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This program is designed for students who wish to complete elective courses primarily in English, in combination with Spanish language. Spanish language is offered at all levels at the UAB. All students will complete an online Spanish language placement test to determine their Spanish level. Based on a student’s language level, the number of elective courses in English will vary. Any student may choose to add extra elective courses for an additional fee. Almost all elective courses are conducted in English and are upper-division courses. UAB language levels correspond to the European Common Framework.

What's Included?

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Orientation Materials and Resources

Access to International Phone Plans

API Alumni Network

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Scholarships

On Site Services

Airport Reception

API Center

On-Site Orientation

Excursions (overnight, day, international)

Tuition

Medical and Life Insurance

Resident Directors

Social and Cultural Activities

Welcome and Farewell Group Meals

Volunteer Opportunities

Tutoring

Housing (including meals and laundry with host families)

Language and Culture Tools

Re-Entry Services

Re-Entry Materials and Support

Post-Program Evaluation

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Application Requirements

  • Minimum 2.75 G.P.A.
  • Open to sophomores, juniors, and seniors
  • Open to all levels of Spanish speakers
  • Completed API application
  • University Approval Form
  • One letter of recommendation
  • Official transcript
  • Additional application forms (including a housing form, a course form, and visa form)
  • One (electronic) passport-sized photo
  • Entry Documents: valid passport with student visa

API students participate in several excursions per session designed to help familiarize them with areas of their host city, country, and surrounding region. The following is a listing of all excursions for API Barcelona programs. All excursions are subject to change.

  • Lisbon

    Lisbon is a European city like no other. It boasts as grand a cultural and historical heritage as many other European cities but also has an earthier side that sets it apart. An impressive Gothic cathedral, the Hieronymites Monastery, St. George’s Castle and Torre de Belém are all part of the colorful cityscape. Another side of Lisbon is discovered wandering around the narrow lanes of Alfama, Rossio and Barrio Alto Quarters, and taking in the sounds and rhythm of the city. One experiences a step back in time through visits to the cultural sites in Lisbon, while also gaining an impression of the differences between Portugal and Spain.

  • Winery and Calçotada

    El Penedès is one of Spain’s richest regions both in historical and gastronomical terms. Sant Sadurní d’Anoia is the center of production of cava (sparkling wine). You will discover a place of stunning beauty and culture in a vineyard built by “Modernista” architects. Calçotada is an annual gastronomical celebration held only in Winter time. It’s grilled green onion dipped in romesco sauce.

  • Seville

    Seville, capital of the Andalucía region of southern Spain, is a unique example where history, tradition, and modernity merge in an incomparable city. The core of Islamic Seville includes the area on the East bank of the Guadalquivir where the Cathedral, the Christian Alcázar, and the medieval quarter is known as the Barrio Santa Cruz is located today. To explore the city’s narrow streets and smell the orange blossoms in Spring while mingling with people at a cafe is definitely an unforgettable experience.

  • Girona & Besalú

    Girona is a jewel of culture and history acquired over 2.000 years. The medieval town is surrounded by a magnificent wall which is preserved almost in its entirety. The Jewish quarter, known as the “Call”, spreads out in a maze of small, narrow and often steeply sloping streets. Besalú was a meeting place of different cultures, which have enriched the heritage of the town. It is a small and picturesque village with great architectural value.

What You’ll Study

TOTAL CREDITS - 12 credits per semester

This program is designed for students who wish to complete elective courses primarily in English, in combination with Spanish language. Spanish language is offered at all levels at the UAB. All students will complete an online Spanish language placement test to determine their Spanish level. Based on a student’s language level, the number of elective courses in English will vary. Any student may choose to add extra elective courses for an additional fee. Almost all elective courses are conducted in English and are upper-division courses. UAB language levels correspond to the European Common Framework.

TRANSCRIPTS

API students will receive a transcript from the Universitat Autònoma of Barcelona upon completion of their program.

Staff & Coordinators

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    Alicia Castillo

    Alicia Castillo will be your Resident Director and a resource for you on-site.

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    Ruth Layola Gómez

    Ruth will be your Housing Director in Barcelona and will organize your living accommodations for you!

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    Mireia Pujol

    Mireia Pujol will be your Student Services Director in Barcelona and will assist you in adjusting to the Spanish culture!

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    Arnau Roma Sansa

    Arnau Roma Sansa will be your Academic Director on-site and will assist you in achieving your educational goals abroad.

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    Rebecca Cott

    Rebecca Cott will be your Program Manager and prepare you to go abroad!

    Email - rebecca.cott@apiabroad.com

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    Lauren Daniels

    Lauren Daniels will be your Program Manager for this location and will prepare you to go abroad with us!

    Email - lauren.daniels@apiabroad.com

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    Gabi Perches

    Gabi Perches will be your Program Coordinator and prepare you to go abroad!

    Email - gabriela.perches@apiabroad.com

COURSE OFFERINGS

Students may split their studies between two campuses: the Sant Pau campus and the Eixample campus, which are satellite campuses of UAB’s main Bellaterra campus. The Eixample campus is located within a 30-minute walk or 15-minute metro ride of the Sant Pau campus, and a 5-minute walk from the Plaza Catalunya. The Sant Pau campus is located in the Eixample neighborhood of Barcelona. Here students study in a fabulous, renovated UNESCO World Heritage building. The Sant Pau campus is a 20-25 minute metro ride from the Plaza Catalunya. Coursework at the Eixample campus can be combined with coursework at Sant Pau Campus.

Option 1: Spanish Language and Electives (for all Spanish levels)

Students testing in the A1, A2 or B1.1 levels (the equivalent to the beginning and low intermediate levels, according to the European Common Framework) will be required to complete a minimum of 3 credit hours of Spanish. Alternately, students at any of these three lower levels may choose to complete a 6-credit Spanish course. Students testing into the B1.2 level or higher are not required to complete any Spanish language courses, though it is highly recommended. Students at the B1.2 level or higher who elect to complete Spanish will complete the equivalent of 90 hours of language study. Students selecting this track will complete two electives in English if they complete a 6-credit hour Spanish course and three electives in English if they complete a 3-credit hour Spanish course.

Option 2: Electives only (for Spanish levels B1.2 and higher only)

Students who test at the B1.2 level or higher on the online UAB Spanish placement test are eligible to select four elective courses in English, in lieu of completing any Spanish language courses.

CREDIT INFORMATION

Most API partner universities in Spain operate on the contact hour system, wherein the number of credits earned depends on the time spent in class. To determine the conversion of contact hours to U.S. credits, divide the contact hours available by 15.

100, 200 Level Spanish Language

On completing this course, student should be able to take part in very simple conversations on topics of daily life. For example, be familiar with the Spanish alphabet letters and signs and relate them to the corresponding sounds. Recognize the main intonations of the Spanish language. Express themselves with a minimum level of correctness and a pronunciation that can be understood by a Spanish speaker, and understand basic information (timetables, shopping, personal information) and communicate in everyday situations.

