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Liberal Arts in Spanish

Term

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January + Spring

Jan, 2025

May, 2025

Oct 15, 2024

$20.350

Spring

Jan, 2025

May, 2025

Oct 15, 2024

$15.700

Academic Year

Sep 5, 2024

Apr, 2025

May 15, 2024

$30.800

Fall

Sep 5, 2024

Dec 13, 2024

May 15, 2024

$15.700

Program Overview

Immerse in Spanish and Liberal Arts in Seville! 

Our Liberal Arts in Spanish Program in Seville, for semester or academic year, invites students to master Spanish while engaging with a broad liberal arts curriculum. Seville’s historic backdrop enriches this academic journey.

Highlights:

  • Spanish Language Mastery: Advanced courses in literature and history.
  • Broad Curriculum: Explore art, politics, and sociology in Spanish.
  • Cultural Exploration: Dive into Seville’s culture with excursions and events.

Seville combines academic depth with cultural richness, offering a comprehensive experience in Spanish language and liberal arts. Experience transformative learning in one of Spain’s most vibrant cities.

Join us in Seville for an enriching academic adventure in Spanish and liberal arts.

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Language

In Seville, Spanish resonates through the vibrant streets and conversations, offering a chance to immerse yourself in the melodious cadence of Andalusian accents. Participate in language exchanges and engage with locals to fully experience the unique dialect of the region.

History

With its rich historical tapestry, Seville bears witness to centuries of influence from Phoenicians, Romans, Moors, and Christians, contributing to its captivating narrative that unfolds in its ancient streets, palaces, and monuments.

Architecture

The architectural marvels of the city, epitomized by the stunning Alcázar of Seville and the awe-inspiring Catedral de Sevilla, showcase a blend of Moorish, Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque styles, leaving visitors in awe of the diverse and intricate structures.

Art

Seville’s artistic heritage, deeply rooted in the works of painters like Diego Velázquez and Bartolomé Esteban Murillo, as well as its vibrant flamenco tradition, brings forth a captivating fusion of visual and performing arts that captivates the soul.

Food

The culinary scene of Seville is a delicious journey through Andalusian flavors, with tapas bars offering an array of mouthwatering dishes such as salmorejo, gambas al ajillo, and churros with chocolate, providing a true taste of Spanish gastronomy.

Cultural Immersion

To truly immerse oneself in Seville’s culture, one must partake in the lively rhythms of flamenco, savor the local cuisine in bustling markets, and join in the revelry of festivals like Semana Santa and Feria de Abril, where the city comes alive with vibrant traditions and passionate celebrations.

Barrio Santa Cruz, Seville, SpainYour semester in Seville offers more than just academic enrichment; it’s an immersive journey into the heart of Spanish culture. The cost of your program includes a variety of cultural activities and outings, thoughtfully curated by our Resident Director to enhance your experience. Here’s a sneak peek at what awaits you in Seville:

Welcome to Spanish Flavors: Start your adventure with a friendly welcome dinner, where you’ll savor local dishes like salmorejo and indulge in authentic Spanish tapas, connecting with fellow students and our local team.

Historic Neighborhoods: Explore the historic district of Triana, with deep ties to pottery, flamenco, and craftsmanship, cementing its place as the vibrant art scene of Seville.  

Santa Cruz Tour: Meaner through the winding narrow streets of the Santa Cruz district, known as the Jewish quarter and home to historic landmarks and beautiful architecture. 

Gastronomic Workshops: Learn the art of sevillano tapas, diving into the culinary experience of gazpacho and rices.

Fitness Fanatics: Get your blood pumping with yoga and zumba workshops in the patio of the SSA Center. 

Museum Visits: Immerse yourself in art and history with trips to the Museum of Fine Arts, Gold Tower, and Hospital de la Caridad. 

New Connections: Discover local activities through speaking partners and see the side of Seville that only locals enjoy. 

Fiesta Finale: Wrap up your stay with a delightful evening of local cuisine and perhaps even catch a traditional Spanish guitar performance or a local festivity.

Please note that while most activities are included in your program’s cost, some may require a small additional fee. Availability of activities can vary depending on the program schedule.

