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"I have worked all over the world for ExxonMobil, DirecTV, Lincoln Financial, and Google.  My international education at SAIIE was paramount to me entering a career in international business."

Michael Evanoff
Marquette University
Alumnus 1987





Meet Remy Millington, blogger extraordinaire from UW-River Falls, Wisconsin. With a double major in Tesol Education and Spanish Education, and currently studying at SAIIE this fall, Remy is a girl with a life full of stories to tell.

As designated Fall 2016 blogger, we are already so excited to be reading what she is getting up to during her stay in Seville. From tales of home-cooked Spanish meals that will instantly tantalise your taste buds, to hilarious stories of endeavours in and around the city, Remy gives us a thrilling and honest insight into her time here and makes you wish that you too could live the life of a Sevillano…

Click here to read her day by day blog, which will help you find out more about the life you could experience in Seville - you won’t be disappointed!

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Our director Stuart Chipres signed a partnership with Jesús Díaz Vidal, Director of the International Bureau EUSA a few weeks ago.  Special thanks goes to Sean Chipres, the Planning and Development Director at SAIIE, for establishing contact with them and setting up meetings with them.  This partnership would not have been possible without him! 

EUSA is a Private University College affiliated with University of Seville and, hence, their degrees and courses are in alignment with the Spanish Ministry of Education and European Higher Education Area requisites.  EUSA faculty is accredited and authorized to teach at the Higher Education level through University of Seville’s Venia Docendi.


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Here at SAIIE, we are always trying to improve and strive to be better in our academic curriculum in new and innovative ways.  After we have just signed our new partnership with EUSA.  One of our values is to cater to our partner universities and students needs and wishes as much as possible, as we are very grateful to them, and would not be where we are without them.