|Skyline of Jaén city seen from the castle|
However, everybody has a different experience in this program, often determined by your attitude but usually by where you get placed. Additionally, the total inconsistency in coordination and experiences means your year abroad has the potential to be amazing or una mierda, as they say in Spanish.
Still, if you’re willing to take the risk that your year abroad may or may not turn out well, if you want to be in Spain that badly, first read about my experience and the pros and cons of the program, and decide for yourself. I recommend participating, but I’ve got some reservations.