Meet your Resident Director

Born in Seville, and with a degree in Hispanic Philology from the University of Seville, I have worked in various departments of SSA over the years, knowing very well what U.S. students need to make their experience in Seville the adventure of a lifetime and help them mature both academically and personally. My advice is to open your mind and let yourself be carried away by the culture and idiosyncrasies of our city through our teachers and staff, our host families, the walks through our streets, meeting with young Sevillians, etc. In our city you will find a team eager to receive you and welcome you as if you were at home.
Marta Borrero RESIDENT DIRECTOR, SEVILLE
Marta Borrero
Resident Director

Housing

Student residences

Living in a student residence hall in Seville provides more than just a place to stay; it offers a unique opportunity for international and local students alike to immerse themselves in the city’s dynamic atmosphere. With the added benefit of being surrounded by fellow students, those residing in these halls often find themselves forming lasting friendships and creating memories that go beyond the confines of academia, contributing to a truly enriching and unforgettable student experience in Seville.

These halls are strategically located throughout the city, providing convenient access to universities, cultural attractions, and essential amenities. Designed to cater to the diverse needs of students, these residence halls often feature well-furnished rooms, communal spaces for socializing and studying, and essential facilities such as kitchens and laundry rooms.

Due to the popularity of Seville as a study destination, we cannot always guarantee placement in a specific hall of residence. Prices may vary, and additional charges over our program costs could be required, including funds for meals.

If you are interested in staying in one of the student residences, please inform us as early as possible to assist in securing your accommodation, which may involve a deposit. Rest assured, SSA carefully selects all student residence options to ensure safety, cleanliness, and convenience for a comfortable and enriching stay in Seville.

Academics

Course Selection

The available courses for students vary by program and are distributed between the SSA center and local universities. Please see the selection below, and contact us for the most current course information:

SSA Center Courses

Subject

Course

Courses

Business/Management/Economics

This course explores the impact of the European Union’s policies and regulations on international business. Students will study the EU’s market dynamics, trade laws, and economic strategies. The curriculum includes case studies on operating within the EU, addressing current issues like Brexit and digital integration. This course is aimed at providing students with a concise understanding of how businesses navigate the EU’s regulatory environment.

Contact Hours: -

Credits: 3

Language/History/Cultural Studies

The course structure is based on an in-depth review of Spanish language with an emphasis on past subjunctive. Oral drills, role playing, conversations, and practical exercises with attention to underlying structures are reinforced with readings, writing exercises, and vocabulary building. Intensive Language Course taken during the Intensive Period (first 3 weeks of semester).
Prerequisites: Minimum of one course in advanced college Spanish, the equivalent, or January Term SPAN 301J.

Contact Hours: 60

Credits:

Language/History/Cultural Studies

Contact Hours: 15

Credits: 1

Language/History/Cultural Studies

This course is designed to help students learn more about the process involved in composing short research papers and effective support of different points of view and hypotheses. Key concepts of discourse analysis and rhetorical devices will also be studied. Classroom activities include written tasks, prose style analyses, translations and coherent paragraphing.

Contact Hours: 15

Credits: 1

Language/History/Cultural Studies

This course seeks to improve students’ speaking ability in both formal and informal discourse. Oral practice activities like debates, role plays, mock trials, paired with interviews and dialogue/story adaptations increase opportunities for communicative interaction among students in the classroom.

Contact Hours: 15

Credits: 1

Language/History/Cultural Studies

This course focuses on improving accuracy in reading comprehension and fosters the development and refinement of literacy skills. Various activity formats, such as comprehension checks, paraphrasing and understanding discourse structure and intentions will be applied to a variety of texts, including newspaper articles, short stories and excerpts from novels.

Contact Hours: 15

Credits: 1

Language/History/Cultural Studies

Designed to increase students’ listening comprehension skills, as well as introduce them to the general phonetics and phonology of Spanish. Students develop the ability to analyze the Spanish sound system and distinguish the phonetical features of its principal dialects.

Contact Hours: 15

Credits: 1

Language/History/Cultural Studies

Students develop oral expression and strengthen fluency. Class activities include role-playing and oral presentations about Spain’s cultural issues. The course emphasizes the use of functional language in communicative contexts in Spain. Coursework at this level focuses upon the improvement of accuracy and fluency, so that students develop their daily Spanish usage.

