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Sucre, a charming colonial city in southern Bolivia, has been beautifully preserved thanks to its status as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The legislative capital of the country, Sucre has always been an influential city in the arts and academics despite
its small size.
With a population of about 150,000, Sucre is a tranquil and fascinating place to study Spanish while learning about Andean and colonial culture.
Its colonial-era structures - reminders of centuries of Spanish rule - include two universities, various churches, beautiful white-washed buildings and tree-lined plazas where students congregate to socialize and have a good time.
Located in the heart of Sucre, our academic center is located just one block from the main plaza and a quick walk from virtually everything of interest.
The school has the capacity for about 40 students; our participants are pretty much equally divided between North Americans and Europeans.
Classes are held both during the mornings and afternoons.
Facilities include 7 classrooms, 2 common rooms, a kitchen, colonial-style balconies, 2 interior courtyards, a small roof deck with tons of sun, an entertainment room, reading lab, free internet access, a beautiful cafeteria (El Café Quito) and more!
Minimum age to study abroad in Sucre: 18 years old, unless traveling with a parent or guardian.
Intensive Group Course
Super Intensive Group Course
Private Spanish Lessons
Activa Intensive Spanish
Activa One on One Spanish
Staying with a host family in Sucre and participating in their day-to-day life is the best way to learn the language and discover Bolivia's culture. You will stay in a single room with a half board meal plan.
Depending on requests and availability, you can also choose to reside in one of Sucre student residences. These residences are dispersed throughout the city.
When you study abroad in Sucre, you can take advantage of the 2 to 3 cultural activities that our partner school arranges each week. Plus, the center provides a daily schedule of cultural events taking place in and around Sucre, including theaters, festivals and museums as well as tickets' prices.
In addition, you can sign up for optional weekend activities once every 15 days and we're always up for planning more. There may be some "out-of-pocket" expenses (bus fare, entrance fees, etc.), but they shouldn't sum up to more than 3 dollars per activity.
The most common activities in Sucre include dance lessons, cooking classes, parties, Spanish films, seminars and discussion groups, and visits to local sites and areas of interest.
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