Experience the fascinating diversity of culture, history, architecture, and the warm hospitality of Seville, Spain — a city of 700,000 with a rich and walkable historic city center. This program provides a variety of academic opportunities in both Spanish and English. 

  • Study in Spain with one year of college-level Spanish - language pre-req HISP 112.
  • Internships in Spanish and English!!

In Spain, you will have a great opportunity for academic development, cultural enrichment, and personal growth.

Explore complete Spain-Seville Program details on the CSBSJU-Global Portal.


Our academic program is located at the CEA Seville Center, housed in a historic building located near the famous Royal Alcazar palace and la Giralda cathedral.  Courses will be offered through the CEA Seville Center and the Universidad Pablo de Olavide, where you will study alongside students from CSB+SJU and other US and international universities.

Your learning will come to life through hands-on experiences that turn Seville into a living classroom.  Learn from the  famous museums, monuments, and historic sites throughout southern Spain. The on-site excursions are designed to be an integral part of experiential learning.

Course offerings may vary year-to-year, but students on this program will be able to take courses that meet the requirements of the Hispanic Studies major/minor, along with many requirements of the Integrations Curriculum.  Coursework will be offered in areas such as Art, Business, Communications, Cultural Studies, History, Literature, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Spanish, and Spain and Iberian Studies. Students who wish to take CEA Seville Center or Universidad Pablo de Olavide courses to fulfill a major or minor course requirement must get approval from the Department Chair.


Students on this program must take at least 16 credits.


  • COLG 385 - Study Abroad Seminar (4 cr) (CS, GL, EX) - Offered if Faculty-Led

REQUIRED FOR STUDENTS WHO HAVE NOT COMPLETED HISP 312: Spanish Language Course at Appropriate Level.

  • HISP 215 - Intermediate Spanish I (3 cr)
  • HISP 216 - Intermediate Spanish II (3 cr)
  • HISP 315 - Spanish Conversation Abroad (3 cr)
  • HISP 316 - Topics of Conversation & Composition (3 cr)

ELECTIVE COURSE OPTIONS (Select 9-13 credits)

For course descriptions and more information, refer to the course lists linked above and the CSBSJU-Global Portal. To explore study abroad course options and how they work with the Integrations Curriculum, Common Curriculum, and departmental requirements, check out our new CGE Study Abroad Course Database. 


All students on this program have the opportunity to complete a 4 credit, 160-hour pre-professional, field-based internship.  These personalized internship placements are available in English and Spanish, and are coupled with an internship course that includes face-to-face career coaching and self-directed course content, activities and assignments.  The work environments available to CEA interns cater to a variety of majors and include the various business sectors, not-for-profit, political, public sector and creative organizations. Develop practical skills in fields such as Accounting, Advertising, Agriculture, Anthropology, Arts, Broadcasting, Business Management, Communication, Culture, Data Management, Design, Education, Environmental Studies, Exercise, Finance, Food Science, Health, Hospitality, International Relations, Journalism, Law, Marketing, Mathematics, Media Technology, Museum Studies, NGO & Development, Non Profit Administration, Political Science, Psychology, Public Relations, Publishing, Sales, Social Sciences, Social Services, Sports Science, and Tourism.  Through CEA's internship placements, you will build professional skills, increase industry knowledge, and gain experience working in a new and exciting culture abroad.  Learn more about the benefits of a CEA internship.


Participants will live individually in Spanish homes. Students will be provided with their meals (three meals a day, seven days per week) when in their Spanish home. This arrangement for meals in their Spanish home for the duration of the academic program is included in the cost of the program; however, on excursions students will be responsible for their meals.  Students will live within a 20-30 minute walk of the CEA Seville Center.  

Financial Considerations

During a semester abroad, CSB+SJU students pay the same tuition as if on campus. Instead of paying CSB+SJU Housing and Meal Plan, all students studying abroad pay an Education Abroad Program Fee.  Find Program Fee information on the CSBSJU-Global Portal

Students should plan early for a successful study abroad experience.  Financial aid and scholarships may be available to help with the program costs, but must be searched out well in advance.

Explore Further

Spring 2024 Program Director Information

Dr. Shannon Smith is an Associate Professor of History and studies protest, race, and gender in the U.S. She led the London study abroad program in Fall 2019 and is excited to lead a group to Sevilla. She loves to learn new ways of seeing the world through travel and looks forward to exploring spaces and places in Spain with you!