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Deusto University of Deusto

Study abroad in Spain

Intensive Spanish Programs

Bilbao @ CIDE, University of Deusto, February 2016


Spain and Bilbao

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University of Deusto

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CIDE Programs

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Semester Programs

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Summer Programs

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Housing and Medical Insurance

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Orientation and Advising

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Application and Admission

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Contact Information

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Why Study Abroad in Spain? Country of Contrasts Spain has always been a country of contrasts, crossroads, and meeting points: the cradle of Europe, looking towards Africa, intimately Mediterranean, always Atlantic. Despite its present commitment to the European Union, Spain has forgotten neither its identity nor its universal vocation. Spanish people are open, tolerant and spontaneous, which means that the country is in a continuous process of redefinition.

Landscape, Art, and Culture Sun and rain, blue and green... Living by day and night, Spain is the most entertaining country in Europe, with 65 million visitors a year seeking the sun along its 1,200 miles of beaches, its art in every corner, and a wealth of monuments – old towns and old quarters, charming villages, castles and cathedrals, natural hospitality, excellent cuisine, delicious wines... So welcome to Spain, a mixture of languages and cultures, of customs and illusions, of tradition and modernity. Spain is both creative and dynamic: a country of many countries, of endless diversity.

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Alumni voices ✎

«I love Bilbao. It has absolutely everything you could want - mountains, beaches, art, history, culture, a great night life, and great food… Bilbao turned out to have the perfect mix of everything - scenery, culture, and history.» Matthew Eames, Summer Program

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«In Bilbao, you can expect nothing less than great people, great times and an even greater city… The people are extremely friendly and the city has much to offer, from hiking, surfing, fútbol, art and more… You really need to give it a chance and see for yourself… You will be having the time of your life in Bilbao» Nicholas Howard, Spring Program

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University of Deusto The University of Deusto is located in the heart of the city, across from the Guggenheim Museum. Founded by the Jesuits in 1886, its century-old building, combining a classic and noble architectural style with the most advanced technology in its interior, was used by

Frank O. Gehry as a point of reference for the harmony of the stone component which, alongside the titanium and glass, defines the Guggenheim Museum. The two buildings look at each other face to face, making the bond between tradition and progress a reality.

Downtown Bilbao and Location of the University of Deusto

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Academics The University of Deusto has been a pioneer in the academic scenario in Spain, always trying to give an answer to the professional and human demands of its students. A good example of that is the fact that it was the first Spanish university to offer business studies. The Business School, founded in 1916, is still one of the most prestigious business centers in Spain. Together with Business and Economics, the University of Deusto offers degrees in Law, Engineering, Psychology, Education, and Social Sciences. With over 10.000 students, the university also offers numerous specialized Diplomas, Masters, and Ph.D. programs. Ever since its modest beginnings, the University of Deusto has valued quality over quantity. It has also aimed at the integration and full development of individuals, as well as their professional and research training.

International Projection The University of Deusto is well-known in Spain and in Europe, partly due to the international network of student exchanges in which Deusto is included. Further bilateral agreements with U.S. and Latin-American universities make it possible for the university to host an increasing number of students every year. Every year the University hosts around 1,000 international students, from 100 different countries.

Student Facilities • Library • Computer labs • Wi-Fi • Sports department • Cultural and leisure activities • Solidarity projects • Travel agency • Bookstore • Cafeteria

Since the University of Deusto has always granted fundamental importance to its international projection, it currently leads numerous International academic projects which are amongst the most highly valued in the European Union.

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International Spanish Center Centro Internacional de Español - CIDE

Academic Programs The main goal of our programs is to offer international students a wide selection of interesting courses, and to favor an enriching cultural immersion experience. • Spanish Language and Culture (Academic-year, Semester, or Summer Programs) • Business, International Relations and Spanish Language (Academic-year, Semester, or Summer Programs) • Spanish Language and Culture for Spanish Teachers (Summer Program)

Our Programs address international (non-exchange program) students. They combine Spanish Language courses at all levels (elementary to high-advanced, 2-3 hours per day) with courses taught in Spanish and English that are specifically designed for international students in areas such as Hispanic and Basque culture, literature, grammar, international relations, economy, and business. In Semester Programs, students can also take courses with Spanish students at different Schools of the University of Deusto.

Spanish Language Teaching CIDE Programs enjoy the prestige and quality that characterize the University of Deusto, which is endorsed by a long-standing tradition in language teaching, and by its status of host venue of Instituto Cervantes, the official institution that regulates the dissemination of the Spanish language in the world and certifies students’ proficiency in Spanish through the D.E.L.E. Exams (Spanish as a Foreign Language Certificates).

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Methodology • Small groups • Individual supervision • Highly qualified faculty • Combination of theory and practice

Credit Transfer Upon the completion of any CIDE Program, students will receive an Official Academic Transcript from the University of Deusto, so that the credits earned at Deusto can be trasnferred to their home University.

Credit System U.S. Credits: 1 credit >15 class sessions (50 minutes) + homework ECTS (European Credit Transfer System): 1 credit >25 study hours (in and outside the classroom)

Extracurricular Services All CIDE Programs include guided cultural visits, medical insurance, housing service, and academic and personal orientation (before and throughout the student’s stay at the University of Deusto).

