The NW CÁDIZ program offers American students the opportunity
to live and study in Cádiz, Spain, for one semester (fall or win-spr) or a full
academic year. Administered by the University of Washington, this
study-abroad program operates under a formal working agreement with
the University of Cádiz. It is the only full-year American
study-abroad program located in Cádiz. Students live in a small
student residence hall or with a private family, and attend classes
at the University of Cádiz's Facultad de Filosofía y
Letras. NW CÁDIZ courses are especially designed for the program's
students and are taught in Spanish by members of the University of
CÁDIZ is operated by the University of Washington. Western
Washington University is an affiliated institution. In Cádiz
the program is directed by a full-time Resident Director, a 2002
UW graduate who majored in Spanish and International Studies. The Resident
Director is assisted by a UW graduate assistant, a local University of
Cadiz faculty coordinator who is also one of the program's instructors and
by a Housing Coordinator. The Northwest Cadiz Program invites applications
from students who are currently enrolled at any college or university
in the U.S. or Canada.
For annual program calendars, application and housing forms, student
photos, Cádiz links, and other information, visit Professor
Cádiz page. Information may be requested by e-mail from
Prof. Suzanne Petersen, firstname.lastname@example.org,
or Suzanna Martínez, email@example.com.
Study Abroad Overview
UW IPE Office
Programs during the Academic Year:
Cádiz, Spain - Fall
Cádiz, Spain - Win/ Spr
León, Spain- Fall
León, Spain- Spring
León, Spain- Spring: Children's Literature
Global Scholarship- $2,000-5,000. Eligibility: WA resident with
documented financial need.
Fall Semester- March 20th
Spring Semester- Oct. 20th
Scholarship- $2,000-5,000. Eligibility: Humanities or Social Sciences major with a
cumulative GPA of at least 3.0.
Susan B. Johnson Scholarship for Study in Spain-
$500. Eligibility: yearlong enrollment in a study program in Spain; based
on need and merit. Contact Suzanne Petersen
for more information.
Benjamin A. Gilman International
Scholarship Program- up to $5000. Eligibility: current Pell Grant recipient. Diversity
oriented: under-represented students, fields of study, etc. Application deadline Apr. 6, 2010.
WAFLT Student Excel
Scholarships- $500. Eligibility: WA resident enrolled in a 300-level or higher world
language course in Fall Quarter. Merit based. Application deadline early March for
Funding Ideas for Study Abroad