Language of Instruction: Spanish    Course Level: Lower Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Lower Division  

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Spanish Language - 100 Level

On completing this course, student should be able to: — be familiar with the Spanish alphabet letters and signs and relate them to the corresponding sounds. — recognise the main intonations of the Spanish language. — express themselves with a minimum level of correctness and a pronunciation that can be understood by a Spanish speaker. — understand basic information (timetables, shopping, personal information) and communicate in everyday situations. — take part in very simple conversations on topics of daily life: basic communicational situations (forms of social interaction) and personal relations (talking about habits and personal tastes).

Language of Instruction: Spanish    Course Level: Lower Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 6   Course Level: Lower Division  

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Spanish Language – 200 Level

On completing this course, student should be able to: — Improve their level of accuracy in pronunciation and intonation in Spanish. — Use Spanish to interact effectively in the classroom, recognising and using communication mechanisms in this area. — Participate appropriately in everyday conversations, both face-to-face and by telephone. — Recognise moods from the way in which speakers express themselves and react appropriately. — Understand in general terms the information in texts about general subjects.

Language of Instruction: Spanish    Course Level: Lower Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 6   Course Level: Lower Division  

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Spanish Language – 300 Level

On completing this course, student should be able to: — Understand without any difficulty any conversation between native speakers on non-specialist themes, in standard register. — Follow an oral presentation in an academic environment on subject included in their studies (lectures, conferences, presentation and contributions by colleagues in the classroom), write and summarise information from notes taken during the class. — Recognise attitudes and moods in a speaker from intonation, gestures, rhythm, etc. — Understand genuine literary texts by contemporary authors, both Spanish ad Latin American, with some lack of vocabulary.

Language of Instruction: Spanish    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 6   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Business in Action: Local Companies in a Global World - Eixample Campus

The goal of this course is to gain an insight into the different strategies and operational activities of Catalan and Spanish institutions and companies working within the European framework. Students will maintain direct contact with the business and economic world in Barcelona where, with the full personal support and collaboration of the Instructor, they will gain hands-on experience of observing, researching, interacting with and analyzing a range of local companies.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Doing Business in Emerging Markets - Eixample Campus

This course is centered on the challenges and opportunities associated with organizational management and business strategy in emerging economies. Business cases in emerging economies from diverse geographical regions such as Asia, Latin America, Middle East and Eastern Europe will be discussed.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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E-Commerce and Online Business - Eixample Campus

This course examines the major concepts that enable e-Commerce, including the Internet, security and privacy, software and hardware architectures, policy, legal and economic issues. The objectives of the course are to become familiar with the technologies, strategy and management issues associated with e-Commerce as well as to develop a good understanding of the risks in its use.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Cross-Cultural Management - Eixample Campus

In an increasingly global world, managers must be able to handle diversity effectively. The aim of this course is therefore: To increase the awareness of the impact of national cultures on business. To provide the students with theoretical and practical tools in order to improve their productivity when working and doing business with people from other cultures. To make the students more aware of their personal orientations.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Entrepreneurship and New Venture Creation - Eixample Campus

The purpose of this course is to explore business creation and growth as a multidimensional phenomenon in both independent and corporate (intrapreneurship) settings. By linking theory and practice the course aims to provide students an entrepreneurial perspective and a hands-on experience in the development of new business ventures.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Español para los negocios - Eixample Campus

This course is aimed at students who want to improve their level of Spanish, focusing mainly on the field of Business.

Language of Instruction: English    Language Level Required: Intermediate   Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Gestión Intercultural - Eixample Campus

The objective of the course is to develop the intercultural competence of students to facilitate their studies abroad and to make them aware of the complexity of the work in the multicultural environment. When working with people from different cultures it is essential to be aware that there are cultural differences that can affect the performance of the teams. The lack of positive management of cultural differences can be reflected in the low levels of motivation of the teams and in conflictive situations.

Language of Instruction: English    Language Level Required: Intermediate   Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Negocios Internacionales (International Business)

This course will provide an overview of the challenges facing businesses as they compete on the global playing field. Students start the course by focusing on the economic foundations of international business. Next they will consider the main forces that shape business across countries: political, economic, cultural and legal forces. The last part of the course will analyse the internal aspects of a firm oriented towards international business.

Language of Instruction: Spanish    Language Level Required: Intermediate   Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Estrategias de Marketing Internacional (International Marketing Strategies)

This course focuses on the marketing and management strategy in the context of international markets. It introduces the complex reality of international marketing that is constantly evolving. It evaluates the cultural, social, economic, etc. differences that are related to marketing.

Language of Instruction: English    Language Level Required: Intermediate   Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Human Resource Management - Eixample Campus

The objective of this course is to enable students to find their place in organizations by developing the appropriated competencies and promoting the right attitudes and behaviour. In order to balance life and career pursuits, nowadays, we talk about managing career trajectories. Students will have to design a marketing plan where they are the product.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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International Business - Eixample Campus

This course will provide an overview of the challenges facing businesses as they compete on the global playing field. Students start the course by focusing on the economic foundations of international business. Next they will consider the main forces that shape business across countries: political, economic, cultural and legal forces. The last part of the course will analyse the internal aspects of a firm oriented towards international business.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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International Finance - Eixample Campus

This course extends the principles of finance to the international context. Topics include exchange rate determination, foreign exchange markets, currency derivatives (forwards, futures, swaps, options and money market), and exposure (translation, transaction and economic).

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Managing Services - Eixample Campus

This course presents a deep analysis in terms of interrelations which exist between marketing processes, operations, logistics and human resources in the services industry. The course will analyse many differences in the concept of efficiency, quality, personal touch and other variables between the US, Europe and Asia. The international perspective will evaluate the most important issues to take into account in the services industry in different countries and clusters.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Managerial Skills for International Business - Eixample Campus

The course intends to enable students to know about the basics of management and leadership. It also intends to develop the participant’s managerial skills that are necessary for a successful career. Students will develop their managerial skills throughout different ways, including business cases, debates, teamwork, role playing, etc. The lecturer will ask for an interactive dialogue within the participants and aim to gain a final high level of participation.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Contact Hours: 3 Course Level: Upper Division  

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Strategic Management of the Firm - Eixample Campus

The main objective of this course is to equip students with current knowledge and practical skills in strategic management. This is especially important in order to provide up-to-date applied knowledge of fundamental strategic issues, their pitfalls, and how to “read between-the-lines” of strategic management. This will be very useful for your career as a consultant, business analyst, corporate director, etc. We will discuss up-to- date and “hot” topics that companies face today.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Behavior and Incentives in Economics: the Case of Soccer - Eixample Campus

This course takes soccer as an illustration of theories and empirical evidence related to economic incentives and behaviour. Soccer is widely followed and generates a great amount of information. This knowledge is used in a systematic way to explore the validity of economic theories and to empirically test predictions generated by these theories.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Communication and Gender - Eixample Campus

This course aims to reflect on the importance of the media in the production, reproduction and perpetuation (or change) of gender roles. Students will investigate how socially constructed gender categories inform our daily lives as citizens, consumers and creators of public discourse.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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The Creative Economy - Eixample Campus

The purpose of the course is to make the students aware of the crucial role of creativity and innovation in 21st century and provide them with tools to be effective actors of change in their organizations in the future.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Geopolitics and International Relations

Geopolitics is the art and practice of using political power over a given territory. At the end of the course students will be able to learn what are the most important dynamics in International Relations and what are going to be the consequences in business and economics at country level.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Inequality, Poverty and Globalization - Eixample Campus

In this course students will study the development of international and global inequality, inequality within nations, gender inequality and poverty in the long run. The main questions that the student will be able to discuss are: has inequality increased over time?, does globalisation make the world more unequal?, what policies have been implemented in order to reduce inequality and how effective have they been?, and why should we care about poverty?

