Department of Modern Languages and Cultures

Spring Term Study Abroad

The Spanish Program offers a course (SPA 227) that goes alternately to Mexico and Spain and students may receive credit twice for this course. The course in Mexico takes place in Mérida in the Yucatán peninsula, where you will live with a Mexican family and have opportunities to see the area and visit several of the famous Mayan archeological and cultural sites. In Alcalá de Henares, Spain, you will also live with a family, visit important cities in central Spain (Segovia and Toledo), and then spend a week traveling throughout southern Spain. Hanover scholarships are available for these courses.

Hanover students in front of the Moorish Palace of La Alhambra (Granada,Spain). 

Students in front of the Moorish Palace of La Alhambra, Granada, SpainStudents in front of La Alhambra, Granada, SpainStudents in front of El Alcazar, Segovia, Spain

A group of Hanover College students in Dzibilchaltún (La casa de las siete muñecas- The house of the seven dolls,Yucatán Península, Mexico)

Students in the Mayan archeological site of Chichen Itza in the Yucatan Peninsula.

Students in front of the Alcazar in Segovia, Spain.

Students in front of the Alcazar in Segovia, Spain.

Students in front of the Alcazar in Segovia