My History of Art class was by far one of my favorite classes I have ever taken! Our professor was constantly making sure we were comfortable with the material and always including us in the lessons, instead of just lecturing! It was also great because I could apply the classroom lessons to the real art I would see as I traveled around Spain.
Location: Granada, Spain
Affiliated university: University of Granada's Center for Modern Languages (CLM)
Central College Abroad coursework: Yes
Special programs: Islamic Studies in Spain
Language prerequisite: None
Language of instruction: Spanish
Service-learning options: Yes
Recent excursions: Historical and cultural sites around Granada, such as the Alhambra that overlooks the city, and the nearby cities of Seville and Córdoba. A three-day trip to Madrid, and a four-day excursion to Morocco in northern Africa.
Housing and meals: All students live with host families, located within walking distance of campus. All meals provided.
Program dates: Fall semester, early-September — mid-December. Spring semester, mid-January — late-May.
Average program size: 38 students
Staff to student ratio: 1:13