Pre-College Programs

Global Programs: Segovia, Spain | How to Apply

2015 Program Dates:

Three-Week Session
June 28 - July 18, 2015

Language of Instruction:



Students who have completed the 9th grade AND are at least 16 years old by June 2015

Passport/Visa Requirement:

A passport is required. US and EU citizens do not require a visa.

Fees: $8,560

Dates & Deadlines:

April 20, 2015
For priority consideration in Summer 2015 Global Programs in Rome, Segovia, and Costa Rica, submit completed applications.

April 30, 2015
In addition to a completed application form, all applications materials are due: Essay, Non-refundable Application Fee, Teacher's Recommendation, and an Official High School Transcript

May 28, 2015
All program balances are due.

We are no longer accepting applications for Summer 2015.

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Prospective students must apply for admission (see details below). For most programs, there is no application deadline. Courses do fill quickly, so students are encouraged to apply early to have the best chance of enrolling in first-choice courses.

Completed applications are submitted to the admissions committee for review. When evaluating applicants, Brown looks for academic excellence, intellectual curiosity, and a readiness for participation in an independent academic and living environment.

Applicants will be notified by email when their application is complete, and are notified of the admissions committee's decision by email, usually within two weeks of the application complete date.

Accepted students must confirm their attendance with a $300 non-refundable program deposit. Once this deposit is received, students must enroll in a course through connect.brown.eduCourse availability is on a first-come, first-serve basis so enroll early!

Program admission does not guarantee enrollment in a specific course. Courses may also be cancelled at any time due to unforeseen circumstances. We ask that you do not purchase your flights until you receive an email from Brown confirming the program. 

Before applying, review our list of important considerations for off-campus programs.

A complete application consists of 5 items:

  1. A completed online Application Form
  2. An essay (Submitted as part of your online application), in which you tell us where your academic interests lie; why these areas interest you; what preparation you have for further study in these areas; what you hope to gain from participating in this program; and any further information you want to convey to us.
  3. A non-refundable application fee (payable securely online)
    Before 3/1/2015: $50
    3/1/2015 to 4/30/2015: $75
    5/1/2015 and after: $100
    Applicants within the U.S. may elect to pay their application fee by mail. Make check or money order payable to Brown University with student's name on the notation line. International applicants may pay by wire transfer or check - contact for payment instructions.
  4. A Teacher's Recommendation. An email will be sent to the educational reference submitted in the application.
  5. An official school transcript Transcripts do not need to be official but do need to include a signature or stamp from your school in order to be considered authentic. Applicants should request an official transcript containing their current grades/marks, as well as all grades since 9th grade including Fall 2014. Please ensure an explanation of the scoring system is included in English (for example, 6 = excellent or A = excellent). PLEASE NOTE: if your current year grades are not reflected in your transcript, please also send us a copy of your report card for the most current grades.  Transcripts may be uploaded directly within using the Upload Documents tab. Transcripts may also be faxed to our office at 401-863-3916 or emailed as an attachment to

Application materials should be mailed to:
Brown University
School of Professional Studies
Box T
Providence, RI 02912

Important Considerations for Off-campus Programs

To facilitate a safe and positive learning experience for each student and the community, we expect students to be able to:

Please call us and ask to speak to the Program Director if any of these things are of concern so we can make sure you have enough information about the particular program, as well as options for case-by-case accommodations, to make an effective decision about participation.


Each year, admitted students work with their extended families, friends, neighbors, schools, and community organizations to fund program fees and transportation. View our Fundraising Guide to help you organize your efforts.

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Student applicants are encouraged to review our Financial Policies.