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Universidad de Sevilla (US)

Universidad de Sevilla, C/ S. Fernando, 4, 41004 Sevilla, Spain, Seville
4.24 / 5 based on 438 reviews.
El embrión de la actual Universidad de Sevilla fue el Colegio de Santa María de Jesús, fundado por el Arcediano Maese Rodrigo Fernández de Santaella en las postrimerías del s. XV. Ya en el siglo XVI (1505), una bula del Papa Julio II otorga al Colegio la facultad de conferir grados en Teología, Filosofía, Derecho, Medicina y Artes; y en 1551 el propio Concejo de la ciudad traspasa a la fundación de Maese Rodrigo, la Real provisión que concedía un Estudio General, por lo que aquélla pasó a ser oficialmente la Universidad, gozando de todos los privilegios de las demás Universidades del Reino. De los Estatutos de 1621 se desprende... Read more

89% of students recommend
438 reviews
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Prepare ahead of time but know your plans with probably change once you get there. Enjoy your time and see where it takes you. Read Review
smancini, United States

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by smancini, manhattanville college, purchase, United States
International Relations, cooperative program with internantional studies studying in
Personal assessment
Couldn't have asked for more.
Pretty good.
Could've been better, but didn't lessen the overall experience.
Type of housing: With a family
Arranged by: Home university
If returning, I would choose: I would live in an apartment with spanish students
Why? This would give me the optimum opportunity to speak spanish as well as become familiar with students my age in a different country. I enjoyed my time where I lived but I told myself while I was still there that if I came back that is what I would do.
Personal comments:
I was pleased overall with the accommodations.
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by Joy, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, United States
Political Science, University Agreement
Personal social experience
Amazing! Hardly had time to study.
Plenty to do when I had the time.
Did not get involved.
Describe host city: Students equally interact with the local and student community
Travel: Takes place mostly within the university/student environment
Activities, Nightlife: Takes place both within and outside of the university/student environment
Personal comments:
I liked hanging out with a close group of friends. Things people did were go out (always things to do in spots behind the Cathedral). Also, hanging out in the bars on calle Betis that goes down the river. There is always something to do because people are always out in the streets.
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by delbaby, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Amherst, United States
Language, University Agreement
My academic experiences
Quality of courses
Pretty good.
Could've been a bit better.
Variety of courses
Availability/access to resources
Interaction with teachers
Interaction with other international students
Interaction with local students
Course recommendations:
Make sure you do some studying in addition to having fun. I think that most of what I learned was outside of the classroom, but the grades you get might count into your GPA. In any case, they'll show on your transcript.

My opinion of the university assessment
Exams at end of course
Liked it.
It was alright.
A bit annoying.
Didn't like it.
Exams throughout the course
Essays and/or projects at the end of course.
Essays and/or projects throughout the course
Personal comments:

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by Morgan, Georgetown University, Washington DC, United States
History of Art, CIEE
Language difficulties
No problems.
I coped pretty well.
Sometimes it was difficult.
It was a constant struggle.
Administrative / Institutional
Language of instruction: Spanish
Was learning Spanish a key decision factor?
Yes, I wanted to improve my Spanish
How much did you improve your Spanish?
My level before: Everyday knowledge (shopping, directions, etc.)
My level after: At ease in most situations
Personal comments:
Well, there weren't places above to mark my real ability. I went to Spain with very good Spanish reading and writing skills and mediocre speaking skills. When I left, my Spanish skills as a whole were sharpened, and now I feel very comfortable speaking Spanish in any situation, although I can't say that I'm able to understand all slang.
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by sarahanne, University of Colorado, Boulder, Boulder, United States
Language, University Agreement
The accessibility of student needs
Second-hand text books
Very easy.
Minimal effort.
Accessible but required effort.
Almost impossible.
Second-hand household items
Second-hand bedding
Money from home
Main source of funding:
Government assistance
Other sources of funding:
Personal savings
Work opportunities:
I didn't explore any work options
Personal spending habits:
i travelled way more within spain, i didnt really travel at home that much before. telephone for obvious reasons
Travel, Telephone: was more expensive than at home.
Nightlife, Overall: was the same price as at home.
Food, Housing: was less expensive than at home.
Personal comments:
no big surprises, had to get a crown done by a spanish dentist, that was cheaper than in the us.
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by Inge, Hanzehogeschool, Hogeschool van Groningen, Groningen, Netherlands
Marketing and Sales Management, Erasmus
Important to choosing this university...
Academic reasons
Very Important.
Not really important.
Campus life
Party / people
Weather / Location
I wish I had known...
I wanted to have known that it would be so tuff to learn the exams in Spanish. My Spanish is basic to good and even for students with good Spanish language skills it is really hard to pass their exams. For fluent speaking students is already easier to read the study books and to get everything in the class. For me this was really a problem. Reading the study books in Spanish was really hard for me. It took me a really long time and in comparison with your exams in the home country you have to put like 4 times as more time and effort in the exams to pass them. You learn a lot from studying in Spanish and my vocabulary is bigger now but I find it tuff to really study in Spanish. Further one I do not have anything I wanted to know before hand. I rather want to find everything out myself and experience new things.
In my opinion:
I loved it but I'm not sure everybody would.

During my experience abroad, I ...
Became familiar with another culture
Happened all the time.
Happened quite a lot.
Happened a bit.
Didn't happen.
Improved language skills
Met people from other countries
Became more independent
Partied a lot
Experienced a change in life
Advanced my studies/career
Personal recommendation:
The university has to spend more time on the personal being of the student. There are a lot of students went home because they did not get any information about the school and how everything goes around here and did not meet other students because they did not knew anything about parties or trips. I would recommend them to have in the first week an introduction week and in this way the international students can get to know each other and the city. These introduction periods have to arrange by the Spanish students so that the international students straight away get to know some Spanish students and in this way get to know the culture and the city better. In my home university we have a introduction like this and all international students really liked it. I hope next year the University of Sevilla will also pay more attention to this.


If a student is going to in Sevilla and needs a room, contact Roomates. This is an agency that looks for a room for you and you can before you go to Sevilla already email them. Their internet site is
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