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The Universidad de Cádiz traditionally belonged to the University of Western Andalusia, centralized within the Rectorado of Seville. It gained its independence and became the Universidad de Cádiz in the early 1980s. The University has been welcoming international students for almost 50 years.
The foreign language department continues to expand and attract more and more international students each year. The main branch of the three-campus university system is located in Cádiz. Students can enjoy the feel of this modern campus, which still retains the old world charm of this fascinating city.
This location is a good fit for a motivated student and traveler with intermediate to advanced Spanish speaking abilities.
API Scholarships and Financial Aid Information
API awards approximately $500,000 in study abroad scholarships annually ranging from $250 -$1,000 per student.
Students in this semester program have the opportunity to take courses from the Advanced Speakers program, which allows the motivated, advanced Spanish speaker who wants to complete their courses in Spanish with local students, and from the Spanish Language and Culture Studies program, which allows students to complete their courses in Spanish with other American students. Courses conducted in English are also available in certain areas of study.
The Language and Culture Program is a great opportunity for the motivated, intermediate to advanced-level Spanish speaker who wants to complete their courses in Spanish with other American students. Students select from a number of courses in Spanish literature, history, and culture, as well as marketing and international business.
The Multidisciplinary Studies Program is a great opportunity for the advanced Spanish speaker who wants to complete their courses in Spanish with local students. Students complete an intensive Spanish language course at the start of the semester and earn 45-90 contact hours. Students then select their 3-4 courses from the many classes offered by the Universidad de Cádiz. Courses conducted in English are also available in certain areas of study.