Language Courses Abroad

There is no better way to learn a new language than living in a place where that language is native. When we do, we have the opportunity to live in that language. That is the purpose of taking a language course abroad. It can be one of the most self-fulfilling life experiences one can ever have. Students are not only exposed to the language but also to the culture and lifestyles of its native speakers. Numerous studies detail how big an impact study abroad programs have on academic performance, foreign language linguistic competence, and increased employability and career skills.

Once we have made up our minds on taking the course, it is important to know what we want to do and how we want it. There is a wide selection of course providers, and each of them will have different destinations, courses, accommodations, cultural activities, …  That is where we at bilinguals today can help. After having been working for more than 12 years in a Spanish language school setting where we received new students from all over the world every Monday of the year, we know firsthand what it means for a student to find something that was not what he/she expected. If one thing fails, the whole experience can become a nightmare. That is what makes it essential to navigate the sea of options offered by the schools by the hand of people who can help you make the right decisions to ensure it becomes the fruitful experience it is supposed to be.

“Own only what you can always carry with you: know languages, know countries, know people. Let your memory be your travel bag.”

― Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

Things to Consider


We offer courses in multiple cities in most Spanish-speaking countries. Each location has its personality, and the selection will depend on what each student is looking for.


For those students who need accommodation during their stay, schools offer different types of them depending on their individual needs and preferences.


There is a wide array of language courses depending on every student´s time available, preferences, and needs. Most of these courses start every Monday in the year.

Cultural Activities

Schools organize a varied program of cultural activities every month that students can enjoy during their courses.