In Spring 2019, you have the chance to study for 12 weeks in Seville, our exciting new Spanish location! Experience life in the vibrant capital of Andalucia, Spain's historic southern region while enrolled in CSU/UC transferable community college courses. Steeped in thousands of years of history, the city boasts some of the most striking architecture, such as the Moorish Alcazar, the Gothic Cathedral, and the Renaissance Revival Plaza de España, and the influence of its many inhabitants can still be seen today. Within easy reach of the other southern cities of Cordoba, Granada and Malaga, Seville is also well connected with the rest of Spain and Europe by bus, high speed rail and plane. The Portuguese border sits just over an hour's drive away, and northern Morocco is just a short ferry ride away.
Final Citrus College Seville meeting: November 2 at 9 a.m. in CI 159 (click here for other campuses' meetings)
Watch this introduction to Seville, Spain, and your Spanish courses (created by your Seville instructor, Dr. Ana Afzali).
View Seville English instructor Maya Alverez-Galvan's course information on YouTube.
Click to view Becca Walker's introduction to her ESCI courses on YouTube.
Click here to view the Study Abroad in Seville 2019 information meeting on YouTube.
Click to review the scheduled meetings at all Southern California Foothill Consortium colleges.
Click here for the PDF version of our Seville 2019 information meeting PowerPoint.
Gilman Scholarship opens mid-August 2018 and closes October 2, 2018
Click here to view the
Gilman scholarship guidance video
Why participate in study abroad?
Click here to see UC Merced's statistics.
AIFS flight departs U.S. for Seville: Thursday, February 21, 2019
Arrive in Seville, transfer to accommodations: Friday, February 22, 2019
AIFS flight departs Seville for the U.S.: Saturday, May 18, 2019
Click on the interest form button, or the photo above, to begin the application process.
Click on the brochure button below for information about the program, courses, faculty, costs, and more.
READ THIS! Click the timeline and fee schedule button for detailed information about the application, dates, fee schedule, program components, and contact information.
Program Costs / What is Included?
The AIFS program fee is $7,895 for 45-65 students and $7,475 for 65 or more students. Click
here for the timeline and fee schedule to see what all is included.
If students are not eligible for the Promise Grant (formerly BOGW), tuition fees will be applied (12 x $46 = $552).
Why Choose This Program?
This program allows you to study in Seville, Spain while enrolled in Citrus College courses; the courses are UC and/or CSU transferable.
Study abroad is a transformative, life-changing experience that will broaden students' understanding of themselves and the world. There are numerous tangible benefits for study abroad alumni including: increased self-confidence, improved GPA, lower unemployment rates, and higher starting salaries. Check out
UC Merced's What Statistics Show about Study Abroad Students page for more information.
Application and Walk-through Video
Watch this seven-minute video about how to complete the application.
• Wednesday, November 21, 2018: Enrollment deposit and optional components deadline
• Friday, December 21, 2018: Entire balance is due
• Saturday, January 19, 2019: Mandatory pre-departure meeting in CI 159
More Information or Questions?
Refund and Cancellation Policy
Study Abroad Specialist, Citrus College
Phone (626) 914-8560
Student withdraws on or before Wednesday, November 21, 2018: All fees paid less a $150 processing fee and any non-refundable deposits paid by the student or by AIFS on the student's behalf.
After Wednesday, November 21, 2018, but on or before Friday, December 21, 2018: All fees paid less the $450 deposit and any non-refundable deposits paid by the student or by AIFS on the student's behalf.
After Friday, December 21, 2018: No refund, and the total program fee is due.
Once the program has begun: No refund, unless AIFS suspends the program.
Because of covered medical reasons: All fees paid less the $150 processing fee and $210 insurance premium.