Consolidate your language skills
Study abroad in Bogotá, Colombia
In conjunction with the School of Commerce, we are establishing a new study abroad programme in Bogotá, Colombia, in 2017. This programme will provide students with a unique opportunity to study Spanish and Commerce while gaining hands-on experience in the Latin American business world.
Exchange programme with Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha
The Spanish Programme has an exchange programme with the University of Castilla-La Mancha in Spain. UC students can study at any one of the university's four campuses, located at Ciudad Real, Toledo, Cuenca, and Albacete.
This is a unique opportunity to improve your Spanish linguistic skills by studying in Spain for one or two semesters. Students usually undertake an exchange in their second year of Spanish studies at UC, and suitable courses at Castilla-La Mancha can be credited towards your degree.
If Spanish is your major and you have a minimum average of a B, you may be eligible to apply. Contact the Spanish Subject Coordinator, the International Mobility Coordinator or visit UC's Outgoing Exchange website.
Deadline 1 August.
Teach English in Spain
Every year the Spanish Government (through the Ministry of Education) offers scholarships and temporary job positions for New Zealanders majoring in Spanish. Find out more.
Other study abroad options
Intensive summer courses in Spanish are available at Cuernavaca, in Mexico, and Salamanca, in Spain.
The Mexican Government has scholarships available for foreign students who want to live and study in Mexico, and you may be eligible for a outbound scholarship through Education New Zealand.
Contact the Spanish Subject Coordinator for more details.
Working Holiday Visas for Chile and Argentina
New Zealanders between the ages of 18 and 31 are eligible for working holiday visas for Argentina and Chile. This is an opportunity to combine short-term, temporary employment with a holiday and travel. Living, studying and working in a Spanish-speaking country is very beneficial language acquisition and cultural understanding.
For Working Holiday Scheme Visa requirements contact the Chilean and Argentinean Embassies and Consular offices in New Zealand.
For Chile Visa information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
For Argentina Visa information contact email@example.com
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