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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International Communication - Eixample Campus

The aim of this course is to increase student understanding and awareness of the impact of our differences on the way we communicate and receive messages. The main differences the course focuses on are nationality, race, class, gender and religion. Students will study and observe how different identities under those categories affect people’s perceptions of themselves as individuals, themselves within their groups, themselves within other groups, and how those perceptions affect the way they communicate and interpret messages.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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International Economics - Eixample Campus

This course deals with the first aspect of international economics, i.e. the real transactions and focuses on two main aspects of it: international trade theory and evidence and international trade policy.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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The Political Economy of European Integration - Eixample Campus

This course will introduce students to the main issues of economics and politics of European integration by using an economic approach. The course addresses key economic questions that arise from the process of integration. By the end, students will be able to apply and relate conceptual and theoretical knowledge underpinning the course of the economic and political process of European integration.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Politics of the Developing World - Eixample Campus

This is an introductory course to the politics of development from a comparative perspective. We will be addressing development issues across different points in time and across different world regions.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Politics, War and Economy in the Age of Globalization - Eixample Campus

This course wants to offer a global introduction to World Politics and Economics studying different theories and perspectives explained by different authors since 1991. By studying the International Relations under the Cold War students will cover how two superpowers organized two areas of influence creating two minor globalizations. In the last part of the course, students will revise the major perspectives on Globalization and how it is shaped everyday by the interactions of millions of people.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Strategic Behavior in Business and Economics

This course in designed as a brief introduction to individual decision making. Its main objective is to provide the students with decision theory and game theory tools that can be useful not only in business environments but also in everyday life.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Understanding the European Economy - Eixample Campus

This course aims to deepen student’s knowledge of the institutional functioning of the EU as well as its most important economic policies. The course will briefly review the history of the EU and its most important economic institutions. Then we will examine both the main differences in the member state’s economies and the EU’s budget in an effort to understand the ongoing budgetary debate in the Union.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Arte Español (Spanish Art)

This course will introduce students to Spanish Contemporary Art from 1970 to 1990.

Language of Instruction: English    Language Level Required: Intermediate   Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Digital Photography for Beginners - Campus May Vary

The course is designed for photography enthusiasts who want to take control of their camera and start to explore the beauty and diversity of photography.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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The Great Art Collections in Spain - Sant Pau Campus

The purpose of the course is to teach students about the great art collections preserved in the most important Spanish museums. Students will study the origin and formation of these collections as well as the way they are in display today. Along the course, the student will be also able to recognize the most important masterpieces of the Spanish art, know the reasons that account for their unanimous positive appraisal, and analyze their artistic characteristics and their social and historical implications.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Modernism: Art Nouveau Architecture Sketched and Explained - Sant Pau Campus

This course offers the opportunity to discover the master works of Barcelona’s Art Nouveau architecture and the marvels of design contained in them. The history and cultural context of Modernism will be explained in the classroom. But this course will give special emphasis to the outdoors practice. Students will do sketches in front of the buildings and in the museum discovering and appreciating the often hidden qualities of the flowing Art Nouveau lines. The approach will be much more personal and accurate than if given in the strictly academic fashion.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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New Tendencies of Spanish Contemporary Art - Sant Pau Campus

This course is an introduction to some of these new territories and how they are being explored by Spanish Contemporary Artists. In Contemporary art the frontiers between the classic disciplines are dissolving. Contemporary art is becoming ever more interdisciplinary, at times confusing, unclassifiable where all kinds of fusions, exchanges, frictions, transaction and dialogues are occurring.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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The Seven Wonders of Spain, Spanish Architectural History - Sant Pau Campus

This course focuses on how Public Art, Graffiti and Urban Interventions have an important cultural value to a forever developing city. Urban environments with a strong public art expression give communities a stronger sense of place and identity.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Spanish Art and Cultural Heritage - Sant Pau Campus

This course gives an overall view of the art history of Spain from prehistoric times to the present, dealing in more detail with the Baroque period, Modernism and 20th century art. There will be regular visits to museums in order to keep the course as close to real artistic practice as possible. However, this course also has a special focus on the theory aspects of Art History, which we will develop throughout the in-class sessions.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Spanish Contemporary Art - Sant Pau Campus

The course provides an introduction to Spanish contemporary art, it examines the concepts behind the work and the evolution of Spanish art in relation to similar movements in Europe and the United States The course is complimented by visits to relevant exhibitions in Barcelona and talks by professional artists.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Urban Interventions, Graffiti & Public Sculpture: The Case of Barcelona - Sant Pau Campus

This course focuses on how Public Art, Graffiti and Urban Interventions have an important cultural value to a forever developing city. Urban environments with a strong public art expression give communities a stronger sense of place and identity.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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A Greater Middle East - Sant Pau Campus

The goal of this course is to offer an in-depth introduction to a fundamental geostrategic area since the end of World War II, that is, the Middle East. The course will cover region by region but always trying to keep the global picture behind the specific region.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Barcelona: City Planning and Architecture - Sant Pau Campus

This course wants to explain the History and the evolution of the City of Barcelona. The perspective used will be that of Urbanism, Politics and Society, understanding them as the result of the same historical process. Architecture will be treated when necessary, like studying Modernisme or Noucentisme.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Civilización y Cultura Española (Spanish Civilization and Culture)

["This course begins with an extensive review of the history of Spain as a way to give students a general frame of reference where they can place the topics discussed in class. Different cultures in Spain will be examined: Castellana, Catalana, Vasca and Gallega","paying special attention to language, nationality and political implications."]

Language of Instruction: English    Language Level Required: Intermediate   Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Cultures Without State: The Case of Catalonia - Sant Pau Campus

This course wants to explain the Ideas of Nation, Nationalism and State using the Catalan Case and the evolution of such ideas in the West. Also the Basque Country will be used to explain a different perspective on Nationalism and how violence affects one of the wealthiest territories of Spain. At a minor level, Galicia will be studied as the third major Nationalist group in Spain but focusing more in the previous two cases.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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The Image of Barcelona in Literature - Sant Pau Campus

This course will explore the city through though the eyes of artists and writers. Students begin the course in the nineteenth century with the rise of the modern metropolis that we know today and finish with the post-Olympic urban reality of the twenty-first century. Students will encounter a wide variety of materials– poetry, novel, theater and essay– and will be expected to study them with a critical eye, applying additional historical, cultural and theoretical readings.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Introduction to Catalan Language - Sant Pau Campus

Upon successful completion of this course users are able to cope linguistically in a range of limited but basic survival situations which require a very predictable use of language. They can 1)Give simple personal details about themselves, such as where they live, who they know, what they like and what they have. 2)Express basic needs. Ask for and give specific information using common, everyday expressions and very simple phrases. 3) Understand short texts, expressed in simple language, directed at the general public.

