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Study in Spain this Summer

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May 27 - July 5, 2024

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DURATION
3-6 weeks

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Credits
6ECTS per session

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Language
English, Spanish

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Language Prerequisites
None

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Housing
Residence Hall

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Application deadline
April 10, 2023

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Earn 6 US credits in 6 weeks!

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The University of Navarra Summer Program is a dynamic program designed for ambitious undergraduate students who want to broaden their cultural horizons in a completely new worldly experience. Through a challenging academic curriculum and enriching extra-curricular activities, the program offers students the chance to embark on a transformative educational experience in a new setting.

You can choose to attend Session One, Session Two or both sessions, enrolling in one intensive course per session, to earn 6 to 12 ECTS credit credits (3 to 6 US credits).

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6-Week Summer Session : May 27 - July 5, 2027

Summer Session I: May 27 - June 14, 2024

Summer Session II: June 17 - July 5, 2024

Our programs are taught by outstanding local professors from the University of Navarra and by distinguished professors invited from other universities such as Columbia University, Dartmouth College, Barnard College, Scranton University, and Fairfield University.

Spanish Language & Culture
Term: Summer Session I
Language: Spanish
Credits:
6 ECTS credit/3 US credits

We offer a unique sociocultural course that helps students improve their interpersonal oral and written communicative abilities in just 3 weeks. Courses are based on active learner participation. Students are expected to engage in interactive small and large-group activities. The different tasks presented in class will require students to use Spanish in multiple situations that reflect the use of different varieties of Spanish. Students also develop critical thinking and creative skills through a digital storytelling final project.


The Visual Language of Photography: A Project Based Approach
Term: Summer Session II
Language: English
Credits: 6ECTS/3US credits

Photography has often been taught with an abstract approach and emphasis on the technical aspects. Like any artform, however, great photographs are not made through a precise understanding of the mechanics of a camera. This was never the case and is less so today when little or no technical knowledge is required to take properly exposed images with any phone or modern camera. What great photographs have in common is an excellent use of the visual language.

Powerful photographs also need to reflect externally what each photographer has inside. That is why this course teaches the technical aspects of photography only as a means to achieve certain visual effects. The rest is focused on the principles of the visual language (the universal "rules of composition") and classes are based around completing a staff photography project that each student will turn in at the end of the program.


Spanish Crime Fiction: Literature and Cinema
Term: Summer Session II
Language: Spanish
Credits: 6ECTS/3US credits

This three-week course explores Spanish crime fiction in literature and cinema. Taught in Spanish, it delves into the origins, development, and unique characteristics of the genre. The course includes a field trip to Elizondo and the Baztan Valley in Spain. Students will analyze primary works, along with critical articles, to understand the cultural and ideological aspects of crime fiction. The objectives are to deepen students' comprehension of the genre's social and political relevance and equip them with tools to analyze and create their own works of fiction.


Hispanic Core
Term: Summer Session II
Language: Spanish, English
Credits: 6ECTS/3US credits

In this interdisciplinary seminar, students will read classical works from the Hispanic tradition and discuss them in open-ended conversations guided by an experienced professor who serves as their guide. The format of the course is shared inquiry, where the students and trainer work together to understand and appreciate works that have influenced Hispanic culture. Authors may include Cervantes, Marquez, Allende, Borges, Calderón, and Vargas Llosa. Students enrolled in this course will also have an opportunity to share cultural experiences and tour together during their time in Spain. This course will be offered both in Spanish and in English, pending enrollment.


COURSE STRUCTURE

Four class hours per day Monday to Friday for 3 weeks (60 class hours). Co-curricular activities in the afternoon and weekends to enrich cultural immersion in Spain and to better understand the culture in the context of coursework are organized.

Students will have the chance to participate in social and cultural co-curricular activities gaining an immersion into life in Spain whilst making lifelong friends from all over the world.

Program includes activities such as Pamplona practical tour, Gipuzkoa coast day trip, Navarra Medieval day trip, Cathedral of Pamplona, Kayaking, Rumba Flamenca Class, and Stage Camino de Santiago.

During the summer students will have the opportunity to stay in a residence accommodation, located within walking distance to classes and all UNAV campus facilities.

Housing fee includes:

- Single Bedrooms furnished with a study and ample storage space

- Private en-suite bathroom

- All meals

- 24/7 Security & Support Team

- Common lounge areas

- Wi-Fi

- On-site laundry (coin operated) with washing and drying facilities

All students registered in a course taught in Spanish need to complete a Spanish language online level test. This is sent to the students once their enrollment is confirmed.