Alumni voicesvoices Alumni ✎

«The courses I took not only increased my level of Spanish, but also increased my interest in the Spanish language! Prior to Deusto, I had not declared a major or minor in Spanish at my home university, but after my experiences in Deusto, I declared a double major in Spanish when I returned to my home university.» Breanne Montanez, Spring Program

✎ «I took Spanish IV and Culture and Politics in Contemporary Spain, and I learned so much! I very much enjoyed both classes, and the experience was much more immersive than other Spanish classes I have taken. I feel like the greatest progress I have ever made in my Spanish took place over the course of this program.» Melissa Manley, Summer Program

«You can only find interesting classes run by high quality professors at Deusto. Not enough good things can be said about the professors! They really know their material and have a great way of relating it to students. I wish they would go on an American tour.» Natalie Skobel, Spring Program

✎ «I greatly enjoyed my courses at the university. The professors were highly qualified and brought a lot of vast language and cultural experience to the classes. I learned a lot of Spanish both in conversation with professors and students, but also in context. Using and learning the language was an important aspect of the program!!!» Patrick Brown, Summer Program

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Cultural and Linguistic Immersion CIDE favors students’ active participation in university and city life by providing them with information about cultural activities:

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«I participated in the tandem program while at the University of Deusto and also did some volunteer work through my Service Learning class. Both of these programs helped me immerse into the culture and allowed me to meet fascinating new people!»

Student Activities in the University of Deusto CIDE organizes information sessions and advising about the activities and workshops offered at the University in areas such as: • Sports: intramural championships (soccer, basketball, tennis, chess), student hiking group, etc. • Culture: theater workshop, choir, Basque dances… • Volunteering: student groups and activities in the areas of volunteering, cooperation and ecology.

Cultural Events in Bilbao and Surroundings Students are provided with updated information regarding all kinds of cultural events taking place in the city.

Giselle Martínez, Fall Program

«The Garate International Project - I became very involve d with this project and yes it did help my immersion experience. I was able to meet many international and local students outside of my program. I was able to make new friend s and learn so much about other cultures! It was fantastic.» William Nichols, Fall Program

Tandem Program and Conversation Exchanges Conversation exchanges that promote integration with local students are organized both in the Spanish Conversation courses and as an autonomous learning opportunity.

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«I was involved in the Tandem program. It helped to see Bilbao through the eyes of someone, my age, who lives there everyday. She also took me to places where I wouldn't even think to visit!!» Lisa Killingsworth, Fall Program

«I participated in the choir at the University of Deusto. It did help my immersion experience because I felt more like an actual student at the university rather than just someone visiting. I was able to make friends who were either from Bilbao or somewhere in Spain.» Deanna Lucas, Spring Program


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Courses specific to the CIDE Program

Office of Student Assistance

Extracurricular activities in the University (sports, cultural groups…)

Access to regular University of Deusto courses with local students

Conversation Exchange Program with local students

Use of study rooms, library, computer rooms, Wi-Fi

Airport pick-up (on scheduled arrival dates and times)

Internship Program in Education or Business

Housing information and reservation (Residence Hall, family, or shared apartment)

Guided excursions

Information on the Official Exams of Instituto Cervantes (D.E.L.E. Exams)

University of Deusto ID Card

Academic and personal advising

Weekly information on local cultural and leisure activities

Medical insurance


Spanish Language and Culture Program CIDE Courses Students can take 12-19 credits (4-6 courses) among the following:

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Spanish I (100): • Elementary Spanish I • Elementary Spanish II • Elementary Spanish III

4 U.S. Credits / 6 ECTS 3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS 3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS

Spanish II (200): • Intermediate Spanish I • Intermediate Spanish II • Intermediate Spanish III

4 U.S. Credits / 6 ECTS 3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS 3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS

• Fall Program: September through mid-December • Spring Program: January through mid-May

Spanish III (300): • Advanced Spanish • Advanced Composition • Advanced Conversation

4 U.S. Credits / 6 ECTS 3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS 3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS

Spanish IV (350): • Advanced Spanish • Advanced Composition • Advanced Conversation

4 U.S. Credits / 6 ECTS 3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS 3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS

Academic Spanish

3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS (Spring Program only)

Business Spanish**

3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS

Culture, Politics and Economy in Contemporary Spanish Society *

3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS

Basque Culture and Language*

3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS

Europe in the World**

3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS

Introduction to Hispanic Linguistics ***

3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS

Survey of Spanish Literature***

3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS (Fall Program only)

Introduction to the Analysis of Hispanic Literature***

3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS

Spanish Cinema and Literature***

3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS (Spring Program only)

Spanish through Gastronomy**

3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS

Spanish through Drama***

3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS

Service Learning: Social Participation and Development***

4 U.S. Credits / 6 ECTS

Internship in Business***

4 U.S. Credits / 6 ECTS

Internship in Education***

4 U.S. Credits / 6 ECTS

* This course is open to all students, regardless of their level of Spanish. ** The student must be registered for Spanish II or have an equivalent level of Spanish. *** The student must be registered for Spanish III or have an equivalent level of Spanish.

CIDE also offers the chance to take regular University courses in Spanish or English with Spanish students (usually 3 U.S. Cr./ 5 ECTS aprox.) in different areas, such as: • Literature, History, and Society • Psychology • Education • Religious Studies • Law • Business Economics International research opportunities and unpaid TAships are also available for students who are chosen by their professors in their home university.

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Courses specific to the CIDE Program

Office of Student Assistance

Extracurricular activities in the University (sports, cultural groups…)

Access to regular University of Deusto courses with local students

Conversation Exchange Program with local students

Use of study rooms, library, computer rooms, Wi-Fi

Airport pick-up (on scheduled arrival dates and times)

Internship Program in Education or Business

Housing information and reservation (Residence Hall, family, or shared apartment)

Guided excursions

Information on the Official Exams of Instituto Cervantes (D.E.L.E. Exams)

University of Deusto ID Card

Academic and personal advising

Weekly information on local cultural and leisure activities

Medical insurance

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Business, International Relations and Spanish Program CIDE Courses Students can take 12-19 credits (4-6 courses) among the following:

Dates • Fall Program: Septem ber through mid-December • Spring Program: Janua ry through mid-May

Courses taught in English International Marketing

3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS

International Financial Systems

3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS

Economy of the European Union

3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS

Transatlantic Relations: The USA and the EU

3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS

International Business

3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS

Organizational Behavior

3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS

Courses taught in Spanish Culture, Politics and Economy in Contemporary Spanish Society *

3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS

Basque Culture and Language*

3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS

Spanish through Gastronomy**

3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS

Spanish through Drama***

3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS

Business Spanish**

3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS

Europe in the World**

3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS

Service Learning: Social Participation and Development***

4 U.S. Credits / 6 ECTS

Internship in Business***

4 U.S. Credits / 6 ECTS

* This course is open to all students, regardless of their level of Spanish. ** The student must be registered for Spanish II or have an equivalent level of Spanish. *** The student must be registered for Spanish III or have an equivalent level of Spanish.

