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Live Life as the Spanish Do - in Sevilla


All courses in the Wells College Program in Sevilla are designed for American students and are conducted in Spanish by regular faculty members of the University of Sevilla.

Programs range from Spanish Semantics to 20th Century European Art to The Flamenco: Cultural Impact in Andalucia.

For a more complete list of programs please visit our class description page.

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Credits at Wells Study Abroad

All courses in the program are 3 credit hours. Upon satisfactory completion of the program, a transcript of credits earned in the Wells program in Sevilla will be forwarded by the Wells College Registrar to the student's home college. Grades and credits are assigned by the Director of the Program based on the grades submitted by the instructors at the University of Sevilla. Students should speak in advance to their major advisor (at their home institution) about courses that will count toward their major requirements.

"The Wells Sevilla Program was the greatest five months I've spent in my life. Wells is the best program in Sevilla. It gives you a strong academic program that is tailored to any level of Spanish, and offers cultural and language immersion in a city that is unsurpassed throughout the world." (M.W., Yale University)

Academic Calendar

The Wells College Program in Sevilla is conducted during the Fall and Spring Semesters. Spring Semester: Students will participate in a two-three week Orientation in January designed to prepare them for their academic, social and personal experience in Spain. The students, accompanied by Wells College Professors, will travel for two weeks visiting Barcelona, Zaragoza, Madrid, Segovia, Toledo, Ubeda, Granada, Torremolinos, and Córdoba before settling in Sevilla. Once in Sevilla, there will be a ten day on-site orientation, including an intensive review of the language. The Spring Semester at the University of Sevilla runs from early January to mid-May. Fall Semester: The Fall semester starts the first week of October. There will be six-day traveling Orientation with visits to Madrid, Toledo, Ubeda, Granada and Córdoba. Once in Sevilla, there will be a five day on-site orientation, including language review classes. Complete information on specific dates and travel arrangements, as well as costs for each session, will be available upon request.

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Professor Miguel L. Gil - Director of Study Program in Spain
Wells College 170 Main Street Aurora, NY 13026
Office: 315-364-3280 | Secretary: 315-364-3288 | Fax: 315-364-3257