Semester and Year-Long Programs


Buenos Aires (IES)
Early March to mid-July or late-July to mid-December, also full year option: March to mid-December

This program, intended for students who have had at least two years of college level Spanish, is located in the capital city of Argentina. It is designed to increase Spanish language proficiency, examine area studies in a wide range of disciplines, and immerse students in the future of Argentina. Area studies courses are offered in Spanish and English in a wide range of disciplines, including Anthropology, Business, Film Studies, History, International Relations, Latin American Studies, Literature, Political Science, Public Health, Sociology, and Theater. Courses are taught by local university faculty at the IES Center. Students are also encouraged to enroll in partner university courses at Uiversidad de Bueos Aires (Philosophy, Literature, Architecture and Design), the Universidad del Museo Social Argentino, the Instituto Universitario Nacional de Arte, or the Universidad Torcuato di Tella. In addition, all IES students can enroll in a discipline-specific Internship seminar with an accompanying placement. Internships are offered in the Arts, Business, Education, Government, Human Rights, and Public Health.

IES Buenos Aires students enroll in one of four language programs – Beginning, Intermediate, Advanced, or Advanced Honors.

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Seville Program (CIEE)
Semester I, Semester II or full year
Students of sophomore standing or higher, interested in Spanish language and culture, may participate in the academic program in Seville offered through the Council on International Educational Exchange. The program assumes that the student has already achieved the capacity to work in Spanish as the sole medium of study and endeavor. This capacity gives students in Seville access to courses in Spanish language and literature, history, anthropology, archeology, art history, psychology and sociology, some of which are available through the regular curriculum of the University of Seville.

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