Theme: Culture and Anthropology
Study in one of the great cities of the world, known for it's innovation and openness. This Mediterranean capitol of Catalonia is a city as old as its Roman roots and medieval center, but as new as its Gaudi park, art nouveau architecture and 1992 Olympic make-over. This ten-week program offers activities and courses in Spanish culture and language and AAOT transfer courses in Anthropology.
Find information about Barcelona, the program, classes, application materials,and suggested steps to plan for your trip to Spain from the link at the top of this page or the drop down menu to the left. Information about potential scholarship support is listed at the bottom of this page.
Students at Chemeketa CC, Clackamas CC, Mt. Hood CC, Portland CC or Rogue CC will need to register with COCC for the Fall 2023 term. Your completed classes will transcripted with your home institution after returning from Barcelona
Study-Abroad Scholarship Information
Gilman International Scholarship Program
Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarships award up to $5,000 to students who are currently receiving a Pell Grant for their
education at COCC. Our last survey showed that one in three applicants receives an
award, which averages $3,500. The scholarship application will be available in Fall
2022 with deadlines typically in early March 2023. Please visit https://www.gilmanscholarship.org for more information.
ASCOCC Study Abroad Scholarship
Students who have applied for a COCC study abroad program are invited to apply for the the ASCOCC Study Abroad scholarship. Download the application and information at this link: ASCOCC Study Abroad Scholarship information-application (Word doc).
Additional Scholarship Information
Students interested in other study abroad resources should check with COCC Financial Aid, at the Barber Library and elsewhere for further information about new and continuing scholarships. Moneygeek, a private firm, offers information on study abroad scholarships on their website as well.