Spanish I (100): • Elementary Spanish I • Elementary Spanish II • Elementary Spanish III

4 U.S. Credits / 6 ECTS 3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS 3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS

Spanish II (200): • Intermediate Spanish I • Intermediate Spanish II • Intermediate Spanish III

4 U.S. Credits / 6 ECTS 3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS 3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS

Also available: courses with Spanish students in Business and International Relations. Taught in English or Spanish.

4 U.S. Credits / 6 ECTS 3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS 3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS

Contingent upon each semester’s specific offer.

Spanish III (300): • Advanced Spanish • Advanced Composition • Advanced Conversation Spanish IV (350): • Advanced Spanish • Advanced Composition • Advanced Conversation Academic Spanish

4 U.S. Credits / 6 ECTS 3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS 3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS 3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS (Spring Program only)

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Course Descriptions Courses Open To Both Programs (Spanish Language and Culture, and Business, International Relations and Spanish)

Semesters Program

Spanish Language I-IV 10 U.S. credits / 16 ECTS The main goal of these courses is to help students develop their communicative competence in Spanish through practice in the four language skills (listening, speaking, reading, and writing). All functional and grammatical contents will be approached from a communicative perspective, which will require active participation of students in class at all times. Upon arrival, students will take a language test to be placed in the Spanish course that best suits their needs. The courses are aimed at students with the following levels of Spanish: • an elementary level of Spanish or no Spanish (level I) • an upper elementary level of Spanish (level II) • an intermediate level of Spanish (level III) • an advanced level of Spanish (level IV)

Academic Spanish 3 U.S. credits / 5 ECTS (Spring Semester) The aim of the course is to develop practical aspects related to academic writing. It is specially aimed at students who have completed their Spanish requirements and already have a high advanced level of Spanish, and wish to consolidate their knowledge in order to achieve a high degree of linguistic competence at the university level.

Culture, Politics and Economy in Contemporary Spanish Society 3 U.S. credits / 5 ECTS This course offers an introduction to Spanish culture and civilization so that students can become familiar with the social, economic and political structures of Spain today. The focus will be placed on some specific aspects which make Spain both appealing and richly varied: its recently-restored ancestral monarchy, its organization in autonomous areas (which may be a solution to historical conflicts), or the fact that it is one of the main tourist destinations in the world and, at the same time, the country of Don Quijote, Don Juan, Lorca, bullfighting and soccer. All these features of life, history and politics will be analyzed in the course.

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Basque Culture and Language

3 U.S. credits / 5 ECTS

The history of the Basque Country has come a long way from the ancient times before the Roman conquest of the Peninsula to the present day. What we can see nowadays is a highly modernized European country which is going through a promising time. The course will help students become familiar with Basque geography, history and economy, as well as with the Basque culture, traditions and language (euskera, an ancient language of unknown origin). These topics, whose aim is to offer a global vision on the Basque Country, will be dealt with by means of group activities and discussions.

Spanish through Gastronomy 3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS The main goal of the course is to improve students’ communicative and cultural competence in Spanish. Meal times and the development of personal and professional relations around meals are very important aspects of the Spanish culture. Students will become familiar with Spanish food culture by focusing on vocabulary and grammar structures pertaining to the topic, as well as on habits and traditions in different regions in Spain. They will also get to know the process of cooking some of the most typical dishes of Spanish cuisine and, particularly, of Basque cuisine (tortilla de patata, paella, natillas…).

Business Spanish 3 U.S. credits / 5 ECTS The objective of the course is to help students improve their communication skills in the area of business. The course is mainly based on a reader containing material taken from various sources, which specifically addresses the use of the language in the different fields of the working world. The communicative approach (both oral and written) will be used in the classroom. The class will focus on the four language skills: listening and written comprehension, writing and oral skills. The reader will be implemented with complementary material taken from newspapers, magazines, and/or other textbooks of Business Spanish, according to the interests and necessities of students.

Spanish through Drama 3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS The main goal of the course is to improve students’ communicative competence in Spanish. Students’ work will focus on literary, drama, and cultural contents by means of tasks based on actual excerpts of plays by renown Spanish speaking playwrights from different literary periods (mainly, but not necessarily, from the 20th century). Excerpts will be analyzed as literary texts, but also as samples of aspects of Spanish culture (with an emphasis on interculturalism), and as potential starting points of new texts to be created by students. At the end of the course, some or all of the new scenes will be performed by students for their program mates.

Europe in the World 3 U.S. credits / 5 ECTS The goal of the course is to provide a general vision of current Europe in the world at different levels. It will focus on the analysis of the European Union both as the main and practically only European actor in the international scenario, and as one of the main most recent experiences in terms of social organizations. The so-called European social and economic model and the limits of the European Union will also be addressed, as well as the role of the E.U. in the field of foreign relations.

