Seville, Spain’s most colorful city, birthplace of flamenco, is known for its vibrant life along the Guadalquivir River, multicultural neighborhoods, and National Park Doñana, Europe’s most important wetland reserve.
Open to all levels of Spanish proficiency. Courses offered in English.
- Offered in the fall semester
- Courses are led by Eckerd faculty (dependent on expertise)
- Students will take additional courses at the ISA Study Center, Universidad de Sevilla, or Universidad Pablo de Olavide (UPO)
Locals enjoy a Saturday afternoon with friends at a small plaza in Seville. Photo by Abigail Smith ’20