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Why Barcelona?

As a global city in Spain, Barcelona is an important place for international relations, as well as international business and commerce. Due to the city’s mix of Spanish, English, French, and more, it has strong political ties with the rest of Europe and beyond. It's also the site of a strong regional government and active EU participation. And with its mix of cultures, Barcelona offers the unusual opportunity to see how regional, national, and international views are intertwined.

What You'll Study

On this program, you can take courses on a wide range of topics including politics, regionalism, international security, international business and relations, and many others. Imagine taking in all that Barcelona has to offer while taking exciting courses, like Campaigning in Europe: From Propaganda to Political Marketing or Globalized Economy & Migration. All of our courses feature course-related trips and faculty-led visits to government offices and institutions.

You also have the extraordinary opportunity to take Spanish- or English-taught courses at Universitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF) and Universitat Ramon Llull (URL), which both offer strong faculties in Political Science and International Relations. All of our partner universities in Barcelona offer courses in a wide variety of disciplines.

Enhance what you learn in the classroom and add international work experience to your résumé by participating in an optional internship placement and accompanying seminar. Possible placements include working in NGOs or not-for-profit organizations, law associations, and more.

A wide variety of other disciplines are offered, as well. So you can supplement your study of Political Science and International Relations with courses from our Liberal Arts & Business Program while in Barcelona.

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$5 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 $5 million to our financial aid programs.

Academics

Our mission is 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 Arts and Culture through an in-depth and hands-on approach.

Our world-class course options at prestigious local universities enhance your academic experience and provide you with new perspectives in class each day.

While in Barcelona, you take 15-19 credits per semester and all courses are worth 3 credits unless otherwise specified. Language courses are taught in Spanish.

Create your own academic experience by selecting from the following required and optional components:

  • IES Abroad Spanish language course at your proficiency level (required, 3-7 credits)
  • English- or Spanish-taught IES Abroad area studies courses (optional, 3 credits each)
  • Research Methodology Seminar (optional, 4 credits) Involves the guided development of a detailed research project. Available at all language levels for students with a 3.5 GPA or higher.
  • Partner university courses
    • For International Students Only (optional, 3 credits each) These Spanish- and Englishtaught courses are designed for international students. They are available at the Universitat de Barcelona and Universitat Pompeu Fabra in a wide range of disciplines.
    • With Local Students (optional, 2-3 credits each) These courses, taught in English and Spanish, allow you to take classes with local students.
  • Internship placement and seminar (optional, 3 credits) Possible placements may include:
    • Event Management
    • Marketing
    • Not-for-Profit Organizations

**You must register for one course within the disciplines of Political Science & International Relations

**In addition to your program’s specified coursework, you can take any of the area studies courses offered through our Liberal Arts & Business Program.

 

Courses

This is a list of planned course offerings and these courses are taught at the IES Abroad Center by local faculty. A final list of course offerings will be made available to you in your MyIESabroad account.

In addition to your program’s specified coursework, you can take any of the elective courses offered through our Liberal Arts & Business Program.

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.

Art History
Course Name Term Language Credits
US/AH 230 - International Events in Barcelona: An Artistic Perspective Fall, Spring English 3
Anthropology
Course Name Term Language Credits
SO/AN 360 - Banditry and Mafias in the Mediterranean Fall, Spring English 3
WS/AN 336 - Gender and Culture in Spain and the Mediterranean Fall, Spring English 3
Communications
Course Name Term Language Credits
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
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
Environmental Studies
Course Name Term Language Credits
GE/ES 311 - Mediterranean Environment 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
Geography
Course Name Term Language Credits
GE/ES 311 - Mediterranean Environment Fall, Spring English 3
Global Studies
Course Name Term Language Credits
GT/ES 361 - Science & Society: A European Perspective Fall, Spring English 3
History
Course Name Term Language Credits
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 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
IR/IB 393 - Leading Across Cultures: Principles and Practice Fall, Spring English 3
Internship Seminar
Course Name Term Language Credits
IN 395A - Internship Seminar Fall, Spring English 3
IN 395B - Internship Seminar Fall, Spring 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
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
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
PS/MG 322 - Organizational Behavior: Psychological Approaches in a European Perspective Fall, Spring English 3
Religious Studies
Course Name Term Language Credits
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 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 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
Women's Studies
Course Name Term Language Credits
WS/AN 336 - Gender and Culture in Spain and the Mediterranean Fall, Spring English 3

Partner Institution(s)

Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB)

The Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona was established in the late 1960s and since then has become one of the most dynamic universities in Spain. Made up of more than 25 schools, faculties, and associated centers, it is the only real campus-based university in Barcelona. UAB requires a minimum enrollment of two courses.

UAB has two campuses in Barcelona. The courses that are offered at the Sant Pau (20 minutes by Metro from our Center) and Eixample (10 minutes walking from our Center) campuses are primarily in the disciplines of Business, Economics, Politics, and the Humanities. Courses are taught in English and Spanish. These campuses are located in the central area of the city of Barcelona.

