GEO: Segovia - Study Abroad Programs in Segovia

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Individual programs available to non-UO students include:Spanish Language and Culture in Segovia: These six-week summer and semester-long Spanish immersion programs are designed for intermediate and advanced level Spanish language students. All co... read more

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I am a new person because of this experience. I see the world differently and I appreciate others in a way I could have never before. I met a Spaniard and dated him while I was in Spain, and it was the most wonderful time of my life. I will always have him as a friend and a reason to go back to Spain, and I wouldn't give that... - Ball State University View Entire Review
The program greatly increase my language abilities, but most importantly, I met a lot of wonderful people and had a lot of fun. - Oakland University View Entire Review
Yes - DePauw University View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with AHA International: Segovia - Spanish Language & Culture
The biggest thing that I gained from my study abroad experience was the confidence to express myself in Spanish. Before the trip, I was afraid to talk, afraid to make mistakes. I was forced to do just that in Spain, and now I feel that I can converse, even if I do mess up some times. It also gave me the chance to live abroad (I ... - University of Alaska - Anchorage View Entire Review
I became much more confident in Segovia. In the States, I was always the meek one that was afraid to speak up for herself, but being in Segovia, where everyone is so frank and easygoing allowed me to become more assertive. - Central Michigan University View Entire Review
Studying abroad in Segovia expanded my world view and exposed me to another culture other than my own. I gained a lot of knowledge through classes and excursions that exposed me to different cultural sites and cities of Spain. This program enabled me to become fluent without any lack of confidence when speaking Spanish. - Central Michigan University View Entire Review
YES!!!! - DePauw University View Entire Review
Was rewarding during and afterward. The cultural experience alone was more than worth the trip. Living in a foreign country is unlike simply visiting. - Oakland University View Entire Review
I met a boy while being here in Spain and I stayed for the summer. I absolutely love it here. I have learned a lot about the different cultures within Spain and how they feel about Americans. - Oakland University View Entire Review

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Individual programs available to non-UO students include:


  • Spanish Language and Culture in Segovia: These six-week summer and semester-long Spanish immersion programs are designed for intermediate and advanced level Spanish language students. All courses are taught in Spanish, making this program ideal for Spanish majors and minors as well as students interested in taking courses in art history, European studies, history, literature, Spanish culture and more. You will improve your Spanish language skills in this impressively historical and picturesque city, while still being only 25 minutes by high-speed train from Spain's capital, Madrid. In addition, you live in a homestay which further supports your immersion into Spanish society and culture. you will attend courses at the GEO Center with other American students from all over the US, yet also have the opportunity to fully immerse yourself in local culture and explore friendships with Segovians. You can participate in tandem language learning activities with local university students or do an internship at a local business or organization. Excursions to neighboring sites of importance and other group activities are included in the program fee.


  • Cross-Border Interviewing and Story Development in Vienna and Segovia: The interview is intimate, immediate, and often an entrée toward the soul. Conducting interviews can be both great fun and an art form. The interview is a critical tool for journalists, and every human interaction constitutes a form of interview. This class is designed to improve and professionalize students’ interviewing skills, from the art of posing questions to the critical task of listening actively and creatively to answers.

Program Type(s):
Study Abroad
Program Length(s):
  • Fall
  • Summer
  • Spring
  • Academic Year
Instruction Language(s):
  • Spanish
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