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Study Abroad in Granada, Spain

Fall, Spring, & Academic Year Programs at la
Universidad de Granada, Spain

Hispanic Studies Course

This program is for students who have already taken at least 5 semester or 7 quarters of college level Spanish.  Students are required to take an intensive Spanish course for about one month (80 to 90 contact hours)  before the semester/quarter begins.   Students who undertake both Fall and Spring semesters/quarters or Academic Year receive a  Diploma in Hispanic Studies.

To study The Hispanic Studies Course, students must choose a minimum of four subjects (12 credits to 13 or 18 to 20 quarter units) and a maximum of five (15 credits or 22 quarter units) for each period.  Each subject on the Hispanic Studies Course involves 40 to 45 teaching hours, earning a total of 3 credits or 4 to 5 quarter units.  Please contact our office for an updated list of courses offered  under the Hispanics Studies Course.

Spanish Language and Culture

This program is for students who have taken at least 3 semesters or 4 quarters of college level Spanish.  Students are required to take an intensive Spanish course for about one month (80 contact hours in the Fall and 60 hours in the Winter) before the semester/quarter begins. Students will be tested before the program, and students who score very high may be eligible to take courses under the Hispanic Studies Course.  Students take a minimum of  four courses (12 to 13 credits or 18 to 20 quarter units) and maximum of five (15 to 16 credits or 22 to 24 quarter units).  Each course is 40 contact hours.  If your university requires you to take 45 contact hours, please notify WISE Abroad  as you will be required to attend extra sessions to complete the 45 hours course.

Please contact our office for an updated list of courses offered  under the Spanish Language and  Culture program.

Intensive Spanish Language and Culture

This program is intended for students who are at the basic, intermediate or advanced Spanish language levels.  Students take 3 language modules that focus on reading, writing, speaking and listening for about three months, with each course lasting about one month..  Students may earn up to 15 to 18 credits or 22 to 24 quarter units each semester/quarter), and improve their proficiency level depending on the students' success  after each course or each month.  Please contact our office for an updated list and description of courses offered  under the Intensive Spanish Language and Culture program.