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

Courses are available at the UAB in the following discipline areas:

  • Finance
  • History
  • International Business
  • Management
  • Political Science

For a full list of UAB course offerings, please see the UAB section on the Liberal Arts & Business Academics page.

Universitat de Barcelona (UB)

Even though Universitat de Barcelona was founded in 1450, the present central building was not inaugurated until 1871 and is located in the city center. Today the university has four campuses in different parts of the city. UB is particularly interested in fostering international relations, and for many years has been the leader among European universities in a number of student exchanges.

UB offers an Estudios Hispánicos program taught in Spanish and English for students with intermediate and advanced levels of Spanish. These courses are offered only to international students and are based on Spanish and Latin American culture. Classes take place in the main UB campus located 10 minutes walking distance from the IES Abroad Barcelona Center.

English taught courses are available in the following discipline areas:

  • Economics
  • Geography
  • Hispanic Studies
  • History
  • Political Science

For a full list of UB course offerings, please see the UB section on the Liberal Arts & Business Academics page.

Universitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF)

Universitat Pompeu Fabra  was founded by the Catalonian government in 1990 and is a public institution. It is named after the scholar who established the grammar of the modern Catalan language, and enrolls approximately 10,000 Spanish and international students.

Courses are offered by different university departments and are taught in English and in Spanish. Course availability and language of instruction is dependent on the program you are enrolled in and your language level. UPF is a 15-minute commute by Metro or a 20-minute walk from our Center.

Please note that students interested in enrolling at UPF must register for a minimum of two courses.

Universitat Pompeu Fabra: Regular Courses
Regular courses in Spanish are available in the following faculties:

  • Communication
  • Economics and Business
  • Geography and History
  • Law
  • Modern Languages
  • Philosophy
  • Political Sciences and Sociology

Universitat Pompeu Fabra: Estudios Hispánicos
Courses are available for international students in the following discipline areas:

  • Communication
  • Economics
  • History
  • Law
  • Marketing
  • Political Science

For a full list of UPF course offerings, please see the UPF section on the Liberal Arts & Business Academics page.

Universitat Ramon Llull (URL)

Universitat Ramon Llull is a private school founded in 1990. At URL, courses are designed for Spanish students at the undergraduate level. Courses are taught in English and Spanish and are available to you in a variety of disciplines. Course availability and language of instruction is dependent on the program you are enrolled in and your language level. Classes are taught at different campuses, and range from a 10-minute walk to a 30-minute Metro ride from our Center.

Universitat Ramon Llull: Regular Courses
Regular courses taught in Spanish are available at the following faculties. A limited range of regular courses are also available in English:

  • Business Management
  • Communication
  • Economics
  • Finance
  • International Relations
  • Marketing
  • Philosophy
  • Psychology

Universitat Ramon Llull: IQS Business School
IQS Business School is an AACSB accredited institution and courses are offered only during the fall semester. Courses are designed for local and international students in English and are offer in the following discipline areas:

  • Economics
  • International Business
  • Law
  • Management

Universitat Ramon Llull: Tourism School Sant Ignasi-Esade
These courses are offered for local university students and international students in English. Courses are offer in the following discipline areas:

  • Finance
  • International Business
  • Public Relations

Universitat Ramon Llull: LaSalle Business School
These courses are offered for local university students and international students in English. Courses are offer in the following discipline areas:

  • Economics
  • Finance
  • International Business
  • International Relations
  • Management
  • Public Relations

Universitat Ramon Llull: Blanquerna School of Communication and International Relations
The Blanquerna campus is located in the center of Barcelona, near the IES Abroad Barcelona Center. These courses are offered for local university students and international students in English and Spanish. Courses are available in the following discipline areas:

  • Communication
  • International Relations

For a full list of URL course offerings, please see the URL section on the Liberal Arts & Business Academics page.

Universitat de Vic (UVic)

Universitat de Vic is an independent state-supported educational institution. It offers 32 bachelor’s degrees in the fields of Arts & Humanities, Science, Health Sciences, Social Sciences, and Engineering. At UVIC, you can enroll in courses taught in English for international students. Courses are available to you in Business, Design, and Innovation. All courses take place in the BAU School of Design, located 20 minutes by Metro from the IES Abroad Barcelona Center.

University courses taught in English:

  • Business
  • Design
  • Fashion
  • Innovation
  • Management
  • Marketing

For a full list of UVIC course offerings, please see the UVIC section on the Liberal Arts & Business Academics page.

Internships

Interning while you study in Barcelona gives you a rewarding job experience with a wealth of long-lasting career benefits. You will:

  • Gain a better understanding of the real-life, everyday culture of your host country
  • Add global work experience and skills to your résumé or your application for graduate school
  • Improve your confidence

All of our internships are supervised and earn IES Abroad credit. You participate in a 3-credit seminar to complement the practical experience you gain during the internship.

Personalized Placements
Once you indicate your interest in an internship, we work with you to find the ideal internship placement that fulfills your academic and career goals. We’ve placed students with a wide variety of organizations and businesses. If we don’t currently work with a business or organization in your field of interest, we will search for a placement that’s right for you.

