Barcelona : Spring 2018
Barcelona is our exciting 12-week study abroad spring destination! Experience Barcelona’s eclectic architecture, beautiful coastline, and artistic sophistication while enrolled in CSU/UC transferable community college courses. Barcelona is home to Antoni Gaudi’s fantastic Sagrada Familia church and Parc Guell as well as major museums featuring modernists Miro and Picasso and Catalan art. Although the city's origins can be traced back to the first century BC, Barcelona is also a very modern city and transportation hub with easy access to all of Europe’s popular destinations via its international airport and high-speed rail system.
Final Barcelona Citrus meeting on Thursday, October 19 in CI 159 at 3:30 p.m.
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Click here to check out a fun Barcelona student video from our 2017 program!
New! Gilman scholarship guidance video! Deadline: Oct. 3
Depart the U.S.: Thursday, February 15, 2018
Arrive in Barcelona: Friday, February 16, 2018
Optional Excursion to Madrid: Friday, March 2 through Sunday, March 4, 2018
Easter Break: Friday, March 30 through Monday, April 2, 2018
Depart Barcelona: Saturday, May 12, 2018
Click on the interest form button below to begin the application process.
Click on the brochure button below for information about the program, courses, faculty, costs, and more.
Program Costs / What is Included?
The fee per person is $7,675*. This fee is calculated based on an enrollment of 45 students and 3 faculty. The fee will decrease if we have more students participate: for 70 or more students and 4 faculty the fee will be $7,395; for 90 or more students and four faculty the fee will be $6,995.
READ THIS! Click the timeline and fee schedule button for detailed information about the application, dates, fee schedule, program components, and contact information.
Click here for the information session slide presentation.
Why Choose This Program?
This program allows you to study in Barcelona while enrolled in Citrus College courses; the courses are UC and/or CSU transferable.
Study abroad is a transformative, life-altering experience that will broaden students understanding of themselves and the world. There are numerous tangible benefits for study abroad alumni including: increased self-confidence, improved GPA, lower unemployment rates, and higher starting salaries. Check out UC Merced's
What Statistics Show about Study Abroad Students page for more information.
Application and Walk-through Video
Watch this seven-minute video about how to complete the application.
Financial Aid and Citrus Registration
Using financial aid? Return the forms below to the Citrus College Financial Aid Office beginning October 2, 2017.
Click here for the financial aid fact sheet, the Request for Financial Assistance, and Authorization for Release forms.
Walk-through Video for Financial Aid and Citrus Registration
Financial aid is available for eligible students.
Download the step-by-step guide to register on WingSpan.
Watch this five-minute video about how to apply for financial aid and register at Citrus College.
• November 22, 2017: Deposit deadline
• December 22, 2107: Balance of fees deadline
• January 20, 2018: Mandatory pre-departure meeting
More Information or Questions?
Study Abroad Specialist, Citrus College
Phone (626) 914-8560
AIFS Refund Policy
Download the AIFS Agreement and Release Form.
On or before November 22, 2017: All fees paid less $150 plus any non-refundable deposits paid either by the student or by AIFS on the student's behalf.
After November 22, but on or before December 22, 2017: All fees paid less $450 plus any non-refundable deposits paid either by the student or by AIFS on the student's behalf.
After December 22, 2017: No refund, and student is responsible for entire program fee.