Students looking for Spanish Language & Culture credit should first consider the programs highlighted on this page. Available coursework may include: courses pre-approved with an IU equivalent and courses that need to be evaluated. For Office of Overseas Study programs, see each program's Course Equivalencies list for details.
Students who need to fulfill specific major/minor requirements while abroad should consult their academic advisor.
Office of Overseas Study Programs
Country Program Terms Language of Instruction Argentina Buenos Aires-CIEE (Liberal Arts) Semester Spanish Argentina Buenos Aires-CIEE (Summer Intensive Spanish Language) Summer Spanish Chile Santiago (Chile)-CIEE (Liberal Arts) Semester Spanish Costa Rica Monteverde-CIEE (Tropical Ecology & Conservation) Semester English Dominican Republic Santiago DR-CIEE (Liberal Arts) Semester Spanish Dominican Republic Santiago DR-CIEE (Community Public Health Summer) Summer Spanish Dominican Republic Santiago DR-IU Summer Spanish Ecuador Quito-IES (Area Studies & Language) Semester Spanish Peru Lima-IU Semester, Academic Year Spanish Spain Alcala-CIEE (Summer Language & Culture) Summer Spanish Spain Barcelona-CIEE (Advanced Liberal Arts) Semester Spanish Spain Barcelona-IES (Language & Area Studies Summer) Summer English, Spanish Spain Barcelona-IES (Multiple Tracks) Semester English Spain Madrid-IES (Language & Area Studies) Semester Spanish Spain Madrid-IU Semester, Academic Year Spanish Spain Salamanca-IU Summer Spanish Spain Seville-CIEE (Comm., New Media, & Journalism) Semester Spanish Spain Seville-CIEE (Liberal Arts) Semester Spanish
Unit-based programs are administered by a department, school, campus, or other university unit. See the web flyer for eligibility criteria and how to apply. Country Program Terms Admin Campus Dominican Republic Culture and Civilization of the New World Summer IUPUI Dominican Republic Spanish Conversation and Service Learning in the DR Summer IUB Mexico Oaxaca: Spanish and Sociology IUSB Spain Bilbao Summer IUN
Non-IU Program Options
Some students' interests might not be accommodated by the options given above. There are hundreds of additional study abroad programs throughout the world that IU students can participate in as a "Non-IU Program." Visit the Non-IU Programs section of our website to learn more about participating in these programs as an IU student.
To begin your search for a Non-IU program, we recommend browsing the websites of organizations with which we partner on multiple study abroad programs: CIEE, DIS, IES Abroad. Before you pursue one of their programs, make sure to check our website and make sure it is not a program that we co-sponsor – in which case you would apply to the program though our office.
Many IU students pursue programs through other providers. To browse programs through an array of providers, check out the IIE Passport website.