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  • Locations: Salamanca, Spain
  • Program Terms: Summer
  • Homepage: Click to visit
  • Restrictions: JHU applicants only
  • Budget Sheets: Summer
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Dates / Deadlines:

There are currently no active application cycles for this program.
Fact Sheet:
Fact Sheet:
GPA Requirement: 3.0 Housing Type: Residence Hall
Language of Instruction: English Areas of Study: Behavioral Sciences, Humanities, Natural Sciences
Program Type: Hopkins-sponsored Credit Type: Hopkins credit (grades impact Hopkins GPA)
Program Advisor: Jessica Mervis Language Prerequisite: No
Hopkins Application Fee: $25 Application Process: (1) Complete Hopkins app by clicking "Apply Now", (2) Go to program website to complete program app (note deadline may be different)
Program Description:
Location | Areas of Study | Eligibility | Courses and Credits | Cost  | Housing | Application Process | More Information

Hopkins Spain: Neuroscience in Salamanca

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Please note that the university has decided to suspend this program for Summer 2020. More information on this decision can be found at

This 5-week program, administered by UConn, will introduce students to Neuroscience at an international level. Students will learn about Neuroscience and Spanish culture by becoming immersed in the vibrant life of Salamanca, a university city rich in history and culture.


Salamanca, Spain

The program will take place at the University of Salamanca (USAL), founded in 1218. A college town that is both medieval and modern, Salamanca was founded by the Romans in the 4th century, and it teems with cafes, tapas bars, shops, night life, and a rich mix of locals, students, and European tourists.

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Areas of Study

  • Neuroscience
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  • 3.0 GPA or aboveSalamanca - Looking Up
  • Open to rising junior and senior Neuroscience students
  • No Spanish language background required
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Courses and Credits

6 JHU credits
Students will take 2 courses for a total of 6 graded credits on this program.

AS.080.362 Neurobiology of Hearing focuses on sound processing, including current research topics in Auditory Neuroscience, including synaptic physiology, neural circuitry, acoustics, physiology, and behavior. Students should have completed an introductory neuroscience course (e.g., Biology of the Brain) or courses in physiological psychology, sensation and perception, or communication science. Some combination of these prerequisites is preferred. This course will count for an upper-level Neuroscience elective.

HA.399.100 Beginner, Intermediate, Medical, or Advanced Scientific Spanish (depending on the student's level). Beginner and intermediate Spanish are for students with no previous Spanish or High School Spanish, respectively. Medical Spanish is for non-native Spanish Speakers. Advanced Scientific Spanish is a Neuroscience special topics course offered for native Spanish speakers. Please note that this course does NOT replace the Medical Spanish course at Hopkins nor will the credits toward a Spanish major or minor at Hopkins.

Both courses will come back with grades that factor into the Hopkins GPA.
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JHU students pay the program fee directly to UConn.

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The University of Salamanca offers dormitory accommodations with a meal plan.

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Application ProcessSalamanca - Hold On

There is a dual application process for this program.

(1) Students must complete the Hopkins application by clicking the green "Apply Now" button at the top/bottom of this page
(2) Students must complete the program application, which you can access on the website listed under "More Information," below.

Please make sure to abide by both the Hopkins and the program deadlines as they may be different.

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More Information

Click here for more information about this program.

This program is currently not accepting applications.