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E-Mail:

forester@racsa.co.cr

US and Canada Call:
1-727-230-0563
 
 
 
ACADEMIC CREDIT
 
 
 

A student applying for credit will receive, at the end of the course, a transcript indicating the number of hours of class attended and the teacher's evaluation.

The administration of the student's college must agree to his or her participation in the program. Usually one semester unit of credit is granted for each 15-20 hours of class time. Thus, a 4 week program of 4 hours of class daily would generate 4-5 semester credits.

 
OTHER Academic credit OPTIONS
 
The Institute has agreements with several universities and colleges in the United States. They recognize the Institute's courses and grant credit that can be transferred to most American universities and colleges.

UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT, Storrs, CT
Dr. Ross Lewin, Director, Study Abroad Office
Ross.Lewin@uconn.edu
(860) 486-5022 or 486-5954
Students can receive credit for courses in the summer.

PALOMAR COLLEGE, San Marcos, CA
Prof. Kathleen Sheahan, Spanish Dept.
ksheahan@palomar.edu
(760) 744-1150, ext. 3268
Students can receive credit by joining a group that travels to Costa Rica in January.

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHARLOTTE, Charlotte, NC
Prof. Mary Frances Castro, Dept. of Foreign Languages
mfcastro@email.uncc.edu
(704) 687-2464
Students can receive credit by joining a group that travels to Costa Rica in the summer.

 
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