Spring 2015 – Join Students from around the world to learn about Latin America, Mesoamerica, and Maya Writing at Casa Herrera, The University of Texas at Austin’s center for learning and scholarship in the heart of Antigua, Guatemala. (According to Dr. David Stuart, the program is open to non-UT Students as well.) 

From the website: “Casa Herrera brings interrelated disciplines together to study Pre-Columbian art, archaeology, history and culture in a historically significant and picturesque setting. The facility, which dates to 1680, is one of the great, original houses of colonial Antigua. As part of this semester study abroad program, students take courses from a UT faculty, and experience culture through intensive language at a local language school. All classes are taught in English. In addition, students  have the opportunity to learn Spanish or Kaqchikel Maya language.” Details here: http://www.utmesoamerica.org/casa/spring-2015