[PAST EVENT] W&M Faculty Led Study Abroad Program to Cadiz
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Cádiz is an ancient port city in the Andalucia region of southwestern Spain. Cadiz was an important port in the 16th century for exploration and trade. There are more than 100 watchtowers, including the iconic Torre Tavira, which was traditionally used for spotting ships. There are remains of the medieval city wall and winding streets that link squares, which are home to museums, shops and restaurants.
Excursions during the program may include day trips to Sevilla as well as local field trips in Cádiz. These excursions will allow students to experience the vibrant culture, history, and tradition that flourish in Spain, while encouraging immersion in the Spanish language and the Cádiz community.
Students in the Cádiz summer program will take courses in Spanish language and culture and complete independent, on-site research. Classes with University of Cádiz professors include the study of language, cultural history, and the history of art in Andalucia. Students will also complete an independent research project under the supervision of W&M’s Program Director.
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