Located in the Mediterranean, off the east coast of mainland Spain, Mallorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands and a main tourist destination for Europeans. This island is rich with millennia-old history and culture but has recently become famous for its beaches and mesmerizing blue waters that make Europeans ditch Caribbean and Asian destinations in favor for this gem of an island. With a dazzling personality and lavish beaches, Mallorca's majestic landscapes are checkered with Fincas (abandoned estates), quaint villages, wineries and olive groves full of charm. As you dine at the heart of the Mediterranean cuisine culture in Palma, you will be enchanted by the laid-back, traditional, and soulful charm of this coastal paradise.
Summer Sessions (to be confirmed)
May. 1, 2021 – May. 21, 20213 Weeks$5,999Closed
May. 22, 2021 – Jun. 11, 20213 Weeks$5,999Closed
Jun. 12, 2021 – Jul. 2, 20213 Weeks$5,999Limited
Apply today to reserve your spot! Listed dates are tentative, based on 2019-2020 programs. You may transfer to another program or receive a refund up until 60 days before the start date. All fees include an initial $900 deposit, which is non-refundable.
Palma de Mallorca, the capital of the island, is located in the bay of the same name and enjoys an excellent climate all year round (with an average annual temperature of 64.2° F). The city stretches along both sides of the bay, with over five beaches and eight bathing areas – long stretches of sand with crystal clear waters where you can enjoy the sun or the sound of the waves. Historic Palma de Mallorca boasts patios, outstanding religious architecture, and iconic buildings, as well as museums and art galleries. The Cathedral, the Almudaina Palace, the Lonja fish market, and the Plaza Mayor are some of the sites that are well worth visiting. The most beautiful monuments are surrounded by fishing boats, pine forests, and palm trees.
ATL: 11.5 hrs
Catalan, Spanish, Mallorquín dialect
The Hospital Son Llatzer is a modern public hospital, which opened in 2001 and is part of the public network of the Ministry of Health and Consumption of the Government of the Balearic Islands. Their mission is based on the goal of providing high-quality, efficient, specialized healthcare through commitment to teaching, research, and innovative technological development. The Hospital Son Llatzer was a pioneer in Europe in the use of computerized hospital systems, allowing them to develop process-based care for the service of the community. Some of their main focuses include creating a learning environment for undergrad students, opening up great dialogues, and providing unique learning opportunities.