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Experiential Learning Courses Open to Both Programs (Spanish Language and Culture, and Business, International Relations and Spanish) *Advanced level of Spanish required

Service Learning: Participation and Development 4 U.S. credits / 6 ECTS The objective of the course is to favor a holistic training of students as individuals, professionals and citizens. It focuses on developing attitudes and values such as opening up to social reality and sensitivity towards global injustice, social exclusion, and the situation of the victims of such reality. The course will be based on the service learning methodology, and includes a solidarity service that aims at meeting actual community needs and favoring students’ learning process through experience.

Internship in Business

4 U.S. credits / 6 ECTS

Addressees: Students with a background in areas such as Business, International Relations, Economics, or Public Relations who wish to experience a work environment related to their professional interests. Goal: The internship seeks to complement the student’s academic background with an active participation in a work setting. Students will gain professional self-awareness through observation, participation and analysis of professional activities, and through the interaction with colleagues in a work environment related to their field. Subject areas: In past programs, students have completed their internships in Spanish companies, in areas such as: • Accounting & Finance • Business • Public Relations • Computer Sciences

• Marketing • International Relations • Hotel Management

• Culture / Art • Tourism • Technology

Please contact CIDE for further information, application procedures, and fees.

Internship in Education

4 U.S. credits / 6 ECTS

Addressees: Students who wish to double major in Spanish and Education at their home university. Goal: The internship focuses on the observation of Spanish or English language classes, and on the active participation of students as teachers in English classes, in primary or secondary education centers. Through these activities, selected readings, written assignments, and regular meetings with their advisor, students will acquire useful skills for their future career as teachers. Please contact CIDE for further information, application procedures, and fees. 18


Courses Specific to the Spanish Language and Culture Semester Program Introduction to Hispanic Linguistics

3 U.S. credits / 5 ECTS

The goal is to provide students with a high level of Spanish with a basic knowledge of linguistics. It consists of a general introduction to Spanish linguistics, the nature of language, and linguistic analysis, and will survey some of the major areas of linguistics, such as Phonetics and Phonology, Morphology, and Syntax. The syllabus will cover both theoretical and practical issues, and will focus on the development of students’ analytical skills. In order to achieve this goal, all theoretical classes will be implemented with practical (individual) exercises which will enhance students’ understanding of the main linguistic notions.

Survey of Spanish Literature

Introduction to the Analysis of Hispanic Literature 3 U.S. credits / 5 ECTS

3 U.S. credits / 5 ECTS (Fall Semester) The main goal of the course is to provide students with knowledge about the different periods in Spanish Literature from its beginning, with a special emphasis on Golden Age (16th and 17th centuries) movements and trends, and also to help them explore the cultural, social, and literary values shown on the selection of representative works from those periods. Furthermore, literary texts will offer students the chance to develop their reading and discussion techniques, and will also be the basis of the written papers to be assigned by the instructor, who will offer guidance on these assignments.

The main goal of the course is to improve students’ ability to use techniques for reading, writing, and analyzing literary texts by means of appropriate methodological and critical tools, as well as to help them to acquire a general knowledge of Spanish and Latin American literature of all periods. There will be a special emphasis either on the period from medieval times to the 19th century, or on 19th and 20th century through representative works from different genres. By analyzing those texts, students will also explore the underlying social, cultural, and literary values shown in them.

Spanish Cinema and Literature 3 U.S. credits / 5 ECTS (Spring Semester) The first half of the course shows the links between cinema and literature by means of the analysis of the constituents (languages and expression techniques) of those works of art that are books and movies. In the second half, taking the history of cinema as a time referent, the course will focus on the artistic manifestations throughout the 20th century, both by looking at movie adaptations of literary works and by analyzing the use of movie techniques in the Spanish literature. 19


Courses Specific to the Business, International Relations and Spanish Semester Program International Financial Systems 3 U.S. credits / 5 ECTS (Taught in English) The course attempts to analyze the structure of the Financial System, studying the different markets and products it offers in order to allow flows of capital. Students will acquire a framework for understanding the Financial System, its evolution and products, and will be able to assess financial instruments in a simple way. The concepts discussed in this course are a sound basis for anyone wanting to work in financial markets or instruments. Furthermore, students will be able to fully understand the main debates surrounding financial issues.

International Marketing 3 U.S. credits / 5 ECTS (Taught in English) The key challenge companies have to face is the acquisition and nourishment of profitable relationships with their customers. Organizations with a strong marketing orientation and a clear brand strategy are the strongest competitors in the market and are typically the leaders in their sector. Effective marketing management is an increasingly key ingredient in corporate success. This course is an introduction to the theory and application of marketing in a global marketplace. Marketing topics covered include marketing research, marketing strategies, marketing policies (product development, pricing, channels and communication) among others. Furthermore, the last part of the course will be dedicated to a critical view of marketing and the way global companies have been acting during the last century and a half in our planet and the consequences for the future.

Economy of the European Union 3 U.S. credits / 5 ECTS (Taught in English) The course aims at studying the theoretical framework for the process of European integration, as well as offering a general overview of the E.U. as a global actor and of how it works. The E.U. budget will be analyzed as an economic instrument to accomplish the E.U. objectives. The internal market and the common competition policy will also be studied. Throughout the course, the role of the E.U. as one of the most important global actors in the world trade will be emphasized. The course will also provide a brief presentation of the most important sectorial policies developed by the E.U. in fields like agriculture, regional and social improvement. Finally, students will reflect on the relevance of the opinion of civil society in the E.U. decision-making process. 20


Transatlantic Relations: The U.S.A. and the E.U. 3 U.S. credits / 5 ECTS (Taught in English) The aim of the course is to provide a general framework for the relations between the U.S. and the E.U. In order to do so, landmark documents and economic relations between those partners will be analyzed, taking into account the importance of the transatlantic flow of goods, services, and investments. The point of view of the U.S. and the E.U. concerning environment will also be studied, as well as how the issue of fighting terrorism is handled by both partners by analyzing the different responses given by western democracies to international terrorism after the 9/11 attacks. Finally, the course will focus on the foreign affairs policy of the two countries.

