About the Program
Center for Religious Studies
Studying abroad in Spain is an ideal location to learn about the impact of the three major monotheistic religions-Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. As you humbly serve the community and learn to see life from their perspective you will enjoy meaningful relationships with people from different backgrounds and beliefs. You will be changed as you seek to live your mission in this beautiful country.
Located in the south of Spain on the Guadalquivir River, Sevilla is a beautiful city with many wonderful places to see and things to experience. Students will have the opportunity to see first hand the Spanish churches, cathedrals, mosques, temples and statues represented by each faith. You will fall in love with Sevilla’s beauty and culture and be compelled to return again and again.
Language Requirement: NONE (open to all levels)
Minimum GPA: 2.5
This program accommodates students of all levels of Spanish proficiency. Students will take at least one Veritas Abroad program course each semester. Beginning language students will be required to take one Spanish language course each semester. Students will have the opportunity to choose from a broad selection of other courses to maintain full-time status and fulfill their academic requirements. Students with an advanced level of Spanish proficiency also have the option of taking additional upper-level Spanish courses.
Minimum Admissions Prerequisites
All students will take a placement exam upon arrival to determine language proficiency level. Exam results may determine eligibility for course enrollment. Students who arrive having completed the following number of semesters/quarters of college-level Spanish, or the equivalent, typically place into the corresponding language level:
Credits earned may vary according to the policies of the student's home institution. For visa regulations, and according to Veritas Christian Study Abroad policy, students must maintain full-time enrollment status for the duration of the program, as determined by their home institution. Students may be required to obtain a student visa and should inquire with the corresponding consulate.