Typically offered each May, NMU students completing the intermediate level in Spanish (SN 202) may participate in the FLSA program to Salamanca, Spain.
Salamanca is full of cultural activities, restaurants, museums, churches, and other neat things to see and do. Students have three hours per day of small-group Spanish language classes, and an hour of class per day with an NMU Spanish professor -- all at the renowned Universidad de Salamanca, founded in 1218.
Afternoons and evenings are mostly free for exploring the city, hanging out with friends, drinking café con leche and enjoying the atmosphere. Former Salamanca FLSA participants have noted this experience to be at the top of their list of their undergraduate adventures here at Northern!
Stay tuned during the the Fall 2023 semester for more details on the possibility of the Salamanca FLSA in 2024. In the meantime, please contact Profe Joy (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions.
NMU's Vienna Program is NMU's longest running faculty-led study abroad program! Along side NMU German Studies and History faculty, students will immerse themselves in the area's history and culture. From hiking in the mountains, weekly chats at Kaffeehaeuser (coffee houses), and learning German at any level, there's many reasons why this program is so popular!