CEA: Seville, Spain
Discover the birthplace of flamenco. Walk past awe-inspiring architecture on your way to class. Live in a city with the largest pedestrian-friendly center in Europe. Study abroad in Seville, Spain with CEA! Long known as the center of al-Andalus ... read more
I learned so much about myself and the world. I learned to journal. I learned to speak a language, and speak it well. I learned to expose myself to new people and ideas. I learned to empathize with people living in a traditional country. I learned about the horrors of Franco and the Inquisition, about the beauties of Spanish art... Lilia Anderson - University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa View Entire Review
I did learn a lot of problem-solving skills. There were many times where I had to learn a new bus system or subway system in a really quick period of time in order to not miss my ride. I also had to get out of my comfort zone a lot and actually ask people for directions or how to do something. This really put my Spanish skills t... Kali Smith - Oklahoma State University - Stillwater View Entire Review
I got significantly better at Spanish while living with my host family. I learned to budget my money better and I got very skilled at planning travel. It was better than I could have expected. Kelly - Clemson University View Entire Review
For my first time abroad, I learned so much about cultural diversity and how to communicate with a second language. It was a life lesson and experience that was worth every second. A student - Towson University View Entire Review
Fluent in Spanish. I was able to meet locals and talk to them to practice spanish. Daniella Schuh - California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo View Entire Review
I learned about myself and got a view of a life extremely different from the one I live in the United States. Logan H - University of Wisconsin - LaCrosse View Entire Review
I learned to live life at a slower pace to enjoy it to the fullest, meet all kinds of people from different cultures & backgrounds, don't be shy, never have regrets, and do things that will make you happy. It was the most worthwhile experience of my life. A student - University of Wisconsin - LaCrosse View Entire Review
I learned what I value and what is most important to me. It was definitely worthwhile, the experience had its challenges but I know that I endured and was able to get through them learning and having fun along the way. A student - University of Wisconsin - LaCrosse View Entire Review
I gained confidence in my Spanish speaking abilities, met amazing people and learned about a completely different culture. I also had the opportunity to travel and see several other countries. It was the best decision I've made so far in college. Molly F - University of Wisconsin - LaCrosse View Entire Review
Too much to even explain in words and more than worthwhile! I want to go back NOW! A student - University of Wisconsin - LaCrosse View Entire Review
A self of independence and appreciation for other cultures and an increased knowledge of Spain, spanish culture and the language A student - Point Loma Nazarene University View Entire Review
YES Jenna S - Point Loma Nazarene University View Entire Review
Of course! If you have the chance to study abroad, do it! I have gained so much knowledge about living in a new country and being surrounded by a world of cultures. I am excited for what the future brings and hope to learn more about all different parts of the world. I have learned far too much to discuss on paper but am excited... Paige Z - California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo View Entire Review
I learned so much and being sensitive when interacting with different cultures. My classes and general experience gave me knowledge about the history of Spain, but also about the way that things currently are in the country. My horizons were broadened and I am forever going to cherish my time abroad. Delaney Bresnahan - Liberty University View Entire Review
I learned a lot about myself and my overall ability to live on my own. You have a lot of time to reflect on things you've done and things you've yet to do. You learn how to thrive outside of your comfort zone and be okay when you're alone in a difficult situation. I think my best takeaway has to do with the fact that a lot of my... Tyler S - University of Wisconsin - Stout View Entire Review
I learned how to be more independent and increased my confidence in myself. A student - University of Memphis View Entire Review
I learned to be open minded and a lot about Spanish culture A student - Christopher Newport University View Entire Review
I learned more this semester than I have so far in my college career. I learned about many new cultures and ways of living. I not only learned more about myself but also the person I wish to become. My travels, experiences and connects I made abroad are worth a lifetime. My perspective on the United States has definitely gotten ... Paige P - Miami University View Entire Review
I learned how to communicate in Spanish, be confident in myself, and I really learned what I was made of. A student - Western Washington University View Entire Review
Take time, be all in the moment, and learn out of the classroom above all else. SO WORTHWHILE! Paige R - University of Wisconsin - LaCrosse View Entire Review
I gained a whole new perspective on the Spanish culture and even some things about life in general. Yes, definitely worthwhile. A student - University of Wisconsin - LaCrosse View Entire Review
Yes. It helped me gain more independence and experience and appreciate and new and different culture. A student - Point Loma Nazarene University View Entire Review
I learned a lot about myself and Spanish culture, and my Spanish improved greatly. Definitely a worthwhile experience. A student - Berea College View Entire Review
YES. Studying abroad was the best decision I have ever made. I highly recommend everyone do it, because it provides you with insight you couldn't get in any other way. You really do come back seeing the world differently, but a good different. I feel like a different person. I can't wait to travel more and to go back to Sevilla.... vivian c - usc View Entire Review
I loved my study abroad experience! I learned how to become more independent and enjoy what life has to offer. In America we have different priorities and studying abroad has definitely made me question some of them. I got to figure myself out and gain a better understanding of people from other areas of the world. Julie A - University of Wisconsin - LaCrosse View Entire Review
Discover the birthplace of flamenco. Walk past awe-inspiring architecture on your way to class. Live in a city with the largest pedestrian-friendly center in Europe. Study abroad in Seville, Spain with CEA! Long known as the center of al-Andalus culture, this small city -- population less than 1 million -- offers a down-to-earth lifestyle and a relaxed experience. Enjoy your café con leche while you hone your Spanish skills, chatting with locals. Relax at a local tapas bar after your study sessions. Immerse into Seville life by learning the flamenco, attending a bullfight, or exploring the winding streets of the Barrio Santa Cruz. Increase your global competence with a quarter, semester, or academic year spent in Seville! You'll take classes at the CEA Seville Center, located in the heart of the city by the walls of the Moorish Alcazar and Seville's stunning la Giralda cathedral, or choose from courses at our partner institutions, the University of Seville (founded in 1505), EUSA University Center, or Pablo de Olavide University. You can even gain resume-boosting experience and skills by volunteering, participating in a career workshop, or thru our Global Career Development Certificate option.
Program Type(s):Study Abroad
- Academic Year
Relevant Study Subject(s):
- Communication and Media Studies
- Liberal Arts, General Studies
- Fine Arts, Studio Arts
- Foreign Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics
- Social Sciences
- Spanish Language, Literature
- Environmental Science
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For CEA students who seek a global learning experience.
For CEA students who are interested in pursuing a career with global ties.
For CEA students who demonstrate a high need for additional funding.
For CEA students who excel academically.
For CEA students from diverse backgrounds or students who have had a personal experience with diversity
CEA has partnered with the Institute of International Education's Generation Study Abroad, a five-year initiative that strives to double the number of U.S. college students who study abroad, to offer this scholarship to CEA students