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Specialized Coffee Programs -Practices and Hibrids

Coffee programs typically cover a wide range of coffee-related topics. This allows students to develop a comprehensive understanding of the coffee industry and specialize in the topics that interest them most.

The most common topics included in coffee programs are the following:

  • Cupping: Where students practice their sensory skills with harvested coffees.

  • Preparation: This topic covers the different methods used to prepare coffee, from filter coffee to espresso.

In addition to these basic topics, some coffee programs may also include more specialized topics, such as:

  • Barismo: This topic covers the skills and techniques necessary to prepare espresso and other coffee drinks.

  • Latte art: This topic covers the art of decorating coffee drinks with milk foam.

  • Crepes: This topic covers the preparation of crepes, a type of thin pancake usually served with coffee.

  • Menu: This topic covers the development of cafe menus.

Choosing a coffee program depends on individual interests and goals. If you are interested in a career in the coffee industry, a comprehensive program that covers a wide range of topics is a good option. If you are interested in specializing in a specific area, such as barista or roastery, a more specific program may be the best option.

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Accommodation & Entertainment

There are several accommodation options for international students in El Salvador. Below we detail the most common ones: 

The best accommodation option will depend on your budget, preferences and needs.

Here are some ideas to entertain you on your days off in El Salvador:

  • Visit the country's historical and cultural sites. El Salvador has a rich history and culture that dates back centuries. Visit the archaeological sites of Joya de Cerén, the ruins of Tazumal and El Imposible National Park.

  • Enjoy the natural beauty of the country. El Salvador is a beautiful country with a variety of landscapes, from volcanoes and beaches to forests and rivers. Hike through El Boquerón National Park, sunbathe on El Tunco Beach, or explore the Lempa River.

  • Participate in cultural and sports activities. El Salvador offers a variety of cultural and sports activities to enjoy. Attend a concert, watch a soccer match, or participate in a traditional festival.

Here are some specific destinations you may consider visiting:

  • San Salvador, the capital of El Salvador, is a vibrant city with a variety of attractions, such as the National Museum of Anthropology, the National Theater and Cuscatlán Park.

  • Antiguo Cuscatlán, a colonial city just outside San Salvador, is a popular destination for tourists looking for a historical experience.

  • Santa Ana, the second largest city in El Salvador, is a cultural city with a variety of museums, galleries and theaters.

  • La Libertad, a department on the Pacific coast, is a popular destination for beach lovers.

  • Chalatenango, a department in the northern mountains, is a popular destination for nature lovers.

With a little research, you can find ways to make the most of your time in El Salvador on your days off: 

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