Salamanca, Spain | CAS International Programs and Education Abroad | Kent State University

Salamanca is a city rich in history, famous for its nearly 800 year old university and the famous people who have studied there.

This intensive Spanish language program takes students to la ciudad del español, Salamanca, Spain.Students enroll in a Spanish language class based on their level of proficiency. Beginner to intermediate-advanced levels are offered. Students will take classes in the morning and then participate in cultural activities in the afternoon, such as museum visits, cooking lessons, and flamenco lessons. Weekend excursions to Andalusia and Madrid/Toledo may also be included.

This program includes a group flight in which all students will fly to Spain together along with a KSU professor.


Kent State in Salamanca: Spanish Language Program

6 credit hours

Advanced Program Dates: May 11 - June 9, 2019
Elementary/Intermediate Program Dates: June 7 - July 6, 2019

Prices below apply to both Advanced and Elementary/Intermediate programs.

Cost Description

Amount

Pay To

Online Application Fee

$60

OGE

Program Fee1

$3,900

Bursar's

Flight

$1,600

Bursar's

Estimated Total Cost2

$5,560

 

Program fee includes: Accommodations, In-Country Transportation, Museum Entrance and Activity Fees, and some Meals; this is an estimation 
2 Estimated total cost subject to change
*Estimated Personal Cost (Not Included): Passport ($135), Snacks, Souvenir Shopping, Free Time Activities, etc.

Updated as of 9/21/2018. Dates and fees subject to change.


APPLICATION INFORMATION

Application deadline: March 1, 2019
Acceptance by: March 8, 2019
 

Advanced Program Apply Here

Elementary/Intermediate Program Apply Here


Contact Information

Alyssa Mazey | amazey2@kent.edu  
Assistant Director, Office of International Programs and Education Abroad

Advanced

Dr. Patrick Gallagher | pgallag1@kent.edu
Professor, Department of Modern and Classical Language Studies

Elementary/Intermediate

Kimberly Talentino ktalenti@kent.edu
Lecturer, Department of Modern and Classical Language Studies