Program Details

Study Spanish for academic credit, optionally add an internship in your field. True Spanish language immersion for all levels.
A Coruna, Spain
Program Type:
Intern Abroad
Degree Level:
Work Types:
Animal Sciences, Arts & Architecture, Business, Computer Science, Education, Engineering, Fashion, Hospitality, Journalism, Law, Medical, Psychology, Sciences & Environment, Social Sciences

Program Overview

Program Description:

This study abroad and internship program offers a unique opportunity to experience authentic Spain, away from the crowds of tourists, in coastal A Coruña, Spain! You will find yourself fully immersed in the Spanish language and culture, living and interacting with Spanish speakers daily. You have the option to take Spanish language classes (according to your level) for academic credit at the Universidade Da Coruña with native Spanish speaking professors, intern at local companies/organizations, or do both over a 5 week or 10 week stay.

Class Options:

•Spanish (beginner to native speakers)

• Professional Business Spanish (intermediate to native speakers)

•Intern with a Spanish Company Internships in a wide variety of fields

A Coruña is one of the best cities in Spain to learn Spanish as it allows for complete immersion in the language. You will be fully immersed in the language and culture and have the opportunity to experience non-touristy Spain. In more popular study abroad destinations, like Barcelona, Granada, Sevilla or Madrid, there are many English speakers which can make learning Spanish more difficult.

Setting Description:
A Coruña is a breathtaking coastal city in the lush region of Galicia offering beautiful beaches, delicious tapas bars, fresh seafood, and great nightlife! There is a convenient train station and airport in A Coruña, making travel within Spain and throughout Europe easy and affordable.
3995 USD. 5 weeks or 10 weeks

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