Sol Abroad Programs
Explore the verdant cloud forests and tropical coastlines of Costa Rica, while immersing yourself into the local language. Learn Spanish in one of the most beautiful countries...
Granada is a perfect part of Spain for students to practice Spanish language learning. In this program, participants will attend the University of Granada, where they can...
Learn Spanish in the fascinating colonial city of Oaxaca, Mexico. Experience the colonial charms of this highland city surrounded by lush mountains and indigenous villages....
Learn Spanish in the most fascinating city in South America...Buenos Aires! Wander the bustling streets and grand avenues of the city and then explore the numerous historic...
Sol Abroad Reviews
Submitted by KeswickMomma - Arlington, VA United States | January 29, 2018
I researched many Spanish language trips for my son, and Sol Abroad was absolutely the best value with the same or better activities and learning. I appreciated their flexibility in keeping him an extra day until I could fly down to meet him for an extra week in Costa Rica. I could immediately tell that we was much more confident speaking and really enjoyed the friendly Costa Ricans.
Submitted by kwalt - San Antonio College | January 11, 2018
The overall experience was amazing. The process getting signed up for the study abroad program was pretty easy as well. I enjoyed my time and made some really good friends that I hope to have for a lifetime!. It was a great cultural experience.
Sol Abroad review
Submitted by wheeler - Anderson Highschool | January 09, 2018
Sol Abroad is a wonderful opportunity for students to get immersed in the Spanish culture. In just 2 weeks, my Spanish skills improved drastically. I would highly recommend this program for students trying to improve their Spanish skills.
Loved the independence
Submitted by cwehr - Los Gatos High School | January 05, 2018
I enjoyed this program a lot. The program directors give you a lot of freedom throughout the week then you go on organized trips to local events. You build your independence and your willingness to explore because you have to put yourself out there and find your own adventures sometimes, which was quite easy within the city.
Submitted by Mia R - San Ramon Valley High School | August 25, 2017
I had a good time, but it was unfortunate to be the only person in my session, meaning I often had to do activities alone, I would have liked to have been warned before hand and maybe changed dates so I would have been able to make new friends . I also would have liked to have had a roommate at my host family, because I did not know enough Spanish and was kind of lonely.