Contact Hours: 15

Credits: 1

Language/History/Cultural Studies

This intensive course is designed for native and near-native speakers of Spanish. In addition to a thorough review of challenging grammatical aspects of Spanish, this course incorporates preparation for the DELE (Diploma de Español de Lengua Extranjera). Course materials may also include films, music, selections from the press, as well as literary readings. The performance of short excerpts of plays, combined with advanced work on oral expression and phonetics, will help students increase their fluency and ease of expression. This course is taught in the Intensive Period.
Prerequisites: Entry into SPAN 403 is based in part upon performance on the online placement test, and therefore acceptance into this course takes place after arrival in Seville.

Contact Hours: 45

Credits: 3

Language/History/Cultural Studies

This intensive language course is intended for students who grew up listening to and speaking Spanish in their homes, but without receiving formal training in the language. Course includes a review of complex grammar structures, spelling and punctuation, with a special emphasis on reading and writing skills.

Contact Hours: 45

Credits: 3

Language/History/Cultural Studies

The vocabulary and structures current in Spain today are practiced in realistic situations, focusing on the practical functions that language must fulfill in speech and written communication. Emphasis on the appropriate use of different degrees of formality using multiple resources. An extensive review of Spanish language. Oral drills, role playing, conversations, and practical exercises with attention to underlying structures are reinforced with readings, writing exercises, and vocabulary building. Intensive Language Course taken during the Intensive Period (first 3 weeks).
Prerequisites: One course in advanced college Spanish, the equivalent, or January Term SPAN 301J.

Contact Hours: 45

Credits: 3

Language/History/Cultural Studies

An intensive review on the Spanish language. Oral drills, conversations, and practical exercises with attention to underlying structures are reinforced with readings, writing exercises, and vocabulary building. Intensive Language Course taken during the Intensive Period (first 3 weeks of semester). This course has a mandatory module SPAN310E: Practicum Encuesta
Prerequisites: Completion of one year of intermediate college Spanish or the equivalent; the January Term course SPAN 204J fulfills this prerequisite.

Contact Hours: 45

Credits: 3

Language/History/Cultural Studies

Development of comprehension, oral expression, reading, and writing skills. Systematic vocabulary building on a variety of practice themes. Students will be exposed to aspects of Spanish culture with movies, music and written texts.
Prerequisites: Minimum of one semester of intermediate college Spanish or the equivalent.

Contact Hours: 45

Credits: 3

Language/History/Cultural Studies

Through observation, description, and analysis of their own experiences in Seville, students will develop a deeper understanding of the process of cultural adaptation and the cultural realities of contemporary Spain. In addition to the readings, workshop exercises, and written assignments, students are required to participate in an “intercambio” and are encouraged to further participate in the culture through volunteer work, participation in sports or cultural groups, internships and service learning projects.

Contact Hours: 15

Credits: 1

Internships/Service Learning

Engagement in the culture through community service in a local organization.
Prerequisites: One course in advanced Spanish, or the equivalent, prior to the program start date. Separate application required. Contact info@ssabroad.org for more details.

Contact Hours: 135

Credits: 3

Internships/Service Learning

Practical experience through placement in a local company or organization.
Prerequisites: Successful completion of one course in advanced college Spanish or the equivalent, prior to program. Separate application required. See www.ssabroad.org/internshipoption

Contact Hours: 135

Credits: 3

Language/History/Cultural Studies

Students learn to dance the sevillanas that characterize the folk music and fiestas of the South of Spain. This studio course of 20 hours is taught in the flower-lined patio of the Center.

Contact Hours: 15

Credits: 1

Psychology/Education Studies

This course focuses on the motivational factors, personality traits, cognitive and learning styles, the degree of adaptation to a foreign language context, and other psychological factors (such as emotional and multiple intelligences), which influence second language acquisition. Students acquire tools to identify the psychological aspects that facilitate and sometimes impede the learning of a foreign language. Taught in Spanish.
Prerequisites: Previous study of education recommended

Contact Hours: 45

Credits: 3

Psychology/Education Studies

Introduction to the theoretical principles, concepts, and terms currently used in foreign language teaching. Survey of major language teaching methods and approaches with related techniques. A practical component provides students with experience in actual classroom management procedures. Students are encouraged to develop their own methodology, drawing from different orientations in pursuit of their own teaching objectives. Taught in English.

