Enjoy Spanish culture firsthand all while pursuing your professional development
Program Dates
June 16 - 29, 2024
June 23 - 29, 2024
New and experienced
AP® Spanish teachers

AP® Spanish APSI in Sevilla, Spain —Literature and Culture

AP Teachers Training

There really is no limit to how far great teachers can go to prepare for the upcoming academic year. But with finite resources and limited time, the best opportunities must be selected in order to truly prepare your curricula effectively to benefit your students’ learning process. For your upcoming AP® Spanish Literature and Culture course, why would you choose anything less than the best?

We are Centro MundoLengua, the only private language school in Spain offering AP® Spanish Literature and Culture teacher-training programs accredited by the College Board®. Spanish teachers participating in our AP® Spanish Literature and Culture program receive the best training right here in Seville; Andalusia’s capital, and the very best place for a Spanish Literature and Culture workshop. Immersion in the Spanish culture and language during the program guarantees an effective training experience for teachers that helps bring their Spanish literature classes to life in a way that is impossible in the USA and other parts of the world. And with varied stipends and financial incentives available for participants, Centro MundoLengua’s AP® Spanish Literature and Culture workshops are the best way to prepare for the new academic year!


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Full accreditation from College Board®, meaning that our AP® Spanish Literature and Culture program is the only one of its kind in Spain.
Customized programs in Spain
Program content that corresponds directly to the AP® curriculum of the year in question, including accounting for any changes from the previous academic year.

Financial incentives such as stipends for Spanish teachers who choose to travel with their students for the program.
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The chance to network with other AP® level Spanish teachers throughout the program as well as learning from their best practices.

A program of social and cultural activities in Spain designed to create a solid foundation of understanding of contemporary Spanish culture.

The workshop is led by world-class instructors in the field of language education.


Located on the banks of the Guadalquivir River, Sevilla is the capital of Andalusia, Spain’s most populous region. Sevilla stands thanks primarily to its bold cultural identity. Andalusia is the region whose traditions are most synonymous with Spain on an international level, and Sevilla is the spiritual home for many of these traditions. Flamenco music, equestrian schools and horse riding, la Feria, the tapas dining concept, Sevillanas dancing and, for right or for wrong, bullfighting customs are all most prominent among the city’s winding alleyways, cobbled streets, Arabic gardens, Catholic cathedral, shaded plazas and towering bridges. Sevilla has no trouble charming tourists, professionals, writers, politicians, artists and even a Hollywood movie director or two. As you walk around this culturally vibrant, hassle and bassle city, themes common to Spanish literature will inevitably manifest themselves in every sight you see and around every corner you turn. Given Sevilla’s central role in the preserving Spanish culture and traditions, there really is no better place for an AP® Spanish Literature and Culture workshop than here!

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The Sevilla Cathedral

The largest Gothic cathedral in the entire world. A giant central nave and 80 side chapels facing it impress visitors on the inside as much as the outside. Constructued in the 12th century, the Cathedral holds an impressive collection of religious artwork, iconography, carvings and features that provides its UNESCO World Heritage Site status.

The Giralda

Adjoining the side of the cathedral is La Giralda. Originally a minaret that formed part of the Moorish mosque prior to the Catholic reconquest in the 12th century, was converted into a bell tower by the Castilians. All together become La Giralada in the single most iconic image of Sevilla. It can be seen from all over the city, and if you manage to climb to the top of this 340 feet high tower, some of the best views of the city and surrounding area are your reward.

The Royal Alcázar

Mudéjar world-famous architectural style elegantly fuses Christian design and Muslim / Jewish craftsmanship. Closely associated with Andalusia, the Real Alcázar, a 14th century palace located in the city center, contains the finest and purest elements of Mudéjar work in the entire world.

