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Learn Spanish in Seville

Known variously throughout history as ‘Very Noble’, ‘Very Loyal’, ‘Very Heroic’, and ‘the Invincible’, Seville is an ideal place to learn Spanish. A city of plazas, fountains, and festivals, it is renowned for its strikingly ornate architecture and its rich and delicious cuisine. The city has highly religious roots, with many of its modern-day traditions deriving from Christian practices, though it has also - perhaps paradoxically - long been a leading centre for science and exploration. It was here that Columbus planned his voyages to the Americas, and from here that Magellan and Elcano set sail on their circumnavigation attempts.

First settled by the mysterious Tartessians, Seville has been home to Celts, Phoenicians, Romans, Arabic Moors, Germanic tribes, African Berbers, Genoan traders, and Christian Castilians. Each one of these peoples has left its mark on the city and helped to contribute to the varied customs and traditions of this part of Spain. Seville is not just a city of history, however. It also boasts modern attractions like: the CaixaForum, a cultural centre across the water in Triana; the monumental Metropol Parasol, a huge canopy offering shelter from the summer sun and spectacular views from its 30m-high walkways (locals call it ‘Las Setas’, ‘the Mushrooms’, for its fungus-like form!); and the Casa de Ciencias, which houses the first and largest DNA bank in Spain and contains the city’s only planetarium.

A key port city for over a thousand years, Seville’s relationship with the sea made it a mighty European power right up until the 18th century. The riches it gained from trade with the New World contributed in a large part to Spain’s ‘Golden Age’, and it was during this time that art flourished in the city. The Sevillian school of sculpture became known the world over for its intricate wooden figures, and native artists such as Murillo, Velázquez, and Zurbarán - who all hail from the city - joined the ranks of some of the most famous and skilled painters in history. The factories in the district of Triana were - and, in some cases, still are - renowned for their soap, silk, and ceramics; this district is also regarded as the birthplace of sevillanas and flamenco dance styles and boasts more practicing bailaores than any other Spanish city.

Today Seville is arguably most famous for its festivals. Key events on the calendar include Feria de Abril - a celebration of everything Hispanic that, somewhat counterintuitively, usually takes place in May - Easter’s Semana Santa - which dates back to at least the 14th century (some of the wooden sculptures carried through the city date back this time!) - and La Bienial, a vibrant flamenco festival that lasts for nearly a month and is thought to be the biggest celebration of this artform in the world.

A people-friendly city, Seville has more miles of bike lines than any other city in Spain, and its main historical centre is almost entirely pedestrianised. It enjoys very hot summers and mild winters, so it’s perfect at any time of year!

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Our school in Seville (Premium)

35 classrooms
- Location: city centre
A student lounge
- Nearest convenience store: 250 m
A ground-floor patio and cafeteria
- Nearest café: 51 m
A self-study room
- Nearest metro stop: San Bernado, 900 m from school
A rooftop terrace with small pool
- Nearest bus stop: Plaza Nueva, 100 m from school
Free-to-use textbook and video library
- Distance from train station: 2.2 km
Accredited by the Cervantes Institute
- Distance from airport: 12 km
Course materials included
 
Wi-Fi throughout

Our Premium school is located just a short walk from the main historical centre of Seville, with its winding alleyways and narrow ‘kissing streets’. The Museum of Fine Arts, showcasing some of the best examples of European paintings and Sevillian sculptures in a splendid 17th-century palace, is less than 10 minutes’ walk away. History buffs will also love the Roman mosaics in the beautiful Lebrija Palace, and the extensive ruins in the Antiquarium, located beneath the contrastingly futuristic ‘Setas’ Parasol. Just across the river in Triana, you’ll find the Ceramics Museum, which takes visitors on a whistle-stop tour of the long history of pottery and tiles made in the city. Triana is also the best district for local markets; here you’ll find delicious foods and hand-made crafts most days of the week, especially on Sundays.

Accredited by the Cervantes Institute, a member of the International Association of Language Centres (IALC), and approved for DELE, Bildungsurlaub, CSN, and Erasmus programmes, this facility offers high-quality, personalised tuition to all students who attend. The school has been welcoming international pupils for over 30 years, so its highly qualified teachers are accustomed to providing dynamic, immersive tuition to students of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds. With 35 classrooms and a maximum of 10 students per group, this school is able to offer its students bespoke attention and language instruction that is tailored to their individual needs. It’s a very popular facility, especially during the summer months, so you’re guaranteed to make friends during your time here!

