Toledo: Intermediate Spanish
Sponsor: University of Chicago
Location: Toledo, Spain
The University of Chicago's Toledo Program is ideal for students who want to study Spanish intensively in a completely Spanish-speaking environment. Instruction in the Toledo Program is geared towards the intermediate level; students live with local families, receive daily Spanish language instruction by the staff of the Fundacion José Ortega y Gasset, and observe a no-English rule.
Spanish majors and minors must discuss their study abroad plans with a departmental adviser.
To apply, Northwestern students must:
- Complete an NU Study Abroad Application by the appropriate deadline
- Complete a University of Chicago application by the program's deadline
1 year (completion of Spanish 101-3 or 115-2) or the equivalent of college-level Spanish.
Fall 2014: $22,465
Billed by Northwestern: $18,485
- Tuition: $11,785
- Room & partial board: $4,200
- SAAF: $2,500
Estimated additional costs: $3,980
- Additional meals: $1,000
- Airfare: $1,200
- Local transportation: $290
- Books & supplies: $130
- Personal expenses: $1,055
- Visa: $160
- HTH: $145