Continuing a Language Taught at Gettysburg

Browse the global locations available for continued language study

The benefits of adding a global study component to language study are tremendous: interacting with native speakers, practice every day, cultural awareness, etc.

**NOTE: Always make sure the program(s) you are thinking about will offer language courses at the correct level. See the "Things students should be thinking about" section below for more information.**

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Arabic

  • Egypt
  • Jordan
  • Morocco
  • Tunisia

 

Chinese

  • China

French

  • Cameroon
  • France
  • Morocco
  • Switzerland

 

German

  • Austria
  • Germany

Ancient Greek

  • Greece
  • Italy

Italian

  • Italy

Japanese

  • Japan

Latin

  • Greece
  • Italy

 

Portuguese

  • Brazil

Spanish

  • Argentina
  • Bolivia
  • Chile
  • Ecuador
  • Merida, Mexico – Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán (Provider: IFSA-Butler)

    Program Type: Hybrid

    Duration: Academic Year, Fall or Spring

    Academic Focus: Spanish Language, Humanities, Social science

    Language of Instruction: Spanish

    Eligibility Requirements: See ‘Gettysburg Pre-requisites’

    Full-time Course Load: 15-17 semester hours of credit

    Program Dates: Late August through mid-December or early January through mid-May.

    Mandatory Coursework: Spanish language course and Spanish culture course

    Gettysburg Pre-requisites: Completion of Spanish 202 or equivalent; All students must meet with Professor Kent Yager in the Spanish Department prior to applying.

    Living Arrangements: Homestay

  • Nicaragua
  • Panama
  • Peru
  • Spain

  • Things students should be thinking about: