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  • Locations: Cordoba, Spain; Lagos, Portugal; Madrid, Spain; Sevilla, Spain
  • Program Terms: Summer
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  • Cost of Attendance Sheets: Summer (June-July)
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Dates / Deadlines:

There are currently no active application cycles for this program.
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: Instituto San Fernando 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, Seville Summer

The Seville program is a seven-week stay in Spain’s storied cultural capital and the undisputed heart of Andalucía. Daily classes on Spanish culture, language, and business are taught by local academics from the universities of Seville and Pablo de Olavide, and students live and have three meals a day with local families. 

Program Location  

This vivid and vibrant city on the Guadalquivir River has a color and a heat all its own.  Rivaling Valencia as Spain’s third largest city, Seville is both a pulsing urban center and a place of sprawling gardens and lazy patios, where modern streetcars glide past the gothic Cathedral and the Moorish architecture of the Giralda while green-minded sevillanos zip along the bike lanes that thread the entire city. 

A veritable micro-culture unto itself, Seville also offers amazing food and a thriving summer nightlife that awakens as the cool of the evening sets in.  Students have guided tours of Seville’s historic barrios and world-famous Golden Age and Moorish buildings, soccer matches and tapas outings, as well as the chance for a first-hand view of the world of tauromaquia, bull-fighting.

Contact Information

Dr. Gary Baker, Director
Dept. of Romance Languages
Tel: 706-542-6536

Academic Program  

Course Offerings

SPAN 3020 - Writing Critically in Spanish
Sharpen and refine critical thinking while discussing, researching, and writing about the Spanish-speaking world. Not open to native/heritage speakers. Given in Spanish.
(3 credit hours)

SPAN 4080 - Discovering Cultural Formation
Students develop advanced reading, writing, and research skills by exploring cultural contexts from all corners of the Spanish-speaking world. 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)

SPAN 4150 - Business Spanish
Commercial Spanish and the environment of the Spanish-speaking business world. Business vocabulary, basic business and cultural concepts, and situational practice. Topics include economic geography of Spanish-speaking countries, company organization, management, banking, investment, personnel, office systems, goods and services, marketing, and letter writing. Given in Spanish.
(3 credit hours)

Program Itinerary

Wednesday, May 18, 2022 to Sunday, July 3, 2022


Participants 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 $4,500. 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:
Caroline Louise Frankenfeld, Summer 2017 Participant
This was a life changing program and there's no better way I would've wanted to spend my summer. Sevilla has SO much to offer, and I even felt like I still had so much more to have seen when I was leaving. Easy to travel to other parts of Europe as well. The two directors are unbelievable and were the heart and soul of this program. I would suggest this program to anyone!!

Kelly Marie Probst, Summer 2017 Participant
David and Brian and Carlos and Manuel are incredible!!!

Summer 2017 Participant
I had no idea what to expect going into this trip, but I must say that it exceeded just about every expectation that I had.

This program really was life changing. Living with a homestay in another country is the best thing a student can do, and I loved being immersed in the culture and having to speak Spanish all the time at home. I think that this trip helped me to become more independent as well as more confident in my Spanish skills, and I look forward to putting those to use in my future studies.
     — Caroline Frankenfeld, Summer 2017
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This program is currently not accepting applications.