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Academic Year

Tourism, Hospitality Management & Business Courses with Locals in English

Universidad de Barcelona

Academic Year 5 2016-2017 (Sep 5, 2016 to May 20, 2017)
Catalog Code: IBRY3416

This program is for students who would like to take courses in the fields of Tourism, Hospitality Management, and/or Business. Students on this program can take courses taught in English with local Spanish students. Student at a high intermediate language level of Spanish or above can also take courses in Spanish with other international students.

*All classes are taken at the CETT Campus located 25 minutes by metro to the city centre with International and Local Students. CETT is an international school affiliated with the University of Barcelona and specializes in tourism, hotel management, and gastronomy.

Please note that a student visa is required for programs over 90 days. Please reference the Student Visa & Embassy page for more information. Applying for a visa could require out of state travel.

Prices & Dates

September 5, 2016 - May 20, 2017

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June 1, 2016 Extended to June 10, 2016

Application Due Date:

June 15, 2016

Final Forms & Payments Due:

Program in Progress

Admissions Status:

*prices and dates are subject to change


Minimum GPA

Students must have a minimum grade point average of 2.50.

Minimum Admissions Prerequisites

There is no language requirement for this program. No student, regardless of language level, will be required to enroll in Spanish language. However, it is strongly encouraged that students enroll in language in order to fully immerse themselves in the language and culture of the area.

Students at the high intermediate level (B1) or above will also have the opportunity to enroll in courses taught in Spanish pending the official UB CETT language placement exam.
All students must take an online Spanish language placement exam before arrival in Barcelona. The exam will indicate each student's language proficiency level, and will determine the courses in which the student is eligible to enroll. Students who arrive in Spain having completed one full year of college-level Spanish (or the equivalent) will likely place into the intermediate level courses. Students who arrive in Spain having completed two years of college-level Spanish (or the equivalent) will likely place into the advanced level courses.

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