Language of Instruction: Catalan   

Recommended US semester credits: 3  

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Mediterranean Culture and History - Sant Pau Campus

This course wants to offers a wide introduction to the History of the Mediterranean Basin since the emergence of civilization to the present day situation studying the most important changes in the political and social scenario. At the same time, students will study the development of the most important cultures of the Mediterranean ―Ancient Greece, Rome, the Renaissance― and also the most important Mediterranean religions ―the polytheist, the henotheist and the monotheist.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Mediterranean Politics - Sant Pau Campus

This course explores issues of development, the state, and democracy within the Mediterranean region with a special attention to Southern Europe, North Africa, and Turkey (from a comparative perspective). In this exploration we will pay attention to issues of Modernity and its significance and connection to development, the state, and democracy. The religion-politics duality is of essence throughout the semester. A cultural component (films, related to Mediterranean political issues) will be part of this course.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Spanish History and Politics: 1936 to the Present - Sant Pau Campus

This course aims to provide students with an in-depth understanding of recent Spanish history and its political system(s). Following a chronological explanation, the major historical, political and military events will be explained, without losing perspective of the social and economic consequences, and always trying to picture the big periods and changes that the country has undergone in the last decades.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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An Urban Approach to Spain and Europe - Sant Pau Campus

This course will show you how European cities (and those who live, work or do politics there) are facing the above mentioned challenges, and how they are trying to position themselves in an increasingly competitive environment to attract the best business, people or visitors, specially facing the increasing competition from third world megacities.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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100, 200 Level Spanish Language

On completing this course, student should be able to take part in very simple conversations on topics of daily life. For example, be familiar with the Spanish alphabet letters and signs and relate them to the corresponding sounds. Recognize the main intonations of the Spanish language. Express themselves with a minimum level of correctness and a pronunciation that can be understood by a Spanish speaker, and understand basic information (timetables, shopping, personal information) and communicate in everyday situations.

Language of Instruction: Spanish    Course Level: Lower Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Lower Division  

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Spanish Language - 100 Level

On completing this course, student should be able to: — be familiar with the Spanish alphabet letters and signs and relate them to the corresponding sounds. — recognise the main intonations of the Spanish language. — express themselves with a minimum level of correctness and a pronunciation that can be understood by a Spanish speaker. — understand basic information (timetables, shopping, personal information) and communicate in everyday situations. — take part in very simple conversations on topics of daily life: basic communicational situations (forms of social interaction) and personal relations (talking about habits and personal tastes).

Language of Instruction: Spanish    Course Level: Lower Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 6   Course Level: Lower Division  

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Spanish Language – 200 Level

On completing this course, student should be able to: — Improve their level of accuracy in pronunciation and intonation in Spanish. — Use Spanish to interact effectively in the classroom, recognising and using communication mechanisms in this area. — Participate appropriately in everyday conversations, both face-to-face and by telephone. — Recognise moods from the way in which speakers express themselves and react appropriately. — Understand in general terms the information in texts about general subjects.

Language of Instruction: Spanish    Course Level: Lower Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 6   Course Level: Lower Division  

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Spanish Language – 300 Level

On completing this course, student should be able to: — Understand without any difficulty any conversation between native speakers on non-specialist themes, in standard register. — Follow an oral presentation in an academic environment on subject included in their studies (lectures, conferences, presentation and contributions by colleagues in the classroom), write and summarise information from notes taken during the class. — Recognise attitudes and moods in a speaker from intonation, gestures, rhythm, etc. — Understand genuine literary texts by contemporary authors, both Spanish ad Latin American, with some lack of vocabulary.

Language of Instruction: Spanish    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 6   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Business in Action: Local Companies in a Global World - Eixample Campus

The goal of this course is to gain an insight into the different strategies and operational activities of Catalan and Spanish institutions and companies working within the European framework. Students will maintain direct contact with the business and economic world in Barcelona where, with the full personal support and collaboration of the Instructor, they will gain hands-on experience of observing, researching, interacting with and analyzing a range of local companies.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Doing Business in Emerging Markets - Eixample Campus

This course is centered on the challenges and opportunities associated with organizational management and business strategy in emerging economies. Business cases in emerging economies from diverse geographical regions such as Asia, Latin America, Middle East and Eastern Europe will be discussed.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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E-Commerce and Online Business - Eixample Campus

This course examines the major concepts that enable e-Commerce, including the Internet, security and privacy, software and hardware architectures, policy, legal and economic issues. The objectives of the course are to become familiar with the technologies, strategy and management issues associated with e-Commerce as well as to develop a good understanding of the risks in its use.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Cross-Cultural Management - Eixample Campus

In an increasingly global world, managers must be able to handle diversity effectively. The aim of this course is therefore: To increase the awareness of the impact of national cultures on business. To provide the students with theoretical and practical tools in order to improve their productivity when working and doing business with people from other cultures. To make the students more aware of their personal orientations.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Entrepreneurship and New Venture Creation - Eixample Campus

The purpose of this course is to explore business creation and growth as a multidimensional phenomenon in both independent and corporate (intrapreneurship) settings. By linking theory and practice the course aims to provide students an entrepreneurial perspective and a hands-on experience in the development of new business ventures.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Español para los negocios - Eixample Campus

This course is aimed at students who want to improve their level of Spanish, focusing mainly on the field of Business.

Language of Instruction: English    Language Level Required: Intermediate   Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Gestión Intercultural - Eixample Campus

The objective of the course is to develop the intercultural competence of students to facilitate their studies abroad and to make them aware of the complexity of the work in the multicultural environment. When working with people from different cultures it is essential to be aware that there are cultural differences that can affect the performance of the teams. The lack of positive management of cultural differences can be reflected in the low levels of motivation of the teams and in conflictive situations.

Language of Instruction: English    Language Level Required: Intermediate   Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Negocios Internacionales (International Business)

This course will provide an overview of the challenges facing businesses as they compete on the global playing field. Students start the course by focusing on the economic foundations of international business. Next they will consider the main forces that shape business across countries: political, economic, cultural and legal forces. The last part of the course will analyse the internal aspects of a firm oriented towards international business.

Language of Instruction: Spanish    Language Level Required: Intermediate   Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Estrategias de Marketing Internacional (International Marketing Strategies)

This course focuses on the marketing and management strategy in the context of international markets. It introduces the complex reality of international marketing that is constantly evolving. It evaluates the cultural, social, economic, etc. differences that are related to marketing.

Language of Instruction: English    Language Level Required: Intermediate   Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Human Resource Management - Eixample Campus

The objective of this course is to enable students to find their place in organizations by developing the appropriated competencies and promoting the right attitudes and behaviour. In order to balance life and career pursuits, nowadays, we talk about managing career trajectories. Students will have to design a marketing plan where they are the product.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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International Business - Eixample Campus

This course will provide an overview of the challenges facing businesses as they compete on the global playing field. Students start the course by focusing on the economic foundations of international business. Next they will consider the main forces that shape business across countries: political, economic, cultural and legal forces. The last part of the course will analyse the internal aspects of a firm oriented towards international business.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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International Finance - Eixample Campus

This course extends the principles of finance to the international context. Topics include exchange rate determination, foreign exchange markets, currency derivatives (forwards, futures, swaps, options and money market), and exposure (translation, transaction and economic).

