A few important items…

NEW PRICES!

Fall 2018/Spring 2019 – per semester: $15,400* (Tuition = $12,100, Room/Board = $3,300)

May Internship 2019 – $2,000 (Tuition = $1,250, Room/Board = $750) 2 credits.  This is an “add on” option for students who will be enrolled in the Spring 2019 semester.

Summer 2019 – per term: $3,550*; 4 – 6 credits per term (Tuition = $2,700, Room/Board = $850)

Semester fees include the following:

  • 12 – 18 credit hours of coursework in Beginning, Intermediate, or Advanced Spanish studies, which also includes:
    • Books, course materials and class handouts
    • at least 3 faculty lead group excursions per semester (possibilities: Cordoba, Castilla y La Mancha, Toledo, Ronda, Huelva, Cadiz, Granada)
    • Service Learning course (for credit or audit)
  • Room and board with a Spanish host including:
    • 3 meals per day, 7 days per week
    • Laundry
    • Linens
    • Internet access in all homes
  • Cultural events (theater, concerts, art exhibits) subsidized by the program
  • Weekly “Encuentro” Bible study and fellowship
  • Student lead prayer groups and Praise & Worship sessions
  • Flamenco dance class
  • Volunteer opportunities
  • wifi access in the school

Optional fees:

  • Single-room placement: Summer term – $125 per term, Spring or Fall term – $500
  • Special diet: vegetarian, gluten free, and other options – $280 – $400
  • Private tutoring – 125 Euros
  • Independent Study – $500

Additional expenses:

  • Student visa from the Spanish consulate: $160 – needed for  fall or spring semesters only
  • Roundtrip flights between US and Seville: $950 – $1200
  • Transportation in Seville: city bus, subway, bike rental and taxis: $100 per semester (varies per student)
  • Personal expenses: $1,500 – $2,500 per semester (depending on how much helado you eat and how far you travel!)

*Prices may vary according to your university policies. Check with your university to see how they process SIS fees and payments. All prices are subject to change based on the value of the U.S. dollar and Euro exchange rates. Students who audit the courses will pay the same fees as those who take the courses for credit.