Contact Hours: 45

Credits: 3

Business/Management/Economics

This course provides an in depth introduction to political and economic aspects of the European Union (EU) and detailed analysis of how they affect international business. The monetary, fiscal, and labor policies of the EU, as well as the economic differences among member states, will be examined. Students will also study the principal businesses and companies of the EU, their management, relations with Spain and the US, and their role in the globalized economy.
Prerequisites: Previous study in a pertinent field.

Contact Hours: 45

Credits: 3

Marketing/Media/Communications

The course’s goal is focused on the publication of a virtual magazine related to Spain, the city of Seville and the study abroad experience, always from a student-centered perspective. Written and audiovisual texts (creative or purely journalistic), including blogs, podcasts, digital video and photography, produced by students interested in participating in the project, organized and edited by members of the course, and published online. Throughout the semester, example texts will be explored and analyzed through open conversation: photography, video, print and digital media, and documentary film.

Contact Hours: 45

Credits: 3

Language/History/Cultural Studies

Cinema is one of the most exact representations of a country’s culture. For over a century, Spanish film directors have imbued with their unique style a large part of the collective imagery that defines us. Their artistic and aesthetic criteria, along with the sociopolitical context of each director, have helped shape the image of contemporary Spaniards. In this class, we will approach cinema from two perspectives: as a cultural expression and as an art form with its own language. We will study cinematographic language and the genres and styles of the most emblematic directors. From Buñuel to Almodóvar, we will explore comedy, drama and other genres and movements, because understanding our cinema is a fundamental step to achieving a deeper comprehension of our culture.
Prerequisites: One year of intermediate Spanish (2 semesters) or the equivalent

Contact Hours: 45

Credits: 3

Language/History/Cultural Studies

This thematic course studies the influences of Jews and Muslims in political, intellectual, and artistic life from the earliest history to the present. Particular attention is paid to the period of convivencia, when Jews, Muslims, and Christians co-existed in medieval Spain. The course will also examine the influences from this period still visible in Seville and Spain.

Contact Hours: 45

Credits: 3

Language/History/Cultural Studies

This course serves as an introduction to the historical, political, social, anthropological, and cultural aspects of Spanish-speaking nations in the Americas. Beginning with the great civilizations which arose before the Spanish arrived, students follow development through encounter, colonization, and independence to the present day in the different countries in the hemisphere. Seville becomes a unique classroom setting for this course, as the opening of new transatlantic commercial routes in the 16 th century made this city-port a flourishing epicenter of commerce and trade all throughout Europe.

Contact Hours: 45

Credits: 3

Language/History/Cultural Studies

This course explores the history of Spanish gastronomy and its influence in shaping the culture and society of modern day Spain. It is conceived as a tasteful journey that takes students from the beginnings of cooking in ancient cultures to the influence of Mediterranean, Arabic and American civilizations in Spanish cuisine. Students will learn and experience first-hand the most known Mediterranean products, like olive oil, bread and wine, and the importance of the Mediterranean diet in the daily life of Spaniards.

Contact Hours: 45

Credits: 3

Language/History/Cultural Studies

The study of the cultural development of Spain begins with the dawn of the Modern Era in 1492 and continues through to the civilization of Spain today. The course considers the impact of the New World on Spain’s economy, demography, and culture, the turbulence of the 20th century, the 1936-39 Civil War, Franco, and the Transition to democracy and present-day Spain.

Contact Hours: 45

Credits: 3

Language/History/Cultural Studies

This course studies Spanish civilization from the earliest period to 1492. The geography of Spain, the main ethnic groups, their cultures and economies, and the evolution of the Spanish identity are considered.

Contact Hours: 45

Credits: 3

Language/History/Cultural Studies

Students examine the structures of Spanish society and the currents of change which continue to influence contemporary Spain. The Spanish family, youth, and women; migratory movements, the process of urbanization, and conflict between national and regional interests; political parties and labor unions in society; and, in particular, Andalusian society.

Contact Hours: 45

Credits: 3

Language/History/Cultural Studies

What elements define Spain’s current political situation? After a brief historical introduction to post-Franco Spain, the course will center on the pressing debates in Spanish society after the year 2000: from the downfall of the Spanish economy to the pro-independence movement in Cataluña, from the collapse of a bipartisan system to the rise of new political and social forces like Ciudadanos and Podemos. Students will be encouraged to express their ideas through debates based on readings and class lectures.
Prerequisites: One advanced course in college Spanish prior to arrival in host country.

