Spain Summer Study Abroad

Learn Spanish in beautiful Salamanca, Spain with a USFSP instructor-led trip in conjunction with Estudio Sampere. All levels welcome: Spanish I, II, III, Intermediate I or II, Advanced Composition and Grammar, and Conversation. SPN 4470 Advanced Overseas Study is also one of the required courses for the major in World Languages and Cultures and an elective for the minor in Spanish.

Earn 6 hours of USFSP credit, while you are immersed in the Spanish culture. Your three week stay includes your language classes, cultural visits, ground transportation to Salamanca and accommodations and meals with a host family. Not only is this fastest way to learn the language, but the most fun!

Study in Salamanca in Summer 2017

For more information, please visit USFSP Education Abroad

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Students describe studying abroad as  one of the best times in their lives. 

Because it is!

 

I recently finished my minor in Spanish and Latino studies at USFSP. Last Summer I spent a month in Salamanca, Spain as part of USFSP’s study abroad program. I received three credit hours, finished my minor, and was even having dreams in Spanish. I never would have accomplished this or became a fluent Spanish speaker if I didn’t find this program at USFSP. … It was a genuine opportunity to take what I have learned in school for years and finally use it in real life. I didn’t just get to learn the language, I was a part of Spanish culture too.

Alicia
Alicia

I know it may sound cliché, but my time in Spain was life changing. I learned so much about the culture, met other USF students that I still keep in touch with, and improved my Spanish. I would highly recommend this program to anyone who wants to improve his or her Spanish, experience Spanish culture, and live in what is now my favorite city in the world-Salamanca!

Heather
Heather

This summer I went on my second study abroad with USF, this time going to Salamanca, Spain.  It was different than anything I had every experienced because we had the unique opportunity of staying with host families.  My host mother did not speak any English, but by the time I left I felt like she could have been my own mother.  I have never been good at studying a second language, but the immersion made it more enjoyable and much easier.

Chris
Chris

I was nervous because this was my first time travelling abroad, but I am so glad that I did not let that keep me from this experience! My time in Salamanca was one of the best times in my life. I lived with a Spanish family and had two roommates from USF (we called each other Spanish sisters) and I still see a lot of the students I went to Salamanca with. I learned a lot about Spanish culture and I greatly improved my Spanish speaking skills. If it weren’t for my time in Salamanca, I do not think I would have been  prepared for Spanish IV.

Lyndsey
Lyndsey