Universidad de Santiago de Compostela

Universidad de Santiago de Compostela

Praza do Obradoiro, s/n, 15782 Santiago de Compostela, Ca, Spain

The university offers a program of cultural activities for visiting and home students aimed to enrich the students’ stay at the university. The activities are held at both campuses: Santiago and Lugo.
Website URL: http://www.usc.es/en/perfis/internacional/
Accommodations:

http://www.usc.es/en/servizos/sur/index.html

Call for applications for University Halls of Residence (limited vacancies): http://www.usc.es/en/servizos/sur/index.html

USC Noticeboard: http://xornal.usc.es/xornal/taboleiro.html

International Students’ Association with info on accommodation: http://erasmuscompostela.com/

Cost: Medium
External Funding Available: No
Availability: 5
Academic Dates:

Fall semester: Sept  – end of Jan

Spring semester: end of Jan – end of May

Second chance for exams until mid-July

http://www.usc.es/en/servizos/oiu/calendarios.html

Course Timetable:

http://www.usc.es/en/titulacions/titulaionoficgrao.html (Under Period heading, 1SG for Autumn semester and 2SG Spring semester)

Spanish language courses: http://cursosinternacionais.usc.es/

Program Type: Exchange
Language: Spanish
Available Subjects: biology , business and entrepreneurship , chemistry , english literature , economics , forestry , geodesy and geomatics engineering , history , law , philosophy , physics , spanish , engineering - chemical , engineering - civil , engineering - mechanical
Travel Information: http://travel.gc.ca/destinations/spain
Practical Information:

Compulsory 15€-insurance for all mobility students; to be paid at registration in Santiago/Lugo.

Testimonial

Kate Hooper, BA/SPAN/HIST 2011, on exchange in Winter 2010.

“The Study Abroad Program was an experience like no other I have had in my twenty-one years. As a person with a passion for traveling, culture, and languages it offered me a taste of everything! Being able to truly live and study in another country not only opened my eyes to global perspectives but I also had the opportunity to learn a great deal about myself. Living overseas broadened my horizons, it changed my life for the better, and I have memories that will last a lifetime. The Study Abroad Program is one that I encourage all to take part in! Thank you UNB for this spectacular opportunity!”