Spain & Portugal Education Abroad Listings

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Spain & Portugal Education Abroad Listings


ABROADCO

Abroadco's programs in Granada and Madrid enable students to immerse themselves in Spanish culture while furthering their study of the Spanish language and choosing from a wide range of electives. Students may choose to live in homestays or residence halls, and meals are provided in all options. Abroadco's onsite staff supports students throughout their stay, from picking them up at the airport and providing a comprehensive orientation to leading excursions and cultural immersion activities.

Abroadco Study Abroad

Chris Schiffhauer

Executive Director, Operations

13610 N Scottsdale Rd, Suite 10-8

Scottsdale, Arizona 85254

Phone: +1-480-777-7117 or

1-800-595-1973

Fax: +1-480-777-7113

Email: cs@abroadco.com

Web: www.abroadco.com

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS INTERNATIONAL

API offers quarter, semester, year, summer and short-term programs in seven cities throughout Spain: Barcelona, Bilbao, Cádiz, Granada, Madrid, Salamanca and Seville. Students have a variety of course options from which to choose. Spanish language classes are taught at all levels and many courses are taught in English. API programs include tuition, housing, meals & laundry, pre-departure & on-site orientations, on-site staff, excursions & cultural events, medical & life insurance, mobile phones and more. Visit www.academicintl.com for additional information.

Academic Programs International

107 E. Hopkins St.

San Marcos, TX 78735

Phone: 800-844-4124 or 512-392-8520

Fax: 512-392-8420

Email: api@academicintl.com

Web: www.academicintl.com

ACADEMIC YEAR ABROAD

Academic Year Abroad Madrid is a directregistration program at Carlos III, the Complutense, or the Autonoma. At Carlos III, students may opt for the Curso de Estudios Hispánicos as well as courses in Humanidades and in the major subject matters. The Complutense and the Autonoma offer regular courses in major subject matters, and AYA students study at either institution as alumnos visitantes. Students may combine courses, if feasible, at more than one institution.

Academic Year Abroad

Anthony M. Cinquemani

Director

7472 South Broadway

Red Hook, New York

Phone: 845-758-9655

Fax: 845-758-1588

Email: aya@ayabroad.org

Web: www.ayabroad.org

AMERISPAN

AmeriSpan offers language immersion programs in Spain and Portugal in 16 distinct cities. Students take small group classes and most often opt for the experience of living with a host family. Specialized programs such as Comercio Business Spanish, Maestro teacher programs, Teen Summer Camp and volunteer/internship opportunities are also available. Transferrable academic credit is available. Scholarships awarded to universities and directly to students. Classes start every Monday.

Amerispan

1334 Walnut Street

6th Floor

Philadelphia, PA19107

Phone: 800-879-6640

Fax: 215-751-1986

Email: info@amerispan.com

Web: www.amerispan.com

BABYLON IDIOMAS

Babylon Idiomas' mission is to be the leading Spanish language institute for teaching excellence. Established in 2002, the school owns and operates four successful campuses in Barcelona, Seville, Madrid and Valencia. Semester and short-term programs are available. Classes are kept small and our teachers highly qualified. We offer a wide variety of accommodation and course options, as well as help with transfer credits at home universities.

Babylon Idiomas

Galle Amor de Dios, 50-52

41002 Seville

Spain

Email: info@babylon-idiomas.com

Phone: +34-95-490-2698

Fax: +34-95-490-3921

Web: http://us-program.babylonidiomas.com/

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