Spanish Gap Year Experience in Valencia, Spain

Video and Photos

Internship Opportunity
Internship Opportunity
Fun classes
Fun classes
Beach yoga
Beach yoga
Internship abroad
Internship abroad
Gap year students
Gap year students
Group trips
Group trips
Day trips
Day trips

About

Thinking of taking a gap year? Want to make the most out of it, both personally and professionally?

At Euroace we offer unique Gap Year opportunities in Valencia, Spain where you can spend the full course with us. Gain real-world business experience, improve your Spanish skills or get involved with a local volunteer organization.

At Euroace we collaborate with multiple companies and organizations, across a range of sectors, to provide unbeatable opportunities. Including:

- Take an Internship or Volunteer placement
- Take a Spanish Language course
- Live with a host family or in a shared apartment with other students
- Partake in cultural activities
- Train / Play with a sports team

Our Gap Year programs are fully customizable; meaning you get to choose the length of your stay, the focus, the number of services and so on. We support you every step of the way and help you to build an original program, that will make your Gap Year one to remember!

Highlights
  • Total immersion; at work, at home and in class, will really help you to grasp Spanish and improve your overall level
  • Choose from a diverse range of fields to find the right internship or volunteer work for you, helping to boost your credentials and skills
  • Form new friendships, create a global network and enhance future employment opportunities through this international experience
  • Experience a brand new culture, learn and grow in a new environment
  • Train with a Spanish sports team in your preferred sport, and gain valuable skills and experiences

Popular Programs

Volunteer

We have numerous placements with NGOs all across the Valencian region. You will be able to work with legal rights, underprivileged communities, youth populations, and even environmental conversation projects! It's an awesome addition to a Gap Year program if you truly want to help others, learn about new communities, and gain a Spanish language immersion at the same time. Our NGO partners seek to help not only local communities but international communities too.

Questions & Answers

Reviews

95%
based on 2 reviews
  • Housing 7.5
  • Support 9.5
  • Fun 8.5
  • Value 9.5
  • Safety 9.5
Showing 1 - 2 of 2
Default avatar
Hugo
10/10
Yes, I recommend this program

An unbelievable experience!

When I came across Euroace, I couldn't believe that I would be presented with the opportunity to gain invaluable professional experience, along with daily Spanish lessons, and it didn't fail to live up to expectations! Having 2 hours of classes every morning keeps the language ticking, which can then be put to practise at my Marketing Internship at Villarreal CF. The international nature of the different students and internships means that you are always meeting different, interesting people throughout the experience! I also chose to live with a host family for the first four weeks of my stay, and this was a great experience! You get a more cultural/Spanish experience whilst only speaking Spanish and therefore improving day to day linguistic skills.

What is your advice to future travelers on this program?
Get involved with all of the Euroace activities on offer!
Default avatar
Victoria
9/10
Yes, I recommend this program

Internship at Villarreal CF

I have completed an internship with Villarreal CF which has involved coaching a youth team in the academy and completing tasks for the International Department. This placement has been very valuable to learn more about coaching abroad in Spain and to gain experience in preparation for the future. I have had the privilege of working alongside some high standard coaches within the academy and therefore picking pick up many tips on how I can develop personally. It has also been an excellent experience having the opportunity to learn and work within such a professional setup within an elite club. In terms of my role within the International Department, I have had the opportunity to complete tasks which I haven’t had any previous experience in, and therefore this allowed me to learn new skills which I will be able to use later in life.

What is your advice to future travelers on this program?
To take every opportunity thrown at you. The harder you work and more you put into it the more you get out of the program and benefit.