A semester- or year-long program open to sophomores and juniors in all majors. Given that all courses are taught in Spanish, students must have completed four semesters of college-level Spanish or equivalent to participate in this program. Students must take five courses through the Fundación Ortega-Marañón. Credit-bearing internships in several areas, including government, the arts, social service, and communications, are available in Toledo. Students may choose to live with a Spanish host family or in dormitories at the Fundación Ortega-Marañón. Toledo, located about 40 miles south of Madrid, has been called the quintessential Spanish city; for Cervantes, Toledo was “the glory of Spain and the light of her cities.” Toledo’s architecture and monuments display a splendid variety of medieval and renaissance styles, from Arabic mosques to Jewish synagogues and Christian churches.
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