Long term Spanish courses in Spain
Learn Spanish from scratch, while living in Sevilla, Spain for an extended period of time!
Program Dates
Beginner (A1) to Intermediate (B1) level of Spanish

Long-term Spanish courses in Spain

long-term Spanish courses in Sevilla, Spain

Do you want to learn Spanish from scratch, while living in Sevilla, Spain for an extended period of time? Our long-term Spanish courses in Spain for beginners and intermediate level students (A1-B1 level) are perfect for you! During this program, you will improve your Spanish with other participants from all over the world.

Our long-term Spanish courses in Spain are ideal for students who want to apply to a university in Spain, who need to get a good level of Spanish for their career, who want to spend a gap year in Spain, or who simply want to enjoy Spanish life and culture for several months.

Our long-term Spanish courses take place in the beautiful Andalusian capital of Sevilla. After your morning Spanish classes in the historic heart of the old town, you will have all the time you want to explore the charms of Sevilla and soak up the sun and Sevillian life. You will also have many opportunities to practice your Spanish with the locals by participating in the extra activities offered by Centro MundoLengua.

Before your program, Centro MundoLengua will be at your disposal to help you with the student visa should you need one. Your journey starts here!


Our long-term Spanish courses in Spain are available for beginner and intermediate students (A1-B1 level of Spanish)

Develop your language skills in Spanish, become a confident Spanish speaker and get a good understanding of Spanish life and culture!
Study abroad in Sevilla, Spain
Explore the dynamic city of Sevilla, the capital of Andalusia—the sundrenched, history-rich, and culturally vibrant southern region of Spain!
Customized programs in Spain
Our long-term Spanish courses in Spain meet the requirements to apply for a student visa in Spain
24 hour assistance - study abroad in Spain
Centro MundoLengua provides help with your student visa + 24-7 assistance and support in case of any emergency!

Enhance your program by adding cultural visits and activities to familiarize yourself with the Spanish culture


In Sevilla, you will be able to immerse yourself in the city’s lively downtown streets, where you’ll see horse-drawn carriages rolling alongside modern cars, and where street vendors display their wares on the sidewalk between a breathtaking gothic cathedral and a seemingly endless series of modern shops and restaurants. Here in one of the most popular tourist destinations in all of Spain, you will be able to enjoy flamenco street performances, Moorish and Gothic architecture, traditional Spanish cafes, trendy boutiques, and much more.
With 2,200 years of history, Sevilla’s three UNESCO World Heritage Sites, ten palaces, and countless other attractions draw visitors from around the world. As you explore the city’s winding, cobblestone streets shaded by beautiful buildings with charming, flower-filled balconies, you’ll find peaceful squares with fountains lit by antique street lamps, fragrant orange trees lining the sidewalks, and tranquil gardens tucked away behind bustling markets.

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Barrio de Santa Cruz

Situated just a three-minute walk from Centro MundoLengua’s classrooms, this historic neighborhood is full of narrow, winding, cobblestone streets that weave through enchanting old buildings and orange tree-dotted plazas, where you will find charming little shops selling handicrafts, ceramics, tea, and other local goods. Also known as the Old Jewish Quarter, the neighborhood used to be the part of the city where Sevilla’s Jewish inhabitants lived. Today, it’s the perfect place to walk around, soak up the ambiance, and feel like you’ve stepped back in time!

The Sevilla Cathedral

Dating back to the 12th century, this magnificent building is the largest Gothic cathedral in the world, the burial site of Christopher Columbus, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Situated right in the heart of Sevilla’s historic city center, it’s just a five-minute walk from Centro MundoLengua’s classrooms. Inside, you will find a massive nave (or central hall) that’s lined with 80 side chapels, featuring a variety of artwork, tombs, carvings, and altarpieces.

The Giralda

Soaring more than 340 feet above Sevilla’s historic district, this dramatic bell tower is one of the city’s most iconic landmarks. It was originally built as a minaret near the end of the 12th century, as part of the immense mosque on which the Sevilla Cathedral was built. From the top of the tower, you can enjoy breathtaking views of the city below.

The Royal Alcázar

Dating back to the 14th century, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is both a majestic palace and a fairy tale-like complex of royal gardens. In the palace, you will see one of the world’s finest examples of Mudéjar-style architecture, which combines Moorish and Renaissance-era influences. In the gardens, you can stroll through a peaceful array of courtyards, fountains, pools, and paths lined with orange trees, flowers, and hedges—along with the occasional peacock!

The Plaza de España

Providing a picturesque filming location for one of the Star Wars movies, this massive, semi-circular, palace-like building is surrounded by a wide-open plaza, a spectacular fountain, and a scenic canal that is spanned by arched bridges and traversed by rowboats. Right next to the Plaza, you will also find Parque de María Luisa—a 100-acre park that features beautiful gardens, elegant fountains, horse-drawn carriages, and peaceful ponds that are home to a variety of birds.

