There are many reasons to Study and Live in Seville
Modern Seville has managed to keep traces of all the most important cultures in its history. For example, walking through the city you can see Roman ruins, a Morish palace, the old Jewish quarters and the largest Gothic cathedral in the world.
Products like chocolate, potatoes, tomatoes or peppers came into Europe through the doors of Seville.
Southern Spain’s capital is both European and cosmopolitan. It is an open-minded, tolerant society. It is always at the forefront from the cultural point of view. It sets trends and is a city full of contrasts, a place where tradition and innovation walk hand in hand.
At Spanish Institute for Global Education, we take pride in our practice of a global, intercultural, responsible and innovative education. We work with universities of excellence, prestigious high schools and outstanding organizations.
Seville is a European, Spanish, Andalusian city. In the XVI century Seville was the most populated city in Europe. Nowadays, from the modern San Pablo Airport in Seville, most european cities are just a flight away.
Seville, the gateway to the Americas, maintains a strong historic and sentimental connection with Latin America. Archive of the Indies preserves the memories of our peoples.
Seville lived under Arab rule for almost 800 years. In addition to our common past, our closeness is physical: only 14.4 km of ocean separate Morocco and Spain.
In Seville, there is a perfect combination of relaxing days, a lively nightlife and a culturally rich history. There is so much sunshine that you might end up missing the rain. You will discover a great joy of living in this magestic city.