Students will be placed in beginner, intermediate, or advanced Spanish Language & Culture courses. For Session II courses taught in Spanish, level B1.2 of Spanish or above is required.

For courses taught in English, students not coming from an English-speaking university must prove an advanced level of English.

Possibility of taking an official Spanish Certification Exam upon completion of program.

6-Week Summer Session

Tuition&Fees

4,189 € 

Housing

1,790 €


TOTAL

5,979 €

Summer Session I

Tuition&Fees

2,178 € 

Housing

 875 €


TOTAL

3,053 €

Summer Session II

Tuition&Fees

2,378 € 

Housing

 875 €


TOTAL

3,253 €

View all Fees

→ Tuition & Fees at University of Navarra

→ Placement test

→ Comprehensive orientation

→ Access to university campus facilities

→ Program materials

→ Official transcript of records

→ Cultural activities

→ Accomodation and meals 

→ Health insurance

→ 24/7 emergency on-site support

Not included in program fees:

→ Travel to/from Pamplona. Participants are expected to make their own travel arrangements.

 → Pre/post-program accommodations.

→ Additional spending money (for shopping, purchases of a staff nature, etc.)

Cancellations until April 20

100€/student (Application fee) + 10% Tuition + 25% Accommodation

Cancellations between April 21 and May 15 

100€/student (Application fee) + 50% Tuition +100% Accommodation

Cancellations between May 16 and May 22  

100€/student (Application fee) +75% Tuition +100% Accommodation

Cancellations after May 23

No refund


If UNAV cancels a programme prior to its official arrival date then we will issue a full refund, including the application fee.

Actions by government

Should a Spanish government's action on or before our program start date make it impossible for some students to travel to Pamplona, impacted students will receive a recoverable cost refund from ILCE.

Admission is offered to qualified students on a first-come, first-served basis, so interested applicants are encouraged to apply early. 


Submitting an Online Application

→ Take note of the program that you are applying to.

→ Have ready a passport copy and passport-sized photograph (scanned). It will be needed to complete the online application form.

→ Complete and submit the online application.

Important Dates

Registration is open now for on-campus courses.

Application deadline: April 10.


Confirming your Admission

After you apply, you will receive a confirmation by email. In this email we will inform you about the following steps: online level test, housing and payment. 

Please take note that your admission is not completed until the payment is done. To guarantee a place in the programme, we recommend that you complete the application and payment as soon as you can.

Program Fees are payable by wire transfer (amount in euros). ILCE is not responsible for fluctuations in international exchange rates or interest charges.
 

Need help?

Please contact us at (+34. 948425600 Ext. 802361 - 803215) or email ilce@unav.es.

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Field Trips


While your studies will primarily take place in Pamplona, the learning doesn't stop there as we will also have incredible opportunities to experience different cities and towns to learn more about the people, culture, and traditions of Spain. All trips are included in the program fee for the summer program.

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Gipuzkoa Coast

Gipuzkoa Coast

Day Trip

Explore this beautiful coastline of Northern Spain that is known for its stunning natural beauty, charming seaside villages, delicious cuisine, and rich cultural heritage!

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Medieval Navarre

Medieval Navarre

Day Trip

On this journey through the central lands of Navarra, we will discover enchanting medieval fortresses and villages and taste the rich gastronomic products of the region!

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The Way of St. James

The Way of St. James

Day Trip

This religious route is one of the most important pilgrimage destinations in Europe, and we will have the opportunity to hike along this sacred path and enjoy its scenic beauty and cultural heritage!

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Baztan Valley

Baztan Valley

Day Trip

Explore the charm of Baztan Valley on this journey through Northern Navarra, known as the "Switzerland of Navarre". Visit an organic dairy farm and savor a delightful meal in Elizondo. A genuine experience in Baztan's rich culture and gastronomy!

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Bilbao

Bilbao

Day Trip

Explore Bilbao's unique blend of modernity and traditional charm in the old town. From the iconic Guggenheim Museum to landmarks like Euskalduna Palace and Santiago Calatrava's Zubizuri bridge, the city offers diverse attractions. Complete the day with a scenic river cruise along the Nervión, capturing Bilbao's essence in a truly unforgettable experience!

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The student experience

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