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Program Description:
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University of Cordoba
Cordoba, Spain


Description
The province of Cordoba, with a population of over 750,000 inhabitants, is one of eight that make up the Autonomous Community of Andalusia. The province covers 13,723.20 square kilometres, accounting for 2.7% of the total area of Spain.
Cordoba is a city immersed in history. Thanks to its cultural and monumental legacy, Cordoba was designated World Heritage City by the UNESCO in 1984 and is a leading candidate for the European Capital of Culture title in 2016. A crossroads of diverse cultures throughout the city’s history, the splendour it achieved under the Romans and Visigoths grew with the arrival of the Muslims at the beginning of the 8th century when Cordoba became the capital of Al-Andalus; the largest and most developed city in the West. The Mosque, one of the most emblematic monuments of the city, was the greatest in the Western world under Muslim rule. Located on the banks of the Guadalquivir River, the Mosque houses a Christian cathedral. The nearby Jewish Quarter, where the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters is located, stands out for its narrow, winding streets.

Location
Located in the Guadalquivir River Valley, the city is bordered to the north by the Sierra Morena mountain range and to the south by the Campiña, one of the most traditional farming areas of Andalusia.


Contact Information
Cordoba's international page can be found here
Please email Emilio Arjona, movilidad.ucoglobal@uco.es, for more information
Here is a list of the courses taught at the University of Cordoba


Requirements
Students must meet all of the minimum admissions requirements: Language Proficiency, GPA, etc.


How it Works
Cost

Because this is an exchange program between ETSU and the University of Cordoba, you can attend this school paying ETSU tuition and fees while paying Cordoba for the Housing and Meals
Below is a table listing the costs that are paid to ETSU and to Cordoba.
Fee Table Per Semester
*Fees are subject to change
ETSU Costs
 
Bilateral Institution Costs 
 
Other Costs
Pay the Following:
  • ETSU tuition and fees: ~$4,750
    • Link to cost is located here
    • Click "Undergraduate"
    • The exchange agreement requires you to pay 15 credit hours (though you are only required to 12 or more credit hours)
  • ETSU Admin Fee: $100
  • ETSU Housing and Meals, plus $200: ~$4,000
    • Note: costs are equivalent to Lucille Clement Housing and the Silver Dining Plan. The $200 is to cover costs when the cafeteria is closed.
    • If the institution abroad does not have a meal plan, they will provide a monthly stipend to cover meals. 
  • Bucs Abroad Application Fee: $32
Pay the Following:
  • Housing and Meals, found here
  • Health Insurance (the institution will notify you which insurance to purchase)
  • Application Fee
  • Institution-Specific Expenses
    • Some institutions abroad require residence hall insurance, deposits and/or application fees
    • Contact the institution to see if there are any other fees
Bank Statement:
  • The government requires international students to show proof of sufficient funds in the form of a bank statement (this is not unique to the country, the US government also requires this from incoming international students). This is to show that you are able to cover the fees in the “Other” column, as well as cover any unforeseen emergencies. If you are a dependent, you can provide a bank statement from a parent or guardian.
Definite Costs:
  • Airfare
  • In-country transportation (e.g. train, taxi)
Potential Costs (Vary by Country):
  • Student Visa Fees 
    • ​Travel costs: students are required to obtain a student visa in-person. TN residents must travel to the consulate in Houston, TX. NC and VA residents can travel to Washington, DC.
Miscellaneous Costs:
  • Bed sheets
  • Towels
  • Cookware
  • Souvenirs
  • Other
 
 Costs to Deduct from the Price
*Deductions are unique to the individual. Please consult Amy Collins at collinsa@etsu.edu for more information.
ETSU
Financial Aid & Scholarships
 
Private Scholarships
Pell Grant (if eligible)

Roan Scholars Scholarship (if eligible)

Tennessee Lottery Scholarship (if eligible)

Other Financial Aid & Scholarships: $0 - Full Ride
  • Most financial aid & scholarships can be applied during a semester abroad. Please consult the ETSU International Financial Aid Advisor, Amy Collins (collinsa@etsu.edu), for more information
ETSU International Education Scholarship: $0 - ~$4,000
  • Please note: students are not guaranteed a scholarship and must follow all instructions in order to be eligible.
Private Scholarships

If Applicable: Institution-specific Scholarships
  • Link to their International page can be found here
How to Pay:
  • Tuition & Fees:
    • Applied automatically when enrolling in the course "EXCH 3583"
  • Room & Board:
    • Added the week before classes begin at ETSU. Students do not need to enroll in a meal plan or housing at ETSU. 


Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Academic Year 2020-2021 01/15/2020 ** Rolling Admission 08/01/2020 08/01/2021
Fall 2020 01/15/2020 ** Rolling Admission 08/01/2020 01/31/2021
Fall 2021 01/15/2021 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA
Spring 2021 08/15/2021 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.