Live and study abroad in Spain or Latin America the organization is tops!

by Stephen Maher on Thursday, January 28, 2010

The Sunday Express, a UK based paper, recently sent one of their reporters to our Barcelona school for one week of Spanish courses and sightseeing. Their reporter had a great time learning Spanish, seeing the sights, and making friends. We hope Claire returns to us!

One of the comments posted to the article questioned the organization of Spanish language schools given the "free souls" of the Spanish. You can check out the original article here

To address ´Kingoftravel´, yes we have siestas in the Spanish speaking world but, call our office in USA and Canada:1 800 518 0412 or in the UK:(44) 020 8786 80 81 and an information packet will be at your door pronto! Not to mention classes start at 9AM or earlier at all of our schools.

For the rest of you interested in living and studying at one of the 12 Spain schools read about: Madrid, Salamanca, Tenerife (in the Canary Islands), or Granada. As for Latin America, check out Flamingo Beach, Costa Rica or Buenos Aires, just 2 of the 23 schools in Central and South America. We also provide accommodations in apartments, student residences (like a dorm), or family stay. Don´t worry, our counselors will talk to you through the entire process.

By the way, I did 3 months of Spanish in Salamanca and the bottom line is that it was an awesome experience and a great resume builder for all you gap year and college students.



1 » shauna (on Friday, January 29, 2010) said:

how can I avail live and study abroad

2 » Acnamalas (on Sunday, January 31, 2010) said:

flamingo beach!? exotic sounding

3 » Stephen (on Monday, February 1, 2010) said:

Shauna, We can definitely help you get started with how to take advantage of living and studying abroad. Check out and contact us via phone. Operators are standing by :) Head Office in Spain: (34) 923 26 88 60 USA and Canada: 1 800 518 0412 Toll free number Office in the UK: (44) 020 8786 80 81 Office in the Netherlands: (31) 010 47 63 533

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