Spanish: Study Abroad
Through the California University CEA/NSE (Cultural Experiences Abroad or National Student Exchange), Cal U allows you to study any semester, including summers, in countries such as Spain, Mexico, Argentina and France. You may take courses at the host university in English, Spanish or French and the credits and grades transfer automatically back to our home institution. Financial aid can be applied.
Additionally, the National Student Exchange allows you to study at a selected U.S. national institution of higher learning, including those in Puerto Rico and Canada.
For additional information about any of these programs, contact:
Assistant Dean for the Office of Student Affairs.
California University of Pennsylvania
Campus Box 49
250 University Avenue
California, PA 15419
Study Abroad with EF International Language Schools.
Education First (EF) offers an excellent program for students to study for two weeks to a year in countries such as Spain, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Italy, Germany, France or China. The program allows you to take courses at the host university in Spanish or French with the credits and grades transferring back to our home institution. For more information, contact Dr. Mary Randall.
Also, for Spanish majors, visit www.freewebs.com/wcupa to learn about the Costa Rican onsite service learning course sponsored by West Chester University under Professor Ana Sanchez. This course will be offered in 2009 to all Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education students.
Hispanic Student Association?
Join the Hispanic Student Association (HAS) for an affordable and exciting experience learning Spanish and culture throughout Latin America while earning University credit. Contact Professor Margarita Ribar, club adviser.
The following sites have also been useful to Cal U Language students wanting to study abroad:
- French: Ecole de langue FranÃ§aise et de culture QuÃ©bÃ©coise
- Spanish: Institute of Spanish Studies
- Spanish: CIS
- Spanish: Christian Spanish Academy
For more information on these programs, contact Dr. Arcides Gonzalez