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A short overview of what Christmas in Spain is like Depending on where you’re from, the festive December period in your country may be much different to your typical Christmas in Spain. For example, you’d expect the Spaniards to have Christmas dinner on the 25th like...

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...

Whether you're exploring the city, taking a semester abroad, or enjoying a family vacation, Seville has something for everyone! Many people look forward to immersing themselves in the vibrant and exciting Sevillana culture, but where do you even start?! To make sure you don't miss...

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...

A glimpse at the first weeks of two roommates living with a Spanish family and studying abroad in Spain Want to study abroad in Spain? Curious about what it’s like to live with a Spanish family? Unsure of the transition into Spanish life or how you...

For those of you who have been keeping up with my blogs, I'm sure you've noticed the close relationship I've developed with my Spanish host family. After being here a glorious 7 months, my time here in Spain is quickly coming to an end. Unfortunately,...

One thing I didn't take into account before studying abroad was the fact that I would be in the city. Well, what I mean is that it didn't occur to me that I would have to rely on public transportation as a way to get around the city...

Melissa is a Spanish professor at Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, Georgia. Although she has been to Spain several times before, this is the first year she brought a group of students to Seville for an academic program through Centro Mundolengua. Programs through Mundolengua...

1.Even in the summer, it still gets chilly The first mistake to which I became cognizant upon while studying abroad in Cadiz five years ago was that I had not brought a jacket with me. Surely, I would learn from that experience and bring warm clothes...

Being a study abroad student is such an eye-opening experience. I came to Spain ready to learn the ins and outs of Seville. As any traveler would do, I made sure to read-up on key facts before arriving in order to have a head start...

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...

English is a great language to know. One can travel all around the world and communicate with people in this international language. For hundreds of millions of us, English is our first language that we use to express our thoughts and feelings to other people....

Before I had the opportunity to study abroad, I visited Europe exactly one time. I was twelve years old and had little concept of the foreign land as I walked the streets of Paris and Nice with my Dad and grandparents. I remember very little...

Right from the off, our students from the Anglo-American School in Moscow have had an action-packed week. On their first day in Seville they were treated to an extensive tour and orientation where they were acquainted with the many pretty sites which make this city...

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...

Have you ever wanted to have breakfast with an exclusive view of some of Seville’s prettiest buildings? Our college students (who are here for a semester), on the study abroad program, were treated to such an opportunity on the terrace of Hotel Palacio Alcázar. The...

Sevilla or Seville is an absolutely beautiful, historic, lively city. I studied abroad there for my Spring Semester this year. While abroad I learned that one of my favorite things to do was to explore new cities. I explored cities around Europe such as Paris, Lisbon,...

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,...

Want to spend a summer studying abroad by the beach, learn a new language and travel? If so, Centro MundoLengua’s three month summer program in Cadiz, Spain is perfect for you!! We got a chance to interview one of our students Sara Maggiore about her...

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