Study biomedical, social, and healthcare ethics with an international faculty. Film, media and theory engage multi-disciplinary student teams to explore and debate bioethical topics. Visit local healthcare and research facilities where bioethics play a critical role in professional decision making. Explore cultural sites and attractions in northern Spain while learning Spanish.
Location & Dates
June 24 - July 26, 2019
- Suitable for most engineering/science and humanities/business/nursing majors
- Good academic standing
- Letter of reference
For More Information
Visit the program Google Drive folder
Contact Dr. John DesJardins
- BIOE 4610 International Perspectives in Bioethics
- IS 2100: Cross-Cultural Awareness International Experience
Students will home-stay with a Pamplona host families in groups of 2’s or 3’s
The cost of participation in a faculty-directed study abroad program includes academic tuition and fees related to study abroad course enrollment, a non-refundable application fee, a study abroad fee, and a program fee. For more information on what is included in your program fee, please see below.
Program Fee Inclusions
|Tuition & Fees
|Non-refundable Application Fee
|Study Abroad Fee
|Subtotal - Paid to Clemson
The below items are included in the Clemson-Pamplona Study Abroad Program fee. Please note that program fees are based on preliminary estimates and are subject to change until the program enrollment has been finalized.
Estimated Additional Expenses
- Accommodation in Pamplona
- Excursions as described in the informational brochure on the Program Overview tab of this page.
- Transportation, including from the airport and to sites in the program itinerary
- Group dinners
- International health insurance through CISI Insurance
The below items are not included in the program fee. Any costs not included in the program fee are paid separately by the student. These expenses will vary and are dependent on the individual applicant’s budget, needs, destination country, and spending habits. Students are individually responsible for determining which costs apply to them.
*Some countries may require immunizations and vaccinations. These costs are not included in the estimated additional costs.
|Meals Not Included in Program Fee
|Personal Travel Expenses
|Subtotal - Additional Costs*
With the exception of the non-refundable application fee and any program specific deposit(s), all program costs will appear in iROAR and will be broken out in the following manner*:
*Students’ individual bills may not appear in this exact order and could include differential tuition fees based on college, department, or enrollment.
||SA Hybrid Academic Fee**
||Software License Fee
||Summer School Fee
||Study Abroad Fee-UG
||SA Program Fee***
**SA Hybrid Academic Fee is based on the student’s course enrollment. If you are enrolled in courses in addition to the study abroad courses, this cost may appear higher on your individual bill. All students are billed tuition at the in-state rate for courses taken as part of a faculty-directed study abroad program.
***SA Program Fee has already deducted the application fee of $350, this balance will not appear on the iROAR bill.
Withdrawing from your Program
Clemson Abroad and our faculty directors make every attempt to create a meaningful and affordable study abroad experience for all students. When you commit to participation in a program, the program begins to make financial commitments on your behalf. Therefore, withdrawal from a faculty-directed study abroad program may result in fees related to the timeframe of your withdrawal. For more information review the withdrawal policy
on the Clemson Abroad
Tuition and Fees and the Study Abroad Fee
All students are billed at the in-state rate for courses taken through a faculty-directed study abroad program. For an explanation of fees
please see Student Financial Services
. All students participating in a study abroad program are assessed the study abroad fee
Financial Aid and Scholarships
Students who will be receiving financial aid during their program abroad must meet with the Financial Aid Office prior to departure. Appointments can be made online with the Financial Aid Office
For detailed information on study abroad scholarship opportunities and application procedures, please see our Scholarships page