Study Abroad in Pamplona, Spain
This intensive summer course in Pamplona, Spain helps learners greatly improve their oral and written communicative abilities in Spanish in three weeks.
Students spend three weeks in Spain in the beautiful northern city of Pamplona, at the Universidad de Navarra (June 2-27). All students will take 3 credits. Four class hours per day Monday to Friday for 3 weeks (60 class hours). Spanish Written and Oral Communication Course (3 hours per day) and Conceptual Grammar (1 hour per day). You will be placed in beginning, intermediate, or advanced track. University of Scranton students will attend one seminar per week on the Pilgrim's Way to Santiago.
Program includes all supervised trips and cultural and recreational activities around Pamplona and final trip to Santiago de Compostela: Pamplona's historic old town, cathedral of Santa Maria la Real, "Running of the Bulls" walk, Canotaje, Juevintxo, sevillanas class, Pilgrim's Way to Santiago stage 4: from Pamplona to Puente la Reina, Bilbao: Guggenheim Museum and Loyola Sanctuary, San Sebastian, Olite Castle and winery, final trip to Santiago de Compostela.
For more information, contact Dr. Silva:
Dr. Yamile Silva
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