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Managing Services - Eixample Campus

This course presents a deep analysis in terms of interrelations which exist between marketing processes, operations, logistics and human resources in the services industry. The course will analyse many differences in the concept of efficiency, quality, personal touch and other variables between the US, Europe and Asia. The international perspective will evaluate the most important issues to take into account in the services industry in different countries and clusters.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Managerial Skills for International Business - Eixample Campus

The course intends to enable students to know about the basics of management and leadership. It also intends to develop the participant’s managerial skills that are necessary for a successful career. Students will develop their managerial skills throughout different ways, including business cases, debates, teamwork, role playing, etc. The lecturer will ask for an interactive dialogue within the participants and aim to gain a final high level of participation.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Contact Hours: 3 Course Level: Upper Division  

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Strategic Management of the Firm - Eixample Campus

The main objective of this course is to equip students with current knowledge and practical skills in strategic management. This is especially important in order to provide up-to-date applied knowledge of fundamental strategic issues, their pitfalls, and how to “read between-the-lines” of strategic management. This will be very useful for your career as a consultant, business analyst, corporate director, etc. We will discuss up-to- date and “hot” topics that companies face today.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Behavior and Incentives in Economics: the Case of Soccer - Eixample Campus

This course takes soccer as an illustration of theories and empirical evidence related to economic incentives and behaviour. Soccer is widely followed and generates a great amount of information. This knowledge is used in a systematic way to explore the validity of economic theories and to empirically test predictions generated by these theories.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Communication and Gender - Eixample Campus

This course aims to reflect on the importance of the media in the production, reproduction and perpetuation (or change) of gender roles. Students will investigate how socially constructed gender categories inform our daily lives as citizens, consumers and creators of public discourse.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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The Creative Economy - Eixample Campus

The purpose of the course is to make the students aware of the crucial role of creativity and innovation in 21st century and provide them with tools to be effective actors of change in their organizations in the future.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Geopolitics and International Relations

Geopolitics is the art and practice of using political power over a given territory. At the end of the course students will be able to learn what are the most important dynamics in International Relations and what are going to be the consequences in business and economics at country level.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Inequality, Poverty and Globalization - Eixample Campus

In this course students will study the development of international and global inequality, inequality within nations, gender inequality and poverty in the long run. The main questions that the student will be able to discuss are: has inequality increased over time?, does globalisation make the world more unequal?, what policies have been implemented in order to reduce inequality and how effective have they been?, and why should we care about poverty?

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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International Communication - Eixample Campus

The aim of this course is to increase student understanding and awareness of the impact of our differences on the way we communicate and receive messages. The main differences the course focuses on are nationality, race, class, gender and religion. Students will study and observe how different identities under those categories affect people’s perceptions of themselves as individuals, themselves within their groups, themselves within other groups, and how those perceptions affect the way they communicate and interpret messages.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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International Economics - Eixample Campus

This course deals with the first aspect of international economics, i.e. the real transactions and focuses on two main aspects of it: international trade theory and evidence and international trade policy.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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The Political Economy of European Integration - Eixample Campus

This course will introduce students to the main issues of economics and politics of European integration by using an economic approach. The course addresses key economic questions that arise from the process of integration. By the end, students will be able to apply and relate conceptual and theoretical knowledge underpinning the course of the economic and political process of European integration.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Politics of the Developing World - Eixample Campus

This is an introductory course to the politics of development from a comparative perspective. We will be addressing development issues across different points in time and across different world regions.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Politics, War and Economy in the Age of Globalization - Eixample Campus

This course wants to offer a global introduction to World Politics and Economics studying different theories and perspectives explained by different authors since 1991. By studying the International Relations under the Cold War students will cover how two superpowers organized two areas of influence creating two minor globalizations. In the last part of the course, students will revise the major perspectives on Globalization and how it is shaped everyday by the interactions of millions of people.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Strategic Behavior in Business and Economics

This course in designed as a brief introduction to individual decision making. Its main objective is to provide the students with decision theory and game theory tools that can be useful not only in business environments but also in everyday life.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Understanding the European Economy - Eixample Campus

This course aims to deepen student’s knowledge of the institutional functioning of the EU as well as its most important economic policies. The course will briefly review the history of the EU and its most important economic institutions. Then we will examine both the main differences in the member state’s economies and the EU’s budget in an effort to understand the ongoing budgetary debate in the Union.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Arte Español (Spanish Art)

This course will introduce students to Spanish Contemporary Art from 1970 to 1990.

Language of Instruction: English    Language Level Required: Intermediate   Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Digital Photography for Beginners - Campus May Vary

The course is designed for photography enthusiasts who want to take control of their camera and start to explore the beauty and diversity of photography.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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The Great Art Collections in Spain - Sant Pau Campus

The purpose of the course is to teach students about the great art collections preserved in the most important Spanish museums. Students will study the origin and formation of these collections as well as the way they are in display today. Along the course, the student will be also able to recognize the most important masterpieces of the Spanish art, know the reasons that account for their unanimous positive appraisal, and analyze their artistic characteristics and their social and historical implications.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Modernism: Art Nouveau Architecture Sketched and Explained - Sant Pau Campus

This course offers the opportunity to discover the master works of Barcelona’s Art Nouveau architecture and the marvels of design contained in them. The history and cultural context of Modernism will be explained in the classroom. But this course will give special emphasis to the outdoors practice. Students will do sketches in front of the buildings and in the museum discovering and appreciating the often hidden qualities of the flowing Art Nouveau lines. The approach will be much more personal and accurate than if given in the strictly academic fashion.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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New Tendencies of Spanish Contemporary Art - Sant Pau Campus

This course is an introduction to some of these new territories and how they are being explored by Spanish Contemporary Artists. In Contemporary art the frontiers between the classic disciplines are dissolving. Contemporary art is becoming ever more interdisciplinary, at times confusing, unclassifiable where all kinds of fusions, exchanges, frictions, transaction and dialogues are occurring.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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The Seven Wonders of Spain, Spanish Architectural History - Sant Pau Campus

This course focuses on how Public Art, Graffiti and Urban Interventions have an important cultural value to a forever developing city. Urban environments with a strong public art expression give communities a stronger sense of place and identity.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Spanish Art and Cultural Heritage - Sant Pau Campus

This course gives an overall view of the art history of Spain from prehistoric times to the present, dealing in more detail with the Baroque period, Modernism and 20th century art. There will be regular visits to museums in order to keep the course as close to real artistic practice as possible. However, this course also has a special focus on the theory aspects of Art History, which we will develop throughout the in-class sessions.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Spanish Contemporary Art - Sant Pau Campus

The course provides an introduction to Spanish contemporary art, it examines the concepts behind the work and the evolution of Spanish art in relation to similar movements in Europe and the United States The course is complimented by visits to relevant exhibitions in Barcelona and talks by professional artists.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Urban Interventions, Graffiti & Public Sculpture: The Case of Barcelona - Sant Pau Campus

This course focuses on how Public Art, Graffiti and Urban Interventions have an important cultural value to a forever developing city. Urban environments with a strong public art expression give communities a stronger sense of place and identity.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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A Greater Middle East - Sant Pau Campus

The goal of this course is to offer an in-depth introduction to a fundamental geostrategic area since the end of World War II, that is, the Middle East. The course will cover region by region but always trying to keep the global picture behind the specific region.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Barcelona: City Planning and Architecture - Sant Pau Campus

This course wants to explain the History and the evolution of the City of Barcelona. The perspective used will be that of Urbanism, Politics and Society, understanding them as the result of the same historical process. Architecture will be treated when necessary, like studying Modernisme or Noucentisme.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Civilización y Cultura Española (Spanish Civilization and Culture)

["This course begins with an extensive review of the history of Spain as a way to give students a general frame of reference where they can place the topics discussed in class. Different cultures in Spain will be examined: Castellana, Catalana, Vasca and Gallega","paying special attention to language, nationality and political implications."]