Contact Hours: 45

Credits: 3

Language/History/Cultural Studies

Political organization and economic structure of contemporary Spain, through the analysis of significant events in recent history, and the challenges in the process of economic, political, and social modernization. Consideration of restoration, dictatorship, the 2nd Republic, the Civil War, Franco, and the ultimate success of the Transition to democracy, with the formation of a state of laws rooted in the Constitution. Analysis of the perspectives of Spain in the European Union and discussion of ETA and Basque identity. (45 hours, 3 credits)

Contact Hours: 45

Credits: 3

Language/History/Cultural Studies

This course studies Spain’s encounters with new populations from the earliest period of national consciousness to the present. The course starts with consideration of the contemporary reality that recent waves of immigrations have brought, looking beyond to the political, economic and social realities that underlie our observations. The many layers of past civilizations show their presence in the evidence they have left throughout Spain, especially Seville. We consider the effects of the centuries of contacts which formed Andalusian and Spanish identity, through the movements of peoples from the south and east across the Mediterranean. Finally, we turn our attention to Spain’s unique experience and relationship with the Arab world, in history and in the reality of Seville today. Presentations, guest lectures, and visits to relevant sites and monuments, all combine to enrich and illustrate the focus of study, as we seek out the multiple perspectives necessary to understand this complex topic.

Contact Hours: 45

Credits: 3

Language/History/Cultural Studies

In Seville’s streets, monuments, and museums, this course studies the development of Spanish art and culture from the 16th century Renaissance to the present. Special attention is given to the art and culture during the unique Siglos de oro of the Baroque period in the 17th and 18th centuries as exemplified in the painters Murillo, Velázquez, and Valdés Leal. From Goya, to the contemporary period with Gaudí­, Picasso, Miró, and Dalí­, consideration of present-day artists and cultural currents.

Contact Hours: 45

Credits: 3

Language/History/Cultural Studies

Drawing on the resources of Seville and its region, this course analyzes Spanish artistic expression from cave paintings of Paleolithic time through the 15th century Gothic period, including the Pre-Roman and Roman eras, and the Visigothic period. Special emphasis is given on the Hispano-Arab heritage of Al-Andalus in Seville and Southern Spain, from the eighth century North African invasion to the Nazarí of Granada, last Muslim realm in Spain. Finally, the course considers the Romanesque age and the Gothic period, whose ultimate expression is the cathedral of Seville.

Contact Hours: 45

Credits: 3

Language/History/Cultural Studies

Using the rich variety of anthropological studies by both foreign and Spanish researchers, students examine the peoples and cultures of contemporary Spain. Areas of study include rural and urban life, regional and ethnic identities, the gypsies and other marginal peoples, rituals and festivals, gender and family, work cultures, and tourism. Students also use techniques of anthropological investigation (participant-observation, life histories) to examine more closely contemporary Andalusian culture and everyday life in Seville.

Contact Hours: 45

Credits: 3

Language/History/Cultural Studies

Students examine the role of women in Spanish literature from the jarchas to the Neoclassic, a period in which few women’s voices are heard, to their appearance as major figures in Romanticism and Realism, and into the 20th century. We study how these authors portray the social and historical moment in which they lived, and their attitude towards it.
Prerequisites: Previous study of Spanish literature.

Contact Hours: 45

Credits: 3

Language/History/Cultural Studies

This course presents a literary vision of Spain from the loss of the Americas in 1898 through turmoil, Civil War and dictatorship, to democracy. Modernism, the Generation of 1898, the vanguardias, the Generation of 1927, the Civil War in literature, critical realism, parody and humor, the novel of the Transition and beyond.
Prerequisites: Previous study of Spanish literature.

Contact Hours: 45

Credits: 3

Language/History/Cultural Studies

This rich period in literary production is studied through a selection of texts and authors from the beginning of the 20th to today. Vanguardias, realismo mágico, innovations in poetry, narrative, and theater, regional and ethnic expression, and the Boom and post-Boom periods.

