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  • Locations: Cadiz, Spain
  • Program Terms: Summer
  • Restrictions: Monmouth applicants only
  • Budget Sheets: Summer
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Program Description:

Program Highlights

What is it like to study in Cádiz? Click here to see for yourself! 

Live in the ancient and exquisite city of Cádiz on our six-week program under the auspices of Centro MundoLengua in collaboration with the University of Cádiz-Andalucía (UCA). A Monmouth University faculty member from the Language Dept. travels and stays with the program for the entire six weeks offering private and group Spanish tutoring and cultural development for all participants. This trip abroad will allow you to experience Spanish immersion in a beautiful environment firsthand. You will learn about language and culture in class, and see them come to life when participating in the excursions and activities we offer. In January 2019, The New York Times listed Cádiz as one of the best places to visit this year; click this link to read an article from El País (in English) about the rich history, great food scene and breathtaking landscapes of Cádiz and southern Spain.

Monmouth's Spain Program includes the following:
  • Airport pick-up and transfer to Cádiz
  • On-site Orientation and city tour
  • Welcome/Farewell dinners in Cádiz
  • Furnished bedroom accommodations in your homestay
  • Linens that include bed sheets and towels
  • Three meals a day and laundry service once per week
  • Mapfre Insurance through MundoLengua and AIG Travel Insurance (complete coverage for anywhere you might travel during the program dates)
  • Private Spanish tutoring and cultural and social development sessions provided by Monmouth University Professor
  • Mid-term four-day excursion to Seville/Granada
  • One-day excursions to such places as Arcos de la Frontera, prehistoric caves, and Puerto de Santa María
  • Professional Flamenco show
  • Introductory dance lessons in Flamenco and Salsa 
  • Introductory surf lesson and Andalusian cooking workshop
  • 24/7 Emergency support and On-site Staff support
  • 24/7 Mental Health and Wellness support - enrollment in Morneau Shepell's My Student Support Program or My SSP where students can access counselors anytime during their Study Abroad experience

Monmouth Global's Pre-Departure Process includes the following:
  • Study Abroad 101 Information Sessions
  • Study Abroad Fair
  • Application Support and Academic Advising
  • Open Office Hours for program inquiries and planning
  • Global Education Mentor/Mentee Program for accepted students
  • Two Pre-Departure Orientation meetings for students (Intercultural Competency Workshops)
  • Pre-Departure Parent Orientation
  • Bon Voyage Lunch

Monmouth Global's Alumni Opportunities include the following:
  • Welcome Back Lunch at Monmouth upon return
  • Opportunity to become a ‘Global Education Mentor’
  • Three, free "Unpacking Your Study Abroad" workshops to translate your experiences into career credentials

Course Info

If you want to greatly improve your Spanish in 6 weeks, complete your Global Understanding/Cultural Diversity requirements, and live in an area less invaded by tourism then the Summer in Cádiz program is for you.  Students taking the new Communication course (FS/CO 304: “Onstage & In the Streets: Performance and Culture”) taught in English would also take 1 Spanish language course and enjoy all other aspects of the regular program.

Formal course work is enriched outside the classroom with cultural and hands-on activities, such as flamenco, Andalusian cookery, surf lessons, and numerous one-day and multi-day excursions.  Students that place into the 300 level of Spanish or above can take a service-learning course that's excellent for your resume and job experience.


Department Chairs, Deans and General Education Oversight Committee members review all course syllabi to ensure these courses can complete your General Education and Major requirements.  Hence, it is crucial you pick approved courses.

EFFECTIVE SUMMER 2020: ALL GRADES EARNED IN STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMS WILL BE CALCULATED INTO YOUR CUMULATIVE GPA!​

VIEW AVAILABLE COURSES:
 
  1. Review all MU APPROVED courses via WebAdvisor. This comprehensive list shows how courses equate back as Monmouth credit and the course types they carry.  Simply choose SPA-University of Cádiz, Spain in the "Location" search for a full listing.
  2.  Review SUMMER 2020 confirmed courses and their syllabi here:  Spain Courses 2020.pdf
  3. NEW course taught in English by MU Professor, Dr. Deanna Shoemaker; CO/FS* 304 Culture and Performance (satisfies EX ED & CD requirements). Study diverse performance practices within everyday life and cultural rituals, in public spaces, and through street theatre and professional productions in the small, vibrant coastal city of Cadiz. Broaden your perspective and explore how human performances are shaped by cultural identity, power structures, and social norms in this Communication and Performance Studies course. Open to all majors!
     
