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In Veritas we take pride in providing our students not only with an incredible academic experience but also a cultural and traveling adventure.


Costa Rica Study Abroad Programs by Veritas University


Costa Rica is definitely a great choice if you would like to study abroad. Veritas University has a large variety of learning courses such as Latin America Architecture, Drawing, Painting and Public Art, Documentary Appreciation, Latin America Tropical Dance, Afro Caribbean Studies, Spanish courses, study abroad scholarships and more.

Study in Costa Rica cultural information

It is considered the happiest country in Latin America according to the World Happiness Report (2016). It is a safe country for locals and tourists.

Costa Rica has no army; this was abolished by the famous José Figueres Ferrer on December 1, 1948.

If you're looking for a place to study Spanish in Costa Rica our student's programs will be a great choice. You can also take a look at our student life page where you can find important information about homestay, cultural integration, trips and more. Come and learn from one of the best study abroad scholarships.

Costa Rica Nature will amaze you

Jungles and virgin beaches, indescribable landscapes and more than a hundred active and inactive volcanoes. It is considered by UNESCO as a Natural Heritage of Humanity and is the country with the greatest biodiversity in the world. Its inhabitants are very gentle and cheerful.

Costa Rica official currency is the Colón. Due to its location, Costa Rica does not have the four defined seasons, but two. These are marked by rainfall and not by hours of sunlight. The inhabitants are Costa Rican; however, it is more common to refer to themselves as ticos. A very popular expression among the Ticos is "Pura Vida" It is used daily to greet, to emphasize that they are good, to refer to the quality of someone as a good person and even to say goodbye.

"I became way more curious about the world, I want to travel more now, I want to meet more people, learn more things, and I’ve made a lot of friends both Costa Rican and American and from all over the world"

- Wendell Kirkman | Indiana State University -