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Meet Our Students - Clemencia El Antouri

A.B. in Romance Languages (Spanish and French) and International Affairs, awarded Thomas R. Pickering Fellowship for students interested in careers in the U.S Department of State Foreign Service, Language Communities resident and alumna of UGA en España - Cádiz

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Why Major in a Language?

Studying a language gives you the power to fully participate in a distinctive cultural world. Our programs in French, Italian, Portuguese, or Spanish are designed to build your understanding of the structures of language itself while you draw connections among societies across the globe. Gaining oral and written fluency deepens your mental flexibility and builds social skills in transformative ways as well. That is why language study prepares you for a life in professions that require awareness of multiple perspectives and an excellent ability to communicate with people. 

As a major or minor you will gain skills in interpretation and analysis, emotional and artistic sensitivity, primary source research, and become familiar with a rich range of human creativity. Graduate students are mentored in the advanced study of linguistics, literature and culture while they benefit from rigorous training in foreign language pedagogy in an active and supportive scholarly community.


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The Portuguese program in Romance Languages and the Portuguese Flagship Program are proud to announce that this year six of our students were awarded the prestigious and highly competitive Boren Scholarship.
Portuguese students in the Department of Romance Languages had the privilege of receiving Brazilian percussionist Bill Lucas and Brazilian singer Maria Kamila, lead singer of Perrengue’s band, last week to learn about Brazilian rhythms.
Every year the Center for Teaching and Learning recognizes the significant contributions graduate students make to the instructional mission of the University of Georgia through Teaching Awards sponsored by the Office of the Vice President for Instruction.

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UGA en Buenos Aires

UGA en Buenos Aires is a summer Spanish immersion program based in the vibrant and cosmopolitan capital city of Argentina—the land of los guaraníes, los criollos, el mate, el tango, Jorge Luis Borges, el peronismo, las Madres de la Plaza de Mayo, Lionel Messi y muchísimos porteños. Our goals are to foster students´ communicative abilities in Spanish in authentic contexts, to deepen their understanding of Argentina and Latin America, and to improve their analytical and writing skills in Spanish.

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UGA en España

UGA en España, through the Franklin College of Arts & Sciences offers four study abroad programs in sites across Spain--Valencia, Cádiz, Sevilla, and Madrid--as well as the Perú Medical Maymester.  Each program offers students a unique opportunity to develop a stronger background in Spanish language and culture and to complete coursework required of Spanish and Romance Languages majors and minors as well as the International Business major.

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