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Study intensive Spanish or Basque language courses and practice with conversation partners who are local students. Other unique courses in Spanish include surfing, myths and legends, European art, and cinema. Psychology courses are offered in English and shared with local university students.
Live in an exquisite urban-beach city, and during free time, travel 20 minutes to beautiful towns in southern France or take advantage of local activities including hiking and surfing, Basque cultural events, and international music and film festivals. San Sebastián is the perfect location with easy connections to major European cities.
Sign up for the optional Madrid Field Study and earn credit while exploring one of Europe’s most exciting capital cities. Join our other excursions to prehistoric caves, mountains, and picturesque fishing villages.
Two summer sessions
Fall or Spring semester
Programs Of Study Spanish Language, Basque, European Studies, and Psychology
Language of Instruction English/Spanish
USAC is a non-profit organization that offers programs in 28 countries, with many locations unique for study abroad. Discover where you'll study abroad at usac.edu.
Important Notes from the Office of Education Abroad (OEA) at UNC Charlotte
Researching this Program
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