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Spain - Sevilla: SCSU Semester
Sevilla, Spain (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms: Fall
This program is currently not accepting applications.
Budget Sheets Fall
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Fact Sheet:
Program Type: Faculty Led Language of Instruction: English, Spanish
Minimum GPA: 2.65
Minimum Class Eligibility:
Non-SCSU Student: Yes Housing Options: Host Families
Language Courses Offered: Yes Credit Type: Undergraduate
Program Length: Long-Term Program
Program Description:

Sevilla Spain


SCSU's business program to Sevilla, Spain is hosted at the Universidad Internacional Menéndez Pelayo which boasts over 10 different campus branches around the country. The Sevilla branch is located within Barrio de Santa Cruz, one of Sevilla’s most interesting neighborhoods. Students will walk to class on narrow, cobble stone streets, surrounded by colorful window boxes and a variety of delightful cafes and unique shops. Courses are held in beautiful historical buildings that have been repurposed as university classrooms. While taking part in this program, students will take a mixture of business and Spanish courses while immersing themselves in Spanish culture.

Fast Facts

Academic Calendar:  Fall
Credits:  12-15 Credits per semester
Faculty & Staff:  On-campus international office available; accompanying SCSU professor                                  
Housing: Option of: Shared student housing with families (homestay); laundry service one per week, Apartments, or ISA Apartments
Meals:  3 meals per day provided
Language of Instruction:  English
Local Currency: Euro
Population of Sevilla: 702,355
Costs: Fall - CLICK HERE


Students will split their course load between two SCSU faculty-led classes and two courses hosted at the Universidad Internacional Menéndez Pelayo. The UIMP course options are as follows:*

  • EDU 350E: Intercultural Development for U.S. Students Abroad (in English) (45 hours)
  • ECO 310E: China, India, Brazil and Russia: The New Rising Economic Powers (in English) (45 contact hours)
  • ECO/POL 430E: The Crisis in the Eurozone and the EU (in English) (45 contact hours)
  • BUS 240E: E-Marketing and Online Communication (in English) (45 contact hours)
  • BUS 320 E: International Business (in English) (45 contact hours)
  • BUS 330 E: International Management (in English) (45 contact hours)
  • BUS 340E: International Marketing (in English) (45 contact hours)
  • FIN 340EE: International Finance (in English) (45 contact hours)
  • SPA 355S: Business Spanish (in Spanish) (45 contact hours)
  • SPA 350S: Contemporary Spanish Cinema (in Spanish) (45 contact hours)
  • SPA 360S: Introduction to Spanish Literature (in Spanish) (45 contact hours)
  • SPA 225S: Spanish Culture (in Spanish) (45 contact hours)
  • SPA 325S: Spanish Culture and Civilization (in Spanish) (45 contact hours) 
*Course options may be subject to change between different years or semesters


With average high temperatures in October ranging from 74 to 84 F, Sevilla offers a wealth of year-round tourist destinations that are wonderful to visit whether it’s January or June. The Plaza de España is considered to be the number one destination in Sevilla with a beautiful display of Renaissance Revival architecture; the plaza contains most of the current government buildings of the city.  If you want to see the royal side of Sevilla, the Alcázar of Seville (known locally as the “Reales Alcázares de Sevilla”) is a royal palace and its original architecture dates back to the 1500s. In 1987, it was recognized by UNESCO as being an official World Heritage Site and serves as a beautiful display of Spanish-Arabic history.  Sevilla has a lot of wonderful, historical places to visit, full of rich culture, and it has trains and flights leading directly to Madrid and Barcelona for anyone wanting to explore the various parts of the country. In addition, this program includes excursions to Madrid, Toledo, Malaga, Cordoba, Granada and Lisbon, Portugal.


Two SCSU students will be housed together with a host family and will be provided 3 meals a day as well as laundry service once per week. Homestay matches are based on questionnaires that students complete prior to departure. 


  • Sophomore status or above

  • GPA of 2.65 or higher

  • Students must register for the HBS courses but do not need to be a business major or minor. 


This program is currently not accepting applications.