Study in Spain during Summer Session II, July 2013

Spain 2013

Join Salem State's foreign languages department for a 12 day trip to Spain, July 7-18, 2013.

The trip package includes roundtrip airfare, 10 nights' accommodations, breakfast daily, private air-conditioned motor coach for the above itinerary, English speaking bus-driver, entrance fees to sites.

You can receive credit for one of the following courses:

  • SPN710 Seminar on the Cultures of Spain, or
  • SPN415 Spanish Civilization and Culture, or
  • SPN203 The Spanish-Speaking World I (by permission of coordinator)
  • ENG 794 Studies in Literature of the World
  • ENL 530 Seminar: Literature I

You may alternatively earn professional development points.

When: July 1-18, 2013

  • Classes at Salem State University: July 1-3
  • Travel Days: July 7-18, 2013

Where: We will visit the cities of Málaga, Granada, Sevilla, Córdoba, Madrid, and Gijón.

This study/travel seminar provides students with a unique opportunity to experience Spain from South to North. We will visit the most remarkable sites of Islamic Spain in Sevilla, Granada, and Malaga. We will explore the Museums at Madrid’s Avenue of Art. On our way north we will admire the ingenuity of Roman architecture, will rest at Castillo de la Mota and reach the green lands of Celtic Spain and its natural beaches. We will also have time to enjoy Spain’s wonderful food and friendliness of its people.

The trip will provide students a panoramic of the cultures of Spain, current trends, achievements and present challenges. Students will keep a journal and gather material for their portfolios. Upon their return, they will complete a portfolio and a final paper due at the end of Summer Session II in august 2013.

To reserve your space, please fill out the reservation form and send it to Ms.Ronni Wongus secretary of the foreign languages department.
A $350 DEPOSIT IS DUE UPON RECEIPT OF RESERVATION FORM
First come first serve basis – limited places.

For more information about this trip contact: Dr. Fátima Serra fserra@salemstate.edu