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  • Barcelona, Spain
Why Barcelona?

Feast your eyes on the many sights of Barcelona! Admire the stunning Modernist architecture of Antoni Gaudí’s Sagrada Familia church, stroll through the whimsical Park Güell, shop the markets and street vendors of Las Ramblas, visit the beautiful beaches—should we continue? You can experience it all here.

What You'll Study

Barcelona will be your classroom. Find yourself at home in the second largest city in Spain, rich with influence in global commerce, education, entertainment, media, fashion, science, and the arts. This program is ideal for experiencing the excitement of life in Barcelona while improving your Spanish language skills.

There are a wide variety of IES Abroad courses available, primarily taught in English by our world-class faculty. You are grouped into language proficiency-based levels to focus your course enrollment options. This also provides a sense of community with your fellow students and challenges you to maximize your learning.

In addition to your Spanish language course, you choose from a variety of English- and Spanish-taught IES Abroad area studies courses, as well as Spanish- and English-taught local university courses to round out your semester. All IES Abroad courses include course-related activities that help you connect coursework with your surroundings. You can also add international work experience to your résumé while earning credit by participating in an internship placement and accompanying academic seminar.

Daily Life

We want you to feel at home in Barcelona, so we do everything we can to help you integrate into local life. From internships to cultural activities, our job is to make sure you have the most authentic study abroad experience possible. As an IES Abroad student, you have the opportunity to live with local residents, who can serve as your hosts and resources to help you make the most of living and learning in Barcelona.

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Why Barcelona?

Feast your eyes on the many sights of Barcelona! Admire the stunning Modernist architecture of Antoni Gaudí’s Sagrada Familia church, stroll through the whimsical Park Güell, shop the markets and street vendors of Las Ramblas, visit the beautiful beaches—should we continue? You can experience it all here.

What You'll Study

Barcelona will be your classroom. Find yourself at home in the second largest city in Spain, rich with influence in global commerce, education, entertainment, media, fashion, science, and the arts. This program is ideal for experiencing the excitement of life in Barcelona while improving your Spanish language skills.

There are a wide variety of IES Abroad courses available, primarily taught in English by our world-class faculty. You are grouped into language proficiency-based levels to focus your course enrollment options. This also provides a sense of community with your fellow students and challenges you to maximize your learning.

In addition to your Spanish language course, you choose from a variety of English- and Spanish-taught IES Abroad area studies courses, as well as Spanish- and English-taught local university courses to round out your semester. All IES Abroad courses include course-related activities that help you connect coursework with your surroundings. You can also add international work experience to your résumé while earning credit by participating in an internship placement and accompanying academic seminar.

Daily Life

We want you to feel at home in Barcelona, so we do everything we can to help you integrate into local life. From internships to cultural activities, our job is to make sure you have the most authentic study abroad experience possible. As an IES Abroad student, you have the opportunity to live with local residents, who can serve as your hosts and resources to help you make the most of living and learning in Barcelona.

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$4 Million in Financial Aid

We firmly believe that financial limitations should not prevent a qualified student from participating in an IES Abroad Program. This is why we commit more then $4 million each year to our financial aid programs.

Academics

Our mission is simple: to provide you with the best study abroad program possible—which includes the highest quality academic and cultural experiences. We offer unique courses that explore Liberal Arts & Business through an in-depth and hands-on approach. Our world-class professors and course options at prestigious local universities enhance your academic experience and provide you with new perspectives each day in class.

The IQS School of Management at the Universitat Ramon Llull is AACSB-accredited.

While in Barcelona, you take 15–19 credits per semester. Our goal is to make sure your academic needs are met. You can craft your own academic experience by selecting from the following course types:

  • Spanish language courses (required, 3-7 credits) are offered at the IES Abroad Center. These courses range from the 100- to the 400-level.
  • Area studies courses (required, 3 credits) are offered at the IES Abroad Center in English and Spanish in a wide range of disciplines.
  • Internships (optional, 3 credits) combine project-based placements in business, international relations & finance, media, service learning, or at an educational organization with a required seminar. (English placements are available. A basic knowledge of Spanish is required for some.)
  • Research Methodology Seminar (optional, 4 credits) involves the guided development of a detailed research project. Available at all language levels for students with a 3.0 GPA or higher.
  • Estudios Hispánicos (Hispanic studies) courses (optional, 1.5-3 credits) are specifically designed for international students. These Spanish and English-taught courses are available at Universitat de Barcelona and Universitat Pompeu Fabra, and in a wide range of disciplines.
  • Local university courses (optional, 1.5-4 credits) are offered in Spanish and English. You take these classes alongside local Spanish students.

CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS
As an added benefit, IES Abroad Barcelona also offers you the opportunity to enroll in a certificate program through our partner university, Universitat Pompeu Fabra.

  • UPF Pre-law Certificate Program (Spring): Honors pre-law program intended to provide pre-law, international relations, and political science majors with an introductory education in the field of international law, European law, and comparative law.
  • UPF International Business Certificate Program (Fall, Spring): Offered to students majoring or minoring in business who wish to acquire an international perspective and a better understanding of successful management practices needed to compete in a global economy. At the end of the semester, you will be awarded a joint certificate from the ESCI International Business School and the UPF Education Abroad Program attesting that you have successfully completed at least two international business courses in Barcelona.

Courses

This is a list of planned course offerings. A final list of course offerings will be made available to you in your MyIESabroad account.

To learn more about IES Abroad’s innovative theoretical and pedagogical approaches to teaching language abroad, refer to the IES Abroad MAP for Language & Intercultural Communication.

Archaeology
Course Name Term Language Credits
AE/HS 250 - Mediterranean History and Heritage Fall, Spring English 3
Art History
Course Name Term Language Credits
AH 223A - Great 20th Century Artists of Catalonia: Picasso, Dalí and Miró Fall, Spring, Summer English 3
AH/HS 251 - Barcelona: The Cosmopolitan City Fall, Spring, Summer English 3
AT/AH 324 - Modernism in Architecture and Design in a Comparative Perspective Fall, Spring English 3
CU/AH 331 - Imagining Medieval Culture: The Communicative Power of Medieval Images Fall, Spring English 3
RL/AH 350 - The Iberian Peninsula: Cultures and Religions Through the Arts Fall, Spring, Summer English 3
US/AH 230 - International Events in Barcelona: An Artistic Perspective Fall, Spring English 3
US/AH 330 - Architecture and Landscape in Barcelona Fall, Spring English 3
US/AH 360 - The City as a Place to Live: The Barcelona Experience Fall, Spring English 3
Anthropology
Course Name Term Language Credits
HP/AN 345 - Catalan Cultural Studies Fall, Spring English 3
PS/AN 340 - Self and Identity in a Postmodern World Fall, Spring English 3
SO/AN 320A - Sports and Society in Spain Fall, Spring, Summer English 3
SO/AN 320B - Sports and Society in Spain Fall, Spring Spanish 3
SO/AN 360 - Banditry and Mafias in the Mediterranean Fall, Spring English 3
Art
Course Name Term Language Credits
AR 225 - Art and Design Fall, Spring English 3
Architecture
Course Name Term Language Credits
AT/AH 324 - Modernism in Architecture and Design in a Comparative Perspective Fall, Spring English 3
Communications
Course Name Term Language Credits
CM 327 - Language, Culture and Communication: The Spanish Perspective Fall, Spring English 3
CM/PG 316 - Photojournalism Fall, Spring English 3
IC/CM 329 - Language, Culture and Communication: Hispanic Cultures and their Societies Fall, Spring, Summer Spanish 3
PO/CM 323 - Campaigning in Europe: From Propaganda to Political Marketing Fall, Spring English 3
PO/CM 335 - Media and Politics in Europe Fall, Spring English 3
Criminal Studies
Course Name Term Language Credits
LW/CR 363 - Crime, Disorder, Policing and Justice: Spanish and European Perspectives Fall, Spring English 3
Catalan Language
Course Name Term Language Credits
CT 101 - Catalan Language for Beginners Fall, Spring Spanish 3
Cultural Studies
Course Name Term Language Credits
CU 351 - Food as an Expression of Culture Fall, Spring English 3
CU/AH 331 - Imagining Medieval Culture: The Communicative Power of Medieval Images Fall, Spring English 3
CU/PS 326 - Dialogues on Difference Fall, Spring English 3
FS/CU 321 - Film and the City Fall, Spring English 3
Economics
Course Name Term Language Credits
EC 341 - The Economic Effects of Spain's EU Membership Fall, Spring English 3
EC 342 - European Regional Economies Fall, Spring English 3
IB/EC 441 - Spain's Economic Development and the EU Fall, Spring English 3
