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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...

Tips on what to pack and how to pack for Europe from an experienced international traveler and pro packer When packing for Europe (or any international destination), the number one packing rule is to “pack light”. It’s a simple concept but can be very difficult to...

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...

Centro Mundolengua – Social Awareness Campaigns A teacher of mine at my university once said that he never wanted students’ classwork to be meaningless. His goal was to create a class structure where the work would live after the students submitted projects and assignments. He did...

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...

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...

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....

“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...

After a glance at the last year and a half of my life, one might say that I’m not on a “typical American” path. After an amazing summer study abroad experience in Cádiz, Spain during the summer before my junior year of college, I decided...

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...

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...

When studying abroad in new city it is imperative that you get to know the surrounding area so that you don´t get lost and so that you can enjoy yourself to the maximum degree; this is especially important when moving to a city that speaks...

Studying abroad in Southern Spain means that within a couple hours you have multiple cities at your fingertips. This weekend multiple groups got the chance to travel from Cadiz to explore one of Spain’s oldest cities, Granada. Full of rich culture and history, Granada is...

Are you following this year’s Euro Copa? Centro Mundo Lengua sure is!!! Soccer (fútbol) is one of the most popular sports around the world and especially in Spain. It is the national sport of Spain and through its massive popularity within the country, it has gained...

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