Information for term Spanish Language & Culture
Application deadline, and cost information.
Program Deadlines and Pricing Info
- Dates: Jun 13 – Jul 10, 2021 (4 weeks)
Program Deadlines and Pricing Info
- Dates: Jul 11 – Aug 7, 2021 (4 weeks)
OverviewClick to Open
Practice Spanish in the gorgeous capital city of Andalusia.
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 students ready to help.
Enjoy your favorite tapas during nights out with new friends; dance the flamenco during a cultural class or spend a morning 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.
You’ll also spend quality time with your homestay, practicing your Spanish as you prepare and share meals, shop at local markets, learn local customs, and enjoy everyday family life in a different country, far from home.
60 hours of instruction in Spanish by CIEE professors
4 college credits may be used to apply toward your future college degree, to demonstrate your ability to do college-level work, or to test out of a language level in college
A certificate of language learning in Spanish, and documented language growth through pre- and post- program testing
Location & CultureClick to Open
Integrate into the vibrant epicenter of culture, in Spain’s beautiful Andalusian region. Seville is home to three UNESCO World Heritage Sites.It is rich in cultural history. Surprisingly, it manages to preserve its past while offering all the conveniences of a modern commercial city. More than 20 centuries separate the most famous places and monuments of this magical city through which Tartessos, Romans, Visigoths, Muslims and Christians passed. Its Cathedral (Santa Maria de la Sede), the largest Gothic cathedral in the world and where the remains of Christopher Columbus rest today, shares prominence with the most modern cultural buildings built in recent times. Seville has also been the scene of films and famous series as Game of Thrones, Star Wars, or the Kingdom of Heaven. It is also known for being easy to navigate. You can stroll down cobblestone alleys, poke your head into local shops, and enjoy a slow, laid-back pace during your time here. Seville is known for being livable and fun without feeling overwhelming.
Daily LifeClick to Open
"Today, we went to a flamenco class and learned how to dance a basic sevillana. ..."
Learn more about daily life on a high school study abroad program by reading our blog posts above.
Carefully Screened Homestay
24/7 Support from your CIEE program leader and in-country CIEE staff members
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ActivitiesClick to Open
- Visit architectural and historical landmarks like the Alcázar de Seville, Plaza de España, Las Setas, and Seville Cathedral.
- Survey Seville’s amazing art treasures, including masterworks at the Museum of Fine Arts by Bartolmé Esteban Murillo, Francisco Pacheco, Francisco de Zurbarán, and Juan de Valdés Leal.
- Take a walking tour of Seville’s trendy art scene and remarkable urban graffiti.
- Go on a kayaking trip up the Guadalquivir River, which runs through the heart of Seville.
- Take cooking classes with local chefs. Enjoy making dishes like paella, tortilla Española or patatas bravas – and then enjoy tasting your culinary creations!
- Put your best foot forward and try some flamenco lessons at a local dance studio. What have you got to lose?
Hop on a bus for a day trip to Cádiz, an ancient port city in the southwest Spain that traces its roots back to 1100 B.C. It is claims to be the oldest city in Western Europe. You will take a walking tour of this seaside city, visit and walk up the 18th-century Cádiz Cathedral, shop at a traditional market, and then hit the beaches for some sun, sand, and relaxation.
Dates & FeesClick to Open
Dates & Fees
- At least one year of High School Spanish. For intensive language immersion, see our Madrid programs.
- Program open to all current high school students: Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors.
- For scholarship eligibility requirements, please check our Scholarship page.
Program scholarships and tuition include iNext Travel Insurance, but do not cover the cost of flights. More details about tuition inclusions can be found here.
Optional College Credit Fee
$150 Learn more
|Summer Session I 2021 4 weeks||Rolling Admissions||Jun 13, 2021||Jul 10, 2021||
|Summer Session II 2021 4 weeks||Rolling Admissions||Jul 11, 2021||Aug 7, 2021||
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