The real answer to this question is ANYONE who has a desire to learn a new language or to improve their
current language skills. To better help you in your language travel planning, see the list of programs for each group below.
Seniors & Retirees
Spend a few weeks or a few months in an exotic country not just traveling, but learning the language and culture.
It's also a good way to test the waters of a possible retirement destination. Check out AmeriSpan's recommendations for
the Best Language Programs for Seniors and Retirees.
College and Graduate Students - Receive a year's worth of academic credit for as little as one month of study or a semester of credit for 2 weeks of study. Learn a skill that will put you ahead in the job market. Find out how to receive Academic Credit while participating in an AmeriSpan Spanish immersion program.
Teen Students - during the summer we offer a variety of programs for teenagers. Many of these programs are similar in nature to the standard programs offered to adults, however supervision is provided by selected host families and the school staff in the form of a curfew and permission by legal guardian to grant or deny independent weekend travel. For younger teens we offer the option of highly supervised summer camp programs in Spain.
Pre-Med, Medical, and Nursing Students - we offer SALUD Medical Spanish programs which are inspired by AMSA. These programs give participants the opportunity to learn Spanish medical terminology while learning about another country's medical system.
AmeriSpan organizes Groups Programs of all sizes. Teachers can take a group of students or colleagues to any
of our destinations. The organizing teacher will travel for free if they have a group of at least 15 students.
We offer many programs for professional development programs whether you are in the workforce or contemplating a
new career. These programs are designed so that your language skills progress while you receive some training
related to your profession.
For the independent traveler looking to work hands on with the local culture.
Adventure travel for the brain and tongue! Truly get to know a country, its people and the way of life there.