“This experience has broadened my appreciation for travel and made me realize that seeing another country is not only enjoyable but also academically enriching and fulfilling.”
RACHEL EISNER

Weekdays

Classes are held primarily Monday through Thursday. On Fridays and weekends, students enjoy supervised recreational and sightseeing activities.

Female teacher at whiteboard facing three students

Students begin their days with breakfast at the residence hall. Monday-Wednesday morning classes are held at the University of Barcelona's beautiful continuing education facility, where lunch is served. On Thursdays, the morning class meets at the residence hall and then travels around the city viewing sites. Students will have lunch at the residence hall on these days.

Two female students discussing in class

Before lunch, two days a week, students generally devote an hour and a half to the Spanish Language Workshop. Afterwards, students have a few hours of free time.

Female student taking selfie in front of street art

Many afternoons are spent on class-related field trips. A late dinner (customary in Spain) at the residence hall follows.

Weekends

On weekends, students explore Barcelona, attending activities organized and led by the resident advisers or going out on their own. Two Fridays will be spent on supervised trips to Tarragona and to the coast of Spain.

Student facing courtyard of historical buildings

Female and male student pouring over iluminated photoboard

Students walking through historical streets

Learn more about field trips and extracurricular activities in and around Barcelona.