The Spanish Language and Culture course gives students a wide breadth of activities of a different kind. In the morning, there will be seminars related to Spanish history, art and culture, as well as talks about the Spanish economy. All this shall be accompanied with a Spanish language course.
In the afternoon, students will visit the most emblematic sites of Toledo, taking advantage of Toledo’s rich history and culture. Toledo was declared a “World Heritage Site” in 1986.
The commemoration of the 400th anniversary of the Spanish writer, Miguel de Cervantes and the selection of Toledo as the “Gastronomic Capital” of Spain for 2016 rounds out this extensive program by allowing students to have the opportunity to visit places outside of the city and end enjoy activities related to Spanish food and culture.
Module 1: Overview of the History of Spain, Art and Literature
Module 2: Key Aspects Necessary in the World of Finance
Module 3: Spanish Culture, Festivals, and Holidays