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As a student at the University of Salamanca, you will benefit from outstanding educational facilities and live with a host family in a city of rich beauty and heritage. Salamanca is the 'City of the Golden Stones' as it is admired for its historical architecture and gold-colored buildings.
Semester and/or Academic Year
Spring 2014: Group Flight Departure - January 25th, 2014.
Orientation - January 27th, 2014.
Easter Break - TBA
Group Flight Return - May 17th, 2014.
Fall 2013: Group Flight Departure - August 31st, 2013
Group Flight Return - December 15th, 2013.
2.5 GPA; applicants must have completed at least 3 semesters of college prior to enrolling in program; beginner and advanced Spanish students welcome to apply; courses are available in both Spanish and English.
Spring 2014 Admission: October 15, 2013
Fall 2013 Admission: April 15, 2013
Please submit the following by the application deadline:
The Course Approval Form (due December 1st) is to be submitted by SUNY Cortland students only. Non-Cortland students must speak with their home campus study abroad office for information on the course approval process.
Fall 2013 Travel Dates:
Departure Date (from U.S.): August 31, 2013
Arrival Date: September 1, 2013
Departure Date: December 15, 2013
Students will be able to meet program director Sherri Sevde at the departure airport in the U.S. before flying. Upon arrival in Madrid, the group will take a private group motor coach bus to Salamanca. Arriving on a flight seperate from the group is not recommended. Students arriving independently will find their own way to Salamanca and go directly to the home of their host family.
Spring 2013 Budget **Tentative and Subject to Change**?
Fall 2013 Budget **Tentative and Subject to Change**
Accepted students will receive an updated budget as a part of their acceptance packet.
This program qualifies for an Exchange Award, which can result in considerable savings on the total program cost. The Exchange Award is available to SUNY Cortland students, with limited Exchange Award positions available to student from other-SUNY schools who are highly proficient in Spanish and looking to study in one subject area (such as History, Philosophy, Etc.). Please contact International Programs for more information and to obtain an application for the award and an exchange budget for this program.
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Fall 2013 Course Selection Guides:
Students participating on this program will be registered full time and will receive 12-18 credits. Fall participants will take an introductory course during the first three weeks worth 3 credits.
All participants must live with a host family.
Home stays are arranged by SUNY Cortland's Resident Director who lives in Salamanca year-round. The program fee is based on two people sharing a bedroom, but single bedrooms are available for an addition fee. Three meals per day and limited laundry service are included in the home stay costs.
Email one of our student mentors to learn more about Salamanca, Spain!
Gabrielle D'Imperio: email@example.com (Fall 2012, Spring 2013, Fall 2013)