Teen Program in Sevilla, Spain
Sevilla Teen ProgramAs an old tourism promotion campaing said: "Spain is Different"
From its dazzling beaches to its ancient castles, Spain is a country as diverse as the cultures which have influenced its art, architecture, music and lifestyle. It is a land where cathedrals, roman ruins and arabic kashbas are interspersed with skyscrapers, where modern rock mixes with flamenco guitar, and night clubs compete with cozy "tapas" bars.
The more you travel through Spain, the more you get the differences between regions, you will realize how many Spains there are. From hot, dry, home of bullfigting and flamenco Andalucia, to fertile Cataluña, to the mainland Castilla to the mediterranean coast of Levante facing the laving on the Mediterranean sea.
Spain offers some of the world's most famous museums, resorts, and festivals, making it a unique and enchanting destination.
This city is the capital of Andalusia with a population of about 700,000. The historical influence of the Moors is still present in old Sevillan architecture today. This is seen most clearly in the cathedral which is one of the most spectacular in all of Spain. The famous customs and traditions of bullfighting and flamenco help make Sevilla an exciting and spectacular city for the language traveler.
Located in the Santa Cruz neighborhood, right in the heart of the old part of the town and near the Cathedral, Alcázar, the City Hall and more. Modern facilities are in a building from the early 20th century, 12 air-conditioned classrooms, a roof deck, a meeting room and a multimedia classroom. Capacity is 180 students/day. Participants will share a room with another teen in a host family. The host family will provide all meals and enforce the nightly curfew.
Teen participants will receive group language classes with other teens only. All teens are placed in group classes according to their language level. The language instructors and administrative staff are always available for the students while at school, with a ratio of 1:10. Each day teens will have free time for activities like shopping, meeting with friends, sports, etc. All teen participants are independent and responsible for getting themselves to and from school/activities to their homestay each day. Outside of the school and homestay teen participants are independent and responsible for making curfew. Curfew is 11:30 pm from Sunday to Thursday and 12:30 am on Friday and Saturday. The school directors will be contacted if teen participants break curfew.
Airport PickupIncluded. At the time of arrival, a driver/program staff member who will be waiting in the airport arrivals hall and will be holding a sign with student's name/program name. All students are then taken directly to the participants assigned homestay. Departing participants are escorted to airline check-in. Beyond passport control, teen participants may only be looked after by airport staff. Please give sufficient notice to the airline if your teen will need to be accompanied from passport control to the gate.