PO/EC 210 - Introduction to the European Union Fall, Spring English 3
SO/EC 340 - Globalized Economy and Migration Fall, Spring English 3
Education
Course Name Term Language Credits
ED/IN 395 - Internship Seminar: Education Fall, Spring English 3
Environmental Studies
Course Name Term Language Credits
GE/ES 311 - Mediterranean Environment Fall, Spring English 3
GE/ES 320 - Mediterranean Oceanography Fall, Spring English 3
GT/ES 361 - Science & Society: A European Perspective Fall, Spring English 3
SO/ES 352 - Sustainability: Challenges and Responses Fall, Spring English 3
Finance
Course Name Term Language Credits
IB/FI 355 - International Finance Management Fall, Spring English 3
Film Studies
Course Name Term Language Credits
FS/CU 321 - Film and the City Fall, Spring English 3
FS/HP 340A - Contemporary Spanish Film Fall, Spring English 3
Geography
Course Name Term Language Credits
GE/ES 311 - Mediterranean Environment Fall, Spring English 3
GE/ES 320 - Mediterranean Oceanography Fall, Spring English 3
Global Studies
Course Name Term Language Credits
GT/ES 361 - Science & Society: A European Perspective Fall, Spring English 3
Hispanic Studies
Course Name Term Language Credits
FS/HP 340A - Contemporary Spanish Film Fall, Spring English 3
HP/AN 345 - Catalan Cultural Studies Fall, Spring English 3
History
Course Name Term Language Credits
AE/HS 250 - Mediterranean History and Heritage Fall, Spring English 3
AH/HS 251 - Barcelona: The Cosmopolitan City Fall, Spring, Summer English 3
HS 215 - History of Europe: Building Contemporary Europe Fall, Spring English 3
HS 332 - War and Dictatorship in Spain Fall, Spring English 3
IR/HS 317 - The American Century: US Policy in Western Europe Fall, Spring English 3
SO/HS 333 - Discrimination and Persecution in Spain and the West Fall, Spring English 3
SO/PO/HS 331 - Understanding Contemporary Spain: Politics, Society, History Fall, Spring English 3
International Business
Course Name Term Language Credits
IB 320 - Strategic Management Fall, Spring English 3
IB 325 - Marketing Management Fall, Spring English 3
IB 334 - The Business of Sports in Europe Fall, Spring English 3
IB 343 - Business Ethics in an Intercultural Framework Fall, Spring English 3
IB 350 - International Marketing: A European Approach Fall, Spring, Summer English 3
IB 360 - Entrepreneurship: A European Perspective Fall, Spring English 3
IB/EC 441 - Spain's Economic Development and the EU Fall, Spring English 3
IB/FI 355 - International Finance Management Fall, Spring English 3
IR/IB 393 - Leading Across Cultures: Principles and Practice Fall, Spring English 3
Intercultural Communication
Course Name Term Language Credits
IC/CM 329 - Language, Culture and Communication: Hispanic Cultures and their Societies Fall, Spring, Summer Spanish 3
IC/PS 260 - Cross Cultural Psychology Fall, Spring English 3
Internship Seminar
Course Name Term Language Credits
ED/IN 395 - Internship Seminar: Education Fall, Spring English 3
IN 395A - Internship Seminar Fall, Spring English 3
IN 395B - Internship Seminar Spring, Fall Spanish 3
International Relations
Course Name Term Language Credits
IR/HS 317 - The American Century: US Policy in Western Europe Fall, Spring English 3
IR/IB 393 - Leading Across Cultures: Principles and Practice Fall, Spring English 3
Literature
Course Name Term Language Credits
LT 252 - Travel Writing in Spain/Europe: Between Self and Other Fall, Spring English 3
LT 370 - The Spanish Picaresque: From Don Quixote to Huckleberry Finn Fall, Spring English 3
LT 375 - Barcelona and the Latin American Literary Boom Fall, Spring Spanish 3
Law
Course Name Term Language Credits
LW/CR 363 - Crime, Disorder, Policing and Justice: Spanish and European Perspectives Fall, Spring English 3
Management
Course Name Term Language Credits
MG 345 - Management Across Borders Fall, Spring English 3
PS/MG 322 - Organizational Behavior: Psychological Approaches in a European Perspective Fall, Spring English 3
Music
Course Name Term Language Credits
MS 201 - The Music of Spain: Diversity, Functionality and the Construction of Cultural Identity Fall, Spring Spanish 3
MS 215 - Introduction to Music: Learning to Listen Fall, Spring English 3
