** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of approval into this program and be able to complete pre-departure materials prior to the term's application deadline.
Anthropology, Architecture, Art, Art Design, Art History, Business, Communication Studies, Economics, Education, English, Film, Geography, Health Administration, History, Humanities, International Business, International Public Relations, International Studies, Internship, Latin American Studies, Liberal Studies, Marketing, Music, Political Science, Public Health, Religious Studies, Science, Social Work, Sociology, Statistics
Earn up to 15 credits per semester as a student intern abroad in Granada; a high intermediate/advanced+ level of Spanish is required.
Live in a Spanish homestay, in an apartment or, for an additional fee, in a student residence.
An Optional Early Start Program – Intensive Spanish Language and Culture Preparation (4 weeks/5 credits/fall semester or 3 weeks/4 credits spring semester) is available.
Enjoy cultural and social activities such as a guided tour of the Alhambra palace complex and Generalife Gardens, exploring Moorish Albaicín, a flamenco show, hiking in the Sierra Nevada mountains, an evening at the Arabic Baths and more; volunteer opportunities are also available.
Excursions include a day trip to Nerja, Costa del Sol, a 3-day tour of Gibraltar, Seville and Córdoba, a day trip to La Alpujarra (fall semester) and a day trip to Ronda (spring semester).
Optional excursions include a 3-day visit to Madrid and Toledo and a 3-day trip to Tangier and Tetouan, Morocco.
A 2-night tour of London, England, is included for students on the AIFS Flight Package.
Tuition and transcripts provided by the University of Granada.
Offering more than $800,000 in scholarships, grants & financial support each year!
AIFS is recognized as a premier provider of study abroad programs. All-inclusive program fees cover tuition, housing, a meal plan, tours and excursions, insurance and 24-hour emergency service. Since 1964, more than 1.5 million students have traveled abroad with AIFS.
Important Notes from the Office of Education Abroad (OEA) at UNC Charlotte
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Any student wishing to participate in an affiliate provider program is required to complete an additional application with the Office of Education Abroad in order to receive approval to participate in the program. Please visit our Application Process page for more information. Note that students who do not receive approval from the OEA to participate in the program will not receive academic credit, will not be able to access their financial aid or scholarships and will not have access to OEA Services.
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