Burgos is a historic and vibrant city in northern Spain on El Camino de Santiago. Founded in the 9th century, Burgos was the seat of the Crown of Castile and considered to be the origin of Spanish language. Among its notable landmarks are the Burgos Castle and Cathedral, and Casa del Cordin, where King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella financed Christopher Columbus’ voyage to the New World. Modern day Burgos is a cosmopolitan city with numerous cultural, entertainment and culinary options. Read more about Spain and Burgos.
Spanish Language and regional studies
Business, economics, engineering and applied science taught in English
Physical science taught in Spanish with English support (English-friendly)
Wide selection of courses taught in Spanish
Internship and community service in English and Spanish
Up to 18 credits per semester; 6 to 9 credits during summer
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