Approved Students

Students who have been approved by their universities to study abroad on the Granada, Spain Program will complete an enrollment process with Willamette University in order to prepare for the experience in Granada. If you have not been approved to study abroad through your host institution please see How to Apply under Program Overview.

This page serves as a guide to the enrollment process for the program. Most required materials will be completed and submitted using the online program portal.  The visa application materials must be submitted in hard copy by mail.  Additional detailed instructions for each of these steps below are found in the online portal.  The Approved Student Application button below will take you to the online portal to begin the enrollment process.

Approved Student Enrollment Overview

Click this button to begin the Approved Students enrollment process for the ILACA Granada, Spain, program.  Use this only if you have already been approved by your home campus to participate in the program. 
Specific due dates for each item will be posted in the online portal.


May 1, 2020

STEP 1:  Approved Student Application  (online portal, linked above)

The application and enrollment process will happen within the Willamette University study abroad online portal, linked above. The initial application includes:

  • Granada Enrollment form  (online portal)

  • Two Essays  (one Spanish and one English - online portal)
    • Introduce yourself to your potential homestay family. (Spanish)
    • Describe your goals for your semester studying in Granada. How will you prepare for this cultural immersion experience prior to departure?  (English)
    • Note: If you have already written essays for study abroad applications that have similar content as these questions, you can use any part of those existing essays to answer these questions.




May 15, 2020




STEP 2: Visa Application Packet Submission  (submit by mail)

You will receive specific instructions in the online portal to compile a Spanish visa application. The application materials must be sent in hard copy by mail in order to arrive at Willamette University by the deadline.



May 15, 2020 











May 31, 2020






 STEP 3:   Course Selection and DELE practice test 

It is important to first submit the program enrollment form and essays from Step 1. Next, you will complete these two steps related to your course selection process.

  • Complete the following questionnaire in the Granada (ILACA) online portal. 
    • Granada Course Selection form 

  • DELE practice test   (done on your home campus)
    Your home campus coordinator will arrange with you to complete the DELE practice test. This is used to give the site director a preliminary idea of your language level. The practice test is not used to determine your language level placement for the program.



 STEP 4:   Predeparture forms

Once you submit the program enrollment form and essays from Step 1, you will receive additional forms to be completed in the online portal.

  • Complete the following questionnaires in the Granada (ILACA) online portal. These will become available to you in the online portal after you have submitted the Granada Enrollment Form.
    • Granada Self-Disclosure Health form 
    • Granada Homestay Experience form 


June 15, 2020

 STEP 5:  Program Agreement forms  (online portal)

Read these agreements thoroughly and sign them digitally in the online portal.  These include:

  • Participation Agreement
  • Student Behavior Agreement 
  • Student Academic Guidelines
  • Housing Agreement
  • Spanish Language Agreement 

Students going to Granada for the Spring 2020 semester

These materials linked below are for quick reference.  Participants who are completing the predeparture process should use the online portal to access these materials directly.

Approved Student Packet - Spring 2020  and  Visa application Packet - Spring 2020

Questions?  If you have questions about any aspects of the enrollment process, please email Amy Nelson Green.

Spring 2020 Predeparture Packet and My Advice from Granada

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