Photography
Course Name Term Language Credits
CM/PG 316 - Photojournalism Fall, Spring English 3
PG 328 - Understanding Photography: Decoding the Still Image Fall, Spring English 3
Political Science
Course Name Term Language Credits
PO 325 - Politics in Spain Fall, Spring, Summer English 3
PO 475 - Democracy in Western Europe Fall, Spring English 3
PO/CM 323 - Campaigning in Europe: From Propaganda to Political Marketing Fall, Spring English 3
PO/CM 335 - Media and Politics in Europe Fall, Spring English 3
PO/EC 210 - Introduction to the European Union Fall, Spring English 3
SO/PO/HS 331 - Understanding Contemporary Spain: Politics, Society, History Fall, Spring English 3
Psychology
Course Name Term Language Credits
CU/PS 326 - Dialogues on Difference Fall, Spring English 3
IC/PS 260 - Cross Cultural Psychology Fall, Spring English 3
PS 350 - Human Development in the Spanish Socio-Cultural Context Fall, Spring English 3
PS 410 - Cultural Perspectives in Psychology Fall, Spring English 3
PS/AN 340 - Self and Identity in a Postmodern World Fall, Spring English 3
PS/MG 322 - Organizational Behavior: Psychological Approaches in a European Perspective Fall, Spring English 3
Research Seminar
Course Name Term Language Credits
RE 496 - Research Methodology Seminar Fall, Spring English 4
RE 499 - Introduction to Research Module Fall, Spring English 1
Religious Studies
Course Name Term Language Credits
RL/AH 350 - The Iberian Peninsula: Cultures and Religions Through the Arts Fall, Spring, Summer English 3
SO/RL 330 - Church and State in Spain from 1492 to the Present Fall, Spring English 3
Service Learning
Course Name Term Language Credits
SL 395 - Service Learning: Internship Seminar Fall, Spring English 3
Sociology
Course Name Term Language Credits
SO/AN 320A - Sports and Society in Spain Fall, Spring, Summer English 3
SO/AN 320B - Sports and Society in Spain Fall, Spring Spanish 3
SO/AN 360 - Banditry and Mafias in the Mediterranean Fall, Spring English 3
SO/EC 340 - Globalized Economy and Migration Fall, Spring English 3
SO/ES 352 - Sustainability: Challenges and Responses Fall, Spring English 3
SO/HS 333 - Discrimination and Persecution in Spain and the West Fall, Spring English 3
SO/PO/HS 331 - Understanding Contemporary Spain: Politics, Society, History Fall, Spring English 3
SO/RL 330 - Church and State in Spain from 1492 to the Present Fall, Spring English 3
Spanish
Course Name Term Language Credits
SP 101 - Spanish Language in Context: Novice Abroad I Fall, Spring Spanish 4
SP 102 - Spanish Language in Context: Novice Abroad II Fall, Spring Spanish 4
SP 102I - Spanish Language in Context: Novice Abroad II Intensive Fall, Spring Spanish 7
SP 201 - Spanish Language in Context: Novice Abroad III Fall, Spring Spanish 4
SP 301 - Spanish Language in Context: Emerging Independent Abroad I Fall, Spring Spanish 4
SP 301I - Spanish Language in Context: Emerging Independent Abroad I Intensive Fall, Spring Spanish 7
SP 302 - Spanish Language in Context: Emerging Independent Abroad II Fall, Spring Spanish 4
SP 323 - Business Spanish: Emerging Independent Abroad Fall, Spring Spanish 4
SP 324 - Business Spanish: Independent Abroad Fall, Spring Spanish 4
SP 325 - Spanish for Global Health: Independent Abroad Fall, Spring Spanish 3
SP 342 - Spanish Grammar Through Composition: Independent Abroad Fall, Spring Spanish 4
SP 347 - Spanish Conversation: Emerging Independent Abroad Fall, Spring Spanish 4
SP 351 - Spanish Language in Context: Independent Abroad I Fall, Spring Spanish 4
SP 351I - Spanish Language in Context: Independent Abroad I Intensive Fall, Spring Spanish 7
SP 410 - Spanish for Heritage Speakers: Emerging Competent Abroad Fall, Spring Spanish 4
SP 444 - Creative Writing Workshop: Short Stories in Spanish Fall, Spring Spanish 3
SP 471 - Spanish Through Theater Fall, Spring Spanish 4
Urban Studies
Course Name Term Language Credits
US/AH 230 - International Events in Barcelona: An Artistic Perspective Fall, Spring English 3
US/AH 330 - Architecture and Landscape in Barcelona Fall, Spring English 3
US/AH 360 - The City as a Place to Live: The Barcelona Experience Fall, Spring English 3