Placement Examples
Past students have interned in the following fields. Don’t see your field here? Just talk to your IES Abroad Advisor—we are always seeking out new opportunities for our students.

  • Business Development/ International Business
  • Engineering & Technology
  • Event Management
  • Health
  • International Relations
  • Language Teaching
  • Law
  • Marketing
  • Media & Communication
  • Not-for-Profit Organizations & NGOs
  • Psychology
  • Public Relations

Field Trips & Events

Even though your adventure starts in Barcelona, our field trips during fall and spring semesters take you beyond the city to discover the culture and traditions of your host country. As part of orientation, you’ll participate in a study journey, which is included in your program cost. Additional field trips are partially subsidized by IES Abroad. 

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:

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.

Granada
4 Days | Fall & Spring
Explore this vibrant city with a youthful population that provides a clear window into Spain’s unique historical symbiosis of Islam, Christianity, and Judaism.

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.

Madrid
3 Days | Fall & Spring
Discover the vibrant capital of Spain! See the works of El Greco, Goya, and Velazquez first-hand in the world-famous Prado Museum.

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

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

Montserrat
1 Day | Fall & Spring
Spend the day hiking the mountain of Montserrat and visit the Santa Maria de Montserrat Abbey.

Note: IES Abroad field trip 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 prepares you for what’s ahead, housing that is well-located and comfortable, or the field trips 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.

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.

Our Comprehensive Orientation & Re-Entry Experience (CORE™) begins right when you arrive and continues through the semester with activities focusing on academic and cultural adjustment. Detailed information about housing, public transportation, culture, health and safety, and other important topics are also covered.

A required study journey is included as an integral part of orientation. Previous study journeys have included Tarragona, where you will walk in the footsteps of the Ancient Romans. This study journey will allow you to meet your fellow classmates and IES Abroad staff.

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 limited, and an additional fee applies for this housing option.

Extracurricular Activities & Cultural Events

DiscoverIES

DiscoverIES are a unique blend of course-related 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.

Some past examples of DiscoverIES may 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 Neo-Gothic 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:

  • Entertain children at a cancer center
  • Volunteer at a soup kitchen
  • Give English lessons to underprivileged young people
  • Organize food drives at local supermarkets
  • Provide meals for and spend time with the elderly

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).

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 2019
Term Tuition Housing Insurance Total
Spring 2019 $15,010 $2,810 $230 $18,050


Term: Fall 2018
Term Tuition Housing Insurance Total
Fall 2018
Academic Year
$14,840
$26,695
$2,780
$5,560
$230
$455
$17,850
$32,710

Use our budget worksheet to calculate your costs

$5 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 $5 million to our financial aid programs.

Our Center

The IES Abroad Barcelona Center is located in the center of Barcelona near the Plaza Catalunya. Features include:
  • High-speed and wireless internet access
  • Multimedia classrooms
  • Study lounges with printers
  • Large outdoor terrace with social and study space

Our Staff

Cèsar Alegre Alsina, Ph.D.

Center Director

Dr. Cèsar Alegre Alsina has been the Director of our Barcelona programs since 2008. He is originally from Barcelona and speaks Spanish, Catalan, and English fluently. He brings more than 20 years of experience in higher education to IES Abroad, including a noteworthy teaching career in the United States, experience in student services, and a strong research portfolio. Before coming to IES Abroad, Dr. Alegre Alsina taught Spanish language, as well as Spanish and Hispanic Culture and Literature at Amherst College for 16 years. He is the author of a book on Hispanic Americans (Scholastic), and has contributed to the Encyclopedia of Hispanic Americans (BRG Oxford) and numerous articles and reviews in American and international journals. Dr. Alegre Alsina received his Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Auburn University, his Master’s degree in Hispanic Literature at Auburn University, and his doctorate from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

IES Abroad Staff

IES Abroad Staff
Samanta Ascaso
Academics Department Assistant

Lorena Chinnici
Outside Courses and Customized Programs Coordinator
Head of Registration interim

Elizabeth Ferreiro
Student Activities and DiscoverIES Specialist

Natalia Gil
Academics Department Assistant

Pilar Gracia
Administration Coordinator and DiscoverIES Coordinator

María Paéz
Internship, Service Learning and Volunteering Specialist

Salvador Ortiz
Head of Administration and Human Resources

Noemí Polo
Student Affairs Coordinator - Health and Safety, Homestays

María Romero
Assistant Dean of Faculty and Faculty Advisor Coordinator

Olga Sánchez
Head of Student Affairs

Beatriz Taberner
Center Administrator and Orientation Coordinator

Ana Tarife
Internship Coordinator and Service Learning Coordinator

Ferran Terés
Student Affairs Coordinator - Apartments

Alex Walker
Director of Academic Affairs and Dean of Faculty

María Mejías
Language Faculty Advisor

Ignasi Pérez
Area Studies Faculty Advisor

Ataúlfo Portela
Language Faculty Advisor

Laura Vázquez
Language Faculty Advisor and Educational Technology