Custom Language and Culture Programmes
Faculty-led and custom Spanish Language and Culture Programmes
Loyola Idiomas, Culture and Communication is pleased to organise customized Spanish Language and Culture programmes for International students.
These programmes can be organized throughout the academic year to suit the needs and requirements of different Universities and organisations and programme content is perfectly adaptable to the individual needs of each group.
These programmes can include additional services to teaching, such as the management of accommodation with families or cultural activities for leisure time.
Spanish Language & Spanish Culture Programmes
Our 4-week programme provides students with full immersion in Spanish Language with an introduction to Spanish and Andalusian culture.
This programme is offered at different language levels so the course is adapted to each students’ individual academic needs.
The methodology combines Spanish language lectures on campus with external activities to experience the most representative aspects of Spanish culture.
Students are immersed in 2,000 years of history through a variety of activities including visits to the historical monuments of Cordoba and Seville, traditional cooking classes, flamenco dancing classes, guided city and nature tours and much more.
Students will be able to enjoy all the facilities that Universidad Loyola offers their students.
Loyola Idiomas, Culture and Communication also offers:
- 1-week intensive language courses
- 2-week and 6-week language and culture programmes
- Faculty-led and custom programmes
- Cultural workshops
Accommodation and Meals
We can offer different accommodation options for students taking part on our language and culture programmes:
- Host families: Living the experience of a Spanish family life that will provide cultural immersion.
- Apartments: Modern apartments in single or double occupancy located in the historical area, close to the city center and near the campus.
Meals can be provided through the restaurants on Campus and/or through host families.