Sol Education Abroad - Study Abroad in Spain at University of Granada
Granada is one of the most ancient and diverse cities in Spain. Explore the narrow, cobblestoned streets of the former Muslim quarter, the Albaycin, wander the passageways of the Alhambra, or enter the white-washed caves of the Gypsies and experie... read more
I learned a lot about myself A student - Missouri State University View Entire Review
100% 100x it was worth every stress, signed paper, email and dollar. I learned how to be an adult, how to budget well, how to use my Spanish speaking skills while living and learning in a new and completely different culture and country. I was able to travel outside my host country and explore more of the world, gaining a better... Hailey Hartman - University of Kentucky View Entire Review
I learned so many things about myself that I can´t even begin to explain. It pushed me beyond my limits and showed me so many new things. It was 1000000% worth it. Morgan Huntley - University of Wisconsin - Whitewater View Entire Review
Language skills, many friends from all across the world, a more global outlook, and much more. Definitely worthwhile A student - Missouri State University View Entire Review
I learned how to be more independent, how to budget money, and how to handle uncomfortable or challenging situations. I would definitely do it again: it was a very positive experience! A student - Wesleyan University View Entire Review
My comprehension and speaking skills improved a lot and I was able to explore Europe on my own. A student - Northeastern University View Entire Review
I learned a lot from my experience abroad. Socially, I didn't really make any friends while I was in Spain. I spent most afternoons doing homework and then touring the city myself. I am a painfully shy person and I feel my program did not do a lot to ensure I was socially involved. I don't blame the program for my lone wolf expe... Devon Wrightstone - Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania View Entire Review
Studying abroad in Spain for eleven weeks taught me numerous things. I learned a lot about the Spanish culture and about my ability to integrate into it. It also taught me to be more independent and to be confident while doing so. I learned so many traveling hacks and ways to navigate the world. Studying abroad is an experience... A student - University of Texas - San Antonio View Entire Review
I learned about the cultural differences. I was able to consistently practice speaking the language. Nyjel Turner - Morgan State University View Entire Review
I was very impressed with my fellow students, especially those from Texas A&M who made up the majority in my cohort. Their values and ambitions were very solid and a welcome change from students I know from non religious eastern elite schools. A student - The Catholic University of America View Entire Review
I gained confidence, independence, and a lot of Spanish! It was absolutely worthwhile. A student - West Texas A&M University View Entire Review
This was my first time going abroad without family, or a friend. By going on this trip, and doing the things I did (traveling to different cities, countries, doing new things) I proved to myself that I can be independent. Not only that, but I also learned to adapt; adapt to a new culture, lifestyle, food, mentality. After this e... Kristina Gomez - Texas A&M University–Central Texas View Entire Review
My overall anxiety that I've had for years decreased. I think it was because I couldn't just wake up or go home I had to live through these days. I gained friends, confidence, a new language, and became more cultural and understanding. Lauren - Winona State University View Entire Review
While abroad I improved my Spanish, met a lot of nice people, got to travel often and have many cool experiences. It was definitely worthwhile. A student - Elizabethtown College View Entire Review
There is so much rich culture in Spain and it make sme want to know more and more. Vita Tijerina - Texas A&M University - College Station View Entire Review
I have became a more well rounded person and more culturally competent person. I am now fluent in spanish and able to right and write. I have made friends from all over the world. Arianny Pujols - Missouri State University View Entire Review
Language, Culture, Politics, People. Jennifer Maldoando - Texas A&M University–Central Texas View Entire Review
I learned a lot, not just about Spain and the world around me, but a lot about myself as well. It was incredibly worth while and challenging in many ways, but also a very needed break from life in the states. A student - University of North Texas View Entire Review
Overall, you gain such a better sense of independence. It´s an experience i would reccomend to everyone. A student - Winona State University View Entire Review
I learned the culture of the Spainards. I had never traveled to Europe. Traveling to Spain widen my perspective of the world. My trip gave me the realization that there were other people in the world who lived very differently from me. Additionally, I was able to learn another language much faster than if I had studied at my Uni... Marissa Brown - Brenau University View Entire Review
I learned the simplicity one can and should live their life with. Eloy Fierro - Texas A&M University - College Station View Entire Review
I learned so much about being on my own and discovering something completely new! I also greatly improved my Spanish speaking and comprehension. VERYVERY WORTHWILE! A student - Texas State University-San Marcos View Entire Review
Oh yes it was worth while. I feel like I have more of an appreciation for different people's way of life now. I have always been pretty accepting, but now I have moved past acceptance to understanding. Ethan - Oklahoma City University View Entire Review
You don't know what you have until it's gone. It's a crazy feeling getting home and adapting back to your home culture. Seeing family and friends is nice for the first weekend, but then I would give anything to just hop back on a plane and be back in my second home. I gained a new perspective on life (and specifically how Americ... Katherine Schaaf - Western Kentucky University View Entire Review
language skills. yes Katie - Winona State University View Entire Review
Granada is one of the most ancient and diverse cities in Spain. Explore the narrow, cobblestoned streets of the former Muslim quarter, the Albaycin, wander the passageways of the Alhambra, or enter the white-washed caves of the Gypsies and experience the passion of a flamenco performance. Here you will study at the prestigious University of Granada’s Center of Modern Languages (the CLM), located in one of Granada's most historic neighborhoods, the Realejo. Walking to class you will pass through winding cobblestone streets and hidden plazas. Spanish classes are taught in two historic buildings dating to the 16th century. Spanish is the emphasis, but there are also a large number of other modern language courses taught here. This is the ideal program for students interested in Spanish immersion and living in Spain. Granada is the perfect location due to its unique culture, wonderful student vibe, and relaxed atmosphere. In addition to the academics, we include cultural activities on the weekdays, and excursions to different parts of the country on the weekends. Internships are available for those students who stay a semester or academic year. You will live with one of our carefully selected host families and our onsite director will be available for you 24/7.
Program Type(s):Study Abroad
- Academic Year
- January Term
- Spring Break
- Short Term
Relevant Study Subject(s):
- Liberal Arts, General Studies
- Latin American Studies
- Romance Languages, Literature
- Spanish Language, Literature
- Spanish and Iberian Studies
- International Relations
- International Business
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Sol Education Abroad Scholarships
We want to give back to every single community our students come from and make study abroad available to students that want to better their Spanish language skills and have a desire to learn and explore other cultures. The goal of our annual scholarships is to allow students who would not be able to participate in a Study Abroad & Spanish Immersion program do so. We want to make study abroad available to students of all ethnic and cultural backgrounds. If you feel you are a student that meets this profile, please apply. You must meet the Sol Education Abroad eligibility requirements.
$750, $500, $250, $100
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