• Open to students from other institutions
  • Academic year
  • Fall semester
  • Spring semester
  • Requirement: Students from CASA Member institutions apply via their home institutions; students from schools outside the Consortium apply via Cornell Abroad and will be considered on a space-available basis.
  • Undergraduate courses
  • Courses organized by program
  • Direct enrollment in Spanish University
  • Community service
  • Program places students in housing with host families
  • Some field trips included in fees
  • Cultural events included in fees
Home institution Website: Cornell University (Cornell Abroad):
Cornell Abroad, 300 Caldwell Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca (NY) 14853
Current physical address: Cornell Abroad, Academic Surge A, Cornell University, Ithaca (NY) 14853
Director: Eva Infante Mora
Paseo de las Delicias 3, 2º derecha, 41001 Sevilla
Telephone and Fax: +34 954 223351

CASA-Sevilla is a full immersion program that goes one step further into the community so that students truly get to know Spain and improve their Spanish. Over the semester or year, students: -Take university courses with local students -Explore history, culture and language through active learning in the classroom, around the city, and beyond -Get to know the community through engaged, project-based work -Live in a Spanish household Students take three classes at the Universidad de Sevilla, where they experience a new academic system and meet local students. They also select one course at the Program Center taught by local faculty or faculty from consortium-member institutions. In addition to guided explorations with tasks and discussions built into the program courses, CASA-Sevilla offers an array of cultural activities throughout the semester to enrich students’ experience of Spain and Sevillano culture. Students also do supervised work on local community organizations such as NGOs, local schools and neighborhood associations.