Language of Instruction: English    Language Level Required: Intermediate   Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Cultures Without State: The Case of Catalonia - Sant Pau Campus

This course wants to explain the Ideas of Nation, Nationalism and State using the Catalan Case and the evolution of such ideas in the West. Also the Basque Country will be used to explain a different perspective on Nationalism and how violence affects one of the wealthiest territories of Spain. At a minor level, Galicia will be studied as the third major Nationalist group in Spain but focusing more in the previous two cases.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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The Image of Barcelona in Literature - Sant Pau Campus

This course will explore the city through though the eyes of artists and writers. Students begin the course in the nineteenth century with the rise of the modern metropolis that we know today and finish with the post-Olympic urban reality of the twenty-first century. Students will encounter a wide variety of materials– poetry, novel, theater and essay– and will be expected to study them with a critical eye, applying additional historical, cultural and theoretical readings.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Introduction to Catalan Language - Sant Pau Campus

Upon successful completion of this course users are able to cope linguistically in a range of limited but basic survival situations which require a very predictable use of language. They can 1)Give simple personal details about themselves, such as where they live, who they know, what they like and what they have. 2)Express basic needs. Ask for and give specific information using common, everyday expressions and very simple phrases. 3) Understand short texts, expressed in simple language, directed at the general public.

Language of Instruction: Catalan   

Recommended US semester credits: 3  

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Mediterranean Culture and History - Sant Pau Campus

This course wants to offers a wide introduction to the History of the Mediterranean Basin since the emergence of civilization to the present day situation studying the most important changes in the political and social scenario. At the same time, students will study the development of the most important cultures of the Mediterranean ―Ancient Greece, Rome, the Renaissance― and also the most important Mediterranean religions ―the polytheist, the henotheist and the monotheist.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Mediterranean Politics - Sant Pau Campus

This course explores issues of development, the state, and democracy within the Mediterranean region with a special attention to Southern Europe, North Africa, and Turkey (from a comparative perspective). In this exploration we will pay attention to issues of Modernity and its significance and connection to development, the state, and democracy. The religion-politics duality is of essence throughout the semester. A cultural component (films, related to Mediterranean political issues) will be part of this course.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Spanish History and Politics: 1936 to the Present - Sant Pau Campus

This course aims to provide students with an in-depth understanding of recent Spanish history and its political system(s). Following a chronological explanation, the major historical, political and military events will be explained, without losing perspective of the social and economic consequences, and always trying to picture the big periods and changes that the country has undergone in the last decades.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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An Urban Approach to Spain and Europe - Sant Pau Campus

This course will show you how European cities (and those who live, work or do politics there) are facing the above mentioned challenges, and how they are trying to position themselves in an increasingly competitive environment to attract the best business, people or visitors, specially facing the increasing competition from third world megacities.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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100, 200 Level Spanish Language

On completing this course, student should be able to take part in very simple conversations on topics of daily life. For example, be familiar with the Spanish alphabet letters and signs and relate them to the corresponding sounds. Recognize the main intonations of the Spanish language. Express themselves with a minimum level of correctness and a pronunciation that can be understood by a Spanish speaker, and understand basic information (timetables, shopping, personal information) and communicate in everyday situations.

Language of Instruction: Spanish    Course Level: Lower Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Lower Division  

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Spanish Language - 100 Level

On completing this course, student should be able to: — be familiar with the Spanish alphabet letters and signs and relate them to the corresponding sounds. — recognise the main intonations of the Spanish language. — express themselves with a minimum level of correctness and a pronunciation that can be understood by a Spanish speaker. — understand basic information (timetables, shopping, personal information) and communicate in everyday situations. — take part in very simple conversations on topics of daily life: basic communicational situations (forms of social interaction) and personal relations (talking about habits and personal tastes).

Language of Instruction: Spanish    Course Level: Lower Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 6   Course Level: Lower Division  

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Spanish Language – 200 Level

On completing this course, student should be able to: — Improve their level of accuracy in pronunciation and intonation in Spanish. — Use Spanish to interact effectively in the classroom, recognising and using communication mechanisms in this area. — Participate appropriately in everyday conversations, both face-to-face and by telephone. — Recognise moods from the way in which speakers express themselves and react appropriately. — Understand in general terms the information in texts about general subjects.

Language of Instruction: Spanish    Course Level: Lower Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 6   Course Level: Lower Division  

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Spanish Language – 300 Level

On completing this course, student should be able to: — Understand without any difficulty any conversation between native speakers on non-specialist themes, in standard register. — Follow an oral presentation in an academic environment on subject included in their studies (lectures, conferences, presentation and contributions by colleagues in the classroom), write and summarise information from notes taken during the class. — Recognise attitudes and moods in a speaker from intonation, gestures, rhythm, etc. — Understand genuine literary texts by contemporary authors, both Spanish ad Latin American, with some lack of vocabulary.

Language of Instruction: Spanish    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 6   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Business in Action: Local Companies in a Global World - Eixample Campus

The goal of this course is to gain an insight into the different strategies and operational activities of Catalan and Spanish institutions and companies working within the European framework. Students will maintain direct contact with the business and economic world in Barcelona where, with the full personal support and collaboration of the Instructor, they will gain hands-on experience of observing, researching, interacting with and analyzing a range of local companies.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Doing Business in Emerging Markets - Eixample Campus

This course is centered on the challenges and opportunities associated with organizational management and business strategy in emerging economies. Business cases in emerging economies from diverse geographical regions such as Asia, Latin America, Middle East and Eastern Europe will be discussed.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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E-Commerce and Online Business - Eixample Campus

This course examines the major concepts that enable e-Commerce, including the Internet, security and privacy, software and hardware architectures, policy, legal and economic issues. The objectives of the course are to become familiar with the technologies, strategy and management issues associated with e-Commerce as well as to develop a good understanding of the risks in its use.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Cross-Cultural Management - Eixample Campus

In an increasingly global world, managers must be able to handle diversity effectively. The aim of this course is therefore: To increase the awareness of the impact of national cultures on business. To provide the students with theoretical and practical tools in order to improve their productivity when working and doing business with people from other cultures. To make the students more aware of their personal orientations.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Entrepreneurship and New Venture Creation - Eixample Campus

The purpose of this course is to explore business creation and growth as a multidimensional phenomenon in both independent and corporate (intrapreneurship) settings. By linking theory and practice the course aims to provide students an entrepreneurial perspective and a hands-on experience in the development of new business ventures.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Español para los negocios - Eixample Campus

This course is aimed at students who want to improve their level of Spanish, focusing mainly on the field of Business.

