Welcome to Dawgs In Valencia–a blog dedicated to UGA students considering the UGA en Valencia (Spain) study abroad program.

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My name’s Corbett. I’m a 24-year-old University of Georgia graduate (2013) with a degree in journalism.

In the spring of 2012, I had the fortune of living in Valencia, Spain, with UGA en España. While studying there, I fell in love with the country.

The bread.

The wine.

The soccer.

The weather.

The festivals.

The pace of life.

I was so happy with my life in Spain that I made this promise to myself: I was going to make it back. And soon.

GOOD NEWS: I made it back! In September 2014, I moved to Murcia, Spain, where I now teach English with the BEDA Program (Escuelas Católicas de Madrid).

While I’m working as a language assistant in Spain, I’ll do my best to keep up with the blog, sharing testimonials from former UGA en Valencia students, as well as providing you with important information about the UGA en Valencia program.

Click on the menu tabs above my head to find the content you’re looking for. (NOTE: If you’re using a mobile device, look for 3 horizontal white bars at the top/right of the page. That’s the menu.)

Thanks for reading! Please leave any comments sharing your own experience teaching/living abroad.

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– Corbett

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  1. Hello!
    What a nice blog you have going on here!!
    I’m looking for a part time job teacher, at an academy.
    If you think you could be interested, please contact me 🙂

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