Posts Tagged: study abroad

Learn Spanish in San Juan, Puerto Rico – Video

Check out the video after the jump to get a first-person look at what San Juan’s all about.

CNN’s “Top 5 Cities in Central & South America”

Argentina_Buenos_Aires_Highlights_000Last week, we reposted an article about CNN’s list of top European cities, and this week we’re focusing on a similar piece on the top five cities in Central and South America.

Mexico Study Abroad: Exploring Guanajuato and Starting Classes

“I chose Guanajuato, Mexico because I had heard from my family as well as a friend who did a study abroad through the University de Guanajuato that this was a great town filled with educated people, beautiful buildings, and was safe for a woman traveling alone.”

CNN Names 10 Best Cities in Europe; AmeriSpan Schools in 6

CNN made a another list. and this time it’s a list of the top ten cities in Europe. Sure enough, several AmeriSpan locations have again made the list!

Last Day of “Act Pronto” Special!

Remember, today is the last day to apply and receive 20% off any program in Europe or Latin America.

New Contest: Win a Free Week in Barcelona!

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?

France Study Abroad: Love and French

The people that I?ve met really enjoy knowing where you?re from and why you?re studying French, so make the most of it and practice your French with them!

New “Pronto” Special: Save up to $257 in Europe and Latin America

For a limited time, you can receive 20% off of your total program costs in locations in Europe and Latin America!

CNN’s Top 10 Cities in Asia: 5 AmeriSpan Locations Make the List

Scoring high marks in the categories of Ambience, Friendliniess, Lodging, Restaurants, Culture/Sites and Shopping, the city of Bangkok, Thailand made it to #2 on the list.

Junior Immersion in Quito: Introduction

“The group is very diverse, 7 from Portland, Oregon, 1 from Washington D.C., 3 from Orlando, Florida, and 4 from California. Many kids came by themselves- only 2 people from Oregon were friends before the trip to Ecuador. Since everyone is new to each other, making new friends is easy.”