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Cadiz - what's all the hype about? The secret is out! Cadiz has been recognized by “The New York Times” as a top place to visit in 2019. For those who have already experienced the beauty of this enchanting city in Southern Spain, it’s no surprise!...

This summer, we were thrilled to offer family Spanish classes in our language school for the first time ever! Katie and her sister Debbie enrolled their families in Spanish classes with Centro MundoLengua. Read on to learn about their experience in Seville!   Who are you here...

Centro Mundolengua offers a one-of-a-kind study abroad experience and cultural immersion programs in Spain. In addition to cultural excursions, high-quality education, and premium safety services, Centro Mundolengua also places each student with a Spanish host family for an authentic homestay experience. Don’t worry, parents, we have...

A glance into the visit with our colleagues from Switzerland Earlier in October, we had the opportunity to welcome the ASPE (Swiss Association of Spanish Professors) into our Spanish language school located right in the heart of Seville’s historic center. After enjoying tapas during our reception...

A student shares her impactful study abroad experience that hit all the right notes Study abroad programs vary greatly… some are more academic, others focus on a purely social aspect, some are completely independent, others plan every action of every day to the minute, some thrust...

In my last blog I mentioned key ingredients in a lot of Spanish food, but in this blog, I get to brag about my favorite Spanish dishes! To all my family and friends reading this, you're probably laughing right now just because you know of my...

There’s nothing more exciting than traveling the world! It’s a great way to experience different cultures and languages. However, there’s nothing more frustrating than being unable to communicate, even at a very basic level. Before coming to Spain, I had studied Spanish for 6 years…..6...

Learning another language abroad is one of the best things you can do for yourself. To be honest, the place or the language is far less important than the act of going abroad and learning to speak like the locals. Whether you’re learning Icelandic in...

“My dream is to travel the world.” Almost everyone I know has said some variant of this sentence at some point. Because I’ve spent the last year of my life living in Barcelona for graduate school, I’ve been incredibly fortunate when it comes to that whole...

Seville, is known for being a bastion of culture not just in the south but in Spain as a whole, and thus, we wasted no time in throwing our semester students into the local way of life head-first. We chose to introduce our American visitors to...

Since August of 2014, I have been fortunate enough to be able to travel to Spain three times and spend roughly 8 months of the past two years here; thanks Mom and Dad. Throughout my time here I have gained an immeasurable amount of knowledge...

Seville is home to many beautiful buildings and styles of architecture. Due to the long history or conquest in Seville, the city bears many different architectural styles, one of the most prominent being from the Moors. This can be seen most prominently in the palace...

This week we were fortunate enough to welcome our newest group of study abroad students from The Shipley School in Pennsylvania to Seville. Although they have only been here for less than week, the students have already been able to experience the vast amount of...

One of the best parts about studying abroad is that not only does it give the experience of living somewhere new in an entirely different culture, but it also gives you the opportunity to visit a multitude of places that you hadn´t been to before....

Within the country of Spain there are a variety of different cultural influences that can be noted depending on where you go and what you see. Yesterday our students were able to experience great pieces of culture within Seville that emanate from both the Spanish...

As our students from Charlotte Latin School and Riverwood High School have begun to settle into their study abroad experience, they have also come across their first big cultural change by living with a Spanish family. All of our students spend their time in Spain...

Thanksgiving! One of the hardest parts about studying in Seville for the fall semester is “missing out” on family time during a holiday that celebrates togetherness. At Centro Mundolengua, the program includes a Thanksgiving dinner, so at least you won’t feel like you are totally...

At Centro Mundolengua we had the pleasure to host students from The American School of Moscow. It’s hard not to enjoy studying abroad in Seville with its endless sunny days, tapas, siestas, and the overall laid back culture. Students had the opportunity to experience Spanish...

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