Study Abroad

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Spanish Study Abroad Programs (pdf 150kb)

Spain: Language, Culture, and Business in Galicia

Faculty Leaders:
Gabriel Rei-Doval (
Isabel Mendez-Santalla (

This unique program takes place in Santiago de Compostela, Galicia’s enchanting capital in Northwestern Spain, a UNESCO heritage city and an ancient site of pilgrimage. Students will examine the culture of Galicia, a Celtic bridge to understanding the past and present of the Hispanic and Portuguese-speaking worlds. Culture class discussions will focus on the factors that have contributed to the making of the identity of Galicia in such areas as history, politics and society, traditions, mythology, music, and cinema. Language classes will provide either an introduction to Business and Legal Spanish, intensive oral practice in Spanish or Galician for Beginners. The program also includes several weekend excursions.

For more information contact the faculty directors or the Center For International Education’s Study Abroad site.

Spain: Madrid – Spanish Language & Culture

Madrid, Spain’s capital city, is the site for this enriching UWM summer program. Students may earn up to 7 undergraduate credits on the program – 4 credits in Spanish language and 3 credits in Spanish culture and civilization. The Spanish language classes, taught at all ability levels, are taken at the Don Quijote Language School. The culture and civilization course is taught in either English or Spanish and will examine Spain’s current social, political, and cultural reality. Historical facts will be explored and connected to the Spain of today through direct contact with people and visits to museums and institutions of social and cultural significance.

For more information contact the faculty director or the Center For International Education’s Study Abroad site.

Contact Information:

Overseas Programs and Partnerships
Center for International Education
Pearse Hall, Room 166
P.O. Box 413
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Milwaukee, WI 53201Tel: (414) 229-5182
Fax: 414-229-4858
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