Language of Instruction: English    Language Level Required: Intermediate   Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Gestión Intercultural - Eixample Campus

The objective of the course is to develop the intercultural competence of students to facilitate their studies abroad and to make them aware of the complexity of the work in the multicultural environment. When working with people from different cultures it is essential to be aware that there are cultural differences that can affect the performance of the teams. The lack of positive management of cultural differences can be reflected in the low levels of motivation of the teams and in conflictive situations.

Language of Instruction: English    Language Level Required: Intermediate   Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Negocios Internacionales (International Business)

This course will provide an overview of the challenges facing businesses as they compete on the global playing field. Students start the course by focusing on the economic foundations of international business. Next they will consider the main forces that shape business across countries: political, economic, cultural and legal forces. The last part of the course will analyse the internal aspects of a firm oriented towards international business.

Language of Instruction: Spanish    Language Level Required: Intermediate   Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Estrategias de Marketing Internacional (International Marketing Strategies)

This course focuses on the marketing and management strategy in the context of international markets. It introduces the complex reality of international marketing that is constantly evolving. It evaluates the cultural, social, economic, etc. differences that are related to marketing.

Language of Instruction: English    Language Level Required: Intermediate   Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Human Resource Management - Eixample Campus

The objective of this course is to enable students to find their place in organizations by developing the appropriated competencies and promoting the right attitudes and behaviour. In order to balance life and career pursuits, nowadays, we talk about managing career trajectories. Students will have to design a marketing plan where they are the product.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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International Business - Eixample Campus

This course will provide an overview of the challenges facing businesses as they compete on the global playing field. Students start the course by focusing on the economic foundations of international business. Next they will consider the main forces that shape business across countries: political, economic, cultural and legal forces. The last part of the course will analyse the internal aspects of a firm oriented towards international business.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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International Finance - Eixample Campus

This course extends the principles of finance to the international context. Topics include exchange rate determination, foreign exchange markets, currency derivatives (forwards, futures, swaps, options and money market), and exposure (translation, transaction and economic).

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Managing Services - Eixample Campus

This course presents a deep analysis in terms of interrelations which exist between marketing processes, operations, logistics and human resources in the services industry. The course will analyse many differences in the concept of efficiency, quality, personal touch and other variables between the US, Europe and Asia. The international perspective will evaluate the most important issues to take into account in the services industry in different countries and clusters.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Managerial Skills for International Business - Eixample Campus

The course intends to enable students to know about the basics of management and leadership. It also intends to develop the participant’s managerial skills that are necessary for a successful career. Students will develop their managerial skills throughout different ways, including business cases, debates, teamwork, role playing, etc. The lecturer will ask for an interactive dialogue within the participants and aim to gain a final high level of participation.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Contact Hours: 3 Course Level: Upper Division  

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Strategic Management of the Firm - Eixample Campus

The main objective of this course is to equip students with current knowledge and practical skills in strategic management. This is especially important in order to provide up-to-date applied knowledge of fundamental strategic issues, their pitfalls, and how to “read between-the-lines” of strategic management. This will be very useful for your career as a consultant, business analyst, corporate director, etc. We will discuss up-to- date and “hot” topics that companies face today.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Behavior and Incentives in Economics: the Case of Soccer - Eixample Campus

This course takes soccer as an illustration of theories and empirical evidence related to economic incentives and behaviour. Soccer is widely followed and generates a great amount of information. This knowledge is used in a systematic way to explore the validity of economic theories and to empirically test predictions generated by these theories.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Communication and Gender - Eixample Campus

This course aims to reflect on the importance of the media in the production, reproduction and perpetuation (or change) of gender roles. Students will investigate how socially constructed gender categories inform our daily lives as citizens, consumers and creators of public discourse.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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The Creative Economy - Eixample Campus

The purpose of the course is to make the students aware of the crucial role of creativity and innovation in 21st century and provide them with tools to be effective actors of change in their organizations in the future.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Geopolitics and International Relations

Geopolitics is the art and practice of using political power over a given territory. At the end of the course students will be able to learn what are the most important dynamics in International Relations and what are going to be the consequences in business and economics at country level.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Inequality, Poverty and Globalization - Eixample Campus

In this course students will study the development of international and global inequality, inequality within nations, gender inequality and poverty in the long run. The main questions that the student will be able to discuss are: has inequality increased over time?, does globalisation make the world more unequal?, what policies have been implemented in order to reduce inequality and how effective have they been?, and why should we care about poverty?

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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International Communication - Eixample Campus

The aim of this course is to increase student understanding and awareness of the impact of our differences on the way we communicate and receive messages. The main differences the course focuses on are nationality, race, class, gender and religion. Students will study and observe how different identities under those categories affect people’s perceptions of themselves as individuals, themselves within their groups, themselves within other groups, and how those perceptions affect the way they communicate and interpret messages.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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International Economics - Eixample Campus

This course deals with the first aspect of international economics, i.e. the real transactions and focuses on two main aspects of it: international trade theory and evidence and international trade policy.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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The Political Economy of European Integration - Eixample Campus

This course will introduce students to the main issues of economics and politics of European integration by using an economic approach. The course addresses key economic questions that arise from the process of integration. By the end, students will be able to apply and relate conceptual and theoretical knowledge underpinning the course of the economic and political process of European integration.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Politics of the Developing World - Eixample Campus

This is an introductory course to the politics of development from a comparative perspective. We will be addressing development issues across different points in time and across different world regions.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Politics, War and Economy in the Age of Globalization - Eixample Campus

This course wants to offer a global introduction to World Politics and Economics studying different theories and perspectives explained by different authors since 1991. By studying the International Relations under the Cold War students will cover how two superpowers organized two areas of influence creating two minor globalizations. In the last part of the course, students will revise the major perspectives on Globalization and how it is shaped everyday by the interactions of millions of people.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Strategic Behavior in Business and Economics

This course in designed as a brief introduction to individual decision making. Its main objective is to provide the students with decision theory and game theory tools that can be useful not only in business environments but also in everyday life.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Understanding the European Economy - Eixample Campus

This course aims to deepen student’s knowledge of the institutional functioning of the EU as well as its most important economic policies. The course will briefly review the history of the EU and its most important economic institutions. Then we will examine both the main differences in the member state’s economies and the EU’s budget in an effort to understand the ongoing budgetary debate in the Union.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Arte Español (Spanish Art)

This course will introduce students to Spanish Contemporary Art from 1970 to 1990.

