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Study Abroad in Seville, Spain

Home to the Moorish Alcazar, delicious tapas, and flamenco dancing, Seville is steeped in thousands of years of rich history and culture. 

In Spring 2020, experience the chance to live in this beautiful city while enrolled in 12 units that are CSU/UC transferable.

Interested? Email CRUBIO19@MTSAC.EDU for more information.

Learn More About Studying Abroad In Seville

Seville, Spain (Spring 2020)

Participating in Study Abroad is a way to change the way you see yourself as well as the world around you. Wherever you go, you will discover a world of new possibilities.

Attend one of the following fall information sessions to learn more about studying in Seville for spring 2020. All sessions will be held in the Language Learning Center on campus (77-1005):

  • Thursday, September 05 at 1:30 PM
  • Monday, September 16 at 1 PM
  • Wednesday, September 25 at 11 AM
  • Tuesday, October 15 at 3 PM

Eligibility for all programs requires a cumulative GPA of 2.5 in at least 12 units of previous college level course work at an accredited college.  First year students enrolled in 12 units may be accommodated with a "work-in-progress" form submitted by the application deadline.  If you are interested in applying for one of the programs send an email to with your name and phone number.

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Contact Us

M, W & Th:  8:00 am - 1:00 pm
Tue: 8 am - 12 pm
Building 26A, Room 1610
Inside the Teacher's Prep Institute
(909) 274-4534 (Cassie Rubio)

The Southern California Foothills Consortium for Study Abroad is a cooperative venture among the community college districts of Antelope Valley College, Barstow Community College, Chaffey College, Citrus College, College of the Canyons, College of the Desert, Crafton Hills College, MiraCosta College, Mt. San Antonio College, Mt. San Jacinto College, Rio Hondo College, San Bernardino Valley College and Victor Valley College in partnership with The American Institute for Foreign Study (AIFS). This partnership allows students to make normal progress toward their undergraduate degrees while utilizing foreign resources and cross-cultural experiences. Students who attend other community colleges and universities are welcome to apply. Financial aid is available to eligible students.