Faculty and Administration

BSA offers a wide range of academic programs mostly for our students. But also, for the interest of faculty and study abroad administrators who could consider facilitating an experience abroad for their students.

Faculty Development program (FDL)

This program is specific for faculty and study abroad administrators to facilitate their understanding of the students experiences in Granada with BSA. They will walk in students shoes taking classes in Spanish and receiving lectures on different aspects of the culture and life of Spain and Granada. Moreover, they will participate in activities arranged by the program, and they will have the opportunities to live with host families (optional) and navigate the town that students feel as their home during their study abroad experience. For more information, please contact us

Faculty Led Program (FLP)

BSA offers our facilities and expertise to faculty and administration to travel with their students for academic and cultural purposes to Granada. We could help with housing arrangements with families or in apartments, tickets and transportation. As well as with cultural activities, walks, conferences, and classrooms for meetings with students.

Time length will depend on the group possibilities according to the academic calendar: Spring Break, January Term, Summer options. Despite the fact that the FLP will be based in Granada, optional trips to cities nearby may enhance the students’ experience.

We offer the following fields, but we are open to suggestions to explore:

  • History
  • Art
  • Religion
  • Business
  • Biology
  • Global Health

If you request further information about fields of study and other questions related to this option, please, let us know.

Resources

BSA has a manual for the professors to facilitate advising to students interested in studying with us. On this manual, we explain what to consider before travelling to Granada. For example, the list of courses, breakdown of credits for each program of study, the registration process.

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