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Sevilla Office in Sevilla, Spain

U.S. Contact for Sevilla (Site Specialist)

Kayla Dummer
512-480-8522
Email: kdummer@studiesabroad.com

U.S. Contact for Sevilla (Program Manager)

Emily Busse
512-480-8522
Email: ebusse@studiesabroad.com

U.S. Contact for Sevilla (ELAP Program Manager)

Katie Goldberg
512-480-8522
Email: kgoldberg@studiesabroad.com

Sevilla Staff

Administrative Director
Student Services
Coordinator of Housing
Coordinator of Logistics
Coordinator of Student Services
Coordinator of Student Services
Coordinator of Student Services
Coordinator of Student Services
Coordinator of Academic Services
Academic Coordinator of European Programs and Services
Executive Vice President of European and African Operations

Sevilla Office

ISA students studying in Sevilla will have access to the ISA office, located in the city center and surrounded by the María Luisa Park, which is the biggest park in town, the Plaza de España, and other beautiful pavillions from the 1929 Ibero-American Expo. Also, it is just a twenty to twenty-five minute walk from the Cathedral, the Alcazar Palace, the Universidad de Sevilla, and other historic buildings.

The office is located in a recently renovated, typical Andalucian-style building from 1926, with a spacious front yard that welcomes students to enjoy the diverse academic and social activities held there. The building houses seven classroom/meeting rooms, all equipped with multimedia equipment, resident director offices, computer/internet terminals, and even kitchen facilities. During normal office hours (Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.), students may come here to access the free computer/internet facilities, receive tutoring, utilize academic and other resources, check the ISA bulletin board for upcoming community and cultural events, or simply visit with the ISA staff.

On Site Amenities

  • 7 classrooms/meeting rooms (capacity ranging from 15-30 students)
  • 4 computer/internet stations and printer
  • Resource room/library of academic, community, and travel resources
  • Overhead projector in all the classes and mobile LCD projector
  • Selection of Spanish movies
  • "Professor's Corner" with 1 computer for university professors/visiting faculty
  • Snack and soft drink machine
  • Wireless Internet
  • Media theater (capacity of 34 students)
  • Front yard and 2 terraces