This will be the seventh year that the University of Toronto has offered a summer course in Spain. With the city of Seville serving as the classroom, this program offers courses designed to introduce students to Hispanic art and culture and the Spanish language.
The program will be organized and taught by Connecting Worlds Abroad (COWA) which is located within Estudios Universitarios y Superiores de Andalucía (EUSA), a private school that has been affiliated with the University of Seville since 1996. EUSA offers one of the most modern learning environments in Andalucía. The school is located in Nervion, a fashionable neighbourhood just a short walk from historical monuments, parks, shopping centres and a major soccer stadium.
There will be four courses offered in 2020. Each course is worth one full-year U of T credit. Classes will take place Monday through Thursday mornings. Mandatory field trips will take place outside of regular class time.