Mini-Stay in Seville

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    Study, learn and live Spanish in Seville!

    Experience Spanish in Spain for groups and schools.

    This one-week program run by Saint Gabriel International Education is aimed at teachers and students who are trying to organize a structured and exciting school trip.
    Spain is an ideal destination for any type of school trip, as the weather is fantastic all year round. Students can get to know another culture and sample some delicious food.

    At Saint Gabriel we provide students and teachers with a diverse and educational course, allowing students to study go sightseeing and see interesting museums and take part in a wide variety of leisure activities that only Spain can offer.

    The Spanish course

    The students will receive 15 classes of Spanish per week in the mornings. The lessons will be taught by highly-qualified, native teachers with experience in teaching Spanish as a foreign language. The lessons focus on developing the students’ communicative skills through dynamic activities that will facilitate learning and encourage students to participate actively in class.

    Furthermore, students can choose a tailor-made course for them, whether that be general Spanish or a particular aspect of Spanish language and culture.

    General information

    Age

    From 11 to 17 years old.

    Lessons

    15 hours a week.

    Material

    All material included.

    Duration

    1 week.

    Dates

    From September 1 to July 27.

    Accommodation

    Family home.

    Prices

    250 € / student

    Registration fees

    44 €

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