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  Why struggle finding an internship? Do a Summer Study Abroad in Spain instead! It’s becoming the norm to find an internship for the summer, it’s one of the best ways to improve your resume right? However, as both demand and competition for those spots rise, it’s...

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...

Centro MundoLengua regularly offers preparation courses for the DELE exams. Offered by the Cervantes Institute, DELE (Diploma de Español como Lengua Extranjera) allows individuals who are learning Spanish as a foreign language  to take an exam at their level of proficiency. The benefits of being...

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...

Learning Spanish with only an English background can seem like a difficult endeavor at first. Any new language is a big first step and each language has its own oddities and differences, but the language differences between English and Spanish are particularly clear when first learning Spanish. It quickly becomes clear that...

Jordan Drummonds, a student in our spring study abroad group, wrote this amazing blog post about Centro Mundolengua´s recent Barcelona trip. Our Sevilla group recently made the trip up to Northern Spain to see what the heart of Catalonia had to offer. Barcelona has new...

Simply put, Spanish is a great language. It can be used to communicate with hundreds of millions of people around the world, both as a first and second language. In fact, research has shown that over 20 million people are studying Spanish as a second...

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...

Not long ago, I wrote a post about Spanish words that English needs. People currently studying abroad here in Sevilla told me about how they found the post interesting. Many of the students have learned about the subtle differences in language while studying abroad. I...

Introduction Last weekend, almost all of our spring study abroad group packed their bags and left for Morocco as part of a planned Centro Mundolengua trip. For almost everyone, Africa was an uncharted land despite its proximity to the south of Spain. In just a few short...

“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...

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...

When I first signed up to come to Seville as an individual, I was nervous about going alone to a country where I knew no one. What would I doif I got lost? Or if I lost my luggage? Or my phone or wallet or...

Every city has many experiences to offer, all of which are new and exciting for tourists. It is impossible, however, to fit everything into one trip, right? Two weeks ago, I would have said no one could get to know a city in two weeks,...

Today marks the last day for the students that are studying abroad for our Pre-AP Spanish Program. Therefore, we had to make sure to end their time abroad on a high note! After finishing class yesterday the students were treated to an afternoon in Isla...

Today was IS a day of firsts. It was my first time flying to a different country alone, exploring a city completely unknown to me, accidentally eating meat for the first time (sorry mom), and most importantly my first endeavour in attempting to condense my thoughts,...

This week is a more solemn and sad one as compared to the past two, due to the lack of noise that general fills the office during our days at Centro MundoLengua. This is because we had to say goodbye to four groups of our...

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...

The Spanish Language shows an extraordinary wealth of words, expressions, saying, and phrases. Like with any language, there are many colloquial terms used in different communities, providences, cities, or even neighborhoods. Today we´re going to discover the favorite Andalusian expressions of the Centro MundoLengua team....

Studying for two weeks in Cadiz with Centro Mundolengua is probably the best thing I have experienced in my life. I can honestly say those two weeks felt like a dream and I feel so lucky and fortunate to have been able to be a...

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