Name of program:

Advanced Spanish Studies:
Reading and Writing Salamanca

Location:

 

Instructors:

Course(s) and eligibility:

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You will earn a total of 8 semester credits.
4 credits of SN495: Reading and Writing Salamanca, taught by Profe. Arenillas and
4 credits of SN495: Advanced Studies in Spanish, taught by instructors from the renowned Universidad de Salamanca, which was founded in 1218 - making it the third oldest university in Europe.

Term and approximate travel dates:

May 3-31, 2014 (approximate). Tuition and financial aid are part of the Summer 2014 semester.

Application deadline:

Admissions on a rolling basis; final deadline, February 15, 2013. To apply, download FLSA application from International Programs website: www.nmu.edu/ipo or pick up form from IPO office in 2101 Hedgcock.

Program snapshot:

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Salamanca is a beautiful, lively university town in northwest Spain.  It is full of cultural activities, restaurants, museums, ancient churches, and many other unique things to see and do.  You'll spend 3 hours of day in small-group Spanish language classes and one hour a day with Professor Arenillas.  Afternoons and evenings are free for exploring the city and soaking up the authentic Spanish atmosphere.  You'll love Salamanca!

Estimated cost:

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8 credits of NMU tuition (summer 2014) plus
estimated international program fee of
$2500, which includes room and board, on-site orientation and cultural excursions, transportation to/from Barajas International Airport, cell phone, and museum entry fees.  Not included: international airfare and personal spending money.
 

Financial assistance:

For information on individual eligibility for NMU financial assistance, contact Financial Aid at 227-2327.
 

Interest meetings:

Thursday, September 26, 7 pm in Whitman 141 and others (TBA)
 

For more information:

Professor Maria Arenillas, 227-1817
or Professor Michael Joy.