Let’s face it. If you enjoy watching BBC period dramas on a Friday night, reading the newspaper on Sunday mornings, and think that “real music” was only made in the 90’s and before (and Justin Bieber irritates the heck out of you), then you’re probably 40 years of age or above. Whilst you have nothing against younger people, your friends are probably around your own age and your hobbies and social life also reflect this. Why then, should language learning be any different? The good news is, of course, that …CONTINUE READING

Málaga! A beautiful paradise in Andalusia, in the South of Spain! It lies on the Costa del Sol of the Mediterranean and enjoys a subtropical-Mediterranean climate. No doubt, it would be a great setting while you study Spanish in Spain. But if you still need a little more convincing, read on: 1. Weather This one is a no-brainer. Málaga is known for its amazing weather all year long. Its “winters” see average temperature that run between 7-17 degrees Celsius (45 -63 degrees Fahrenheit). And perhaps even more appealing than the temperature …CONTINUE READING

Once you’ve made up your mind to study Spanish in Spain, figuring out when you would make the trip can be a little tricky. Most all Spanish language Schools in Spain have Spanish language courses almost all year round. Depending on what your language goals are, you may have to make a decision between studying on the on-season, during the academic year, or the off season, during the vacation period i.e. summertime – June, July, August. For those of you who do not have much of a choice in terms …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

Great news for students abroad It’s official: Spain is still very cheap. On January 20, 2013, The Sunday Times released the British Post Office Holiday Money report, tipping travellers about Spain’s Costa del Sol and Sri Lanka being the world’s cheapest destinations for 2013. The study was based on accommodation, dining out, shopping and the price of a cup of coffee, amongst several other items. The Spanish news site 20minutes.es had also previously revealed 2012 studies by TripAdvisor, Trivago and Low Cost Holidays, citing Spain to have prices around 40% …CONTINUE READING

Before you go about choosing your Spanish language course in Spain, it would help to identify exactly what your Spanish language needs and goals are. This way, you would be in a better position to make the right choice of course and school; with a program that will satisfy exactly what it is that you are looking to get out of studying Spanish in Spain. Before making any concrete decisions, consider asking yourself the following five questions: Why do I want to Learn Spanish? The first and most important question which is the …CONTINUE READING

Being able to study Spanish in Spain should be a wonderful opportunity and an enriching experience. Sure, it should be. But depending on your general comportment, your time in Spain could prove to be less rewarding than it ordinarily should be. It would be a right shame to leave at the end of your stay feeling like you could have done more to benefit from the Spanish setting. Prefer to avoid an inner disappointment riddled with shoulda, woulda, coulda’s..? Then here is a short list of five things that it …CONTINUE READING

Campus life in Spain is exhilarating! Think about thousands of students from around the world, fine academic institutions set in historic grounds, and being surrounded by a passionate, exotic culture… as well as brand new sights, sounds, tastes and experiences. All the while becoming more and more fluent in Spanish. Studying Spanish at one of Spain’s excellent universities is a great way to obtain a high quality language education, create international networks with peers and get actively involved in Hispanic student life. Many universities in Spain have excellent language programs, …CONTINUE READING

If you are a little frustrated with grammar drills and vocabulary exercises then this article will show you the way to improve your Spanish in a fun way! One of the main deal-breaking advantages of studying Spanish in Spain is just that, the fact that you have the privilege to be in Spain for a couple of months! This is what is known as, “Total Immersion.” You get to take dynamic Spanish language classes at your school and once you exit the building you find yourself in yet another classroom; Spain – …CONTINUE READING

Online payments can cause us uncertainty. How do I pay? Are my money and my credit card details safe? When will I get a booking confirmation? This article will give you a clear answer to all your questions regarding internet bookings and payments done on UniSpain’s website.   Before payment Before you pay for a UniSpain course, you should choose your destination and school very carefully. We would suggest you try the UniSpain Course Finder and School Comparison Tool to help you decide, if you haven’t yet made your choice. …CONTINUE READING