SUNY New Paltz: Seville - Study Abroad at Universidad de Sevilla

5 recent reviews

SUNY New Paltz

  26 reviews for 48 programs
Study Abroad Program Photo

Request Info

(For American Students)


A Program Rep. will contact you shortly after
For non-American students, please contact the program directly.

Or Register With Facebook

It will help you track your requests and only takes a second.

The Universidad de Sevilla is one of the oldest universities in Spain. Founded in 1551, it now has an enrollment of over 75,000 students. The University of Seville is an institution that provides the public service of superior education by means... read more

All Reviews

OVERALL RATING 4.2
Based on 5 Reviews
Housing
Cost of Living
Social/Cultural
Academics
Food
Admin
Overall Experience
Yes it was definitely worthwhile. My spanish improved, and it definitely increased my cultural awareness. I would love to go back. - SUNY - Binghamton View Entire Review
Very worthwhile, even if a bit stressful at times because of the stateside administration. I developed a love for Iberia and made some wonderful friends, and improved my language skills immensely. - SUNY - College at Fredonia View Entire Review
Past Review
I enjoyed being abroad immensely. I learned a lot about different cultures and how different people live in different regions of the world. - SUNY - Binghamton View Entire Review
If I could do it 100 more times I would! I think it is extremely important for everyone to study abroad. Even if you aren't studying any type of international affairs, it is important to become more culturally aware. There is a bigger world out there than the U.S.! I have met amazing people, heard awesome stories, and have seen ... - Indiana University - Bloomington View Entire Review
Studying abroad is an amazing experience. It is a unique opportunity to be able to live in Europe for four months, traveling to just about any country you want and experiencing different cities, cultures, and cuisines. An unforgettable experience, regardless of what program you go on or which country/city you study in. - SUNY - Binghamton View Entire Review

About

The Universidad de Sevilla is one of the oldest universities in Spain. Founded in 1551, it now has an enrollment of over 75,000 students. The University of Seville is an institution that provides the public service of superior education by means of studies, teaching, and research, as well as the generation, development and diffusion of knowledge to serve citizens and society. The University houses world-class faculty, particularly in the areas of geography, history and pre-Columbian study.

The New Paltz program enables students to take "Cursos para Extranjeros" which are offered by the "Facultades de Filologia, Historia y Geografia" and are taught in Spanish by regular University of Seville faculty. These courses focus on Spanish language and on areas studies of Spain and Latin America. Students are required to carry a full-time academic load (4-5 three-credit undergraduate academic courses). The orientation and field trips are also an integral part of the program. SUNY students are required to attend a workshop each week for 2 hours with a local Spanish faculty member. The purpose of the workshop is to provide an interactive environment where students can practice their written and oral Spanish skills.Class sizes vary but will be no less than 6 and no more than 25. The building where students attend lectures is a renovated historic tobacco factory.

Program Type(s):
Study Abroad
Program Length(s):
  • Fall
  • Spring
  • Academic Year
Website
Take me there!

Statistics

Social Media