Academic Exchange Program in Spain

  • Ages
  • Languages
  • Location
  • Food
  • Months
  • Capacity
  • Staff

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Dates


ShiftDatesAgesPriceStatus
14 Days27/06/2021-10/07/20216-161375Available
14 Days04/07/2021-17/07/20216-161375Available
21 Days27/06/2021-17/07/20216-161750Available
12 Days28/06/2021-09/07/20216-16785Available
12 Days05/07/2021-16/07/20216-16785Available
19 Days28/06/2021-16/07/20216-16925Available

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The Academic Exchange Program in Spain offers students from all over the world the opportunity to get to know Spain, its culture, and the Spanish way of life. Students will live with a Spanish host family and participate in family life and activities.

The primary purpose of the program is to improve students’ understanding of Spanish culture and language through active participation in family, school, and community life. One of the secondary purposes is to give their Spanish hosts a chance to get to know more about a foreign country and its culture. Participants in this program should be mature ,responsible, and excited to learn and get involved in their new community.

Activities


We offer a variety of program lengths and dates.  Specific dates depend on Spanish school terms.

Trimester program: 8-12 week homestay from September to December

Semester programs:

 - Fall semester: Mid-September to late January

 - Spring semester:
   > 10th and 11th grade: early February to mid/late June
   > 12th grade: early February to late May or early June
 

Academic Year Program: Mid-September until the end of the school year (mid/late June or earlier for 12th grade students)

Other program dates can be considered by request.

Facilities


  • Host families

Juventud y Cultura will place the participant with a Spanish family or families for the duration of the program and host family will provide to the student homestay accommodation, full board.

Meals away from home, school lunches and transportation to and from school are the responsibility of the participant. In many cases, students have lunch at home, and not at school. The student is to be single placed, by nationality, with a host family. It is acceptable for another student of a different language to be hosted by the same host family for all or part of the exchange. Student should integrate into host families as a family member and participate in family life and activities.

  • Staff

Monitoring, counseling and supervision will be provided to the participant through local coordinators. All students will also have a 24 hour-Emergency Phone Number to contact Juventud y Cultura staff in case of emergency

Included


  • Locating, interviewing, screening and selection of a suitable Spanish host family. Juventud y Cultura will find host families for students and will send placement information prior to student’s arrival in Spain.
  • Room and board with a Spanish host family.
  • Processing of the AEP application.
  • Academic counseling and Placement in a high school.
  • School registration
  • Convalidation process in Spain and Convalidation taxes (necessary for enrolment at school).
  • Local counseling throughout the year by the JUV local coordinator.
  • Monthly reports for each student.
  • Supervision by Juventud y Cultura Central Office in Madrid.
  • 24-hour emergency telephone number.
  • Meet and greet at Madrid airport and/or final destination airport.
  • Transfer from final destination to host family at arrival and departure.
  • Orientation meeting upon arrival. Students placed in Madrid area will have the orientation meeting at Juventudy Cultura Central Office. Students placed outside of Madrid region will have the orientation meeting with Local coordinators in their area.
  • Optional excursions and tours (cost depends on location and excursion)

Pick Up Policy


Transfer to and from nearest Airport (or train/bus station)

Booking Policy


Use the Solocampamentos contact form to get full details and information about the programme.

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