Arizona in Segovia

Arizona in Segovia
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Dates, Deadlines, and Costs
TermApp DeadlineStart DateEnd DateCost
SummerFebruary 25early Junemid JulyBudget
Program Information
  • GPA
  • 2.5
  • Language of Instruction
  • Spanish
  • Foreign Language Requirement
  • Yes
  • Class Eligibility
  • Junior, Senior, Sophomore
  • Program Open To
  • UA and Non-UA Students
  • Credit Type
  • UA Direct Credit
  • Level of Study
  • Undergraduate
  • Housing Options
  • Homestay
  • Program Type
  • UA Faculty-led
Program Overview

Segovia has a rich cultural and historic heritage, designated as a "World Heritage City” by UNESCO for its cultural and artistic wonders. These marvels include the Roman Aqueduct, the Gothic Cathedral, the Alcazar, and the Santa Cruz la Real Covenant. Segovia is now home to the Universidad SEK, where classes for the AZ in Segovia program are held. 


Tentative 2018 dates: June 3 - July 13

Students can enroll in 6 credits during the six-week session for the following courses:
*Completion of SPAN 251 is required for this program

Spanish 325: Intermediate Grammar and Writing
Spanish 330: Intermediate Conversation
Spanish 340: Phonetics
Spanish 350: Introduction to Literary Genres
Spanish 400: Survey of Spanish Literature
Spanish 425: Advanced Grammar and Composition
Spanish 430: Spanish Civilization
Spanish 435: Cervantes
Spanish 450: Conversation and Writing Skills

Instruction will be provided by a UA professor and by graduate teaching staff from the UA and IE Universidad.


Segovia, Spain, a "World Heritage City", is known for its many cultural and artistic wonders including the Roman Aqueduct, the Gothic Cathedral, the Alcazar (its most famous castle) and the Santa Cruz la Real Convent. 

With a population of around 56,00 people, Segovia offers a quiet, safe and relaxing atmosphere with access to several larger cities. The metropolitan capital of Spain, Madrid, is only a short bus ride away. Keep busy by strolling the beautiful streets, visiting a local museum, stopping by one of the many parks or participating in a traditional festival. 


As a part of the program, students will live with a local Segovian family (homestay). Families will prepare many of the meals, offering an opportunity to experience traditional food, and assist in the practice and development of Spanish language skills. Expect to learn what a typical day in Spain is like for the locals! 

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