Spain: Granada Program:Housing, Meals, and Inclusions
Housing and Meals
Students are housed with local families arranged by the program's homestay coordinator in Granada. Each student is housed with a separate family in order to promote the full language immersion environment. Host families vary widely and many have hosted UNH students for years. Some live in modest apartments in the city center, others live in larger houses in more residential neighborhoods. Your host family couuld be a young couple with small children, a single parent, or a retired couple. Most students live within a short walk to the Centro de Lenguas Modernas, but others may take the bus to get to class. Following acceptance into the program, students complete a housing questionnaire which collects information on student housing preferences and needs. Accomodations are made to the extent possible.
Housing includes hot shower, laundry services and three meals per day (breakfast, lunch, and dinner.) Usually internet is available but not in all cases. There is wireless internet available at the Centro de Lenguas Modernas (CLM) from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
In addition to housing and meals, the program also includes:
- Comprehensive international travel insurance and assistance program
- In-country excursions and activities organized by the faculty-in-residence (past examples include trips to Madrid, Valencia, Cordoba, or visits to concerts, tours, or sporting events)
- Granada city bus pass
- Spanish mobile phone
- Access to CLM student activities and sports groups