The University of Seville is located in the city center just East of the Cathedral and just North of the river. The building itself previously housed one of the largest tobacco factories in all of Europe. Today it offers classes to some of Seville's brightest students. It makes going to class as a student so much easier when you are surrounded with beautiful history and art.
The professors are very involved and help you to get to know the area of Seville by going on class fieldtrips around the city in order to incorporate the material you are learning with the city around you. Once classes are done, you can enjoy a nice bocadillo with your amigos in the cafeteria with a nice glass of freshly squeezed zumo for some vitamin c. Right in the middle of the action of the city, this university is perfect for international students who want to get immersed in the culture. Follow me and I'll show you around
Hannah Wessling is the Fall 2015 CEA MOJO Photographer in Seville, Spain. She is currently a junior at Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado.
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