Final Exhibition Night

Students from all of the courses prepared an exhibition gallery of the final projects. Each class created their own space to reflect the work that they have accomplished this summer.

Students from architecture made modernist designs
Students in Spanish course prepared a game for everyone to play
Students in Fashion and Design show off their pieces
International Business teaches us about Marketing
International Relations

Molecular Gastronomy, Marine Biology, and a visit to Sant Pau

Students in Marine Biology course

Culture and Cuisine Students learn about Spanish Chefs and Molecular Gastronomy

Medicine Class Visits Sant Pau Hospital

in the neighborhood of El Guinardó, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain, is a complex built between 1901 and 1930. It is one of the most prominent works of the Catalan modernisme architect Lluís Domènech i Montaner. The complex was listed as a Conjunto Histórico in 1978. Together with Palau de la Música Catalana, it is declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1998


Poble Espanyol allows visitors to visit and get to know the different regions of Spain .

Second Excursion to Girona and Calella de Palafrugell

Students visited the city of Girona in Northern Catalonia. The city is known for its beautifully preserved architecture in its old quarter, including its Jewish quarter, as well as for being the backdrop for many episodes of Game of Thrones.

Xuixos— typical pastry from Girona
Le Leonessa is a symbol of the city and dates back to the 11th Century.
Calella de Palafrugell

Medicine and Psychology students visit Fundació Mona— a rehabilitation center for abused chimpanzees, and macaque monkeys.

Students in Culture and Cuisine taste the work of the world famous brothers Roca ( of El Celler de Can Roca), including a chocolate tasting.

Academic Life at Oxbridge Barcelona

Students in the Spanish Minor visit the Spanish Cultural Center
Students in Psychology study death and anxiety as it related to psychology at Montjüic

Students in Psychology were able to work with mental patients and made mandalas together.

Students in Fashion and Design visited the DHUB Museum, the Research Center opened exclusively for the class!

Every students was assigned a decade and designer such as 1960s Emilio Pucci or 1930s Elsa Schiaparelli. We research, through books, the lifestyle of the decade, the designer’s key looks and contemporary communication.

Students visited the Fashion Exhibition and went down the rabbit hole to understand lifestyle and trends. They headed towards the exquisite temporary Contemporary Ceramic exhibition-a total treat to the eye- and headed to Los Encants; the main flea market. Watch out: you can find Edwardian treasures!

Students in Spanish courses learn to Salsa!
Students in Spanish Class visit Fun Museum