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Intermediate and Advanced Spanish in San Jose, Costa Rica

San Jose is the capital of Costa Rica. San Jose is one of the oldest cities in Costa Rica, founded in the 16th century and has a population of about 2 million, and is rich in history, folklore, and monuments, both pre-Columbian and colonial. Students live for five weeks with judiciously selected Costa Rican families in San Jose and take two courses out of a list of five language and literature courses.

The classes are taught by UT faculty and teaching personnel and by local university personnel. Student will earn six (6) hours credit for Spanish 330, 423 or 491. For information about this program, contact:

Bernard Issa
Program Director for 2018
Department of Modern Foreign Languages & Literatures
Phone: 865-974-8987
Office: 710 McClung Tower

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