International Studies Education

Study Abroad

Summer Programs


Toledo, Spain

Summer is a great time to study abroad, especially if you are a Nursing major or involved in sports during both the Fall and Spring semesters. These programs are typically 3 or 4 weeks in length and offer between 3 and 6 academic credits. In addition to the quality summer programs featured below, there are hundreds more available to you.  If interested in learning more, talk to Scott Keller in the Office of International Studies Education, BMB #211. 


Intensive Spanish Language Program
in Toledo, Spain  
Immerse yourself in the history, culture and language of Spain at Aula Toledo, a language program located in the heart of Toledo’s old city.  

Program features include:


  • Intensive 3-week program = 3 Neumann University Spanish credits 

  • Choose your course level: Span 101, 102, 201 or 202

  • Small class sizes (less than 8 students!) and the focus is largely on conversation

  • Individual tutoring available to students

  • Housing, in home-stays with local Spanish families

  • Daily language workshops and guided cultural activities

The program fee for Summer 2010 is approximately $1,500 and includes tuition, home-stay accommodations, most meals and laundry service. 
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Summer in the Andes
If you really want to improve your Spanish, this unique program in Cuenca, Ecuador is for you!  Designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site, Cuenca is a charming, colonial city nestled high in the Andes Mountains. 
Program features include:

  • 9 Spanish language credits

  • 9 weeks of homestay with a local family

  • Extensive travel in Ecuador

  • 10-day study tour to Peru (Machu Picchu)

  • 5-day study tour to the Amazon Rainforest

  • Group program (25 student average)

The program fee is $6,600 and includes tuition, all accommodations, most meals, roundtrip airfare from Miami, field trips and medical insurance.
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Paris or Rome with St. John’s University

Take three language or perhaps art credits while living in the heart of these cosmopolitan cities. 

The program fee for Rome is approximately $4700 and includes tuition for 3 credits, accommodations in 
a student residence for four weeks, and some meals.

More information on these and other
 St. John’s summer programs.


Applications for most summer programs are due by April 1.