Volleyball

PROGRAM STRUCTURE
PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS
PROGRAM COST & DATES
FAQ’s
STUDENTS TESTIMONIALS
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PROGRAM STRUCTURE            

With the Volleyball program, students must choose a minimum of 12 credits from our range of academic courses during a regular semester (spring or fall), and during the summer term a minimum of 3-4 credits each session. We offer courses in Spanish language, Spanish culture, Liberal Arts and Business among other areas of study. Alongside their studies, they are also placed in the local Sevillian volleyball team, for weekly training sessions and various friendly matches throughout the term. Due to the volleyball seasons in the US, we offer our Volleyball program to only female athletes in the Spring term and only male athletes in the Fall term. During the Summer sessions we offer it only to female student athletes.     

To learn more about the different academic programs that we offer through the fall/spring and summer terms please visit our website here. 

 

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS 

Students must be playing volleyball on their varsity team back at their home university. 

 


PROGRAM COSTS & DATES

Fall Terms (Men) & Spring (Women)

$675 (This is an additional cost to the overall program cost. Tuition and fees still apply)

Cost includes:

  • 2-3 weekly training sessions
  • 1-2 friendly matches
  • Team jersey

Dates:
Spring term: Feb. 5 - May 22, 2023

Fall term: September 18  - December 15, 2022

Summer Term - Sessions I (Only Women)

$500 (This is an additional cost to the overall program cost. Tuition and fees still apply)


Cost includes:

  • 3 weeks of training
  • 2-3 weekly training sessions 
  • Participation in at least 1 friendly match (Depends on team schedule)
  • Team jersey

Dates:
Session I: May 21 – June 17, 2023


 

FAQ´S

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FAQ’s

In which divisions does Club Voleibol Rochelambert compete, and at what level?
Both the male and female teams at Club Voleibol Rochelambert compete in the second national Spanish Championship.

When do the training sessions take place?
Trainings will be held in the evenings and usually go for 2 hours.

How many training sessions take place each week?
Teams train 3 days a week and during the summer sessions as well.

How many weeks of training will I do?
In the Spring and Fall terms you will train for 11-12 weeks. In each summer session you will complete 4 weeks of training. If you decide to do both summer sessions you will complete a total of 6 weeks of training.

Are the trainings held in Spanish?
Yes. You will be training with Spaniards, on a Spanish team, with Spanish coaches. This is an important aspect of the cultural immersion part of the program, as you will be surrounded by native Spanish speakers in a Spanish speaking environment which gives you a great opportunity to practice the language.

How many American players will there be on a team?
Each term, a maximum of 4 female and 3 male student athletes are allowed to play on each team

What age are the players on the team?
The age of the players is between 18 and 25 years old (approx.).

Is transportation to trainings included in the total program cost?
No, transportation is not included.

How much money will I need for transportation to and from trainings?
Approximately $100.

How far are the training grounds?
All training facilities are no further than a 30 minute bus ride away.

Will I get to participate in a friendly match?
We organize a minimum 2 friendly matches during the semester. If you attend both summer sessions your guaranteed a friendly match. Students particpaing in only one summer session are not guaranteed to participate in a friednly match.

Am I, as a college student, breaking any NCAA volleyball rules or regulations by participating on this program?
No, you are not. You will only be training with a local Spanish club. You will not be competing in any official competition and the Club does not pay their players to compete.

 

 

STUDENTS TESTIMONIALS

"My volleyball experience in Spain was one of a kind. It was a whole different experience since I was able to learn more about their differences in plays. The language barrier made it a little hard but it still pushed me to learn more about the language."

Necole Stravino
GoucherCollege

 

 


"I highly recommend the volleyball program with SAIIE. I really enjoyed playing in Spain and getting to know the girls on the team. They were so welcoming"

Emily Kane
Davidson College

 

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