Summer Course in Valencia, Spain through International Relations

Ed. Note: This program is purely elective credit

 

The School of International Relations announces a revamped summer course in Valencia, Spain. Study immigration issues in the center of current European refugee crisis and earn four units of USC credit while living in one of Spain’s most interesting cities. Students will enroll in one course, live in a student residence (Colegio Mayor), and explore Valencia through visits to centers of immigrants, non-profit organizations as well as various cultural events around the city. The program will run from Saturday, June 18, 2016-Saturday, July 16, 2016 and the application deadline is Friday, March 4.

There are possibilities of funding from ATPS Exceptional Funding and the Del Amo Foundation. Knowledge of Spanish is helpful but not required.

 

For further information, contact Gina Hakim at ghakim@usc.edu or check out our webpage (http://dornsife.usc.edu/sir/ir-469-immigration-in-spain/)

Paul Ledesma

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Paul is currently the Director of Undergraduate Admission at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering. Although he is not an engineer, he loves working with engineering students and secretly wants to be one (they do so much cool stuff!). Paul is responsible for the recruitment and enrollment of undergraduate engineering students - you may remember him giving a presentation when you were in high school. Paul manages the Viterbi Student Ambassadors and loves seeing all the great things they accomplish at http://viterbivoices.usc.edu. Paul studied Psychology at the University of Southern California and "fell into" the college admission field after graduation in 2000.

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