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Why study in Spain

Why study in Spain

A recent publication at EL PAIS (follow the link to the original article) talks about why Spain has become an ideal academic destination for Central and South American students. Apart from sharing the same language, other reasons apply: The more and more specialized...

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Memories of former students

Memories of former students

No way I can forget these kids. They studied in Barcelona in 2002 through API, and I'm sure each of them has a story of how going abroad changed their lives in some ways. They could tell you about meeting Spaniards, improving their Spanish dramatically, finding the...

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Stereotypes and Culture Shock

Stereotypes and Culture Shock

No, in Spain we don't drink sangria, eat paella or sleep "la siesta" everyday… Breaking stereotypes and dealing with culture shock A lot has been written about Culture Shock and how to help students face it. It’s a topic that is frequently present in the first days,...

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Educational System in Spain

Educational System in Spain

Welcome to the University system in Spain: what you can and can't study International students that want to join a regular course at any public or private university in Spain need to be aware of something that may at first sound obvious… Classes are held in Spanish,...

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Student VS tourist

Student VS tourist

Why does everybody try to answer me in English when I'm trying to improve my Spanish??? Living in Spain as a student VS being a tourist Resource: ¿Qué pinto yo aquí?; de John Julius Reel Sevilla is, undoubtly, a touristic city, and that is one of the reasons why it...

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Amalia Herencia Grillo

Phone: (+34) 670 445 406
Email: amalia@intercultural-school.org