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  • Locations: Caceres, Spain
  • Program Terms: Academic Year, Fall, Spring
  • Homepage: Click to visit
  • Budget Sheets: Fall, Spring
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Fall 2018 03/01/2018 ** Rolling Admission 09/09/2018 12/04/2018

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Students will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.
Fact Sheet:
Study Abroad Adviser: Nally, Ginger Program Director: Dominguez, Julia, Wilhelm, Julie
Housing Options: Homestay Cumulative GPA: 2.5
Language of Instruction: Spanish Host Country Language: Spanish
Online Course Catalog Available: No Sponsor: Iowa State
ISU Course: INTED
Program Description:
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Semester in Caceres, Spain                            College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

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Program Description and Location
Students will study at the Universidad de Extremadura, an institution located in a small city named Cáceres. With a population of some 80,000  you will experience the charm of life in a provincial city and enjoy the traditional night life that comes from a large and active student population.

Cáceres is located in the region of Extremadura, halfway between Madrid and Lisbon, and has much to offer in terms of historical and cultural attractions. The well-preserved historical center, with most buildings dating from the medieval and renaissance periods, led UNESCO in 1986 to declare it a "World Heritage Site." Cáceres also is a candidate to be named the Cultural Capital of Europe for 2016!
Caceres
University
The Universdad de Extremadura (UEx) has two locations, one in the old quarter of Cáceres, and a new, American-style campus. Near both locations of the university there are numerous cafes and bars serving inexpensive meals where students go to eat tapas, sit and talk, or dance and listen to music.
Classes are taught by UEx faculty who are among the most well-known in Spain. The campus also boasts libraries, information technology centers, sports and fitness facilities, restaurants, student centers and other significant buildings. 

Course informationCaceres
International Perspectives Courses will be offered based on student needs and in conjunction with major and minor requirements. The following is a general list of course offerings.

Spanish Courses
SPAN 301 - Grammar & Composition
SPAN 303 - Spanish Conversation
SPAN 314 - Intro. to Reading Hispanic Texts
SPAN 321 - Civilization & Culture of Spain
SPAN 323 - Spain Today
SPAN 330 - Spanish Literature to 1700
SPAN 331 - Spanish Literature 1700 - Present
SPAN 352 - Introduction to Spanish Phonology
SPAN 395 - Study Abroad Credit
SPAN 401 - Advanced Grammar/Composition
SPAN 490 - Independent Study
SPAN 499 - Internship in SpanishCaceres

Housing
Students will live with host families and enjoy full board: meals, laundry, cleaning, utilities and other amenities. Living with your host family will lead to greater fluency and cultural awareness, and can be one of the best ways to learn about how people interact in their everyday lives.

How do I get more information?

Visit the website
www.language.iastate.edu/caceres

Attend
*Study Abroad Center Fair
*Engineering's "Tour the World" Fair
*Informational Meeting (see the program
web page for upcoming dates and events)

LAS Study Abroad Adviser
Ginger Nally gcnally@iastate.edu

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Cáceres' World Heritage Site which has remained unchanged since the 16th Century
Plaza Mayor, Cáceres
Family Homestay