Immerse yourself in the Spanish language and culture by spending anywhere between six weeks and a full academic year in a Spanish secondary school. In Cadiz we work with Iternational House CLIC to where we have found an amazing opportunity for Transition Year students to study abroad during term time that allows them to experience an entirely different way of life as well as improve their language skills.
  • First two weeks... To help settle in to your new surroundings each student will spend the first two weeks attending an intensive Spanish course at CLIC Cadiz  These two weeks are necessary for students to undergo orientation and a gradual immersion into Spanish life as they adjust to a new culture, language and environment. This preparation period is also used to assess the student’s individual needs and measure their fluency before being placed in a local secondary school. 

  • Starting at the Secondary School... After the first two weeks, students begin attending classes in the secondary school specially selected for them. Here they attend mainstream classes such as Geography and Science alongside other Spanish students. If you feel you need further help with Spanish you can add on one-to-one lessons in CLIC Cadiz.

Love sports? This is perfect for you with lots of sports available as well as gym membership available as extra. While at the secondary school you can participate in school sports with your new friends or talk to our team and we can find what is available locally. 

Surfing is available in Cadiz and lessons can be booked either locally or through Stein Study. Prices are listed in the prices tab. 

If you are looking to do something different with your TY and improve your Spanish then this is perfect for you.

Flights and airport transfers aren't included in the listed price. You can fly to Malaga or Seville, we can help recommend the perfect flight for you and organise that Clic Cadiz has a reprentative to pick you up on arrival bringing you directly to the host. 

Homestay is the only accommodation available and Clic Cadiz will allocate a host where you will stay throughout your stay in Seville. 

Check the FAQ section of this page for more specific info or contact our team on 01 4759646. 

The school will be closed on the following dates:

19/12/2015 - 03/01/2016
08/12/2015 - 08/12/2015
07/12/2015 - 07/12/2015
02/11/2015 - 02/11/2015
12/10/2015 - 12/10/2015
07/10/2015 - 07/10/2015
15/08/2015 - 15/08/2015
01/05/2015 - 01/05/2015

Dates & Prices

Course length

Homestay and secondary school programme

6 weeks


8 weeks


10 weeks


12 weeks


14 weeks


5 months (20 weeks)


Full school year (36 weeks) 


*These prices include the initial two-weeks spent studying in International House Clic Cadiz.

Optional extras: 

Surf lessons - €40 per lesson

Both CLIC Cadiz and the local secondary school are closed during public holidays - there are no classes on these dates and are not added later. 

The school will be closed on the following dates:

19/12/2015 - 03/01/2016
08/12/2015 - 08/12/2015
07/12/2015 - 07/12/2015
02/11/2015 - 02/11/2015
12/10/2015 - 12/10/2015
07/10/2015 - 07/10/2015
15/08/2015 - 15/08/2015
01/05/2015 - 01/05/2015


The committed team at Clic International House specially select friendly and caring Spanish hosts located as close as possible the school. They have longstanding relationships with many of the host in Cadiz and ensure that the accommodation provided is safe, clean and comfortable. The team in Cadiz are dedicated to finding host families capable of meeting each student’s requirements. If you let us know at the point of booking what your requests are, we will do our best to ensure that you are matched with the best host possible. 

Homestay accommodation is one of the best ways to achieve full immersion and staying with a local host is a positive challenge to help improve your language skills. 

Class Duration

Class Per Week

Student Age

Class Days

Sample week

*Subject to change. Some activities may have an additional cost.

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Students will stay with a previously vetted host family close to the language school where they will attend classes.

Yes, there is a curfew of 11pm on Monday to Thursday and 1am on Friday and Saturday. The school will inform all students about this also on arrival.

While all meals are provided, you’ll need money for socialising and shopping during your time away.

The minimum requirement to qualify for this programme is to have studied Spanish for two years.

Transfer between the airport and your accommodation is provided for a small fee on arrival and departure.

Students can opt to stay between four weeks and the full academic year.

You can fly out any Sunday during the course of this summer camp and start classes the next day.

You’ll need to arrange your own flights. But we are happy to help advise you on the most direct route.

It is competely forbidden for minors to consume alcohol or illegal subsances during this course and while staying in homestay acommodation. Students breaking this rule will be removed from the course and sent home.

Students will not be able to share with friends.