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Spain, Summer 2017

Spanish Language & Literature

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Summer 2017

I) Summary

Location: Madrid, Spain

Dates: May 31 - June 29, 2017 (Session 1)

July 2 - July 29, 2017 (Session 2)

Application Deadline: March 20, 2017  Deadline extended to April 6, 2017!

Credits Offered: 6 CREDITS

Financial Aid: TAP, Pell, student loans

Scholarships: Chancellor’s Global Scholarship, Gilman

Program Fee: $1,180.00 (estimate per session) includes room, breakfast & lunch, excursions, cultural events, transportation card, and international health and travel insurance. TUITION and AIRFARE are NOT included in the program fee. All students are responsible for arriving at their study abroad location by the first day of the program; this may mean flying the day before.

Payment Schedule: $350 application fee and deposit is due with the application. $830.00 (program fee balance; estimate) is due April 25, 2017. Payments must be made with certified check or money order. NO CASH, PERSONAL CHECKS OR CREDIT CARDS.

Students are responsible for meeting the payment deadline regardless of funding source, i.e. Macaulay Opportunities Fund, loans, or any other type of financial aid. Late fees will be applied to all delayed payments (see Education Abroad Application Instructions and Policies).

II) Program Description

Spanish Language and Literature encompasses two college-level undergraduate programs for six credits each (June or July), OR one intensive program for twelve credits (June and July combined). We will experience one of the liveliest cities in the world, Madrid. We will visit ancient places such as Segovia from the Roman days; Salamanca, one of the oldest universities in Europe; Avila, the medieval world city and more. All participants live with local families. Life with a host family is an integral part of the program, since it provides insights into Spanish culture and a daily opportunity for language practice that is not easily gained in any other way.

Prerequisites

SPAN 101 or equivalent

  • In addition to completing the study abroad application forms, those wishing to apply must meet with Prof. Schinaider to discuss the courses they would take abroad.
  • Please let Prof. Schinaider and the Office of Education Abroad know if you are interested in pursuing the intensive 12 Credit option.

Available Courses (SESSION 1)

LANGUAGE COURSES

  • SPAN 102 - Elementary Spanish 2
  • SPAN 201 - Intermediate Spanish 1
  • SPAN 202 - Intermediate Spanish 2
  • SPAN 211 - Advanced Spanish Grammar and Composition
  • SPAN 221 - Advanced Spanish and Conversation

LITERATURE COURSES

  • SPAN 275 - Reading in Modern Spanish Literature
  • SPAN 370 - Celestinas & Don Juanes
  • SPAN 390 - Trans. & Interp. for Professions
  • SPAN 495 - Teatro Español del Siglo XX

CIVILIZATION COURSES

  • SPAN 335 - Spanish Civilization

Available Courses (SESSION 2)

LANGUAGE COURSES

  • SPAN 102 - Elementary Spanish 2
  • SPAN 201 - Intermediate Spanish 1
  • SPAN 202 - Intermediate Spanish 2
  • SPAN 211 - Advanced Spanish for Spanish Speakers
  • SPAN 211 - Grammar and Composition
  • SPAN 221 - Advanced Spanish Conversation

LITERATURE COURSES

  • SPAN 275 - Reading in Modern Spanish Literature
  • SPAN 370 - Mujeres en la Literatura Española del Siglo Oro
  • SPAN 390 - Trans. & Interp. for Professions
  • SPAN 495 - Novela Española Contemporanea

CIVILIZATION COURSES

  • SPAN 335 - Spanish Civilization

Credits & Grades

Students in this program will receive both credits and letter grades. Grades will count toward their Hunter GPA.

III) Costs of Attendance (estimates for single session)

Tuition (6 credits)
$1,650.00
Program Fee $1,180.00 (estimate)
Not included in Program Fee (estimates):
Airfare $1,200.00
Additional Meals $550.00
Local Transportation $60.00
TOTAL (estimate) $4,640.00

IV) Further Inquiries

Academic Inquiries
Faculty: Prof. Monica Schinader
Department of Romance Languages
Office: HW1342
Phone: (212)-772-5092
Email: mschinai@hunter.cuny.edu

Administrative Inquiries
Education Abroad Office, Room E1447
Office Hours: 9:30am - 5:30pm Mon-Fri
Phone: (212) 772-4983
Fax: (212) 772-5005
Email: edabroad@hunter.cuny.edu

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