Throughout your programme you can make use of the student lounge to relax, socialise, or catch up on schoolwork. There is a ground-floor patio with its own café, so you get snacks and refreshments in between lessons without even needing to leave the building. If you want to catch some sun after class, look no further: the school has its own rooftop terrace, complete with a small pool! For those looking for quiet study, the school also has a library offering free textbooks and video resources to all students, and a self-study room.

The area surrounding the school is packed with cafes, bars, and restaurants serving local fare, as well as plenty of shops to keep you busy! The nearest bus stop is just around the corner, meaning you can easily explore other areas of the city during your time at our language centre.

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Breaktime on the patio
Club50+ course enjoying a coffee

Courses in Seville (Premium)

Available courses

  • Intensive (20)
  • Intensive (25)
  • Intensive + Private Lessons (25)
  • Intensive + Private Lessons (30)
  • Super Intensive (30)
  • Private Lessons (20)
  • Academic Year (20)
  • Club 50 (20)
  • DELE Exam Prep (30)
  • Teachers Course (15)

The most popular course at this school is the standard Intensive programme of 20 group lessons per week. Classes usually take place in the morning between 09:15 and 13:00, though in high season the school may need to open additional sessions in the afternoon. Your group placement will depend on your starting ability level and the number of other students at the school; your exact schedule can therefore only be confirmed by school staff on your first day. If you want to increase the benefits of your programme, you can select a Super-intensive course of either 25 or 30 weekly group classes. The extra lessons will follow that same format of the Intensive lessons and cover the same materials; they generally take place after lunch but may be in the morning if you have an afternoon core schedule.

If you regularly encounter Spanish speakers in a commercial or medical setting or are preparing to start work in one of these sectors in a Spanish-speaking country, you should combine your tuition with medical or business Spanish. When you select one of these programmes, you’ll attend the standard Intensive course plus 10 additional lessons focusing on your chosen topic. These courses are not open to beginners, and are available for up to 4 weeks.

If you have specific topics you’d like to cover, or feel that you need extra attention during your studies, we recommend that you select private lessons and receive expert one-to-one tuition that can be customised to your exact requirements. You’ll have 20 lessons per week on the standard package, but can book more if you wish. If you think that private lessons would be beneficial for you but still want to experience the social aspect of group classes, you can book a combined package of 20 group lessons plus and additional 5 or 10 one-to-one classes each week. The combined package is ideal for students wanting to make significant progress during their time at the language school.

For those wanting to earn an internationally recognised Spanish-language qualification, we can help with the revision process by offering our DELE exam preparation courses. You’ll have 20 lessons per week to develop your language the skills, as well as 10 weekly lessons focused on practice questions and past papers. This combined approach gives you the best possible chance to pass the exam of your choice - and to pass well! Your teachers will also be happy to help you arrange your test after your course has finished. These courses are only available at certain times of year; please get in touch with us if you would like further information.

If you’re over the age of 50 and prefer to study with like-minded mature students from across the world, our Club 50+ classes are perfect for you! You can find detailed information on this specialised programme here.

If you’re looking to become a Spanish teacher, or if you’re already a teacher and you want to develop your pedagogical approach, why not take our specialised teachers’ course? This 2- to 4-week super-intensive programme consists of classes between 09:30 and 17:30 each weekday, covering cover topics such as lesson planning, creation and use of teaching materials, and techniques for determining students’ ability levels. You’ll also undertake dynamic projects to help you create exciting group activities and engage students through varied use of technology. At the end of the programme you’ll submit written and oral reports and receive a certificate of achievement after assessment. Please note that this course is only available to students over the age of 18 with minimum C1 Spanish proficiency. These courses only run at certain times of year; please get in touch with us if you would like further information.

Our school also offers work experience in a local Spanish company. This programme provides the opportunity to quickly improve your Spanish skills and expand your resume by working for 8 to 16 weeks in a local Spanish company. You’ll need to study for 2 to 4 weeks at our school and demonstrate at least A2 proficiency after these 4 weeks in order to be eligible for this programme (some companies require a higher proficiency level). Our tutors can guide you on how to create your CV, find a placement for you in a company in your desired industry, and give you tips and techniques for your placement interview. You’ll also have regular progress reviews to ensure that your placement is running smoothly. Kindly note that the work offered is an unpaid internship. Applications should be submitted at least 8 weeks in advance (non-EU applicants should allow longer).

