Sol Education Abroad Participant Reviews
Submitted by Cristina Ruiz - Texas A&M University | June 28, 2017
SOL is a great program if you are trying to learn Spanish. The excursions and activities are awesome and very interesting. The directors made the transition into this culture very easy and enjoyable. This was the best decision I've ever made!
Submitted by Darryl - University of Arkansas at Little Rock | June 28, 2017
I really enjoyed my experience here. I had a chance to experience a lot of great food, music and dancing. My favorite part was swimming in the Mediterranean Sea. Tfffggfd right tghhg thug gh Hugh ghhgv
SOL is Amazing
Submitted by sernab1 - University of Houston Downtown | June 28, 2017
SOL takes the time to make sure everything is in order before, during, and after your trip. I have done two study abroads and the directors do an amazing job at making sure you have fun, learn, and practice your spanish. They have great excursions that really make you feel immersed into the country and apart of what it is really like to live here for the amount of time that you have. They are completely organized and quick to respond to any questions, which is why I chose to study with them again.
Submitted by hola - sterne | June 27, 2017
my overall experience was great. i loved all the activities excursions but i wish there were more. i also wish we saw more of spain especiallly wish we saw bacrcelonaa. i wish there were overnight excursions. prior to coming to spain there were bad comminications to communicate back and forth. considering that spain stays up later i wish the curfew was later. i really loved my family and the food i think that granada is great but we could have seen more.
great but slow
Submitted by Slurp - Sterne | June 27, 2017
give more activitys for the students. class were a Little bording. the teacher were teribble. I wish we left the beach activity for last. the family was a amazing. I hated the teacher. it was slow amd bording at time. they were unogunist. this trip was very interesting and i loved the host family. althought i wish we went to Barcelona.
The Journey into Spanish Immersion
Submitted by Jack Hockenyos - The Headwaters School | June 27, 2017
Overall, I think that Sol Abroad did a great job of providing parents and students with all necessary information before departing and I think that the excursions and cultural activities that we embarked on and did helped us learn more about Spanish culture. Lastly, I think it was great that all of us got to stay with host families to learn about their lives and to fully speak Spanish.
I would give Sol Abroad 8.5 points out of 10 points.
Submitted by mika stewart - Sterne School | June 27, 2017
this trip has helpèd me learn alot about spanish and spain. i really loved how everyone was nice and caring. i enjoyed the experience and hope to come back again. future students will enjoy this because the excursions are very entertaining as well as immersive. i have never experience such an amazing trip with people that i can trust and care about. The home stay helped me learn that i have a great spanish speaking potential and that i will speak more at home.
Submitted by Michael jenkins - Headwaters | June 27, 2017
The trip was great in terms of what was provided by Sol. Everyone worked really hard in my opinion. fffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff ffffffff
Submitted by anime - Headwaters | June 27, 2017
Overall it was fun. some stuff just didnt work, eli kinda flaked for a bit, but it was fine. I enjoyed a the baths and the trips. Free afternoons were not fun. It was overall fine. Would do it with lesser time and more people i know
Submitted by Analine - University of North TX | May 30, 2017
I had an amazing experience studying abroad. Not only did I have an awesome teacher and great group of classmates, the directors made it so that we enjoyed the beauty of the cultures, both Argentinian and Uruguayan.