Live in a Mexican family! The Nacel Spanish summer homestay immersion in Mexico offers teenagers opportunities to experience the everyday life of a host family in Mexico. This immersion program proudly represents the foundation of all Nacel language programs, offering the chance for a young person from abroad to improve his/her level of Spanish. Language improvement comes from the constant immersion in a Mexican family. The friendship which results from living as a member of a Mexican family encourages continued international communication and understanding.
A homestay program in Mexico is the best way for a student to improve his/her language skills. By being fully immersed in a Mexican family, he/she will have to speak Spanish with them during all his/her stay, all of his/her activities will be in Spanish, and he/she will get amazing improvement in his/her capacity of speaking Spanish.
Homestay in a Mexican host family, full board.
Please note that participants cannot choose a specific area in Mexico. Nacel International reserves the possibility to place the student anywhere in the hosting country, but most of the placements are organized in Mexico city.
The new family member is expected to take part in the daily activities of his or her Mexican host family. Integration into the Mexican family is the ultimate goal of the homestay experience. However host families are not required to organize activities, visits or excursions. The participant comes with its own spending money to cover the costs of activities during the immersion.
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Spanish summer homestay immersion in Mexico
* Price in Euros per participant.
Not included : Application Fees (65 EUR)
Host family accommodation with full board
Airport pick-up and transfer to/from the host family
Support, assistance and 24-hour emergency phone number during the whole program.
Extra activities organized by the family or others
Extra language courses
Personal expenses and pocket money
Medical, Liability and Emergency Repatriation Insurance
Mexican Homestay: 1 to 2 years Spanish studies.
“Dear Nacel. Thanks for your update. I can’t tell you how thankful I am to K. and the gentleman who took Sean (my son) to the hospital last night. I was so relieved that there were people there who were concerned about what was happening to Sean. I’m sure you can imagine how difficult it would be for anyone, let alone a young person, to be ill and in a hospital in a foreign country all alone. I commend Nacel for having a well-run program. I am grateful for the kindness shown by the people associated with Nacel in Playa del Carmen.”
Colleen, mother of Sean.
At first, I didn't want to go to Mexico alone. But it was all ok. I was inspired because my host family was charming and introduced me to many aspects of their lives.