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Study Abroad - Spanish

La Aventura te Espera

Don't miss out on la experiencia inolvidable of studying abroad.

Picture it: you’re walking down a city street that you’ve never been to. You’re listening to the chatter of people passing you by. A slight breeze drifts across your skin. The smell of delicious food wafts over. You’re experiencing an entirely new culture, living in a country with a different language and broadening your perspective of the world. With multiple options to study in a Spanish-speaking country, we highly recommend studying abroad—it’ll be the experience of a lifetime.

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Two students paragliding while studying abroadTwo female students on horse backStudents studying abroad pose for photo in the cityMale student takes photograph while abroad

Why Study Abroad?

Talk to anyone who's studied abroad—the benefits are endless.

Get Out of the Zone

Get comfortable being uncomfortable. Living and studying in a new city will help push you out of your comfort zone and build your confidence.

Enhance Your Skills

Enhance your Spanish speaking, listening and writing skills by studying abroad. You’ll be amazed how fast your skills grow as the weeks pass by in another country.

Improve Your Marketability

You’ll be an asset to employers looking for leaders who can work effectively across cultures and disciplines, who are confident, can think outside of the box and can adapt easily to new situations.

McKenzie Rasmussen, Double Major in Spanish & Communication

A Life-Changing

Hands down the best experience of my college career thus far was my study abroad trip to Alicante, Spain. I studied abroad for the month of June and lived with an incredible host mom, Reyes, and one of my friends from UW-Green Bay... I would recommend studying abroad to everyone! It changed my life and I cannot wait to go back someday!

McKenzie Rasmussen '21
Double Major in Spanish & Communication

Associate Professor, Hernan Fernandez-Meardi

¿Quieres Saber Más?

If you need more information about studying abroad, you can get in touch with our professors or the Office of International Education. Your program professors, including Hernán Fernández-Meardi, can also help you figure out if studying abroad is right for you.

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