International Business 3 U.S. credits / 5 ECTS (Taught in English) This course seeks to help students understand the strategic issues and tradeoffs in a global context and assess the strategic performance of global companies. It is intended to cover two basic learning dimensions: the first one seeks to improve student´s ability to understand the present global environment and, therefore, be able to identify, analyze, and execute strategies in the global business environment. Secondly, students will be led to understand the strategic management of global companies. The course draws on a number of different academic disciplines including economics, political science, international finance, trade and relations, cultural dimensions, etc. The goal of the approach for students is to understand globalization and its implications for firms from a transdisciplinary focus, all integrated into and understood from a systemic perspective of reality.

Organizational Behavior 3 U.S. credits / 5 ECTS (Taught in English) Organizational Behavior contributes to an organization’s success by improving the performance and well-being of its people. Common research and practice areas for Organizational Behavior include Job Analysis, Personnel Recruitment and Selection, Work Motivation, Leadership and Executive Coaching, Human Resources (HHRR), and Group/Team Performance, among others. The purpose of this course is to give students a general overview of organizational behavior, by enhancing learning about people in organizations and helping students prepare themselves to be organizational leaders.

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Bilbao City landmarks + Guggenheim Museum (Day Tour)

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Fishermen’s Wharf and Beaches (Day Tour—Fall Program only)

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Towns and Landscape (Day Tour—Spring Program only)

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Historical Renowned Sites Gernika and Mundaka (Day Tour)

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South of France Saint-Jean de Luz and Biarritz (Day Tour—Fall Program only)

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South of France Bayonne (Day Tour—Spring nly) Program only)

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Madrid*, capital of Spain with multiple landmarks such as Plaza Mayor, Puerta del Sol, and its well-known museums, eg, El Prado.

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Toledo*, historical city where the visitor can enjoy architectural jewels, such as the magnificent cathedral.

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Segovia*, a city where vestiges of the Roman era, as the picturesque aqueduct, are still kept.

[*Fall Program: Madrid & Toledo: 3-day Tour] [*Spring Program: Madrid & Segovia: 3-day Tour]

• Travel expenses • Admission tickets to museums and historical landmarks • Lunch (on one-day tours) • Hotel accommodations and all meals (on overnight excursions)


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End of June-July

Airport pick-up (on scheduled arrival dates and times)

Use of study rooms, library, computer rooms, Wi-Fi

Guided excursions / Cultural visits

University of Deusto ID card

Academic and personal advising

Housing information and reservation (Residence Hall or family)

International Summer School language immersion activities with local students (sports, conversation exchange program‌)

Room and board for the length of the course

OfďŹ ce of Student Assistance

Medical insurance


CIDE Courses Students can take 3-7 credits (one or two courses) among the following: Spanish I (100 - 150)

4 U.S. credits / 6 ECTS

Spanish II (200 - 201)

4 U.S. credits / 6 ECTS

Spanish III (300 - 301)

4 U.S. credits / 6 ECTS

Spanish IV (350)

4 U.S. credits / 6 ECTS

Culture and Politics in Contemporary Spain*

3 U.S. credits / 5 ECTS Includes a component of Basque Culture

Spain in Europe**

3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS

Introduction to Hispanic Literature***

3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS

Spanish Literature: 20th Century***

3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS

Advanced Spanish Grammar, Composition and Translation***

3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS

Advanced Spanish Conversation***

3 U.S. Credits / 5 ECTS

* This course is open to all students, regardless of their level of Spanish. ** The student must be registered for Spanish II or have an equivalent level of Spanish. *** The student must be registered for Spanish III or have an equivalent level of Spanish.

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Course Descriptions Spanish I-IV 4 U.S. credits / 6 ECTS The goal of these courses is to enable the students to comprehend and produce written and oral messages commonly used in daily life within a communicative framework, which will favor and require their participation. It is aimed at students at: • an elementary level of Spanish or no Spanish (level I) • an upper-elementary level of Spanish (level II) • an intermediate level of Spanish (level III) • an advanced level of Spanish (level IV)

Culture and Politics in Contemporary Spain 3 U.S. credits / 5 ECTS The course offers an introduction to Spanish culture and civilization so that students become familiar with the social, economic and political structures of Spain today. Our study will be focused on some specific aspects which make Spain both appealing and richly varied: its recently-restored ancestral monarchy, its organisation in autonomous areas which may be a solution to historical conflicts, the fact that it is one of the main tourist destinations in the world and, at the same time, the country of Don Quijote, Don Juan, Lorca, bullfighting and soccer. The course will also offer an introduction to Basque culture: geography, history and culture.

Spain in Europe 3 U.S. credits / 5 ECTS This course will analyze the current situation of the process of integration in Europe, as well as the role of Spain in the building of this new Europe. After the characterization of the European Union within the area of international organizations, we will review the main steps in the process of integration to the present day. There will also be an analysis of the institutions that make the system work and of their main working areas and the EU budget. The position of Spain in this process will also be studied.

Introduction to Hispanic Literature 3 U.S. credits / 5 ECTS The main goal of the course is to improve students’ reading, writing, and analytical skills, and their use of appropriate methodological instruments for the interpretation of literary texts, as well as to help them acquire a general knowledge of two specific moments of Spanish and Latin American literature through representative poetic and fiction works. By analyzing these texts, students will also explore the underlying social, cultural, and literary values on them. 26


Spanish Literature in the 20th Century 3 U.S. credits / 5 ECTS The course will focus on last century’s Spanish literature. We will begin by introducing the main problems of the time, the socio-political context, the aesthetic and artistic trends of the century, etc., and will also analyze some very significant texts. Unamuno and Machado will lead us to the study of the intense literary movement of 1898, Lorca and other writers will help us understand the so-called Generation of 1927, we will study post-war literature through the existentialist poems by Dámaso Alonso, through the social poetry of Blas de Otero, and also through the plays of Buero Vallejo, the most important Spanish playwright of the last decades; finally, the end of the 20th century will be analyzed through different fiction and poetry texts by current women writers.

