Studying abroad is essential for students to become truely proficient in a
second language. The Spanish faculty is always eager to assist students in formulating
plans for study in the country and program of their choice. We also have a relationship
with the Instituto KLAC, a small language school in Cordoba, Spain, where Westminster
students enjoy individualized classes and excellent homestays. Most recently
other students have studies at various locations in Costa Rica, Guatemala, Mexico,
and Spain. Length of study ranges from one semester to one month. Credit is
awarded on a individual basis depending on length of study.
Study Abroad Links
LARCOS Cordoba, Spain
don Quijote In-country language Spanish
Center for study abroad
- Can I receive credit for study abroad?
Yes! However there is a maxium of 12 credit hours that can be applied to a
Spanish minor. Credit for other disciplines will need to be arranged through
the individual academic programs.
- Will the Spanish faculty help me arrange my study abroad?
Absolutely! We all have information and resources to help you in your planning
- Does Westminster have a formal study abroad program?
At present our approach is more individualized. We do recommend certain institutions
where many of our students have studies. For example during May term small groups
of Westminster students studies at KLAC in Cordoba, Spain. This language school
is typically small, individualized, and provides excellent homestays. Students
study from one to two months.
Other Travel Opportunties at Westminster College
Considering a May term abroad next year? Visit the Westminster
College Review magazine (in the Winter 2002 edition available in October 2002) to read about the experiences Westminster students
had this past year.