Swap Family Tips

Travel to Italy in lockdown. Through their gastronomy.

Swap Family invites you to get the kids in the kitchen making these easy and typical recipes and discovering italy in lockdown.

Travel to Spain during confinement. Through their gastronomy.

Swap Family invites you to travel to Spain during confinement. Get the kids in the kitchen with these easy recipes and discover cultures.

Tips to be an expat. The specialist’s advice.

The specialist tells us how becoming expats can be a process of growth and improvement. It is also challenging and can be accompanied by conflicting emotions. Let’s see her article!

Travel to UK during confinement. Through their gastronomy.

Swap Family invites you to travel to UK during confinement. Get the kids in the kitchen with these easy recipes and discover cultures.

Travel to France during confinement. Through their gastronomy.

This week we invite you to travel to France. Do you want to come with us?

Swap Family asks about Coronavirus (COVID 19): what does the specialist advice.

During these days we have seen how all our activity has been limited by Covid 19, an invisible virus to our eyes but extremely powerful. From Swap Family we want to know the effect it can have on our society and how we can cope with confinement. To know all this from first hand, we have contacted Laura LLonch, a family psychotherapist.

What to do to make the exchange successful?

Here are some suggestions from Swap Family to help you with having a successful exchange and help you have a great experience.

How can I learn a language in a fun way?

The secret to learning a language lies in having fun during the process

What should I ask my exchange family? What topics can I discuss with them?

Communicate with your exchange family. The Swap Family strongly believes in the importance of families talking to each other to express their ideas, doubts, concerns.

Tips for exchange students – the importance of having the European Health Insurance Card or private health insurance

We have a tip for exchange students and their families who want to participate in a language exchange programme: do not leave medical insurance for the last moment.