COMPLETE YOUR COURSE WORKSHEET:
The Course Worksheet is meant to aid you in choosing the most suitable Monmouth approved courses to take during your semester abroad. Bring a copy of your worksheet to your Academic Advising meetings.

ADVISING TIPS:
Summer Semester students can take 12-15 credits to be full-time. Most students choose the maximum of 15 credits, which is 5 classes.   
 
 Possible Summer Spain Schedule (6 Credits) *see course list above for all options
Cádiz Code MU Code MU Title Type Credits
A1.1 FS 101 Curso Intensivo ELE - Nivel A1.1 CD, GU 3
FS/CO 304/598 FS/CO 304/598 Onstage & In the Streets: Performance and Culture (taught in English) CD 3
*Students place into the appropriate level of Spanish and earn 6 credits of Spanish.  Students at the 300 Level or higher in Spanish can complete a course called Cádiz y Su Sociedad that contains service learning. Students wishing to study the Communication course in English will take one Spanish language course. Students at the 300 level or above can take this course as a Spanish elective, completing all written work in Spanish.

Academic Calendar

Through study abroad, the Global Education Office strives to prepare students for successful lives in a global environment. We suggest early preparation for any global experience, and we ask that students plan ahead by becoming familiar with their academic audits and major requirements. This will enable students the most flexibility when exploring opportunities in other countries. Please see these dates below and prepare your future semester abroad today! 

Summer 2020 Dates 
Arrival in Spain - transfer to Cádiz Sat., June 27 
Free day to explore, spend time with Spanish host family, rest on beach...           Sun., June 28 
Classes begin at UCA, Orientation/City Orientation, Welcome Dinner (MundoLengua)  Mon., June 29 
Classes and activities as provided by MundoLengua Tues. - Thurs., June 30 - July 16
Excursion to Cueva La Pileta & Pueblo Blanco (transportation, lunch and sightseeing tickets included) Sun., July 5
Mid-term Excursion Trip Seville & Granada (transportation, hotels, dinner/breakfast, sightseeing tickets included) Thurs.-Sun., July 16-19
Classes and activities as provided by MundoLengua Mon.-Thurs., July 20 - August 6
Departure Cádiz/Arrival US                            Sat., August 8

Student Life/Housing


While in Cádiz, students live with carefully selected Spanish families whose homes are within walking distance of the classes and the stunning beaches. MundoLengua staff frequently visit each home to do a full inspection and to speak with the members of the family to ensure that all of our students continue to have comfortable quarters and warm and enthusiastic hosts. 
Family homestays provide students with invaluable insight into the Spanish culture and daily life—the true “immersion experience.” Without a doubt, living with a Spanish family is the best way for students to advance their communication skills and one of the most beloved parts of this program.

Property Features:
  • Furnished bedroom
  • 3 meals per day
  • Laundry service once per week
  • Bed sheets and towels

Monmouth students participating in this incredible program have the opportunity to participate in weekly excursions and cultural activities that serve to enrich their experience. While abroad, students will not only be living as a Spaniard, but will have the chance to travel the country, to see first-hand its historical significance and vibrant beauty.

What Monmouth and MundoLengua Offer You:
  • Professional Flamenco show
  • Andalusian cooking lesson
  • Social events including a salsa and a flamenco class
  • Several local visits to important historic and cultural sites
  • Surf lessons
  • 4-day excursion to the beautiful cities of Seville and Granada
  • Trip to the castle and winery of El Puerto de Santa Maria
  • Trip to a pre-historic cave in the province of Málaga and a traditional “pueblo blanco”
  • Free weekends for you to explore the country and those that surround it on your own!

Costs & Financial Aid

Please refer to the "Budget Sheet" for the current housing fee

Monmouth’s program includes the following in the tuition/housing costs:
  • Summer: 6 Monmouth credits
  • Application fee, cleaning fee and security deposit
  • Airport transfers in Cádiz 
  • Homestay accommodations 
  • Textbooks for courses
  • Welcome Dinner and Orientation
  • In-country excursions hosted by MundoLengua/MU
  • AIG and Mapfre Insurance (complete coverage for anywhere you might travel during the program dates)
  • All pre-departure and returnee services/events from Monmouth
Not included:
  • Passport (about $135)
  • Study Abroad Fee
  • MU Deposit (refunded as a credit to your tuition bill)
  • Airfare to and from country
  • 'Declaration of Presence' Fee
  • Refundable Housing Deposit
  • Accommodation Damage Charges: If your room is damaged, each roommate will be charged and the amount will be subtracted from the housing deposit
  • Personal spending and travel


Dates / Deadlines:

There are currently no active application cycles for this program.

This program is currently not accepting applications.