Posts Categorized: Videos & Recordings

Meet the School: Sevilla’s Academic Coordinator

“I think one of the biggest mistakes that often make when studying a language is not practicing for fear of making mistakes.”

Meet the School: Granada’s Head of Studies

It’s important to know that you are able to learn from people of different nationalities – this will lead to incredible personal enrichment.

Cultural Events at our Taormina-Sicily Italian School

AmeriSpan’s Taormina-Sicily Italian school is incredibly well-received by all students, and internationally recognized (It’s is a fellow LTM Star winner!).

AmeriSpan’s New Budget Spanish School in Buenos Aires, Argentina

One student loved his experience here so much, he used his multimedia expertise to make a “mini-documentary” about this school for future students!

Study Portuguese in Salvador

The school, just 5 minutes from the beach, is a relaxing, quiet getaway with plenty of room to unwind and study. There are so many great things about this location, you’ll never want to leave!

Meet the School: Guanajuato’s Head of Studies

Meet Pedro Rodríguez Valladares, Head of Studies at AmeriSpan's Guanajuato Spanish school What is your background? I am 42 years old, and I have a degree in Human Communication and my MA in Psychoanalytic Theory. I live on the outskirts of Guanajuato in a truly peaceful area. My family has a Pug dog named "Fito… Read more »

Interview with a Fellow Student

One of the most exciting parts of studying a language abroad is meeting other students from all over the world who share common goals. They can help you practice and get comfortable with speaking your new language, and make great sightseeing partners.

Studying Spanish in Morelia: An Introduction

Here is an introduction to Lamont D., a very enthusiastic blogger newly landed in Morelia, Mexico. Here, he shares a bit about himself and what he hopes to get out of his program!

Meet the School: Salamanca’s Head of Studies

In addition to everything offered by the school, Salamanca also offers a great learning environment, security, tranquility, possibility to relate easily with others to live in an outdoor museum, and breathe, feel and notice history, art and culture.

Meet the University: Barcelona International College

I started working in study abroad right after I graduated from college. I didn’t know what I wanted to do with my life so I decided to get a job in what I knew I loved and what made a difference in my life – Study Abroad. It combined my passions for travel, language learning and exploring new cultures.