Location
  • Spain
    • Granada
Need-based funding, Merit-based funding, General grants/scholarships, Payment plans, Work study, LGBTQIA+ funding, BIPOC funding
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Program Details

Compensation
Non-Monetary Benefits
Timeframe
Fall Spring Summer Winter
Housing
Apartment Host Family
Language
English
Qualifications
  • High School Graduate
  • Minimum GPA of 2.5

Pricing

Starting Price
13095
What's Included
Some Accommodation Activities Airport Transfers Wifi
Feb 07, 2024
Sep 17, 2023
13 travelers are looking at this program

About Program

As a major center for business in the Andalusia region of Spain, Granada is a great place to make progress toward your degree while learning about a career, getting experience for your résumé, and immersing yourself in the city’s architecture, music, and art, which reflects the Greek, Roman, and Moorish cultures that helped shape this place over a long period of time.

CEA CAPA Granada internship placements allow you to make steady progress toward your academic degree while developing practical skills. Granada internships are available at all levels of Spanish language proficiency in a range of career fields, including Architecture, Communication, Education, Exercise, Health, Hospitality, NGO & Development, Nonprofit Administration, Psychology, Social Sciences, Social Services, Teaching, & Veterinary Medicine.

To learn more about CEA CAPA Internships Abroad in Granada, click “Visit Site” and see what’s waiting for you.

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Diversity & Inclusion

BIPOC Support

CEA CAPA provides, in conjunction with Diversity Abroad, Destination Guides which provide resources and tips for Black/African-American students, Latinx students, Asian American students, and all other students of color.

LGBTQIA+ Support

Through our personalized advising, CEA CAPA takes steps to understand the needs of a diversity of student identities like the LGBTQIA+ community. In addition to diversity and identity training, CEA CAPA leadership engage in continuous department level project work to identify and revise policies and practices using the appropriate Justice, Equity, Diversity or Inclusion lens as a frame to reduce bias and barriers that impact students, faculty, and staff. CEA CAPA is intentional in elevating diverse student voices and providing a platform for a broad array of identities to share their experiences abroad. The CEA CAPA World Blog promotes stories and personal experiences from the perspectives of diverse student bloggers and vloggers.

Neurodivergent Support

CEA CAPA is willing and able to assist students with learning disabilities and physical disabilities. Students are requested to disclose disabilities through the application health forms as part of their application and in discussion with their application advisor or program manager. The earlier CEA CAPA is made aware of learning or physical disabilities the better we can work with the student, institution, and overseas team to tailor an Individualized Education Program if necessary to support the student.

Impact

Sustainability

CEA CAPA makes a conscious effort to create study abroad experiences that leave a positive impact on host communities. Each location implements a variety of strategies to support the local community and promote sustainability. Examples include:

Use of recycling bins in Study Center locations and in CEA CAPA housing

Signage in CEA CAPA housing urging students to limit water and electricity usage

Students are often given reusable bags and water bottles upon arrival to limit single plastic use

Students are provided with instructions for acquiring transportation passes to promote use of public transportation rather than taxis

Program Highlights

  • Strong Academics
  • Substantial Pre-Employment Experience
  • An Individual Placement Process
  • Affordable, Convenient Options

Program Reviews

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  • Growth 5
  • Support 4.5
  • Fun 4.5
  • Housing 4
  • Safety 5
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Alexa
5/5
Yes, I recommend this program

A Home Away from Home - Studying in Granada, Spain

Traveling to a new place without knowing anyone can be a daunting experience, but Granada felt like stepping into a home away from home. The people were welcoming, the culture was easy to adapt to, and the sites seemed to be out of a movie. I loved being able to learn the language in a city that wasn't overwhelming in size and population. It was easy to navigate the city and independently explore. I highly recommend Granada to those who want to experience the Spanish culture, but don't want to be in a huge city.

Pros
  • Medium in size and population
  • Walkable
Cons
  • Granada airport is small and local
  • Hot in the summer
46 people found this review helpful.
Response from CEA CAPA Education Abroad

Hi Alexa! I love how you considered Granada your home away from home. Thanks so much for sharing your feedback with us!

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Alexandra
5/5
Yes, I recommend this program

2022 July 5-Week (UCSD Literature)

I had such an amazing experience! Not only did I learn so much in my classes but I expanded my worldview, became way more confident in my Spanish, and gained experiences that I will talk about for the rest of my life! I strongly believe that everyone can and should study abroad, and this program was perfect for me. There is an opportunity out there for everyone and CEA's website is a great place to start looking. There is an option for just about every location, content area, program type, and language you could ever imagine!

Pros
  • Free tapas at all bars
  • Walkable city
  • Cheap and easy transportation to other nearby cities
Cons
  • Lots of smoking
  • Super super hot in the summer
  • On-site program staff weren't super helpful when I got COVID
71 people found this review helpful.

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