Metropol Parasol

Built atop an underground archeological site that preserves the ruins of an ancient Roman settlement, this modern landmark is the largest wooden structure in the entire world. Because of its uncanny resemblance to a bunch of giant mushrooms, the structure is also known as Las Setas de Sevilla (the Mushrooms of Sevilla). After seeing the underground ruins, you can visit the top of the structure, where you’ll enjoy breathtaking, panoramic views of the surrounding city.

Other attractions

Yet Sevilla has so much more to offer. Spain’s fourth largest city has an almost endless amount of attractions, including:

  • Torre del Oro; a 13th century tower on the banks of the river that glows gold in the early evening light.
  • Archivo de Indias; another of Sevilla’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites, where some of the country’s most important historical archives and documents are guarded.
  • Palacio de las Dueñas; this 15th century palace combines both Gothic and Moorish architectural styles in a way that is extremely striking, particularly thanks to its external façade covered in flowers. The palace is also the birthplace of famed Spanish poet Antonio Machado.
  • Plaza de Toros; the “cathedral of bullfighting” is one of Spain’s most legendary bullrings.
  • A huge amount of fantastic museums; the Flamenco Museum, the Archeological Museum of Sevilla, the Museum of Popular Arts and Traditions and the Sevilla Museum of Fine Arts.

Spanish level test

We encourage anybody considering this program to take our Spanish level test so we can check your existing level of Spanish.


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long-term Spanish courses in Spain


  • Our long-term Spanish courses in Spain are designed for students who wish to spend 12 weeks abroad learning Spanish.
  • Our long-term Spanish courses in Spain are available for students with A1 to B1 level of Spanish.
  • Our courses are built around a program of 25 lessons to work on the 4 essential skills (oral and written comprehension, oral and written expression).
  • Our courses contains 5 individual lessons per day, each one lasting for 45 minutes, from Monday to Friday (3.45 hours of class per day).


  • Our school in Sevilla, Spain, is accredited by Instituto Cervantes, the only international accreditation body that is dedicated exclusively to entities that teach Spanish as a foreign language.
  • Classes are taught exclusively in Spanish for the duration of the program.
  • All of our native Spanish teachers are qualified and highly experienced in teaching Spanish as a foreign language.
  • Small class size of between 4 and 10 students and modern facilities in the center of Sevilla provide the best environment to learn Spanish.

View over the cathedral of Sevilla

Spanish immersion

  • For a total Spanish immersion, you can choose to live with one of our excellent, carefully selected Spanish host families! It is the ideal way to learn more about Spanish culture. The homestay accommodation is an additional extra that can be added to your program package if you desire.
  • Many optional cultural activities and visits that complement your Spanish classes can be included as additional items in your program!
  • You will have plenty of free time to spend with your new international friends, soaking up the Spanish culture in one of Spain’s most visited destinations, famous for the tapas, the Feria de Abril, Flamenco, and many more well-rooted traditions.

Help with the student visa and 24-hour assistance

  • Our long-term Spanish courses in Spain meet the requirements to apply for a student visa in Spain.
  • If you are not from the European Union, we will help you obtain your student visa for the duration of your Spanish course! We will prepare for you the invitation letter you will need to present to the Spanish embassy.
  • Once you are in Sevilla, we will give you advice in obtaining the N.I.E (Identification Number for foreigner residents in Spain) should you need help!
  • Going abroad for a long time -away from your family and friends- can be very daunting! This is why we are available for you 24 hours a day in case of emergency.

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.


Long-term Spanish courses (12 weeks)


Jan 8th - March 29th, 2024

Jan 8th – March 29th, 2024
(no classes March 28 – 29)


A1, A2, B1


  • Deposit : Today
  • Final payment : May 26, 2024


Long-term Spanish courses (12 weeks)


Sep 30th - Dec 20th, 2024

Sept 30th – Dec 20th, 2024
(no classes Oct 12, Nov 1, Dec 6 & 9)


A1, A2, B1


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  • Deposit : Today
  • Final payment : August 05, 2024

What’s Included?

Pre-departure consultation - study abroad in Spain
Pre-departure advice and consultation + invitation letter should you need it

5 classes per day (45 minutes each). A total of 3.75 hours of Spanish classes per day
Class materials - study abroad in Spain
Class materials
Spanish certificate - study abroad in Spain
Official certificate that acknowledges your completion of the program
24 hour assistance - study abroad in Spain
24-hour assistance for the duration of the program
Family homestays
Optional package add-on of accommodation and full board with a homestay family
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Optional package add-on of a program of social, cultural and recreational activities
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Optional package add-on of transfer to and from Sevilla airport

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