The La Habana program offers an unparalleled opportunity to visit this enchanting island and legendary city to learn about its culture and society. It will also provide a unique occasion for understanding firsthand the multiple layers of history that make Cuba significant in North America and in Latin America.
The courses and your experiences outside the classroom will focus on the history and society of Cuba, with particular attention focused on exploring the impact of slavery and Cuba’s African roots on its culture and religions, as well as the present-day political and economic factors Cuba faces in its future. This is your opportunity to examine not only the history of former Spanish colonies, but also the twentieth-century, during which Cuba played a significant geopolitical role.
- Explore this fascinating Caribbean nation with complex, interesting politics and history
- Study from the ground level the impact of African, Spanish, and American influences on Cuban culture and society
- Enjoy the stunning natural beauty of this tropical island—its beaches and bays, lush vegetation, mountains, plains, and robust agricultural areas
- Join field trips to significant nearby areas in Cuba
New Program: Comparative Studies: Uruguay and Cuba Summer Session
USAC Scholarships and Financial Aid
USAC awards over $2 million in scholarships and discounts each year to assist students with their study abroad expenses.