Skip to content

Programs : Brochure

This page is the brochure for your selected program. You can view the provided information for this program on this page and click on the available buttons for additional options.
  • Locations: Sevilla, Spain
  • Program Terms: Non-SCSU Fall, Non-SCSU Spring
  • Restrictions: (current student at) SCSU applicants only
  • Budget Sheets: Non-SCSU Fall, Non-SCSU Spring
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Dates / Deadlines:

There are currently no active application cycles for this program.
Fact Sheet:
Fact Sheet:
Program Type: Provider Language of Instruction: English, Spanish
Minimum GPA: 2.5 Click here for a definition of this term Minimum Class Eligibility: 2-Sophomore
Non-SCSU Student: No Housing Options: Apartments, Apartments university owned, Host Families, Residence Halls
Language Courses Offered: Yes Credit Type: Undergraduate
Program Length: Long-Term Program
Program Description:

Sevilla Spain

Fast Facts

Academic Calendar:  Fall and Spring
Credits:  12-15 Credits per semester
Faculty & Staff:  On-campus international office and ISA on-site staff                              
Housing: Option of: Shared student housing with families (homestay); Apartments, or ISA Apartments
Meals:  If Homestay housing is selected: 3 meals per day provided, otherwise meals will be on your own
Language of Instruction:  English, Spainsh
Local Currency: Euro
Population of Sevilla: 702,355



The flagship center for ISA academic programming in Spain, the ISA Study Center with Universidad Internacional Menéndez Pelayo (UIMP) is ranked as one of the top 100 Spanish universities and is the principle organization in Spain for teaching the Spanish language and culture to international students. SCSU is partnering with ISA to run this amazing prorgam to Sevilla, Spain!  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, Spanish, and other courses while immersing themselves in Spanish culture.

Gallery Button 2


Courses will be taught by faculty at the University abroad and will vary depending on availability at the university. but below is a list of courses that students have taken in the past. Please see the ISA website for more information on courses:

  • 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 320E: International Business (in English) (45 contact hours)
  • BUS 330E: 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) 


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.

Here is a listing of some of the excursions that ISA will help students experience depending on the semester


Students have there options for housing. 

  • Homestay:
    • Homestays are the norm for Spain, where students usually share a bedroom with another ISA student. Students have the option of paying extra to secure an individual room. Students who choose the Homestay option will be provided with three meals per day (except on ISA excursion days) and laundry service once a week for the official duration of the program.
  • ISA Apartment:
    • Apartments are assigned on a first-come/first-serve basis, and availability is limited. Rent is included in the program price. Students are placed in furnished, centrally located apartments. All apartments are either within walking distance or conveniently located to public transit routes relative to the university. Meals and laundry service are not included. A $500 refundable security deposit will be charged to students living in ISA arranged housing. ISA may retain some, or all, of this deposit in the case of damage to property, or if utility usage exceeds the allotted monthly amount.
  • Residencia:
    • Conveniently located right next to the ISA Study Center in Sevilla, the Residencia is a dorm-like housing option for both male and female students (please note that roommate assignments will be same sex). Bedrooms come complete with lock and key, private bathroom, bed, closet, desk, and air conditioning and heating. The Residencia has a common kitchen for all the students to use and will come equipped with cooking utensils, appliances and cookware. Students will enjoy having access to the living area with TV, study rooms, laundry facilities (with washer and dryer), garden, and WIFI throughout the building. 


  • Sophomore status or above

  • GPA of 2.50 or higher


This program is currently not accepting applications.