Language of Instruction: English    Language Level Required: Intermediate   Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Digital Photography for Beginners - Campus May Vary

The course is designed for photography enthusiasts who want to take control of their camera and start to explore the beauty and diversity of photography.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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The Great Art Collections in Spain - Sant Pau Campus

The purpose of the course is to teach students about the great art collections preserved in the most important Spanish museums. Students will study the origin and formation of these collections as well as the way they are in display today. Along the course, the student will be also able to recognize the most important masterpieces of the Spanish art, know the reasons that account for their unanimous positive appraisal, and analyze their artistic characteristics and their social and historical implications.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Modernism: Art Nouveau Architecture Sketched and Explained - Sant Pau Campus

This course offers the opportunity to discover the master works of Barcelona’s Art Nouveau architecture and the marvels of design contained in them. The history and cultural context of Modernism will be explained in the classroom. But this course will give special emphasis to the outdoors practice. Students will do sketches in front of the buildings and in the museum discovering and appreciating the often hidden qualities of the flowing Art Nouveau lines. The approach will be much more personal and accurate than if given in the strictly academic fashion.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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New Tendencies of Spanish Contemporary Art - Sant Pau Campus

This course is an introduction to some of these new territories and how they are being explored by Spanish Contemporary Artists. In Contemporary art the frontiers between the classic disciplines are dissolving. Contemporary art is becoming ever more interdisciplinary, at times confusing, unclassifiable where all kinds of fusions, exchanges, frictions, transaction and dialogues are occurring.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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The Seven Wonders of Spain, Spanish Architectural History - Sant Pau Campus

This course focuses on how Public Art, Graffiti and Urban Interventions have an important cultural value to a forever developing city. Urban environments with a strong public art expression give communities a stronger sense of place and identity.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Spanish Art and Cultural Heritage - Sant Pau Campus

This course gives an overall view of the art history of Spain from prehistoric times to the present, dealing in more detail with the Baroque period, Modernism and 20th century art. There will be regular visits to museums in order to keep the course as close to real artistic practice as possible. However, this course also has a special focus on the theory aspects of Art History, which we will develop throughout the in-class sessions.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Spanish Contemporary Art - Sant Pau Campus

The course provides an introduction to Spanish contemporary art, it examines the concepts behind the work and the evolution of Spanish art in relation to similar movements in Europe and the United States The course is complimented by visits to relevant exhibitions in Barcelona and talks by professional artists.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Urban Interventions, Graffiti & Public Sculpture: The Case of Barcelona - Sant Pau Campus

This course focuses on how Public Art, Graffiti and Urban Interventions have an important cultural value to a forever developing city. Urban environments with a strong public art expression give communities a stronger sense of place and identity.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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A Greater Middle East - Sant Pau Campus

The goal of this course is to offer an in-depth introduction to a fundamental geostrategic area since the end of World War II, that is, the Middle East. The course will cover region by region but always trying to keep the global picture behind the specific region.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Barcelona: City Planning and Architecture - Sant Pau Campus

This course wants to explain the History and the evolution of the City of Barcelona. The perspective used will be that of Urbanism, Politics and Society, understanding them as the result of the same historical process. Architecture will be treated when necessary, like studying Modernisme or Noucentisme.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Civilización y Cultura Española (Spanish Civilization and Culture)

["This course begins with an extensive review of the history of Spain as a way to give students a general frame of reference where they can place the topics discussed in class. Different cultures in Spain will be examined: Castellana, Catalana, Vasca and Gallega","paying special attention to language, nationality and political implications."]

Language of Instruction: English    Language Level Required: Intermediate   Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Cultures Without State: The Case of Catalonia - Sant Pau Campus

This course wants to explain the Ideas of Nation, Nationalism and State using the Catalan Case and the evolution of such ideas in the West. Also the Basque Country will be used to explain a different perspective on Nationalism and how violence affects one of the wealthiest territories of Spain. At a minor level, Galicia will be studied as the third major Nationalist group in Spain but focusing more in the previous two cases.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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The Image of Barcelona in Literature - Sant Pau Campus

This course will explore the city through though the eyes of artists and writers. Students begin the course in the nineteenth century with the rise of the modern metropolis that we know today and finish with the post-Olympic urban reality of the twenty-first century. Students will encounter a wide variety of materials– poetry, novel, theater and essay– and will be expected to study them with a critical eye, applying additional historical, cultural and theoretical readings.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Introduction to Catalan Language - Sant Pau Campus

Upon successful completion of this course users are able to cope linguistically in a range of limited but basic survival situations which require a very predictable use of language. They can 1)Give simple personal details about themselves, such as where they live, who they know, what they like and what they have. 2)Express basic needs. Ask for and give specific information using common, everyday expressions and very simple phrases. 3) Understand short texts, expressed in simple language, directed at the general public.

Language of Instruction: Catalan   

Recommended US semester credits: 3  

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Mediterranean Culture and History - Sant Pau Campus

This course wants to offers a wide introduction to the History of the Mediterranean Basin since the emergence of civilization to the present day situation studying the most important changes in the political and social scenario. At the same time, students will study the development of the most important cultures of the Mediterranean ―Ancient Greece, Rome, the Renaissance― and also the most important Mediterranean religions ―the polytheist, the henotheist and the monotheist.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Mediterranean Politics - Sant Pau Campus

This course explores issues of development, the state, and democracy within the Mediterranean region with a special attention to Southern Europe, North Africa, and Turkey (from a comparative perspective). In this exploration we will pay attention to issues of Modernity and its significance and connection to development, the state, and democracy. The religion-politics duality is of essence throughout the semester. A cultural component (films, related to Mediterranean political issues) will be part of this course.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Spanish History and Politics: 1936 to the Present - Sant Pau Campus

This course aims to provide students with an in-depth understanding of recent Spanish history and its political system(s). Following a chronological explanation, the major historical, political and military events will be explained, without losing perspective of the social and economic consequences, and always trying to picture the big periods and changes that the country has undergone in the last decades.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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An Urban Approach to Spain and Europe - Sant Pau Campus

This course will show you how European cities (and those who live, work or do politics there) are facing the above mentioned challenges, and how they are trying to position themselves in an increasingly competitive environment to attract the best business, people or visitors, specially facing the increasing competition from third world megacities.

Language of Instruction: English    Course Level: Upper Division  

Recommended US semester credits: 3   Course Level: Upper Division  

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Highlights
  • Classes: taught in Spanish & English
  • International excursion

API students in Barcelona can choose from three different housing options. Students may choose to live with a host family, in a student apartment, or in a student dormitory. Internet access is included in all three options.

Students who choose to live with families share a double room with a fellow API student and be provided with 2 meals per day and laundry service. Students can opt for a single room for an additional fee.

API apartments in Barcelona generally have 2-4 bedrooms (the majority of which are double-rooms) with a shared kitchen, common area, and bathrooms. Apartments are located throughout the center of Barcelona and tend to be 30-45 minutes from the universities. Students can opt for a single room for an additional fee.

Students who would prefer apartment-style living alongside other Spanish and American students would enjoy API’s dorm/residence hall option. The student dorm has both single and double-room options, with a shared kitchen and private bathroom. Internet access is guaranteed in all rooms. This option carries an additional fee.

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*Please note the application deadline has been extended for the Spring session. Additional fees may apply.

Session Program Dates Program Cost Application Deadline Payment Deadline
Spring Jan 7, 2020 - Apr 23, 2020 $11,680 Oct 1, 2019 Oct 15, 2019 Nov 1, 2019
Spring Jan 4, 2019 - Apr 12, 2019 $11,680 Oct 1, 2018 Nov 1, 2018
Academic Year Sep 2, 2019 - Apr 23, 2020 $22,380 May 1, 2019 Jul 1, 2019
Fall Sep 2, 2019 - Dec 13, 2019 $11,680 May 1, 2019 Jul 1, 2019