Partner Institution(s)

You may enroll in courses at the following local partner institutions.

Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB)*
University Courses in English

University Courses in Spanish

*Please note that registration for UAB courses take place before the application deadline. Students interested in enrolling in UAB courses are encouraged to apply early.

Universitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF): ESCI
University Courses in English

Universitat Pompeu Fabra: Hispanic Studies
University Courses in English 

University Courses in Spanish

Universitat de Barcelona (UB): Hispanic Studies
University Courses in English

University Courses in Spanish

Universitat Ramon Llull: IQS Business School URL
(AACSB Accredited Institution)

University Courses in English

Universitat Ramon Llull: Tourism School Sant Ignasi
University Courses in English

Universitat Ramon Llull: LaSalle Business School
University Courses in English

Universitat Ramon Llull: Faculty of Communication Blanquerna
University Courses in English

Universitat de Vic (UVic)
University Courses in English

Field Trips & Events

Although your adventure begins in Barcelona, our DiscoverIES take you to other great cities in and around Spain. DiscoverIES bring you closer to the Barcelonan and Spanish culture through a broad array of activities that merge together the academic insight provided by field trips and the guidance of our faculty. They provide contrast and context for what you are learning in Barcelona.

Trips are organized by language level and conducted in English or Spanish accordingly. One of these trips is subsidized by IES Abroad. Additional DiscoverIES are partially subsidized by IES Abroad. Here are a few possible destinations.

Al-Andalus
4 Days | Fall & Spring
The south of Spain is an area of warm people, flamenco, tapas and abundant history and art. Visit three of its most beautiful and iconic cities: Granada, Cordoba and Seville.

Costa Brava
3 Days | Fall & Spring
Visit Greek and Roman ruins, the medieval city of Girona, and the “dreamland” of Salvador Dalí between Barcelona and the French border.

Garrotxa
1 Day | Fall
Explore volcanic terrain and hike through the forest of this northeastern county of Catalonia.

Mallorca
3 Days | Fall
The island of Mallorca offers visitors exquisite beaches, stunning art and architecture, and views that will inspire.

Montserrat
1 Day | Spring
Spend the day hiking the mountain of Montserrat.

Tarragona
2 Days | Fall & Spring
Experience Tarragona, one of the best preserved ancient Roman sites in Spain. On the way there, stop at the Ebro Delta, where millions of birds stop along their yearly voyage from Northern Europe to Africa.

The Basque Country & Navarre
4 Days | Fall & Spring
Discover the unique gastronomy of the Basque Country, learn from artisans who elaborate local delicacies, and attempt to create (with your own hands) the meals that make up this rich culinary tradition.

Note: IES Abroad DiscoverIES destinations,activities and lengths of stay may vary according to term and availability.

Daily Life

Part of making you feel at home in Barcelona is doing our best to help you feel safe and cared for. Whether it is an orientation program that makes you feel prepared, housing that is well-located and comfortable, or our DiscoverIES that take you to places off the beaten path—we’re all about our student services.

Orientation

The program begins with an orientation that introduces you to the IES Abroad Barcelona staff, your fellow students, and the city of Barcelona. Topics such as academics, housing, transportation, and health and safety are covered during this time.

Additionally, CORE™, IES Abroad’s Comprehensive Orientation & Re-entry Experience, begins during orientation and continues throughout the semester with activities focusing on cultural adjustment, goal achievement, and preparing for the return home. Also, during the first week of the semester, intensive Spanish language courses meet daily in small groups to help you to develop your language skills.

You will also meet our Barcelona cultural companions or tutores culturales, who will join you on DiscoverIES and help you get to know the Spanish culture.

