Located in southeastern Spain, Alicante is a Mediterranean port city and the principal city of Spain's world-renowned Costa Blanca. Alicante is built around a natural harbor and its economy is based largely on tourism to the beaches of Costa Blanca, followed by services and public administration.
- Take courses through our International Partner, the University of Alicante, and experience Spanish campus life with other local and international students
- Take the internationally recognized official exam for Spanish as a foreign language, DELE (Diplomas de Español como Lengua Extranjera)
- Explore life Alicante-style while strolling down Alicante's palm-lined promenade, Explanada de España, having lunch at one of Alicante's many outdoor cafés or wandering through the eclectic boutiques and shops in the city center
- Observe the culture first-hand through the more than 300,000 who participate in the one-day pilgrimage to the Monastery de Santa Faz, one of the most important religious and cultural traditions and second-largest pilgrimage in Spain
Chat with an Admissions Counselor to learn more about studying abroad with CEA in Alicante.