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  • Locations: Cadiz, Spain; Cordoba, Spain; Granada, Spain; Madrid, Spain; Sevilla, Spain
  • Program Terms: Summer
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  • Cost of Attendance Sheets: Summer (June-July)
Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Summer 2022 02/14/2022 ** Rolling Admission 05/19/2022 07/04/2022

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.
Fact Sheet:
Fact Sheet:
Program Category: UGA Faculty-Led Click here for a definition of this term Open to non-UGA students: Yes
Academic Level(s): Undergraduate Sponsor: University of Georgia
Partner Institution: University of Cadiz Type of Admission: First-come first-served (rolling)
Participant Selection: Competitive Click here for a definition of this term Number of Student Participants: 21-40 students
Type of Instruction: Lecture Classes With: UGA Students
Taught By: Host Professor(s) College/School: Franklin
Academic Area: Spanish Language Program: Yes
Language of Instruction: Spanish Minimum GPA Requirement: 3.0 or above
Minimum number of credit hours: 6 Maximum number of credit hours: 6
Work Opportunity: No Volunteer Opportunity: No
Scholarship Availability: Yes Housing Location: Off-Campus
Housing Type: Homestay
Program Description:

UGA- Franklin- UGA en España, Cadiz Summer

The UGA en Espana, Cádiz program focuses on the Spanish language and culture.  Students take two SPAN courses (6 academic credits) taught on the campus of the University of Cádiz by UCA faculty.  Courses offered include intermediate and advanced conversation and composition, topics in Spanish culture, and introduction to Hispanic Linguistics.  

The program features a homestay in local homes with full board and weekly laundry.  Activities include a weekend trip to Granada to visit the world-famous Alhambra.  Participants in this program also visit what are among the most storied and historically important of the cities of Andalusia—Sevilla, Córdoba, and Granada—and Jerez and Tarifa are right around the corner.  So consider spending six weeks in the city that Greeks say was founded by Hercules!

Program Location 

Cádiz is among the oldest continuously inhabited cities of Western Europe. Much of its ancient feel and charm is still present with the casco antiguo, a warren of winding stone streets joining an assortment of unexpected plazas. 

A leisurely walk in any direction will bring you to the sea wall that bounds the old city, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.  Wide beaches span large sections of this ‘almost island’, while rocks filled with tide pools dominate others.  Off the Caleta beach, a lighthouse marks the San Sebastián fortress at the end of a long, narrow peninsula and makes for a pleasant stroll out into the harbor.

 

Contact Information

Dr. Gary Baker, Program Director 
Dept. of Romance Languages 
Tel: 706-542-6536
E-mail: spain@uga.edu


 

Academic Program 

UGA en España, Cadiz 

Course Offerings:


SPAN 3010 - Spanish Cultural Dialogues
Sharpen skills in speaking and reading Spanish, while building cross-cultural competence for globally-oriented travel, study, and work. Not open to native speakers. Given in Spanish.
(3 credit hours)

SPAN 3020 - Writing Critically in Spanish
Sharpen and refine critical thinking while discussing, researching, and writing about the Spanish-speaking world. Given in Spanish.

(3 credit hours)

SPAN 3050 - Introduction to Spanish Linguistics
Fundamentals of language in general and Spanish in particular. Linguistic knowledge, language variation, and language contact phenomena. Representative Spanish sound systems, syllabic structure, sentence patterns, structure and meaning of words. Analysis of data from oral and written registers. Given in Spanish.
(3 credit hours)


SPAN 4120 - Exploring Cultures in Spanish
Students will hone their language skills by engaging topics related to the cultures, language, or literature of the Spanish-speaking world. Given in Spanish.
(3 credit hours)

Program Itinerary

Thursday, May 19, 2022 to Monday, July 4, 2022

Housing 

Students live and eat their meals with carefully screened Spanish families. Host families provide laundry services for the students.







 




Program Cost

The estimated program fee is $4500. Final program fee is dependent on enrollment. UGA tuition, fees, and international airfare are additional expenses. Please consult the Cost of Attendance Sheet for a more detailed breakdown of anticipated costs.

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Program Reviews:
Summer 2017 Participant
Learned a lot without feeling consumed by schoolwork

Madison Brooke Lupo, Summer 2017 Participant
Studying abroad was an irreplaceable experience. I'll never forget this trip for the rest of my life.

Summer 2017 Participant
This was the best experience of my life so far, and it can be yours too.

Testimonial:
Testimonial:
I have seen how knowing another language is extremely important in the real world and can help in a lot of aspects. I've decided to take more Spanish classes beyond just completing my minor for it.
     — Emilia Kairys, Summer 2017
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