Barrio de Santa Cruz

The Barrio de Santa Cruz known as the “Old Jewish Quarter” is possibly the most mysterious neighbourhood in all of Sevilla. This cobbled-streets labyrinth, narrow alleyways and towering stone buildings have a strange way of keeping the rest of the modern world outside. And as you wander the winding streets of Santa Cruz you may well feel yourself stepping back in time…

The Plaza de España

This semi-circular structure sits directly opposite the charming Parque de María Luisa. Built as recently as 1928, Plaza de España has become of the Sevilla’s most popular locations. Arching fountain, elegant bridges, elegant moat and cavernous archways, colorful tiled porticos.

Metropol Parasol

Another location that’s great for photo enthusiasts is the Metropol Parasol, more commonly known by locals as “Las Setas”. The strcuture, resembling to a giant mushroom, is a single largest wooden structure in the entire world. To top of it all, sits on top of the city’s ancient Roman ruins (that are still accessible to visitors), but as the sun begins to set, you’ll want to climb to the top of the Metropol Parasol in order to enjoy some of the finest nighttime views of the whole city.


AP Spanish literature workshop with Maritza Sloan


  • Our AP® Spanish Literature and Culture program follows the latest curricula and guidelines set by the College Board®, therefore participants always receive the very best training in preparation for the course.
  • Our AP® Spanish Literature and Culture programs in Madrid are the only ones in this category in Spain that are acknowledged by College Board®.
  • The training is conducted by leading instructors in their specific field with a keen understanding of teacher-training – as well as a large amount of practical experience in AP® courses and exams.
  • Program participants also have the chance to earn additional graduate credits from the University of California at Riverside, in addition to an AP® teacher certificate from the College Board®.

Spanish teacher training in Seville


Participants in our AP® Spanish Literature and Culture program will enjoy in a wide variety of extra-curricular activities organized by Centro MundoLengua during the program – as well as College Board® accredited training. These social and cultural activities are deliberately selected in order to give program participants opportunities to socialize with other participating Spanish teachers, to feel more comfortable in their new surroundings and to provide further immersion into Spanish society. Experiences that give teachers a greater cultural context really allow Spanish literature to come to life, which in turn only provides further benefit to the teaching process during the AP® course. The activities can include (but are not limited to);

  • Guided tours and visits to some of Sevilla’s most significant sites and landmarks.
  • Visits to some of Sevilla’s most notable museums.
  • Exploration of the delights of the Spanish cuisine – one of the most famous in the world – with tapas dinners together with the rest of the group.

AP Spanish literature courses for teachers and students


  • We at Centro MundoLengua understand that Spanish teachers can sometimes struggle to fund their participation in these types of programs. This is why we offer financial benefits and rewards for teachers who would like to undertake our programs.
  • The teachers who travel to Spain with a group of students in order to attend the AP® Spanish Literature and Culture program while their students participate in other programs are eligible for our rewards and benefits.
  • The larger the group you travel with, the greater the reward. Travelling with 6 students earns you free participation in the workshop, and travelling with 10 students will earn you an additional $800 stipend – along with free participation in the program.
  • Additional stipends and benefits can be rewarded to participating teachers who travel with even larger student groups. Please get in touch for more details.

Dates and Fees

The total will be divided in 1 deposit due today and 1 final payment. The final payment will be due 8 weeks prior to the program start date.


AP Spanish Literature and Culture
Seville, Spain


June 16th - 29th, 2024


New and experienced
AP Spanish Teachers




AP Spanish Literature and Culture
Seville, Spain


June 23rd - 29th, 2024


New and experienced
AP Spanish Teachers



What’s Included?

Pre-departure consultation - study abroad in Spain
Pre-departure advice and consultation

30 hours of class
Class materials - study abroad in Spain
Full class materials
Spanish certificate - study abroad in Spain
Official certificate and recognition from College Board® for completion of this program
Social activities in Spain
A program of cultural tours and activities
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Transfer to and from Seville airport if you travel with your students
Customized programs in Spain
Opportunity to earn additional recognized Graduate Credits from the University of California at Riverside for completion of the workshop (at an extra cost)
24 hour assistance - study abroad in Spain
24 hour assistance in case of emergency

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