Study in Barcelona with Spanish Studies Abroad

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Park Guell with Felician University students
Park Guell with Felician University students
Summer 2019 watersports
Summer 2019 watersports
Activity with intercambios
Activity with intercambios
Fall 2019 students on excursion to Montserrat
Fall 2019 students on excursion to Montserrat
Summer 2019 students at UPF
Summer 2019 students at UPF
Spanish Studies Abroad-Study in Barcelona, Spain
Spanish Studies Abroad-Study in Barcelona, Spain


Experience the bustling metropolis of Barcelona while taking classes in English or in Spanish at Universitat de Pompeu Fabra or at Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, alongside other international students. Advanced students may also complement their schedules taking classes with Spanish students.

Spend a semester or summer term studying the Spanish language, and taking classes in Spanish or English in business, education, social sciences, humanities, STEM, design and more. Spanish Studies Abroad's on-site Resident Director provides ongoing support throughout your program and cultural immersion through activities and study tours.

  • Semester, Academic Year, May Term and Summer Term offered
  • Classes in English & Spanish
  • Classes in language & literature, business, information technologies, biomedical sciences, pre-law communication and more!
  • Local speaking partner (intercambio)
  • No Spanish language prerequisite; GPA and class standing requirements apply


Spanish Studies Abroad Scholarships
Spanish Studies Abroad Financial Aid

Study abroad does not have to be out of your reach financially but understand the burdens that have been placed on students. This is why Spanish Studies Abroad has awarded over $230,000 in scholarships since 2001.

$500 - $1,500

Questions & Answers


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  • Fun 10
  • Housing 8
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Yes, I recommend this program

I can't forget Barça

The SSA staff were all fantastic and very easy to talk to. They wanted to make sure I succeeded and were always very friendly. My host mother was kind and I really enjoyed her cooking. My classes weren't too difficult or too easy. I really enjoyed the subjects and relished field trips. Overall, the city was unbelievably fun and entertaining. Barcelona is a great place to go if you're LGBT. I budgeted my money well in this mid range European city and didn't need to sacrifice good food and drinks to do it. I would go back in a heartbeat.

What would you improve about this program?
1 on 1 check ins could be done with greater frequency.