Special courses in Seville (Premium)

Accommodation

Available accommodation

  • Executive Studio Apartment
  • Host Family
  • Shared Apartment (with Spaniards)
  • Student Residence
  • Studio Apartment

If you want to get the maximum linguistic benefit from your programme, then homestay lodging is the choice for you! Carefully selected hosts offer private single or twin rooms* and provide 1, 2, or 3 meals per day as part of your accommodation package. Do note that we can accommodate special diets (e.g. vegan, lactose-/gluten-free, etc.) for a small additional fee (vegetarian diets do not incur a supplement). Hosts all live within 25 minutes’ walk from the school and all offer a comfortable and safe environment in which to stay during your language course. Bed linens and towels are provided as standard, and some hosts can offer access to a private bathroom (subject to availability; incurs an additional charge). You will have your own keys to come and go as you please, but you must respect house rules and schedules.

For more independence, stay in one of the school’s shared apartments. This type of lodging is similar to the homestay experience, in that you’ll be staying with native Sevillians (or, in some cases, other students). Since rooms are offered on a self-catering basis, this type of accommodation does offer less opportunity for immersion as you’ll have less guaranteed social time with your ‘host’. You’ll have a private single or twin room*, a fully-equipped kitchen with a washing machine, and a lounge with a television and comfortable seating. Bed linen and towels are provided, and Wi-Fi access is available in some apartments - please note that we need to know at the time of booking if this is a requirement for you. Each apartment is located no more than 30 minutes’ walk from the school. Students are responsible for keeping their areas of the apartment clean and tidy.

Located in the centre of Seville and no more than 20 minutes’ walk from the school building, the student residences are ideal for younger students (aged 18 - 25) who are travelling on a budget and looking for a highly social experience. Here you can select a single room or, if you prefer, a twin room; if you choose the latter, you will be partnered with another international student of a similar age and of the same gender, giving you plenty of opportunity to practice your Spanish skills together. Communal areas include the kitchen, bathroom(s), and living facilities. If you prefer not to share a bathroom, you can select a single room with an en-suite bathroom (subject to availability; incurs an additional supplement). Bed linens and Wi-Fi access are included but towels aren’t, so you should bring your own. Students are responsible for keeping the residence clean and tidy.

If you prefer complete privacy, then an apartment would be the best option for you. You’ll have a private, self-contained studio within walking distance from the school, complete with its own bathroom and fully-equipped kitchenette. There are two types of apartment to choose from: a standard studio or an executive studio. Standard studios are available for single or double use* and are approximately 30 m²; they have air-conditioning, Wi-Fi, and heating. Executive studios are slightly larger, at around 60 m², and boast a double room as standard and a separate lounge area on top of the other amenities listed above. The apartments are located in the Santa Ana complex, which is just 10 minutes’ walk from the school. Bed linens and towels are provided in both types of studio.

All accommodation is available from 16:00 on the Sunday before your course starts until 12:00 on the Saturday after your course ends. We may be able to arrange extra nights in your accommodation for you if needed - please contact us about this prior to making your booking.

*Please note that twin rooms are only available to students travelling together. If you book a twin room but are travelling alone, you will be swapped to a single room. The only exceptions to this are the student residences and the executive studio, which you can book even you are travelling alone.

Activities

As well as tuition, our school also arranges an extensive social and cultural activity programme specially designed to help you experience life in Seville. Each activity is conducted in Spanish and thus helps to complement your classroom learning with experience in real-life scenarios. The activities are designed to be entertaining and educational, and to help you get to know your fellow students.

Many activities will be offered free of charge, whilst others will incur an additional fee to cover entrance and/or transportation costs. The exact schedule changes throughout the year but may include:

- Guided tours of various areas of the city
- Free seminars on Spanish pronunciation, literature, and cultural customs
- Visits to local museums and attractions
- Cookery workshops
- Spanish film screenings
- Tapas ‘caminas’
- Dance classes
- Ceramic workshops in Triana
- Tasting sessions of local produce such as jamón ibérico and regional cheeses

Half- and full-day excursions to locations like the Roman settlement in Italica, Vejer de la Frontera, and Córdoba

How to get there

Seville San Pablo Airport is located just over 12 km outside the city and is easily accessible from many European locations. From here, you can either take public transport to your accommodation or we can arrange an airport transfer service for you for an additional charge. If you book this service, a driver will be waiting for you when you land and will take you directly to your accommodation; if you select this service on departure as well, you will be collected from your lodging on your last day and taken back to your chosen airport in time for your departing flight.