Advanced Spanish Grammar, Composition and Translation 3 U.S. credits / 5 ECTS This course is aimed at advanced students of Spanish who wish to improve their knowledge of Spanish grammar and its use in the Spanish speaking world. The course is designed to offer theoretical explanations of crucial aspects of Spanish grammar; while doing so, we will point out the main differences with English (if any), and practice these structures in the context of ‘English to Spanish’ and ‘Spanish to English’ translation by using different techniques/strategies according to the type of text. The final versions of the texts translated into Spanish will be revised with the criteria that apply to regular compositions, so that the students can rewrite them to yield a prose that reads like Spanish and sounds like Spanish. This will allow students to establish a more solid foundation in their knowledge of Spanish grammar/vocabulary; at the same time, they will be more aware of the formal and stylistic features of different types of texts in both languages.

Advanced Spanish Conversation 3 U.S. credits / 5 ECTS This course is aimed at advanced students of Spanish who wish to develop their oral skills in Spanish. The main aspect of the course will be the discussion of relevant topics about the present Spanish society, economy and politics, and the practice of oral presentation strategies through team work on cultural topics. In addition, discussion topics will be proposed after reading press news or literary texts, and watching audiovisual material (news reports, documentaries and short movies) that will help students to form an opinion and develop their argumentative skills in Spanish. Finally, we will work on our conclusions producing different types of oral texts in order to consolidate classroom content.

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2 1 3

5 4

Bilbao

7 6

1

Bilbao City landmarks + Guggenheim Museum (Day Tour)

2

Fishermen’s Wharf and Beaches (Day Tour)

3

Historical Renowned Sites Gernika and Mundaka (Day Tour)

4

Pamplona* The Running of the Bulls

5

San Sebastian*

[*Pamplona & San Sebastian: one-day tour]

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Madrid*, capital of Spain with multiple landmarks such as Plaza Mayor, Puerta del Sol, and its well-known museums, eg, El Prado.

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Segovia*, a city where vestiges of the Roman era, as the picturesque aqueduct, are still kept.

[* Madrid & Segovia: 3-day Tour]

W hat is inclu de d • Travel expenses • Admission tickets to museums and historical landmarks • Lunch (on one-day tours) • Hotel accommodations and all meals (on overnight excursions)

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Excursions Summer Culture Language Tour


Summer Program in Business, International Relations Dates and Spanish

End of June-Jul

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W hat is ed inclu d Airport pick-up (on scheduled arrival dates and times)

Use of study rooms, library, computer rooms, Wi-Fi

Guided excursions / Cultural visits

University of Deusto ID card

International Summer School language immersion activities with local students (sports, conversation exchange program…)

Housing information and reservation (Residence Hall or family) Room and board for the length of the course

Field trips to companies

Academic and personal advising

Office of Student Assistance

Medical insurance

Courses Students can take 3-7 credits (one or two courses) among the following: Courses taught in English International Business

3 U.S. credits / 5 ECTS

Spain’s Society and Economy in the European Union

3 U.S. credits / 5 ECTS

Courses taught in Spanish Spanish for Business and International Relations

3 U.S. credits / 5 ECTS

Spanish I (100-150)

3 U.S. credits / 5 ECTS

Spanish II (200-201)

3 U.S. credits / 5 ECTS

Spanish III (300-301)

3 U.S. credits / 5 ECTS

Spanish IV (350)

3 U.S. credits / 5 ECTS

Advanced Spanish Conversation*

3 U.S. credits / 5 ECTS

*The student must be registered for Spanish III or have an equivalent level of Spanish.

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Course Descriptions Spanish I-IV

3 U.S. credits / 5 ECTS

The goal of these courses is to enable students to comprehend and produce written and oral messages commonly used in daily life within a communicative framework which will favor and require their participation. It is aimed at students at: • an elementary level of Spanish or no Spanish (level I) • an upper-elementary level of Spanish (level II) • an intermediate level of Spanish (level III) • an advanced level of Spanish (level IV)

International Business 3 U.S. credits / 5 ECTS (Taught in English) This comprehensive course offers an engaging look into new and traditional strategic management topics. Its thorough coverage helps students develop an understanding of the wide range of theories and research available in this field—from competitive strategy and industry analysis to environmental trends and ethics. Integration of international issues provides an essential understanding of global economics and its impact on business activities in any location. Special attention is focused on the analysis of US and European firms through the discussion of case studies, as well as other topics related to industrial analysis, such as strategy formulation and implementation, evaluation and control, international entrepeneurship, and technological innovation.

Spain’s Society and Economy in the European Union 3 U.S. credits / 5 ECTS (Taught in English) This course offers an introduction to Spanish society and economy. We will begin by analyzing several specific aspects about Spain’s population and political situation during the last decades. Subsequently, different issues in Spanish current economy will be discussed. Since 1975, Spain has undergone important changes: the restoration of the monarchy, and the establishment of a democratic political system, as well as the integration in the European Union. These features of life, history, politics, and economy will be analyzed during the course, both in the classes and on the tours.

Advanced Spanish Conversation Spanish for Business and International Relations 3 U.S. credits / 5 ECTS

(Taught in Spanish)

The objective of the course is for students to improve communication skills in the business area in Spanish. It aimed at students who have achieved an advanced level of Spanish and need to expand their command of the language in the area of commerce and management. The course will consolidate and enrich the knowledge that students have of the Spanish language, enabling them to use it actively in the area of the Spanish professional world and the field of Spanish business.

