Spain is a country of fascinating diversity, visible in its people, its countryside, and its profound history. The variety of cultures that have influenced Spain are vast, including the Romans, Moors, Phoenicians, and Gypsies. With such a deep history behind the Iberian Peninsula, each region of Spain could easily be considered an independent country. The green landscapes of the north present a marked contrast to the mountainous and arid landscapes of the south. The foods of Spain are equally varied, and provide yet another exciting aspect to your experience. Tapas are a typical example of the gastronomic culture. Spaniards treasure outings with friends that include ordering multiple plates of food that can be shared amongst the group. Olives, cheeses, meats, and seafood are popular items used in tapas. Any educational trip to Spain signifies an array of experiences as one travels from one city to the next. While living and studying in Spain, you will learn about the diversity of cultures the country offers. Equally interesting, you will be able to make connections between Spain and the lasting imprint it has made on the United States. Come experience the fascination and intrigue that Spain has to offer.
We offer multiple courses in Spain in all the different cities.
Standard Spanish Course
This Spanish language course is ideal for students who wish to improve their Spanish language very quickly. It focuses on combining the most important skills when learning a language: speaking, listening, reading and writing.
One-to-One Spanish Course
A one-to-one course offers you the opportunity to focus on your needs and on your Spanish skills with the full attention of a tutor.
Combonation Spanish Course
The ideal way to improve your Spanish rapidly, combining the advantages of the standard group and those of individual lessons.
Our accommodation is carefully selected and visited regularly throughout the year by our accommodation department.
You can choose from one of the following possibilities:
Homestays are carefully selected and offer students the opportunity to learn more about the local culture in a comfortable setting, while studying Spanish in one of the 11 cities to offer. These homes are often between 5 – 15 minutes away from the school by public transport. Families usually offer affordable meal plans that allow you to discover and taste the local cuisine.
It is possible to live in a rented apartment during your study in Spain, but this tends to be more expensive. International House provides some assistance with apartment rentals or you can rent an apartment on your own.
International House provides some assistance with hotel or hostel reservations or you can reserve a room on your own.