The city enjoys extensive Metro links to other European cities, if you prefer not to fly.

Students should arrange to arrive on the Sunday before their course starts and depart on the Saturday after their course finishes. We may be able to arrange extra nights on arrival and/or departure for you if needed.


Location of our school in Seville (Premium)

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4.7 / 5
Average score for our school in Seville (Premium) based on 71 previous client reviews.

Student reviews & feedback

All round an excellent school with a high level of teaching. Fully air conditioned which definitely helps in Sevilla!

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The teaching was very good - stretching but I coped! It was all very well organised and I would definitely recommend - and I hope to return.

Accommodation in a studio was absolutely fine. Everything clean and all the necessities were to hand. The street itself was a bit noisy, but given the central location that was to be expected.

I feel very fortunate to have booked what turned out to be a really first class course with excellent support to help me do it. It can be a bit daunting doing something like this for the first time, but I'm really pleased that I did and the support/info from Apple was really helpful.

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Excellent teacher. Small group. Really good interactive methods of learning. Very enjoyable.

UK based office were incredibly efficient and helpful.

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Mercedes was an excellent teacher & there was a lot of interactivity & fun in the programme as well as serious study. B1.2 course clarified & explained grammar points clearly. I wish I could have stayed longer & will go back.

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I thoroughly enjoyed my one week intensive course. Reyes Ortega was an excellent teacher. She was extremely professional, and patient!. Her classes were not only informative but she had the ability to make them fun. My only regret is that I wish my stay was longer.

My accommodation was perfect. It was clean and I felt very safe. I would have liked a few more pillows and perhaps another bed sheet but apart from that very satisfactory.

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The course was useful and I enjoyed the company of my fellow students and our teacher but in my opinion the class size of 10 students is too big. We particularly enjoyed the flamenco evening which is a must while staying in Seville.

We stayed with a lovely Spanish lady called Pilar who was looking after us ever so well during our two-week stay with lots of tasty food and conversation so that we could really 'live the language' while staying with her. I can only recommend staying with a host family and Pilar made us feel very welcome and part of her household. We could not have had a better hostess.

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The school was very well organised. My teacher was good but often spoke too fast for me to understand, so I didn’t learn as much as I had hoped. I enjoyed the interaction with the other students; the activities and excursions were great; and I made friends from all over the world.

The lady I stayed with was very pleasant. She cooked for me every evening and there was plenty of food.

I would definitely use Apple Languages again, I had an enjoyable time and would go on another Club 50 language course.

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Excellent teacher and activities designed for single and group work. Clean and nice bedroom with host family. Noisy at night because of location next to bars and the basilica. Breakfast was very basic.

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Excellent course, fantastic professors.

Accommodation, was very good

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Course was well structured and nice to have 2 different teachers working on different things but with a theme across the week. Small group size and I improved my speaking a lot with all the practice. Regular homework was helpful. There were some grammar points that I'd been ignoring on my own that I was forced to finally understand fully

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I loved it. I wasn't placed in an appropriate level for my level, and I don't think that the all around placement of students truly catered to their abilities, but nonetheless I had so much fun meeting people from other countries and exploring Sevilla with these new friends for 2 weeks. My host family was great. She'd been hosting students for 7 years and was so flexible and understanding towards our varying needs. Very clean and well-kept--there was AC too!

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CLub 50 Course. Excellent staff, great teachers, good facilities, exemplary cleanliness. I stayed in a second floor accommodation with stairs which was bad for my knees. I really enjoyed the hostess. Attentive, friendly and kind. .

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Fantastic course. It was exactly what I wanted. The reason why I put a "4" for accommodation is that I had an 'ant' problem, but it was taken care of right away.

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Reaaly good mix of students. Great teachers who used a variety of teaching methods to keep us interested. Learnt a lot and got my enthusiam fired up! Friendly atmosphere at the school- have made international friends who I keep in tuch with. Didn't imagine i could have so much fun whilst studying or feel so relaxed when going on a trip by myself.

