Sponsored by Yale University and offered at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN. Program dates: June 20 – July 29, 2011. An intensive immersion course designed to familiarize students with modern and colonial Nahuatl. Beginning, intermediate and advanced level students may apply. Formal class hours are complemented with individual language practice sessions and group cultural activities. 3 Credits. Tuition $5,000. Partial scholarships are available. Students are responsible for all travel expenses to and from Nashville. Housing in Vanderbilt University dormitories is available, for students wishing to stay on campus, at a cost of $945 per student for 42 nights, with two students per room. Students are free to make off-campus housing arrangements on their own. Meal Plan: Students may sign up for a meal plan that covers breakfast and lunch during the week at $15.68 per day or $470.40 for the 30 week days of the program; students will be responsible for dinners and weekend meals. The meal plan is optional. For questions regarding housing and meal plan, contact: Norma Antillón: firstname.lastname@example.org or 615-322-2527. Details on the Yale Latin American and Iberian Studies website, http://www.yale.edu/macmillan/lais/summer.html
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