8 Cities in 30 days!
Madrid, Segovia, Malaga, Granada, Cordoba, Seville, Toledo and Barcelona
June 26 – July 27, 2019
We provide a unique learning experience with classes taught by professors that are student-oriented and experts in their field. Professors travel with the program and participate in program activities. Each of our classes includes city-specific activities that enrich the class and make Voyager Europe unique Unlike any other study abroad programs, we immerse our participants in the art, history and culture of the cities that we visit.
All Voyager Spain classes meet accreditation standards. Our programs are sponsored by Endicott International - College of International Studies (CIS) in Madrid. The transcripts for are issued by Endicott College, which is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC)
This allows credits earned in Voyager Spain classes to transfer to the student’s home university. Students can choose up to two classes and earn up to six credits.
From the first day until the last day of Voyager Spain, students have a single room in a modern air-conditioned university residence in an upscale neighborhood in Madrid. We call this our home-away-from-home concept and a unique attribute of our programs. Each room has a private bath, free Wi-Fi and is equipped with a refrigerator and microwave. Students have unlimited access to the on premises fitness center and outdoor pool. While in Madrid, students are served breakfast and their choice of lunch or dinner daily. Our partner college is a pleasant walk from the residence.
When traveling to other cities in our exciting itinerary, we prioritize highspeed trains in order to maximize our time in each city.
In Voyager Spain, students are based in Madrid throughout the entire program and have their own room with private bath for the entire program. Accommodations for all trips outside of Madrid are in highly rated, centrally located hotels. Our home-away-from-home concept makes Voyager Spain unlike any other multi-city program. Why is home-away from home better?