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The teaching standard was high, and the classes were very interesting. The dynamics of the class were inspiring. The couple I stayed with were delightful - relaxed and good natured. They made me feel very welcome, and helped with my Spanish learning. The flat was small but adequate, and comfortable.

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The teachers were very friendly and professiona, they were well trained and conscientious. Classes were fun, relaxed and yet a lot of work was covered.

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I thoroughly enjoyed the course. My aim was to feel more confident with speaking Spanish and I believe I achieved this by the end of the course!!! The teacher was enthusiastic and motivational - this helped as the course was intense! The accommodation was clean, modern and comfortable. It was in a good location, convenient to the school and the tourist attractions in Seville. I am really pleased that I booked this course in Seville. Apple Language were very helpful with my queries and this made me feel confident that I had made the right choice.

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I had an excellent time. The people, the course, the city and of course the language. The school makes you feel very welcome, and the cultural programme alongside the studies is an excellent way to meet new people outside of class. I met some great people that made the two weeks very enjoyable. Espero que te vea el año proximo.

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I have just completed a two week Club 50 Spanish course in Seville. I have had such a marvellous time and cannot fault the school and its teaching, my Spanish host or the cultural programme that was offered to me. I made some wonderful friends from all around the world with whom I hope to keep in touch.

At this point I must also thank you all at Apple for the support you gave me in the preliminary arrangements for this trip. It was obvious from the start that you are a very professional organisation and this eliminated any fears or anxieties that I may have had at the beginning of my venture. This efficiency, competence and support was mirrored in Seville at the school.

The course is superb.instructive, challenging,and helpful I enjoy it so much I intend to return for the sixth time in either november or next february. I always stay with Rosa and Carlo. the accommodation is superb and the chat in the evening la sobremesa is worth just as much as the course.

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I had a charming teacher with a lovely personality, a lovely school with an excellent social programme. It was very enjoyable and instructive. The accommodation was in a nice position and very comfortable.

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The course was excellent, it did exactly what I wanted, first half of the morning grammar the second half conversation. My accommodation was very good, it was situated on the outskirts of the town but within walking distance.

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G. Raggett

I really enjoyed studying at Seville Option 1, even if it was just for 5 days. Everything was very efficiently run and all the staff were very friendly. The building itself in Seville is beautiful, airy and light. I recommend this course to anyone wishing to study spanish in a beautiful city. I stayed in residence accommodation and it was great. Only 20 minutes from the school, the building itself was clean, accommodating and has everything you might need for your stay there. I was very impressed.

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G. Burghardt

We loved the class. Our teacher was extremely good -- very focused, cheerful, organized, and helpful.

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The teachers were excellent and the course context was good.

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G. Brenière

The general level of teaching was excellent. I stayed in a well equipped and tastefully arranged flat.

The teachers were really friendly and usually prepared a varied range of activities. I learnt a great deal about Spanish culture and way of life as well as new grammar and vocabulary, including more colloquial phrases and idioms. The cultural programme was a fantastic way to see more of Spain and make friends with other people on the course. I stayed with a friendly Spanish family in a comfortable house and had the top floor to myself with my own kitchen, bedroom and bathroom.

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It was a very nice, and well conducted course. Even as a beginner I was able to have some basic conversations in Spanish at the end of two weeks. Which was a nice result. I still have to practise more, and next time I prefer to stay with a family so that I can practise more on Spanish. I stayed in an apartment. I had access to all services, the owner was nice and it was good.

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I loved it, it was amazing, the people, Seville, my accommodation. I would definitely go back again. The lady I stayed with was really nice and friendly. I was right in the centre of seville which was so useful. She made delicious meals for me as well. I would recommend her to anyone. Thank you for providing me with an unforgetable experience in seville learning, living and loving the life in spain!

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The school organisation was generally very good. We had pleasant accommodation with a Spanish lady in her flat.

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The course was fantastic, I couldn’t have asked more.

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All the staff at the school were very friendly, patient and helpful, it was a really great experience! Great accommodation, my host was really great!

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I absolutely loved my course! Great teachers, great teaching method, great environment! Honestly, everything was awesome! It's so worth it! The accommodation met all my needs too!

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M. Prowse

Very strong school, and very impressed with the teachers. Would definitely recommend this school to any others considering visiting Spain. Accommodation was good, with excellent food. I was also extremely impressed with the school's cultural programme. Very good tours of local highlights - I've learned a lot about Spanish history and architecture in the last three weeks!

