API at the Universidad de Granada in Granada

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API at the Universidad de Granada in Granada

Intensive Language
The Intensive Language Program is designed for beginning, intermediate, advanced and superior level students who want study abroad in Granada to quickly advance their Spanish skills over the course of one semester. There are no cultural electives offered within this program; students instead complete a series of intensive Spanish language courses.

Spanish Language and Culture
This program is ideal for students who would like to study abroad in Granada to improve their writing skills and knowledge of upper-level grammar, while also taking culture courses in addition to their language studies. The program offers culture classes in both English and in Spanish.

Hispanic Studies
Designed for students who wish to study abroad in Granada to acquire a deeper knowledge of Spanish language and culture, the Hispanic Studies program allows students to take an advanced Spanish language course along with several elective courses in Spanish. Students must have completed a minimum of five semesters of college-level Spanish or the equivalent.

HIGHLIGHTS
Granada, overlooked by the Sierra Nevada Mountains, is a mixture of natural beauty and inviting climate, Moorish art and architecture, and cultural flare gleaned from its strong Gypsy heritage. Within the Alhambra palace are several palaces, numerous patios and halls, as well as parks, fountains, towers and gardens. Among the attractions in Granada are the Capilla Real, the Hospital Real, the Basílica de San Juan de Dios, the Monasterio de San Jerónimo and the Caves of Sacromonte. Come explore Granada with API!

Subjects

  • Spanish
  • Art Of Flamenco
  • Business
  • Ecology
  • Environmental Studies
  • Internship Programs
  • Jewish Studies
  • Latin American Studies
  • Economics
  • Art History
  • Spanish Literature
  • Spanish Language Literature And Studies
  • Geography
  • History
  • Political Science
  • Translation And Interpretation
  • Middle Eastern Studies

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