Graz is located on the beautiful Mur River in a lush and forested region of Austria.
Viña del Mar
Viña del Mar, population of approximately 300,000 inhabitants, was founded in 1878 and combines an urban and natural landscape.
The capital of Zhejiang Province, Hangzhou is home to West Lake, which attracts visitors from far and wide as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Brest, an important seaport and naval base is situated in northwestern France in the region of Brittany.
St. Brieuc, in northwestern France in the region of Brittany, began as the first IUHPFL Program site in 1962.
Located in western France between the Loire and Thouet rivers, Saumur is a quaint town filled with historic charm.
Mérida, located on the Yucatán Peninsula, was named one of the 100 “cities of peace” in the world by the United Nations.
Oviedo, a city of approximately 212,000 inhabitants, was founded as a monastery in 761.
Located in northwestern Spain in the province of Castilla-León, León is a historically rich city.
Ciudad Real lies south of Toledo, capital of the province of Castilla-La Mancha, home to Spain's beloved Don Quijote and Sancho Panza.
Osaka is located at the mouth of the Yodo River on Osaka Bay and is historically a merchant city.
IUHPFL Alumni News:
IUHPFL Alum Interview:
Former IUHPFL participant, Allison LeClere, discusses the many opportunities she has had to further her love of the German language and culture, and the impact that IUHPFL has had on her life.
Read the full article here.
A Note of Thanks from 2010 Alum:
To all who make IUHPFL happen,
I am a 2010 alum of the program in San Luis Potosí, México and I just wanted to say thank you. I was a Spanish major at St. Olaf College (class of 2015) and recently received word that I have been selected to be an English Teaching Assistant in México through the Fulbright U.S. Student Program. I do not believe that any of this would have happened without my transformative experience through IUHPFL. Thank you for all that you have done and for the lives that you will continue to open up to the world. Your work has certainly influenced mine.
Sincerely, S. Mason Braden