Programs : Brochure
- Locations: Asilah, Morocco; Chefchaouen, Morocco; Fez, Morocco; Granada, Spain; Madrid, Spain; Rabat, Morocco; Seville, Spain
- Program Terms: Winter
- Restrictions: Elon applicants only
- Budget Sheets: Winter
|Click here for a definition of this term Class Eligibility:||0-First Year and Above||Click here for a definition of this term Minimum GPA:||2.0|
|Click here for a definition of this term Housing Options:||Shared Hostel/Hotel||Click here for a definition of this term Internship Option:||No|
|Click here for a definition of this term Volunteer/Service Opportunities:||No||Click here for a definition of this term Max Credits To Receive/Transfer:||01+04|
|Click here for a definition of this term Disciplines of Classes Available:||Elon Core Curriculum||Click here for a definition of this term Program Capacity:||30|
|Click here for a definition of this term Program Advisor/Manager:||Victoria Thompson||Click here for a definition of this term Prerequisite Preparatory Seminar Course #:||GBL 144|
|Click here for a definition of this term Program Leader 1:||Ketevan Kupatadze||Click here for a definition of this term Program Leader 2:||Mayte De Lama|
|ELR Unit:||1 unit||Click here for a definition of this term Activity Level:||Moderate|
With the life and tribulations of today's local communities as the focal point, students in this course will explore the links between Morocco and Spain on a variety of levels: the rich cultural and historic heritage from the Al Andalus era; the intersection of the “developing” and “developed” worlds; and the global impact of the increasing animosity between historically Muslim and Christian societies. In this course we will seek to make connections between Spanish and Moroccan histories and cultures, and engage in discussions on the relevant contemporary issues of diversity, inequality and co-existence, as well as religious and cultural pluralism and (in)tolerance.
Grades count toward an Elon GPA.
Study abroad courses may not be taken on an audit or pass/fail basis.
This Winter Term course has a required one semester-hour fall prerequisite preparatory seminar course associated with it. Students accepted into the Winter Term course will be automatically registered for the associated fall course. There is no additional cost for the prerequisite preparatory seminar course for students who are registered full-time even if the one credit creates an overload for a student's registration.
It is Elon University policy that students who are registered part-time for the fall semester will be charged the additional one credit hour of tuition for the fall prerequisite preparatory seminar course. Students will also be charged four credit hours of tuition for Winter Term in addition to the program fees. If students contact the Bursar's office to verify that they will be enrolled full-time in the spring semester, the four hours of Winter Term tuition will not be collected.
There will also be a required meeting about the course in May.
The spring meeting date, time, and location to be announced.
The fall pre-departure course will take place on Mondays from 5:30 - 7:10 p.m., location and start date to be announced.
Students are required to take the fall pre-departure course associated with this Winter Term course. All students will automatically be registered for the pre-departure course but must register themselves for the Winter Term course during pre-registration for Winter Term.
To cancel your participation in a program, complete the Winter Term Withdrawal questionnaire in your application.
The tentative dates for the program are January 7 through January 25, 2019.
While official flight itineraries are typically distributed in early September, the tentative group departure point is Miami (MIA) and return point is New York (JFK).
Note: This information is subject to change based on airline changes and cancellations.
Tangier and Tetouan
Fez and Sefrou
Note: Itinerary is subject to change due to availability of local facilities and scheduling issues.
Students will be housed in shared accommodations in hotels.
Costs for global study vary program to program and are in addition to the tuition for Winter Term (included in fall semester tuition/bill).
Basic cost information is available on the Cost and Credit Chart.Detailed cost information is available on the budget sheet (link at top of page).
Students seeking need-based financial support are encouraged to apply for the GEC Access Scholarship.
For additional information on scholarships or other funding for study abroad, see the Financial Planning for Global Study page.
If you qualify for a travel grant through any of the fellows or scholars programs, see the appropriate program director for more information on how to apply the grant to your study abroad program. Visit the Deadlines and Events Calendar for travel grant deadlines.
View blog posts from students on this program in years past and access blogs for Faculty-led programs on the Study Abroad Blog.
Global Ambassadors are GEC student representatives that have participated in one or more study abroad programs and have been trained to speak about their experiences. You can be in touch with current Global Ambassadors via email. They are looking forward to hearing from you!
Program Leader 1: Ketevan Kupatadze
Senior Lecturer in Spanish in the Department of World Languages and Cultures
2125 Campus Box, Carlton Building 312
Program Leader 2: Mayte De Lama
Assistant Professor of Spanish
Carlton Building 116A
2125 Campus Box Elon, NC 27244
Isabella Cannon Global Education Center (GEC)
Global Commons 360
2375 Campus Box, Elon, NC 27244
Click "apply now" from this brochure to get started, and complete your application by the deadline listed below.
|Term||Year||App Deadline||Decision Date||Start Date||End Date|
|Winter||2019||09/03/2018 **||Rolling Admission||TBA||TBA|
NOTE: Below are the application deadlines for this program.
March 5: Priority application period begins.
March 15, 11:59 p.m. EDT: Priority period deadline. All applications received during the priority period are reviewed for eligibility and merit rather than time of submission.
March 27: Status notification for students that applied by the priority deadline.
Change period begins. Students that applied by the priority deadline can change into an open program by completing a Change Form (available in the GEC starting March 27).
March 29: Rolling period begins. All programs with spots remaining will reopen for application. New applications will be reviewed on a rolling and space-available basis.
Sept. 3, 11:59 p.m. EDT: Final application and deposit credit deadline. Students accepted to programs that cancel after this date will not have the deposit credited to their account.
Sept. 4, 5 p.m. EDT: Final deadline for students on a wait list to enroll in an open program. No students will be accepted into programs off of wait lists after this date. Students that are not accepted into programs will have the deposit credited to their account after this date.
Please view the deadlines page for payment and cancellation deadlines.
The start date and end date listed reflect the dates students are expected to arrive in and depart from the host location and reflect the best information available to the Global Education Center. Please do not purchase plane tickets based on these dates. Individual programs will provide updates after your acceptance to the program.
** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applications will be reviewed on a space-available basis and applicants will be notified of their application status within two weeks of submission.
Indicates that deadline has passed