Spanish Studies in Guadalajara, Mexico

A dome ceiling muralSummer Semester

DATES: June 13 - July 23, 2010

PRICE: $2,695 + Regular GSU Tuition & Fees

Application DeadlineFebruary 26, 2010

The Georgia State University program of Spanish Studies in Guadalajara is an exciting six-week program in Mexico 's second-largest city. While immersed in the language and culture of Mexico, participants will study at the Centro de Estudios para Extranjeros (Foreign Students Study Center), which is a part of the University of Guadalajara. Participants will take two courses, each with a language or content component. The culture component will be taught by the program director and will include field trips, excursions and visits to historical sites. The language or content components will be taught by local instructors and will vary according to students' needs and proficiency levels (e.g., Beginning and Intermediate Spanish, Advanced Grammar, Advanced Conversation, Latin American Literature, Mexican History and Aztec Culture). Program size is limited, so participants are urged to apply early.

See the brochure for more detailed information (PDF).

For more information, contact: Dr. Héctor Fernández L'Hoeste, Program Director, Department of Modern & Classical Languages      Phone: 404-413-6593     e-mail: fernandez@gsu.edu