Galicia / Santiago de Compostela University

Global Citizen Tours is proud to announce new Spanish and Cultural courses in Galicia, Together with the University of Santiago de Compostela.

  • International Courses - USC has more than 70 years experience teaching Spanish and organizing Spanish courses.
  • Our all-year-round programs, endorsed by one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in the world, the University of Santiago de Compostela (USC), are intended for those who want to learn Spanish from scratch or improve their knowledge of the language while getting in contact with the culture.
  • We offer all-year-round courses of different length, structure and contents so that you may choose the one that suits you best. Some of the most outstanding ones are the courses about the Camino de Santiago, the DELE preparation courses, the teacher training programs, the courses of Spanish for Specific Purposes and the tailor-made programs. They may be completed with a series of additional leisure and cultural activities.
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Galicia / Spain

Valle Inclán, one of the most renowned Galician writers, said that Santiago de Compostela was centuries old, yet eternal (“más eterna que antigua”). And the fact is that the stones of the Old Town seem to have been there since the dawn of time.

This architectural heritage, which attains its uttermost expression in the Cathedral itself, reveals a city that is deeply marked by religion. For Compostela has been the last stop of the Camino de Santiago for over 1,000 years, and the Camino is the most important pilgrimage route in Europe.

Indeed, Santiago Old Town –declared Heritage of Mankind by the UNESCO- is one of the main attractions of the city, although it is not the only one.

Santiago is a welcoming city and it offers a broad range of services. The cost of living is highly affordable and it is a safe place, with a very low crime rate.

It is the capital city of Galicia, a bilingual, age-old region where Spanish and Galician coexist as co-official languages. Galicia is a crossroads between the Spanish-speaking and the Portuguese-speaking worlds, and it is a wonderful example of cultural diversity.

Moving around in Santiago is easy and trouble-free. This is a small city and you can walk almost anywhere. And there are a few very convenient buses lines too.

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