All Barcelona SAE Programs Include:
- Tuition Cost
- University Transcript
- Airport pick-up
- Housing for the duration of the program
- Cultural activities
- 24 hour support services
- Medical and Accident insurance
- Full-time, native English Speaking staff
- Orientation and re-entry workshops
- Academic Advising
- Pre-departure preparation
- Independent Travel Advice
- Alumni and Career Services
Below you will find the different Semester Program options with Barcelona SAE. These are updated regularly, so keep checking back as new programs are added!
The Barcelona International College (BIC) Premium Semester is our most individualized program in Barcelona! Can you imagine creating the best semester... Read More
The Hispanic Studies Semester Program at the UB is sure to make your Spanish abilities skyrocket! This program is designed for students with some Span... Read More
The International Business and Humanities Semester Program at the UAB offers the widest variety of course options and independence. Spanish language c... Read More
Gain an understanding of business and economics on a global scale while studying in the center of Barcelona just two blocks from the beach! This highl... Read More
Dive into the history, politics, and culture of Barcelona and Europe with this highly focused program in the heart of the city. Students benefit from... Read More
Below are a selection of available excursions which depend on your program of choice. View all excursions here.
The beauty of the Mediterranean Sea follows us north from Barcelona to the French border. On the way, our stops may include: Figueres, to visit the impressive and unique Dalí Museum. Palamos, this modern resort is set around a beautiful harbor full of yachts.
Located South of Barcelona on the Eastern Coast of Spain, Valenica is a beautiful city origionally founded as a Roman colony. It is the third largest city in Spain after Madrid and Barcelona.
Tarragona is a beautiful town on the Costa Dorada (the Golden Coast) dating back to 218BC. It is one of Catalonia's most historical cities. In Roman times, this city, known as Tarraco, was the capital of Hispania Tarraconensis. In mediaeval times, the Metropolitan See of Tarragona was an important archbishopric of the Catalan-Aragonese court. In 2000, the city of Tarragona was designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in recognition of its wealth of archaeological remains dating back to Roman times. In Tarragona, we will visit Roman Ruins, the Roman Amphitheater, the Cathedral, and take a tour of the old town.
Less than an hour away from Barcelona sits an ancient, seaside town that drew sailors and merchants from all over the Mediterranean. Students here can take in a delicious paella, explore the town or spend time on the beach.
We experience Madrid to see firsthand how the history of Spain has unfolded through this central capital city and to see the seat of Spanish government. Our experience in Madrid includes an artistic journey with the famous painters of years past, kings and queens who formed the future of this country half a millennium ago, and how contemporary issues such as the fall of the dictatorship and immigration affect the lives of citizens.
Here is what our past participants have thought
My study abroad experience with Barcelona SAE has given me more insight into another culture than I could get otherwise. This broadens my perspective and keeps me open-minded, which is something that companies are looking for. I strongly recommend this program because I know that, for me, it was definitely the best summer of my life.
Krystal Tan, San Diego State University
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