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My courses was really interesting, and both the teachers were very good. The accomodation was good, clean, new and in a good position. Next year I'll stay longer!

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E. Acheson

The course was great, the 9 or 10 of us all started at the same time which was nice. Great diversity of people, from all places and of all ages. Very nice teacher, relaxed but thorough. Learned a lot in 3 weeks, and now I am in a great position to continue learning Spanish on my own.

The teacher's approach was quite structured, which works great for me. Half of it was a conversation class as well, which was very helpful.

My accomodation was very good, good-sized room, clean, nice family. The mother was extremely warm and good about talking to us in Spanish as much as possible when she was around. We had the freedom to go out whenever, etc. and the two of us had our own bathroom. All in all a very good experience.

The after school and week-end programming was excellent! The most amazing tour guides from the school, great for practicing Spanish comprehension, spoke very comprehensible Spanish, and knew tons of interesting things. Very professional. Kudos!

On a day trip to two nearby towns we got to see so much and do so much, and for a tiny price. Highly recommend doing as much of these as possible.

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The school was a very well organised. The teachers we had were all excellent. The over 50s course was very well planned with very good excursions in the afternoon. We were delighted with the whole experience in Seville. Our host family was very welcoming. The accommodation was spotless with a good en suite shower room. The food was good and nothing was too much trouble for our hostess and her family. Her daughters came every lunch time and talked to us to improve our spanish and to help us with places to visit in Seville.

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I really enjoyed the course, I was soooo nervous the first day but the teacher was so lovely and I was instantly put at ease. I really enjoyed the lessons, especially the conversation practice. My accomodation was perfect for my needs and the landlord was extremely helpful. The whole experience was extremely good,and i would definitely do it again!

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P. Willars

It was tailored to my ability, my teachers were lovely and didn't just teach me Spanish but about the lives and culture and politics of the country. They helped me integrate into the community, and alongside the course were loads of opportunities to do cultural activites with the school and the teachers. It was excellent and outstanding value for money. The family were welcoming, lovely, patient with my feeble Spanish, the room was nice, the food was good, the location was excellent, and the price was good.

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Staff were friendly and helpful and the standard of teaching was very good.

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The course was very good/interesting/dynamic/interactive, and much more. The mini-group worked very well: the teacher was able to notice the capabilities of each members of the group to make everybody learns at their own rhythm! The private course was very good for the culture/tradition/how-does-it-work-in-spain type questions. I lived with two spaniards in Triana (which is a very animated/popular neighborhood). It was a good experience: they were very nice and told me a lot of "insider-tips"! The accomodation was quite "simple" but very nice.

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The course was reasonably well taught. The additional studies I did for the intensive course were exceptionally well taught. The accommodation was bBasic but clean and satisfactory.

The intensive small group was very good and the teahers were all very enthusiastic. The school very well organised and had good facilities, with good extra free lessons and organised excursions.The level test at the beginning is an excellent way of getting into correct class. I stayed with a very friendly host who made the effort to sit and chat to us for short time with each meal, they were very welcoming and quick to put you at ease.

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An excellent experience. I would definitely do something like this again! The best holiday experience I've had. My host family was fantastic, everything was great.

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I took the private course for the Spanish Language and History. The one-on-one was great, my teacher pushed my skills and we laughed a lot. The school also provided so many opportunies to see the cultural and historical sites of Sevilla. I would definitely recommend this school for everyone! My host was so patient, her cooking was wonderful and very authentic Andalusian. When coming to another country alone, for the first time, Carmen and her home were so welcoming, clean, neat, and happy. I believe to immerse yourself totally in the culture is the best way to learn a language. You come away with so much more understanding and the culture and the language.

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The way the course was set out was good in that grammer and conversational skills were covered each day. The accomodation was very good and the food was excellent. An excellent experience and everything well arranged.

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The school was very good. I like dthe teaching staff and everything ran like clockwork. The course was excellent and everything ran well in Spain. Our accommodation was very good, well located, an adequate size and everything worked.

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Nationality (%)


American (15)
German (12)
British (10)
Swiss (10)
Dutch (8)
French (6)
Italian (6)
East Europe (6)
Japanese (5)
Korean (5)

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* Statistics considered correct at the time of publishing

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