Posts Tagged: spain

Spain Fever Highlight: Spanish in Granada Video

Now is your last chance to get Spain Fever and save $59/week by studying Spanish in Spain at any of these Spain locations: Alicante, Barcelona, Granada, Madrid, Marbella, Salamanca, Sevilla, Tenerife, or Valencia. Time is running out, however, as you must register by May 15, 2010, and use the discount code "Spain Fever" when registering…. Read more »

Last Chance to Get Spain Fever!

Three weeks ago, AmeriSpan announced its popular "Spain Fever" special, and time is running out to take full advantage of it!  If you register by May 15th (that's this Saturday, folks!) and use discount code "Spain Fever", you can receive a $59/week discount when you study Spanish in Spain at the following locations: Alicante, Barcelona,… Read more »

College Study Abroad in Granada, Spain

This past year, we here at AmeriSpan were thrilled to add several College Study Abroad programs to our repertoire.  We know that Spain is and has always been an ideal destination for students studying Spanish and racking up college credit abroad, and we’ve delivered!  Today we’d like to highlight one of our newest programs, our… Read more »

BRB: Going to Europe

Our Biggest Promotion … ever Why Go to Europe Now? • Save 12.5% on programs in Europe • US Dollar is strong versus the Euro • Airfare is still reasonably priced Where Are the Promotions? • Spain Spanish schools • Germany German Schools • Austria German schools  • France French schools • Switzerland French courses… Read more »

Don’t go to Spain!

 Why would you go to a place that might entice you to stay forever? The people are far too generous and they have too much fun. Who wants the freedom to sit on the beach with a glass of sangria, to eat tapas after 10pm or make the last meal of the night breakfast? What… Read more »

Study Abroad Spain: A Week in Sevilla

By Kris B., Guest Blogger from Sevilla, Granada and Barcelona, Spain The first week in Sevilla flew by in a flash and with a distinct rhythm. I would get up, have breakfast at home and then walk to school around 9:15am (though I still haven’t quite adjusted to the late day break after 8am in Southern Spain… Read more »

Study Abroad Spain: First Day at School in Sevilla

By Kris B., Guest Blogger from Sevilla, Granada and Barcelona, Spain It was a cold, gloomy and wet Monday in Sevilla and hardly the weather I was expecting for my first day in language school. Luckily the school was barely a five-minute walk from my apartment and I did not have wander about too long through the… Read more »

Study Abroad Spain: An International New Year’s Eve

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 »

Spain on My Mind

by Wanda Mann, Founder & Editor-in-Chief of The Black Dress Traveler  As a little girl growing up in New York City I would pretend that I could speak Spanish and spent countless hours prancing around the house like a flamenco dancer. Surely, my Southern born parents must have found my fixation on a language that… Read more »

Top 10 Study Abroad Programs for 2010

On the eve of the New Year, we wanted to share AmeriSpan’s top 10 study abroad programs for 2010. A mix of long-standing, successful programs, and exciting new programs, this list is sure to have something on it to awaken your desire to study abroad in 2010! From volunteering in South Africa, China, or Thailand,… Read more »