A Day in the Life: Seville, Spain

November 03, 2017

For my Fall semester in Seville, I'm taking 15 credit hours of class through CEA. Classes at CEA are Monday-Thursday with most Fridays off, however this may not be the case for those taking additional classes with a partner university. Though I have a full course load, I find my schedule to be quite manageable and I have to say, I'm loving my classes so far.

My five courses include Communication and Global Competence, Advanced Spanish, Digital Culture for Social Change, Seville: Culture, Identity and Citizenship and an Internship Seminar. What I love the most about these classes is that all of them are interactive and most include components outside of the classroom, such as visits to local businesses and public venues.

Check out my video above to see what an average day going to and from class looks like here in beautiful Seville!

Amanda P. is the Fall 2017 MOJO Blogger in Seville, Spain. She is currently a Senior studying Global Studies & Communications at University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee.

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