Objectives of the Program
Bring the Spanish language and culture closer to the students through a direct, on site experience of Galicia, its peoples and its customs.
Spanish 1001 or equivalent or by authorization from the Head of the Department of French and Spanish.
Duration and Orientation
Three and half to four weeks in August.
- Students arrive 3 or 4 days prior to the beginning of the course in order to familiarize themselves with the area, and have three or four days at the end of classes to relax before departure.
- Visits are made to the supermarket, banks, city centre, beaches, train station, bus station and Santiago de Compostela (by train).
- Maps of the city and the shuttle bus route are distributed and explained. The relevant municipal bus routes are explained as well.
- Busses and taxis are reasonably priced and easily accessible.
Certificate of attendance and Credits
Two second-year MUN courses (or 6 credits) will be awarded upon successful completion of programme. Attendance at all classes is mandatory
More information and registration forms will be forthcoming. Please contact our Department at (709) 737-7636, or get in touch with Professor Messod Salama at (709) 737-8598 ( or come to SN 3048) or email : firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.