Partner Universities

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Spanish Studies Abroad is proud to partner with elite universities around the world in our dedication to provide you with only the best academic experience possible. This ensures that while you will enjoy an incredible cultural experience while abroad, you will also further your academic career by earning credits and participating in challenging and stimulating classes.

Seville: Universidad de Sevilla

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Founded in 1505 and with over 65,000 students attending its many departments, the Universidad de Sevilla is one of the most important cultural and educational centers in Spain. Famous for its research in technology and science, the University offers over 65 different subjects to study and has one of the widest ranges of academic and sporting facilities in Spain.


Seville: Pablo de Olivade University

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The Universidad Pablo de Olavide was founded in 1997, making it one of the most modern univerisites in Spain. Laid out like a North American campus over 345 acres in Southeast Seville, it had a dedicated academic and residential space, as well as cutting edge facilities such as campus-wide Wifi, computer centers, sports facilities and science laboratories.


Alicante: Universidad de Alicante

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Spanish Studies students in Alicante study onsite at Universidad de Alicante (UA). Though established in 1979, UA was founded to carry on the traditions of the University of Orihuela (1545-1834). As the fastest-growing university in Spain, with an enrollment of 33,000, the UA is dedicated to its mission to cultivate students' academic and professional skills, while developing critical thinking and social awareness. In addition to its academics, UA prides itself on its beautiful modern campus of innovative architecture and wide green spaces.


Barcelona: Universitat Pompeu Fabra

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In 2010, the Universitat Pompeu Fabra was awarded the distinction of International Excellence Campus by the Spanish Ministry of Education and it is widely considered to be one of the best universities in Spain, ranking 1st in scientific productivity in Spain in 2010. Founded in 1990, it is named after the Catalan philologist Pompeu Fabra. Currently, the University offers 19 undergraduate degrees, 37 official masters, and 9 PhD programs, as well as approximately 60 UPF masters.

The University has buildings scattered across Barcelona, mainly between La Rambla and Marina Avenue. The most important buildings are those of the Ciutadella Campus, which concentrates the largest library of the University (Dipòsit de les Aigües), Roger de Llúria, and Jaume I buildings.

Puerto Rico: Universidad del Sagrado Corazon

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The Universidad del Sagrado Corazon, is the oldest private educational institution in Puerto Rico. Three of its buildings, The Main Administration Building, the Portico and Chapel, have also been listed in the National Register of Historic Sites. Located on 32 acres in the heart of San Juan, the university has both a distinctive campus and an urban environment. The smaller size of the USC creates an atmosphere in which students are able to build support systems and friendships within the tight knit campus community. As a selective, liberal arts institution, USC’s main focus is to educate individuals through an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary educational experience. In the classroom and on campus, students will have the opportunity to interact with their peers and to experience the culture of the university.


Córdoba: Universidad Nacional de Córdoba

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Founded by the Jesuits in 1613, the UNC's history is closely intertwined with the city of Córdoba. Located in the center of historic downtown, it is home to rich historical sites, architecture and resources, such as the old rectorado building and a rare book collection unique in the Americas.

Because of UNC's central role in the development of Córdoba, the city is popularly known as la Docta (the Scholar). Its prestige attracts about 100,000 students from all over Argentina and South America to study at the institution. By studying at UNC, you have the opportunity to meet a variety of Argentine and South American students in the classroom and through daily interaction. Each year, UNC also welcomes approximately 300 study abroad students to its campus who come to Córdoba for semester, academic year or summer programs.


Havana: Universidad de Habana

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Founded in 1728, the Universidad de La Habana is the oldest and most prestigious university in Cuba. Originally a religious institution, the University now claims 16 colleges and 14 research centers on its Havana campus and throughout the island.

With over 6000 degree seeking students in its regular classes, study abroad students will find themselves immersed in both a historically rich and academically challenging setting.