Stetson University

Study Abroad in Granada, Spain

 

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Dates: May 31-June 27, 2014

Applications for this program are now closed.

The Granada, Spain study abroad program is designed to prepare lawyers for the challenges of the international marketplace. The globalization of law practice and business is among the most significant developments shaping the legal profession. The development of multilateral trade agreements and increase in cross-border transactions will offer new opportunities for worldwide legal services, including resolution of disputes.

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Eligibility | Application | Housing
Resources | Sponsors
Nondiscrimination Policy (PDF)
Cancellation Policy

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Travel Arrangements 
Cultures, Habits, and Attire | Travel Tips (PDF)
Health Insurance | Liability and Insurance
Travel Form | Class and Field Trip Attendance Policy

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Academic Program | Academic Policies
Calendar (PDF) | Class Schedule (PDF)
Courses | Course Materials
Field Trips | Faculty

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Student Budget (PDF)
Financial Assistance
Deposit and Tuition Refund

Participants Offer Insight on Legal Study in Granada, Spain

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Garnata
, a magazine published in Spain, profiled five participants in Stetson's 2010 study abroad program. The insightful article details the students' observations on legal study in Granada, with comparisons to the U.S., and describes their varied interests -- from ballet to computer engineering to international relations.
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Why Visit Granada?

Granada provides the perfect backdrop for the study of international law. Granada is a beautiful city of about 300,000 in the southeast of Andalusia, at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountain range. With its rich Arab past and monuments such as the Alhambra, Granada is a fascinating city in which to study. It provides students with opportunities for road trips to cities in Spain and Portugal, Southern Europe, and North Africa.

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