Have you been searching the web for a Spanish immersion course in Spain? If so, you’ve probably found there is a huge range of prices. Budget is usually the main deciding factor when people are planning a language-learning trip abroad. Having said that, you don’t want to scrimp on quality either. So what’s a reasonable price to pay for a Spanish course in Spain these days? Some sample prices Prices for Spanish immersion courses in Spain can vary greatly from school to school. For instance, you could take a two-week …CONTINUE READING

The world gets smaller every day. Internet, faster travel and globalised business have made it so. Consequently, speaking just one language is no longer enough and especially for young people in the 18-25 age bracket, the pressure’s on. Gaining access to a solid higher education path, or good career prospects, speaking another language used to be considered a bonus. Today, in many fields, it is a prerequisite. But school language tuition does not always take you far enough. Spanish language, an investment in your future More and more young people …CONTINUE READING

Riverside picnics. Home made pie filled with pork loin, chorizo and boiled eggs. Families enjoying the sunshine outdoors. With many local businesses closed for the day, town folk and students alike relax on benches and blankets, drinking vino and calimocho, while children run around, laughing and playing. Welcome to El lunes de aguas in Salamanca! Those scandalous students… El lunes de aguas today is an exciting and unique Salamanca springtime festivity, which isn’t celebrated anywhere else in Spain. People flock to the banks of the River Tormes for picnics, impromptu …CONTINUE READING

Salamanca is probably Spain’s best-known city when it comes to history and academics. As a centuries-old university town, Salamanca has a vibrant student culture in a beautiful, romantic setting. Here you’ll find university buildings, cathedrals and convents, Roman bridges over the river, numerous museums and a city centre full of wonderful restaurants and bars, as well as a thriving shopping district. Within this dynamic mix of modern Spanish living and traditional culture, Estudio Sampere offers almost half a century’s worth of experience in teaching Spanish as a foreign language. The …CONTINUE READING

In this article, we will compare Salamanca University to Sampere Salamanca; two Spanish Language Schools located in the beautiful city of Salamanca, Spain. Salamanca University is a public university that was founded in 1218 and is Spain’s most prestigious and most beautiful university as well as the third oldest university in Europe. It’s Spanish language Course for foreign students, which is recognized as one of the best in Spain, was put in place over thirty years ago and since then, claims to have educated around 150,000 foreign students. The University …CONTINUE READING

One of the most important factors to consider when choosing where you want to study in Spain and when you want to travel is the price of airfare. Over the past few years airfare prices throughout the world have decreased significantly with the upcoming of the many new low cost airlines and it is today easier then ever to find get a good deal when flying to Spain but you still have to do some thorough search. When calculating the price of your trip to Spain, you should understand that …CONTINUE READING

You know that you want to learn Spanish in Spain, but which city is the best? This question is perhaps one of the most difficult questions to answer, but it’s absolutely one of the most important questions to answer correctly. The correct answer is: there isn’t one. Each of the language school locations offered by UniSpain is a great candidate to being your perfect destination, but what makes one destination the perfect city is a decision that is up to you. When you are ready to make the decision of …CONTINUE READING

Studying Spanish in Spain doesn’t have to be expensive. While big cities like Madrid and Barcelona require students to save a hefty sum to afford living, studying, and traveling, there are quite a few cities that offer an affordable and enjoyable lifestyle to short term or long term students. Students that are interested in studying in Spain should consider more than just the cost of tuition when they look for the best city to study in. Some of the important costs to take into account are: accommodation, groceries, dining in …CONTINUE READING

My mother always used to exclaim, “I wish there were 25 hours in a day!” Living in this hectic world, most of us can understand the reasoning behind this statement. If you’re a student, you might be caught in a whirlwind routine of attending lectures, doing course work and studying like crazy – whilst trying to maintain some sort of a social life. For those who work or have families, lives are led in a constant rush between the office, piles of washing and ironing and running the kids to …CONTINUE READING

One of the great things about studying Spanish in Spain is the usefulness of learning one of the world’s most important languages while experiencing the country’s culture and lifestyle. A great way to take advantage of your time as a student in Spain is to make weekend or even day trips to nearby sites of cultural and historical significance to enjoy yourself and enrich your cultural experience. Following is a list of weekend trip suggestions near a few of Spain’s most popular study abroad destinations. Keep in mind that domestic …CONTINUE READING