CIEE High School Summer Abroad in Seville, Spain – Spanish Language & Culture

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What’s a typical day like in Seville? Because of the heat, mornings are for outings and afternoons for language classes!

Throughout your stay, practice speaking Spanish in shops, markets, and cafes. You’ll also explore the city with tours led by CIEE staff and local professors. Need some extra assistance with your Spanish language skills? We’ll have local college students ready to help.

Enjoy your favorite tapas during nights out with new friends; dance the flamenco during a cultural class or spend an afternoon touring churches, cathedrals and other architectural gems; stroll along the scenic Guadalquivir River or relax along the banks while taking in the local rowing culture. Mingle with peers and meet Spanish high school students through organized activities.

College credit option is available for this program; see our site for details.

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I believe this is a good program and in all, could be very helpful. Many different types of people come through this program which can be difficult because everyojne is unique and deals with situations different ways. I enjoyed going on different excursions every weekend and many of the activities we did during the length of this trip but I think in all, there could have been better communication between program leaders, students, and other staff.

How can this program be improved?
Better communication, more organized during and after activities, more free time that´s not during siesta because all shops are closed.
Yes, I recommend this program

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