Jordan Drummonds, a student in our spring study abroad group, wrote this amazing blog post about Centro Mundolengua´s recent Barcelona trip. Our Sevilla group recently made the trip up to Northern Spain to see what the heart of Catalonia had to offer. Barcelona has new attractions, a different geography, and even its own language! As
Six years ago, I signed up for a summer language program in Cádiz with barely any expectations, other than building on my basic skills and getting to know fellow Spanish students from around the world. It was my first trip abroad on my own, so naturally I was very nervous and anxious. However, as soon
“My dream is to travel the world.” Almost everyone I know has said some variant of this sentence at some point. Because I’ve spent the last year of my life living in Barcelona for graduate school, I’ve been incredibly fortunate when it comes to that whole “travel the world” thing. I’ve been able to see
Have you ever wanted to have breakfast with an exclusive view of some of Seville’s prettiest buildings? Our college students (who are here for a semester), on the study abroad program, were treated to such an opportunity on the terrace of Hotel Palacio Alcázar. The venue boasts a view of the beautiful tower of Seville’s
As a member of my high school’s science fellowship program, I am required to complete a senior research project. When I first decided I wanted to come to Seville and participate in Centro Mundolengua’s Pre-AP Spanish Program, the only thing that stood in my way was the requirement to complete my research project this summer.
This week we were fortunate enough to welcome our newest group of study abroad students from The Shipley School in Pennsylvania to Seville. Although they have only been here for less than week, the students have already been able to experience the vast amount of culture that Seville has to offer through their classes and
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