Nestled on the picturesque Iberian Peninsula, Spain is the largest country in Southern Europe. Known for its vibrant fiestas, mesmerizing flamenco, and passion for football, there is hardly any dull moment in Spain. The economy of Spain is the fourth largest in the Eurozone, characterized by a mix of sectors, including services, industry, agriculture, and tourism. Spain is committed to achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals with a focus on poverty eradication, gender equality, and quality education, among other goals.
Spain is the birthplace of great artists such as Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dali, and creativity flows through its veins. Whether it’s flamenco’s passionate rhythms or the intricate details of Gaudi’s architectural marvels, art in Spain is not confined to galleries but thrives in the streets, festivals, and the very essence of its people. Spain also has a strong and passionate sporting culture. While football holds a special place in the hearts of its citizens, other sports like basketball and tennis are also thoroughly enjoyed.
The landscapes of Spain look like a painter’s masterpiece. From the sun-kissed beaches to the rugged cliffs, it offers a diverse range of natural wonders. The rolling hills of Andalusia or the snow-capped peaks of the Sierra Nevada enchant travelers with their breathtaking vistas.
We Deliver Different Types of Programs in Spain
Faculty-led programs in Spain are a curated blend of intellectual and cultural experiences based on unique and relevant themes. We collaborate with the faculty to arrange engaging and pertinent company visits, lectures by subject matter experts, and cultural experiences. The program’s goal is to help students achieve faculty-envisioned learning objectives while creating meaningful experiences for themselves. The faculty-led programs can either be available as custom or featured programs, depending upon the requirement of the institution.
Fun in Spain
Sway to the rhythm of flamenco, indulge in small bites of tapas, or witness La Tomatina festival. Every corner of Spain is fun-filled and exciting!
FAQs About Spain
Spain is generally considered a safe destination for travellers. However, it is always advisable to take precautions and stay informed about any specific safety guidelines or recommendations in the area where you will be travelling.
The official language of Spain in Spanish. Although English is usually spoken by many people in the major cities, it is helpful to learn a few basic phrases in Spanish for local interactions.
The program group will be accompanied by the Authentica team member(s), who will be available 24X7 during the program. They have also been certified by the Red Cross in first-aid emergency training. In case of an emergency, measures will be taken in real-time.
In Spain, it is common to greet people with a handshake. It’s polite to say “por favor” (please) and “gracias” (thank you). Some local shops close during the afternoon as siesta (afternoon nap) is customary in Spain.
Spain has a decent internet connectivity across the country. However, the availability of phone and internet connectivity will depend on the city/village chosen for the immersion program. Students can also purchase local SIMs, at an additional cost, for data, calls, and texts.
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