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3 U.S. credits / 5 ECTS This course is aimed at advanced students of Spanish who wish to develop their oral skills in Spanish. The main aspect of the course will be the discussion of relevant topics about the present Spanish society, economy and politics, and the practice of oral presentation strategies through team work on cultural topics. In addition, discussion topics will be proposed after reading press news or literary texts, and watching audiovisual material (news reports, documentaries and short movies) that will help students to form an opinion and develop their argumentative skills in Spanish. Finally, we will work on our conclusions producing different types of oral texts in order to consolidate classroom content.


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5 4

Bilbao

7 6 8

Guided Excursions 1

Bilbao City landmarks + Guggenheim Museum (Day Tour)

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Fishermen’s Wharf and Beaches (Day Tour)

3

Historical Renowned Sites Gernika and Mundaka (Day Tour)

4

Pamplona* The Running of the Bulls

• Biscay Technology Park

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San Sebastian*

• Marques del Riscal Wineries

[*Pamplona & San Sebastian: one-day tour]

Visits to Companies The academic program is complemented by three guided visits to companies or institutions. These visits are open to all Business, International Relations and Spanish Summer Program students. Some of the companies and institutions visited in the previous Summer Programs: • Mondragon Cooperative Society

• Bilbao Stock Market • Basque Automotive Industry Cluster

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Madrid*, capital of Spain with multiple landmarks such as Plaza Mayor, Puerta del Sol, and its well-known museums, eg, El Prado.

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Segovia*, a city where vestiges of the Roman era, as the picturesque aqueduct, are still kept.

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Toledo*, historical city where the visitor can enjoy architectural jewels, such as the magnificent cathedral.

[* Madrid & Segovia or Toledo: 3-day Tour]

W hat is inclu de d • Travel expenses • Admission tickets to museums and historical landmarks • Lunch (on one-day tours) • Hotel accommodations and all meals (on overnight excursions)

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Spanish Language and Culture for Teachers of Spanish Dates July (3 weeks)

Course Description

The course (60 h.) is aimed at teachers of Spanish as a foreign language seeking to increase their teaching resources through a dynamic immersion experience in the Spanish social and cultural context. Class activities, which will be very practical and full of academic content, will be implemented by other out-of-the classroom activities (visits to landmarks, popular festivals, food tasting tours…) that will allow teachers to get to know the reality of Spanish culture and society at first hand.

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Welcome orientation

Use of study rooms, library, computer rooms, Wi-Fi

Academic and personal advising

Housing information and reservation (Residence Hall)

Office of Student Assistance

Room and board for the length of the course

Guided excursions / Cultural visits

Medical insurance


Modules Aspects of the Spanish Language and their Teaching An in-depth approach to the knowledge and use of the Spanish language through practical principles and exercises, and the analysis of their teaching according to different methodologies.

Multicultural Spanish An approach to the knowledge of the Spanish society and regional variety, with an emphasis on its cross-cultural nature, by means of dynamic activities in and out of the classroom.

Teaching Resources for the Classroom A practical approach to up-to-date teaching resources in different formats to be used in the Spanish language classrooms (cinema, literature, press, audiovisuals‌)

New Technologies for Spanish Language Classes An overview on state-of-the-art technologies for Spanish language classes, with an emphasis on their use in an easy, practical, and fun way.

Oral Spanish

Guided Excursions and Activities 9Guided visit to historical and avantgarde Bilbao: Old Quarter and Ensanche.

9Day visit (including lunch) to San Millan de la Cogolla (La Rioja), birthplace of the Spanish language, located in a region of renown wines.

9Food tasting tour: pintxos (tapas). 9Visit to the Guggenheim Museum: Spain in the context of national and international contemporary art.

9 Visit to the Fine Arts Museum of Bilbao.

9 Tour along the Way of St. James in Bilbao: History, art and religion.

9 Visit to a local school and talk about how it is run, curriculum, trilingual education context‌

Note For further optional visits and information regarding the program, please check our website at www.cide.deusto.es/profesores

Intensive practice of the spoken language in order to improve oral competence. The class will consist on conversation exchanges with University of Deusto faculty.

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Housing and Medical Insurance Before your arrival in Bilbao, the CIDE staff will provide you with detailed information about the different housing options available for Program participants. They will process all the applications and remain available to try to solve any difďŹ culties that might arise.

Residence Hall Coed dorm located close to campus. All rooms are single and have a bathroom. Three daily meals, bed linen and towels are provided. Facilities include the following: washing-room (washers and iron available), library, study room, TV room, computer room (free Internet access), and gym. 24-hour Reception Service available.

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Family Stay In downtown Bilbao or nearby areas connected by subway. This is an excellent option for those students who want to experience family life in Spain, whether they prefer to be moderately or very involved in the household. Housing in single or shared room (depending on availability). Three daily meals and washing of clothes are included. Bed linen and towels are provided. Telephone service for incoming calls.

Room in Shared Apartment Privately owned, furnished apartments. Usually in downtown Bilbao. Single or shared room (depending on availability). Access to common areas: kitchen, livingroom, bathroom... Bed linen, towels and blankets provided only in some cases.


