We are currently accepting applications for the Spring 2017 Semester Program in Madrid and Semester Program in Rome & Florence. Program brochures are avaialble by clicking on the links below. Please note that the Fall 2016 Semester Program in Paris has been cancelled.
If you would like us to email you a brochure and application, please send an email request to firstname.lastname@example.org
Or come visit the Study Abroad Coordinator, Jill Heffron, in person in Cloud 212 (Ocean Campus), to talk about your participation in one of our study abroad programs.
January 3, 2017 - March 25, 2017
Spend a semester in Madrid, a true European capital, known throughout the world for its museums and monuments, which reflect Spain's proud history. Immerse yourself in the Spanish language and the culture of the "city that never sleeps". Madrid is your classroom as you study Spanish Language, and Conversation at La Universidad Complutense de Madrid, one of the most prestigious universities in Spain. Students will also have the the opportunity to take Art History and Spanish Civiliation and culture classes, which will be taught in both a classroom setting and on-site at museums, monuments and historical sites within and outside the city of Madrid. the Spanish Civilization and Culture course will be online for the majority of the semester, which will allow the students greater flexibility with their daily schedules.
Students participating in the Semester in Madrid program can choose to live in either furnished apartments or in homestays with local families.
This program is offered during the spring semester, and provides transferable credit from CCSF for courses completed overseas. Also, students enrolled in an eligible program may be able to receive state and federal financial aid and scholarships to help defray the costs of study abroad.
January 26, 2017 - April 28, 2017
Spend a semester studying and living in Italy, with your time overseas divided between Rome and Florence. In Rome you will study Italian Language for a month, and then onto Florence, where you will continue your language studies. While in Rome you will have the opportunity to take a class in Art History, and in Florence a class in Comparative Religions. Both are taught in English. The comparative religion course will be online for the majority of the semester, which will allow the students greater flexibility with their schedules. The non-language courses will be taught both in classroom settings and in museums, churches, piazzas and points of historical interest in and around Rome and Florence.
Students participating in the Semester in Florence and Rome program will live in furnished apartments which they will share with other students participating in this program.
The Semester in Florence and Rome program is offered during the spring semester, and provides transferable credit from CCSF for courses completed overseas. Also, students enrolled in an eligible program may be able to receive state and federal financial aid and scholarships to help defray the costs of study abroad.