- Sevilla, Spain
- Program Type:
- Study Abroad
- Degree Level:
- Academic Year, Fall Semester, Spring Semester
- Program Description:
The University of New England's (UNE) semester program in Seville, Spain offers students the opportunity to learn Spanish and also take science courses in English. Courses such as Organic Chemistry I and II, Anatomy and Physiology II and Applied Microbiology are taught according to UNE's rigorous standards, complete with lectures and labs. In addition, students can choose from other courses in business, history, psychology, sociology and political science. Students will stay with local host families where meals and laundry are included. An onsite orientation, the support of a local coordinator, activities and a four day excursion to Morocco are also included.
The UNE Seville program offers a suite of courses that meet the needs of a broad range of undergraduate students in the College of Arts and Science and Westbrook College of Health Professions. Courses include lab sciences, courses in the Humanities and Social Sciences to fulfill UNE’s Advanced Studies and Social and Global Awareness requirements. Students are required to take a Spanish course—the level of which is determined after a mandatory intensive immersion class during the first days on campus—as well as 3 other courses of their choosing.
- Setting Description:
- The University of New England’s program in Seville is located at our partner institution the Universidad Pablo de Olavide (UPO). UPO is located just outside the center of the city. Seville—the capital of the Andalusia region of Spain—is located in the south of the country. Decorative Moorish architecture, grand Gothic cathedrals and modern urban center come together to create an eclectic looking city where new meets old. The people of the city bring it to life their rich culture and their passion for food, wine, art and flamingo dancing! Spending the semester in Seville gives students the opportunity to travel throughout the rest of Spain and visit cities like Madrid, Barcelona and Valencia. Students can go trekking in nearby mountains, or if they prefer, explore the many quaint coastal towns scattered along the Atlantic and Mediterranean. Students will also have access to the rest of Europe by bus, rail or one of many budget European airlines. Additionally, overnight excursions are i
Additional Program Information
- Students are required to have a 2.9 minimum GPA. No Spanish experience is necessary, and all majors are welcome. Students must bring their own laptops.
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