Linc - Seville, Spain
The Spanish school is in the center of Seville’s business district in a lively pedestrian area lined with shops and cafés. It occupies a three-story, traditional Seville-style building that is recently restored and furnished with modern facilities: air-conditioning, library, multi-media room, and computers for free access to the Internet.
Andalusia is Spain’s southernmost and second largest ‘Autonomous Community’, with Seville as its capital. Its rich artistic, cultural and geographical heritage makes it a first class tourist destination. Kilometres of immaculate beaches, mountain ranges, national parks, and winter resorts await you. Enjoy Andalusia's fascinating historic capital, with its monuments, flamenco festivals, theatre, opera and sports events. Seville is one of the most visited destinations in Spain.
Over 300 days of sun a year and a mild climate allow you to enjoy the city's parks and outdoor cafés all year round. Seville's exciting nightlife, from the world-famous tapas to modern discos and clubs (do they ever close?).
With two universities and a large student community, there is always something going on!
It's the most effective way to learn in a Spanish-speaking environment, especially as Sevillanos are well-known for their open and friendly manner!
WHY STUDY AT SEVILLE, SPAIN?
The school has a modern Spanish language school in Spain that provides real personal attention in smaller class sizes. This helps you study more closely and learn Spanish faster during your language course in Seville.
When you learn Spanish in Seville you can expect the same personal attention you get in your Spanish course to also be available in the language school. The staff knows all our learners by name and assist you at all levels of your Spanish language course in Seville, including tourism and accommodation support.
The school takes pride in the personal, friendly, and professional ethic of our Spanish language school because it helps you succeed at Spanish while having more fun.
SPANISH COURSE & CULTURE IN SEVILLE
The school offers intensive courses at all levels, as well as Professional Spanish for Business, Medicine, and Tourism.The maximum capacity of the school is 60 students. Morning classes are limited to a maximum of 10 students, with an average of six to eight per group.
The school offers teaching excellence in all Spanish courses. The Spanish School language courses are accredited by the prestigious Instituto Cervantes and the CEELE, and are designed to meet your specific Spanish language learning needs, even if you are starting with a beginner Spanish course. The school offers eight unique language courses to make your learning of Spanish more varied and interesting for you in Spain. All the teachers are university graduates and specifically trained and qualified to teach the Spanish language in Spain for the range of Spanish courses.
The Director of Studies and all the teachers are university graduates with many years of experience and specific training in teaching
Culture in Seville:
Fun is also on the program at the Spanish School.
Learn Spanish at in Seville, Spain, and get deeper into Spanish culture by discovering the magic of our amazing city, capital of Andalusia! There is more to it than just language courses. The school also organises cultural/leisure activities twice per week, as well as parties, exchange programs, and weekend tours.
WHAT YOU GET WITH YOUR SPANISH COURSE
The school provides you with a lot more than just top-quality Spanish courses. They also provide assistance and support at all levels of your stay and bring you closer to Spanish culture with our weekly activities.
The program course provides:
* Friendly and personal, full student support before you come and while you are here.
* 8 Bright, spacious, air-conditioned classrooms (maximum of 10 students in any regular class).
* Convenient airport transfer (€30).
* Highly trained and qualified Spanish language teachers.
* A free introductory breakfast on the first Monday of every month for all students.
* Two free organised cultural activities per week (normally Tuesdays and Thursdays, in the afternoon).
* Two evening social outings per month.
* Free Spanish films shown on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays to help develop listening skills and a cultural appreciation of Spanish cinema.
* Tourist information before and during your visit.
* Booking of travel excursions with third-party companies.
* Accommodation booking.
* Free Internet and computer use (with WiFi).
* Free library use.