Planning your 2019-2020 Exchange Program

Are you looking to teach your students how to become global citizens instead of mere travelers?

Transform your school into a global campus by instituting an exchange program! Thanks to our partnerships with schools in France and Spain, organizing an exchange has never been easier!

Our offices in Paris and Málaga are currently in contact with several high schools throughout France/Spain looking for language exchange partners in the U.S. for the 2019-2020 school year. Let us find you your perfect exchange partner today!

*In general, European schools are looking to travel to the U.S. in the fall of 2019 and American schools will travel to Europe in the spring of 2020

Why participate in an exchange?

An exchange is without a doubt one of the most rewarding travel opportunities for students, teachers and communities alike.

By participating in an exchange, students are not only fully immersed in the target language and culture, but also able to foster new international friendships that will last a lifetime. Living with an exchange family provides invaluable learning experiences and pushes students to develop new interpersonal skills given the unique setting.

Hosting exchange students in your own school/community also allows students who might otherwise not be able to travel the opportunity to forge new friendships with the visiting students and experience the benefits of a cultural exchange. Exchange programs bring prestige to your school and community and encourage a culture of global citizenship and responsibility.

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 How does an exchange work?

To learn more about how to participate in an exchange please visit our exchange page here. We look forward to helping you create a learning experience that will have a lasting impact on you and your students!


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Anna Loganathan

Anna Loganathan is a Language teacher and Tour Consultant at Prometour. Loves all things travel, especially tasting local food. Strives to help educators make the world their classroom!