Alumni voices Alumni voices

Health and Medical

Insurance

«My host family was the most amazing family I could have ever asked for!! My host parents were always so nice and fun! My host sister and I are obviously best friends. My two host brothers and I got close. […] We went to Orduña for birthday parties and family get-togethers. I met everyone in the family! We would have dinner with the grandparents every weekend. They would all talk to me so much, and it was great for me to really focus and understand the whole conversation.» Brittany Sunderman, Summer Program

«I stayed in an apartment with three other students. Two of whom were Spanish and one was Romanian. They were all studying at the Universidad de Pais Vasco. I was able to get close to my Romanian roommate and I was able to hang out with her friends. This allowed me to make friends with people from Brazil, Portugal, Sweden and many more places around the world. I thought it was a great experience living in an apartment with other students because it still gave me the freedom I wanted while allowing me to make new connections.»

All CIDE students are provided with a Travel Assistance Insurance Policy with medical coverage by the University of Deusto. This Policy has worldwide coverage (except for the student’s home country). In general, it covers regular visits to physicians, unless these visits are due to a chronical disease or a checkup. Students are seen by doctors at private hospitals / clinics. Medicines prescribed by the doctor are totally covered by the insurance policy.

Deanna Lucas, Spring Program

«My host family went above and beyond. My parents came to visit Bilbao, and my host mom, […], gave us a full-day tour of Bilbao and Noja, which is a beach area about an hour away. My host family was very helpful and eager to make my stay comfortable and educational. It was a priceless experience […]» Julie Chamberlain, Summer Program

«The dorm life was wonderful because of the students I met. They were always willing to help me with anything and included me in various activities.» Jeffrey Winther, Spring Program

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Orientation and Advising Pre-Departure Information

Orientation Upon Arrival

Once their preregistration material is received by CIDE, students will be provided with practical information concerning their trip to Spain, their host city, Bilbao, and the University of Deusto, where they will be taking courses.

On the first days of the Program, students will receive plenty of useful information to get around the city and start getting to know some aspects of the Spanish way of life: • Orientation sessions will cover issues related to the facilities and services offered by the University (library, Internet access, study rooms...), as well other practical issues, such as transportation, health, and housing. • Guided visits in order to provide students with a first contact with the city center and Bilbao’s surroundings.

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Academic Advising

On-site support team

CIDE Academic Advisors will explain important issues related to courses, credits, class schedule, and academic regulations. Furthermore, they will assist students in their selection of courses and registration on the first weeks of the Program. Throughout the term, the CIDE Academic Advisors will be available for help with academic related issues.

CIDE staff will be available for consultation in case students have trouble in their everyday life in Bilbao, especially when they come up with personal issues they do not wish to talk about openly in a scenario of a student assistance office, but rather in a more confidential atmosphere.

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Alumni voices ✎

«It was the greatest time of my life, and CIDE organized it very well. I have to thank them for how much effort they put into making sure that we had a great experience».

Patrick Sullivan, Fall Program

«My study abroad experience was amazing! I was really nervous before I left, but when the semester was over I didn’t want to leave! I loved Bilbao, and the CIDE staff was so friendly and helpful. I significantly improved my Spanish […]. I’m so glad I went!»

Emily Laird, Spring Program

«[…] Particularly the staff at CIDE was incredibly helpful and made me feel at ease. When I had an issue with the courses that I was assigned a member of the CIDE team fixed my problem right away and ensured that I felt comfortable with everything that I was doing. The program in Bilbao and the time I spent at the University of Deusto was one of the greatest experiences of my life and I would highly recommend this study abroad program».

Alexandra Coppola, Summer Program

«First and foremost, the CIDE program staff and instructors were above and beyond my expectations. I felt as if they truly had the student’s best interests at heart – always there for help and even a good laugh».

Jillian Theil, Spring Program

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Application and Admission Application Procedures Application instructions can be found at the CIDE website (www.cide.deusto.es). Applications will be reviewed and evaluated by a screening committee.

How to Travel to Spain Once you are accepted in the CIDE Program, you will receive different e-mail messages that will provide you with important information, such as the exact airport where you will be picked up by a Program representative upon your arrival (either the Madrid or Bilbao airport, depending on the Program). You should purchase your plane ticket as soon as possible in order to make sure you are getting the lowest possible fare.

Passport and Visa In order to travel to Spain, you need a valid passport. You need to make sure the expiration date of your passport is later than the date of your return. Students without a European Union passport need to apply for a student visa at the nearest Spanish Consulate in their country. In order to apply for a visa, students need a valid passport. Getting a visa can take up to three months, so it is extremely important for you to apply for one immediately after you receive a letter from CIDE officially confirming your status as a University of Deusto student. For information about the proceedings, we recommend that students contact a Spanish Embassy or Consulate. Please check the following link in order to find your closest Embassy or Consulate: http://www.exteriores.gob.es/Portal/ es/ServiciosAlCiudadano/Paginas/ embajadasconsulados.aspx

Program Fees For information regarding program fees, please check our website or contact the Study Abroad coordinator at your university. You are welcome to contact us directly (see next page). Discounts for: • Students staying for a whole academic year • Alumni

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Contact us Please contact us for further information about the admission process, application deadlines, or any other aspect of our Programs: Centro Internacional de Espa単ol - CIDE Universidad de Deusto Avda. Universidades, 24 48007 Bilbao (Spain) Phone: +34 944 139 092 E-mail: cide@deusto.es Visit our website at www.cide.deusto.es Follow us at: CIDE.UniversidadDeusto DeustoCIDE blogs.deusto.es/cide deustocide * The content of this brochure is for informational purposes only and does not constitute a legally-binding document. CIDE-University of Deusto reserves the right to make any changes affecting courses, dates, or other aspects mentioned in this brochure.


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Study Abroad in Spain. Intensive Spanish Programs in Bilbao  

CIDE Programs enjoy the prestige and quality that characterize the University of Deusto, which is endorsed by a long-standing tradition in l...

Study Abroad in Spain. Intensive Spanish Programs in Bilbao  

CIDE Programs enjoy the prestige and quality that characterize the University of Deusto, which is endorsed by a long-standing tradition in l...

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