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    EF Gap Year: Study Abroad Programs in Multiple Destinations including Spain, Costa Rica, Mexico, & More

    EF Gap Year: Study Abroad Programs in Multiple Destinations including Spain, Costa Rica, Mexico, & More

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    • Listing Type: Gap Year Programs
    • Program Delivery: Residential
    • Destinations: Belgium, Costa Rica, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, Panama, Spain, United Kingdom
    • Credit Awarded: College
    • Program Length: Four Weeks, Semester, Three Weeks
    • Start Month: January, February, August
    • Category: Academic
    • Selective: No
    • Gender: Coed
    • Ages: 18, 19+, 19
    • Housing: Homestay, Hotel, Student Apartment
    • Accreditation: Gap Year Association - Program
    • Affiliation: Gap Year Association
    • Financial Aid: Grants/Scholarships, Payment Terms
    • Minimum Cost: $10,000 - $20,000
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    Overview

    Elevate and enrich your college experience with culturally immersive educational experiences that bring learning to life. We partner with the world's top colleges and universities, such as Colorado State University. Our current offerings allow you to live and learn across Spain, Costa Rica, Mexico, Panama, and more.? These programs are great for students interested in studying the academic coursework at hand and bringing those college credits back to their larger college experience.

    12 Week Program - Mosaic of Spain: Language, Culture, & Politics

    During Mosaic of Spain, you will spend semester of college living and learning in Spain with EF Study Abroad. You will attend classes at EF’s International Language Campus in Málaga, then experience curated curriculum at the University of Granada's Center for Modern Languages exploring Spain’s past, present, and future; throughout, you’ll also go on Field Excursions designed to bring learning to life in global cities like Amsterdam, Tangier, and Madrid.? ?

    16 Week Program - CSU Global Challenge Semester

    Embark on an intercontinental journey through Colorado, Costa Rica, Panama, and Mexico. You’ll explore important issues alongside professors from Colorado State University (CSU) and the United Nation’s University for Peace while learning from local communities, nonprofits, and businesses. After the program, you can choose to continue to Colorado State with the opportunity to join CSU Honors Program or take your transferable college credit with you to the next step of your academic journey.

    These programs are great for students who are interested in studying the academic coursework at hand and bringing those college credits back to their larger college experience. ?

    Cost and Session Information

    Flights & transportation: Round-trip flights and local transfers to each stop in your itinerary.
    Field Excursions: Field Excursions and hands-on workshops with local experts.
    Room & board: Your accommodations and some of your meals on the trip
    Guided learning: All courses, course materials, and Field Excursions.
    EF Global Support Network: One-on-one mentorship and support before and during your program, as well as on-the-ground staff.