A study journey is included as part of orientation. Past destinations have included Tarragona, Valencia, and Girona

Get to Know Your New City

Have Fun in the Sun

Spend time strolling and swimming under the sun along Barcelona's four miles of sandy beaches.

Hike Mount Juic

A climb up this hill offers spectacular views of the city. From here, you can also explore several great museums and the beautiful buildings from the 1992 Olympic Games.

Check Out Some Live Music

From huge festivals to hole-in-the-wall venues, playing everything from electronica to punk, there’s more to Barcelona’s music scene than its iconic Rumba Catalana.

Appreciate the Art

Home to numerous works by Pablo Picasso, the surreal sculptures of Joan Miró, and the fantastic, dreamlike architecture of Gaudi, there’s plenty of art—indoors and out—to inspire you.

Eat, Drink, and Eat Some More!

Catalan cuisine consists of savory stews, fresh seafood, delicious jamón, spicy potatoes, olives, and so much more. Wash it down with a cold orxata (a refreshing drink made from the tiger nut plant).

Housing

We want to make sure that your greatest challenge is deciding which landmarks to see first or discovering the best café—not finding a place to live where you feel comfortable. We do our best to locate housing that is reflective of how the local students are living. Our goal is that when you leave Barcelona, it will feel like home.

Homestays – Normally, two or three IES Abroad students live in a home with local residents and students share a double room. You are provided two meals a day (breakfast and dinner) while the program is in session.

Residence Halls – You live with Spanish and/or other IES Abroad students. Rooms in residence halls are double and triple occupancy. Meal plans vary among the different halls. Placements are limited, and an additional fee applies for this housing option.

Apartments – You live with three or four other IES Abroad students in double rooms. A Barcelona Cultural Companion or tutor cultural may also live in the apartment to help you with cultural integration. Apartments have fully-equipped kitchens, and meals are not provided. Placements are very limited, and an additional fee applies for this housing option.

Extracurricular Activities & Cultural Events

DiscoverIES

DiscoverIES are a unique blend of course-related trips (for class) and cultural field trips. With this hybrid experience, you have the ability to understand the culture in the context of your coursework.

With 60+ DiscoverIES per semester, you have the exciting opportunity to familiarize yourself with Barcelona through cultural activities led by IES Abroad Barcelona professors. Visit the city’s many influential buildings, learn about its one-of-a-kind history, and become part of the Spanish and Catalan culture.

DiscoverIES are also a great way to meet and spend time with other students on your program, as well as IES Abroad Barcelona staff and professors. These optional activities are either free or highly subsidized.

Past examples of DiscoverIES include:

  • Discover the Quadrat d’Or, or Golden Square, in a guided tour in the Eixample District, an exceptional area that focuses on Barcelona’s Modernist style (Art Noveau) at the end of the 19th century and beginning of the 20th century
  • Enjoy a Flamenco workshop, where you’ll learn a few basic dance steps, the history behind the dance and attire, and taste traditional Andalucían fare
  • Hike Tibidabo, the tallest mountain in Serra de Collserola, tour the Modernist and Neogothic Sagrat Cor Temple, and visit the oldest amusement park in Spain
  • Visit an organic farm and learn about sustainability with an IES Abroad professor

Volunteer Abroad

When you volunteer in Barcelona, you have the chance to make a difference in the local community while meeting new people and gaining a new perspective on the world. If you are passionate about volunteering abroad, just let the on-site staff know at the beginning of your term.

Past volunteer opportunities in Barcelona include:

  • Visit a children’s hospital
  • Serve dinner for the homeless
  • Give English lessons to underprivileged young people
  • Organize food drives at local supermarkets
  • Provide lunch for the elderly without family

Program Cost

Consider these prices as a starting point. We encourage you to contact your study abroad office to determine the actual cost to you when factoring in financial aid, scholarships, your home school policies, and other factors.

Term: Spring 2018
Term Tuition Housing Insurance Total
Spring 2018 $14,420 $2,700 $230 $17,350


Term: Fall 2017
Term Tuition Housing Insurance Total
Fall 2017
Academic Year
$13,975
$25,140
$2,995
$5,990
$230
$455
$17,200
$31,585

Use our budget worksheet to calculate your costs

$4 Million in Financial Aid

We firmly believe that financial limitations should not prevent a qualified student from participating in an IES Abroad Program. This is why we commit more then $4 million each year to our financial aid programs.