Athena Study Abroad: Seville - Centro de Leguas e Intercambio Cultural (CLIC) & University of Sevilla

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Studying in school in Spain, students are sure to gain knowledge of the Spanish language. To be even more immersed in the culture there are homestay options available in addition to residencia syle living. Seville, the capital of Spain's Andalusia... read more

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I became more independent, and greatly improved my Spanish language skills, and my confidence in my skills. It was definitely the most worthwhile thing I have ever done. - Saginaw Valley State University View Entire Review

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Studying in school in Spain, students are sure to gain knowledge of the Spanish language. To be even more immersed in the culture there are homestay options available in addition to residencia syle living. Seville, the capital of Spain's Andalusia region, is the artistic, cultural, and financial capital of southern Spain.

A city alive with music, dance, and energy, Seville is bursting with passion and electricity at every turn. A wonderful mix of trademark Spanish vitality and a mellow Mediterranean vibe, Seville is sure to have a spice perfect for every traveler's taste. Athena provides field trips and activities that give students a deeper appreciation for this lively culture, such as a visit to the Flamenco museum, day trip to Zahara Beach, and excursions to Granada and Morocco!

Program Type(s):
Study Abroad
Intensive Language
Program Length(s):
  • Fall
  • Summer
  • Spring
  • Academic Year
Instruction Language(s):
  • Spanish
  • English
Relevant Study Subject(s):
  • Culinary Arts
  • Fine Arts, Studio Arts
  • History
  • Music
  • Spanish Language, Literature
  • Environmental Studies
  • Area, Ethnic and Group Studies
  • European Studies
  • Foreign Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics
  • International Relations
  • Business
  • Language Interpretation and Translation
Minimum GPA:
2.8
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Athena Study Abroad Scholarships

The Benander Academic Scholarship is designed for the Athena student who can best demonstrate a true "love of learning" in his/her major area of study, and superior academic abilities. The recipient of this scholarship can be from any academic discipline, but must be able to show a strong, demonstrated passion and success in his/her field of interest.

$1,000

Deadlines:
Varies per semester-see website for more details

Guidelines/Requirements:
In order to apply, each student should construct a 500 word essay that demonstrates a love of learning, academic strengths that extend beyond (but including) the major area of study, a detailed description of the student's future professional endeavors, and a list of extracurricular activities (honor societies, leadership positions, awards, etc.). 3.5 minimum GPA required Junior status or higher In order to be eligible for the scholarship, student must be accepted into an Athena semester or year-long study abroad program

The McKay Global Citizen Scholarship is designed for the Athena student who can best demonstrate an interest in and intention to promote the concept of social justice at a city, state, national, and/or global level. Because students that study abroad become many of our world's future leaders, it is extremely important that these students consider ways to become globally competent citizens. The recipient of this award must demonstrate an initiative to give back to society, an awareness of global community, and an intent to apply the skills and lessons learned abroad to his/her future endeavors.

$1,000

Deadlines:
Varies per semester-check website for more details

Guidelines/Requirements:
In order to apply, each student should construct a 500 word essay that outlines his/her interest in social justice and service programs, any previous experience with similar initiatives, as well as a description of how the skills and lessons learned abroad will be applied to future endeavors that will contribute to the betterment of society. No minimum GPA requirement In order to be eligible for the scholarship, student must be accepted into an Athena semester or year-long study abroad program

The Penny Scholarships are available to students studying abroad at specific Athena campuses overseas. For this academic year, students studying at the Rome, Italy, Tuscania, Italy and/or the Seville, Spain campuses are eligible to apply for the Penny Scholarships.

$250

Deadlines:
Varies per semester-see website for more details

Guidelines/Requirements:
In order to apply, each student should construct a 500 word essay that outlines why he/she has selected the specific program location that they have (Tuscania, Rome or Seville), what unique offerings the student feels the program will offer them, and details about what the student expects to gain from studying at this specific campus and location. No minimum GPA requirement In order to be eligible for the scholarship, student must be accepted into an Athena short-term, semester or year-long study abroad program

The Athena Summer Service Scholarship is available to students studying abroad for a summer at any of Athena's campuses overseas. The purpose of this scholarship is to support Athena's mission of creating a service-minded global community.

Up to $400

Deadlines:
Varies per term-see website for more details

Guidelines/Requirements:
In order to apply, each student must do the following: Devote a day to a service project of his/her choosing. This can be part of any ongoing service event in which the student might already be involved, or a new endeavor altogether. Athena suggests the following ways for students to find volunteer opportunities: http://www.volunteermatch.org/ http://www.liveunited.org/volunteer/ Ask his/her home school if they have has a service leaning/charity office, which can help find volunteering opportunities. Ask local elderly homes, as many have volunteer opportunities. Ask local pet shelters, as many have volunteer opportunities. Have a picture taken of himself/herself at the event holding the Athena sign that can be printed with the application form. Submit the photo from part (2), along with a the application form and a 200 word essay explaining what the event was, why the event was chosen, and what was gained from the experience. No minimum GPA requirement. In order to be eligible for the scholarship, student must be accepted into an Athena summer study abroad program.

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