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Spanish American Institute of International Education
Seville, Spain (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms: Fall,
Host University Website: Click to visit
Restrictions: UW-Stout applicants only
Budget Sheets Fall,
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Spring 2015 10/15/2014
Rolling Admission 01/13/2015 05/01/2015
WinTerm 2015 10/15/2014
10/20/2014 12/28/2014 01/17/2015
Fall 2015 03/01/2015 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA
Summer 2015 03/01/2015 11/01/2015 TBA TBA

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.

Indicates that deadline has passed
Fact Sheet:
Language of Instruction: English, Spanish Minimum GPA: 2.5
Class Eligibility: Junior, Senior, Sophomore Housing Options: Host Family
Language Courses Offered: Yes Internships Available: No
Faculty Led: No Exchange Program: No
Program Description:

Spanish American Institute of International Education

Program Overview
Program Cost

Program Overview

The Seville program located at the Spanish-American Institute of International Education is designed to provide students with a personalized and integrated living and learning experience in a Spanish-speaking environment. The Institute occupies a building in the heart of Seville and is surrounded by shops, restaurants and cafes which provide the perfect setting for your study abroad experience in Spain. Also noted as the best-staffed study abroad program in Seville, the Spanish-American Institute offers students of all Spanish language abilities a wide range of language, liberal arts and business courses, exceptional student services, home-stays with local families and educational excursions.

This program is sponsored by UW-Platteville. More info here. 

Location: Just 350 miles south of Madrid, Seville (Spain's fourth largest city) is the most complete personification of Spain's true spirit in wealth and variety of its art treasures, in its attractions as a city, and in the charm of its inhabitants. The city reflects all the striking qualities that have come to be regarded as typically "Spanish."

Few places can boast such outstanding historic buildings as the Giralda, a Moorish tower with a Christian superstructure; the Alcazar, a Mudejar palace rich in medieval legends; and the Cathedral, the largest in the Christian world. The various city quarters are also quaint, with their narrow, winding streets and tiny squares. Seville is also renowned for bullfighting.  The famous Andalusian herds of fighting bulls, the handsome Maestranza bullring, and the Sevillian School of Bullfighters are known for their graceful and unequaled style.



                                                                                                                                                                  In the liberal arts and international business track, students study Spanish language on the appropriate level and take the remainder of their courses in Spanish or in English, depending on their overall language ability. Students may concentrate on liberal arts or international business, or they may take courses from both areas. The intensive language track is designed for students on the beginning and intermediate levels who want to focus solely on Spanish acquisition. Students at the advanced level can take all of their courses (language, literature, liberal arts) in Spanish. 

Click: courses to view a list of course offerings.


The summer program combines coursework, field trips, intercambio partnerships, and home-stays into a coherent, total package. Students study about Spain while living in Spain so that the classroom experience complements, reinforces, and enhances the intercultural experience.  The curriculum in Seville is designed to take maximum advantage of the special location and the unique expertise of the faculty. 

Click: courses to view a list of course offerings.

Courses other than the Spanish courses are taught in English. 
Click: courses to view a list of course offerings.



Accomodation: Students are placed in carefully screened Spanish homes, usually in pairs.In the Spanish home, you will have breakfast and mid-day meals Monday through Friday and evening meals Sunday through Thursday. In most accommodations, the señora will do your laundry, including ironing, for an additional $40 per month.

Under no circumstances will students be allowed to live independently in their own apartments or in any other housing situation that is not approved by and under the direct supervision of the staff at the Spanish-American Institute.

Passport: Students will need to have a passport study in Spain. The current passport fee is $135. If you already have a valid U.S. passport, be sure to check the dates of validity – your passport must be valid six months beyond your return date.

Visa: Students will need to have a visa to study in Spain. The current visa fee is $140. UW-Platteville's Institute for Study Abroad and the UW-Stout Office of International Education will provide guidance on this process.

Travel: Students are responsible for making their own travel arrangements to and from Spain. Depending on the starting and ending date of the term, students may have the option of traveling in Spain before or after the program.


Program Cost

To help you to prepare for your semester abroad the Office of International Education has created semester budget sheets for your reference. These budget sheets are only an estimation and actual expenses may vary depending on changes in currency exchange rates, tuition increases, airfare and personal spending habits. We suggest that you set up a personalized budget to follow for the duration of your program. To view the estimated budget sheet please click here.

We strongly encourage you to print this budget sheet, and set-up a meeting with your financial aid counselor early during the application process to discuss how you will be paying for the program. Students who are eligible for financial aid may use such aid to help pay for all of the costs outlined on the budget sheet. Give your financial aid counselor a copy of the budget sheet for your program so your financial award can be adjusted to take into account the increased costs.