Contact Hours: 45

Credits: 3

Language/History/Cultural Studies

This course analyzes literary expression from indigenous tradition through Modernism and the early years of the 20th century. Primarily focusing on Colonial Literature, the course includes the study of early Spanish and American works, and the literary expression of the region’s search for cultural emancipation, Neoclassicism, Romanticism, Modernism, and post-Modernist trends.

Contact Hours: 45

Credits: 3

Language/History/Cultural Studies

Students gain a panoramic vision of the literature of the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries, through formal analysis of selected works. The course analyzes the Enlightenment and Neoclassicism, Romanticism in theater and poetry, Realism and Naturalism, Modernism, the Generation of 1898, the Generation of 1927, and literature of the Civil War and after.

Contact Hours: 45

Credits: 3

Language/History/Cultural Studies

This course surveys Medieval and Golden Age literature from earliest lyric poetry through the Baroque period. The jarchas, epic, didacticism, romances, poetry and prose, new narrative forms, and the Baroque period.

Contact Hours: 45

Credits: 3

Language/History/Cultural Studies

This course, designed for native and near-native speakers of Spanish, focuses on complex aspects of grammar, vocabulary and writing. In addition to a thorough review of challenging grammatical aspects of Spanish, this course incorporates preparation for the DELE (Diploma de Español de Lengua Extranjera). The DELE is administered internationally by the Instituto Cervantes which measures and certifies Spanish language competency. Taking the DELE is not a course requirement.
Prerequisites: Native or near native fluency and college-level writing. Acceptance into SPAN 405 takes place in Seville. This course is taught in the Continuation Period.

Contact Hours: 60

Credits: 4

Language/History/Cultural Studies

A practical examination of the forms of business communication in the Hispanic world including commercial vocabulary, the writing of business letters, and oral practice with business dialogs. Discussions of business news and study of business documents.
Prerequisites: Previous course in business.

Contact Hours: 45

Credits: 3

Language/History/Cultural Studies

Effective written communication through practical exercises in both free and directed composition in Spanish. Attention to the organization necessary in writing various types of compositions. Selected aspects of Spanish grammar are reviewed. The development of self-correction skills is encouraged as is an appreciation of form and style.

Contact Hours: 60

Credits: 4

Language/History/Cultural Studies

A course designed to help students develop language skills for health-related professions. Students participating in this course will learn how to communicate more effectively with Spanish-speaking patients and their families as well as how to consult with other health professionals. Medical health terminology, patient/client-interviewing skills, and cultural factors affecting health care delivery will also be studied.

Contact Hours: 45

Credits: 3

Language/History/Cultural Studies

The vocabulary and structures current in Spain today are practiced in realistic situations, focusing on the practical functions that language must fulfill in speech and written communication. Emphasis on the appropriate use of different degrees of formality using multiple resources. An extensive review of Spanish language. Oral drills, role playing, conversations, and practical exercises with attention to underlying structures are reinforced with readings, writing exercises, and vocabulary building. Language Course taken during Continuation Period.
Prerequisites: One course in advanced college Spanish, the equivalent, or Winter Term SPAN 301J.

Contact Hours: 60

Credits: 4

Language/History/Cultural Studies

This course is an extensive review of Spanish language and a different course from 305A. Students continue to review advanced grammar including the imperative, all forms of the subjunctive, and other grammatical tools. Oral drills, conversations, and practical exercises with attention to underlying structures are reinforced with readings, writing exercises, and vocabulary building. Taught only in the Continuation Period.
Prerequisites: Completion of one year of intermediate college Spanish or the equivalent; SPAN 305A or the Winter Term course SPAN 204J fulfills this prerequisite.

Contact Hours: 60

Credits: 4

Academic Institutions

Nestled in the heart of Seville, Spain, the SSA Center is a beacon of academic and cultural exchange. This distinguished center serves as a bridge connecting students from North America to the rich tapestry of Spanish language and culture. Boasting state-of-the-art facilities, the SSA Center provides an immersive environment for language learning, fostering a dynamic space where students can enhance their proficiency in Spanish. Beyond academics, the center is a hub for cultural engagement, offering a plethora of activities, events, and programs that allow students to deepen their understanding of Seville’s vibrant traditions and contemporary influences. The SSA Center stands as a testament to the enduring cross-cultural partnerships and creating an enriching space where students can embark on a transformative journey of education and cultural discovery.

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$30.800

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