** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.
Excursions vary per term. Please visit www.studiesabroad.com for most up-to-date information.
* = optional
Official transcript from host university
Tuition at host university
Room and board
Full-time resident staff
Airport reception & transfers
On-site ISA office
Language exchange (depending on the session)
On-site cultural and academic orientation
University of Granada
This program offers Spanish language courses as well as a variety of Hispanic Studies courses at the advanced level. Students begin with an 60 hour Intensive Spanish course. Then students will take a minimum of four courses and a maximum of five courses. All classes are taken at the University of Granada with international students. However, students with a very high language level may be allowed to take up to two courses with Spaniards.
Minimum Grade Requirement
Students must have a minimum grade point average of 2.70.
Minimum Admissions Prerequisites
For beginning, intermediate, advanced, and superior level Spanish speakers
All students must take a Spanish language placement exam upon arrival in Granada. The exam will indicate each student's language proficiency level, and will determine the courses in which the student is eligible to enroll
Students who arrive in Spain having completed less than one year or college-level Spanish will likely place into beginning level courses
Students who arrive in Spain having completed one full year of college-level Spanish will likely place into the intermediate level courses
Students who arrive in Spain having completed two years of college-level Spanish will likely place into the advanced level courses
Students who arrive in Spain having completed three years of college level Spanish will likely place into the superior level courses
Course placement is often based on a placement test administered on-site
There may be mandatory prerequisites for some of the courses offered
For a specific list of course prerequisites, please refer to the course listing/course descriptions for this program on the ISA website
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Students live with host families, please visit the ISA website for deatils regarding this.
All BW students are required to have international health insurance. Students will be automatically enrolled in this insurance. More information regarding this can be found at www.bw.edu/academics/study-abroad/how/health/.
Current BW Status
You must be a current BW student and have completed at least one semester of on-campus study at BW before you may submit an application.
Your cumulative grade point average has to be 2.7 or above. If lower than a 2.7, students may appeal with the permission of the Explorations Director. See Explorations for more details.
Student Conduct Record
Serious or multiple violations of college policy may jeopardize your eligibility for Explorations/Study Abroad programs. You will not be eligible if you have been found in violation of any of the following policies within the past 12 months: alcohol, drugs, assault (any type), harassment, stalking, vandalism, theft and more (this list is not all-inclusive). Your student conduct record will be verified with the Residence Life Office during the BW application process.
Your account must be paid in full, or at least, making current payments to the University for the current term.
Students who choose to participate in this full semester program can expect to pay charges as a BW residential student--current tuition, room and board, for the respective semester. All of your financial aid and scholarships will apply. Students should expect to pay out of pocket for airfare and in-country expenses. These typically run between $2,000 and $4,000. However, this will depend on your personal spending habits.
Financial Aid and Scholarships
In addition to federal aid, other forms of financial assistance may be available. Public and private organizations, businesses, and churches often award grants, loans, and fellowships to students traveling abroad. Scholarships may be awarded on the basis of personal attributes (ethnic or religious background, parents' field of employment,etc.) For more information about available scholarships/funding, please visit : www.bw.edu/academics/study-abroad/how/costs/.