The country is amazing—from the fascinating historical and political aspects, to the beautiful architecture and old cars, to the incredibly welcoming locals. On this program, you can spend a morning in classes learning about the Cuban Revolution, spend your afternoon in the park talking to locals about the pros and cons of the current economic system, and spend your evenings out on the town dancing along to some wonderful salsa music.

Participant in La Habana, Cuba


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Summer I or I & II: Apr. 1

Summer II: May 1

January: Nov. 1


Minimum GPA: 2.5

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