The WSU Summer Program in Puebla, Mexico provides an excellent opportunity for students, teachers and other interested individuals to study the Spanish language, to gain the invaluable experience of living in another country and to earn college credit toward a degree or teacher certification. Students in the program spend six weeks in Puebla -- either in the Hotel Colonial, or in a private home with a Mexican family, or both. During their stay they attend daily conversation, reading, pronunciation or grammar classes taught by Wichita State faculty and local Mexican conversation directors and professors. There are also ample opportunities for students to visit nearby points of interest, including Mexico City in the interior and other historic sites. Now in its 50th year, this well-organized and well-established program allows people of all ages to enjoy a unique and rewarding educational experience.
Apply for Study Abroad scholarships:
MCLL Study Abroad Scholarship Application - Due February 1, 2013
COST (approximate): $4,500 for undergraduates; $4,990 for graduate students. Tuition for 6 hours is included. This does not include roundtrip airfare, books, and incidental expenses.
For further information about this year's Summer Program, contact Dr. Eunice Doman Myers, Puebla Summer Program Director at:
WSU Puebla Summer Program
Fairmount College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Dean's Office
Wichita, KS 67260-0005
Phone: (316) 978-6659
FAX: (316) 978-3234