The Sagrada Familia is one of the most famous monuments in Spain and the most important one in Barcelona. It’s world-renowned, everyone wants to see it, and everyone knows its story. But there are some details that only a few people know. Want to know what they are? 1.As you know the Sagrada Familia is… Read more »
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Barcelona is a high-ranking destination for many travelers, regardless of whether or not they want to study Spanish, so AmeriSpan is excited to announce its newest contest: Why Barcelona?
“Christmas in Barcelona is an altogether sleeker affair, whimsical and exotic in equal measure.”
While studying in Barcelona, students can explore the beach, nightlife, and incredible different cultures abundant throughout the city.
What could be better than exploring a vibrant international city and sunning on the beach in between classes?
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.
The philosophy I’ve always tried to apply is a consideration of the student as a guest, and as such we should try to make their experience unique, to give them an experience they’ll remember for the remainder of their life, learn a language, but also become familiar with another lifestyle that will enrich their personal and professional future.
After returning from Germany, I sought work in the Spanish field as a foreign language instructor to continue to learn and understand this industry better.
A lot of people are not aware of the fact that they can save thousands of dollars on college tuition by spending a semester abroad! Studying abroad has long been considered a luxury reserved for those lucky enough to have extraneous financial opportunity, but the reality is that tuition abroad is cheaper, and that many… Read more »
By Kris B., Guest Blogger from Sevilla, Granada and Barcelona, Spain I have traveled to Spain before on business, but this time it was different. I was unemployed and on a budget, but the flip side was that I was the master of my own schedule and had the luxury of time. I decided to fly into… Read more »