We interviewed a student joining us from the USA about her time in Valencia. She came for 12 weeks to follow her dream of moving to Spain and studying Spanish. During her program, she did intensive Spanish classes with 20 hours
Arthur joined us from Oxford, England taking a gap trimester in Valencia after his first year at his university. He decided to take 3 months to study Spanish as well as do an internship to help him decide what professional path he will choose.
Vicky is originally from Leicester in the UK. She is in her third year of her Bachelors' degree studying two majors: Sports and Exercise Science and Spanish Language and Literature. She started playing soccer at a very young age and
So you're set on taking a gap year and now the question is: What exactly should you go for? In fact, there are various options you can choose for your gap year abroad. Here are some options you can choose from that we have
Assumption of Mary is a public holiday that is celebrated on the 15th of August in Spain and throughout many parts of the world. This date also represents a day off for the general population when schools and businesses
Spanish people simply love fiestas and festivals. There are innumerable celebrations that are happening during the year in the entire country of Spain. In case you have missed Valencia's major festival the Fallas, you can still visit and enjoy some of
Taking Spanish classes or doing an internship abroad is not all about just work. For most students it is also an opportunity to meet new people from all around the world. And there is no better way to make friends
Khalifah, one of our current interns, shared his perspective on participating in an internship while already having employment experience. Read below to find out five advantages of being an intern even if you have already started out on your career path. 5 Advantages