Sevilla is the capital city of Andalucía, one of the most visited, colorful and historically signiﬁcant regions of Spain. Sevilla is perhaps best known for being one of the most important Moorish kingdoms of the Middle Ages and the center of trade with the New World during the colonial era. In addition, many of the typically “Spanish” cultural phenomena that attract tourists (ﬂamenco, bullﬁghting, tapas and olive orchards) are identiﬁed with this Southern city. With over one million inhabitants, the capital city has a lot to oﬀer, without feeling congested or overwhelming like many large cities.
Courses are taught at EUSA (Estudios Universitarios y Superiores de Andalucía), aﬃliated with the University of Seville since 1996. EUSA is a private school in Nervión, a fashionable neighborhood just a short walk away from historical monuments, parks, shopping centers and a major soccer stadium. In addition to a convenient wi-ﬁ network to which students can connect their personal computers and smartphones, EUSA provides a modern computer lab with wired Internet access and printing facilities. There is also an in-house library, a cafeteria on site, sports facilities, and daily interaction with Spanish students.