Spanish School in Santiago de Compostela
The Spanish school was founded in 1994 in Santiago de Compostela, a UNESCO World Heritage City. It is an accredited center, located only 2 minutes away by foot from the monumental area and is very nearby to the main sights and attractions. The school possesses numerous other national and international accreditations. The Spanish school in Santiago de Compostela has a wide variety of courses.
Why study Spanish in Santiago de Compostela?
- A welcoming and friendly city full of green parks
- Well known as the center for the religious pilgrimages.
- Typical Spanish student city full of culture, with one of the oldest universities of Spain
The Spanish courses are perfect for students who want to combine the Spanish language with different leisure activities to get the best out of their Spanish course in Spain. Each class has an average of 5 students with a maximum of 8 students (10 students in June, July and August.) The Spanish courses (20/ week, 45 minutes each) encourage students to practice in dialogues and to exchange ideas with their classmates and teacher about current topics.
If you are looking for a more intensive Spanish course in Santiago de Compostela, try out the Spanish Course Intensive 25, which includes 5 extra group lessons per week that focus specifically on oral communication. You can even take the 25+5 course, which adds an additional 5 private classes for more personalized attention. Finally, there are private classes for those who really want to advance quickly in their Spanish studies.
When you learn Spanish in Santiago de Compostela you choose between a Spanish host family, the student residence or a shared apartment. If you prefer to stay in a hotel or private apartment, the school can also happily arrange that for you.
The Spanish host families are chosen for their kindness and friendliness. You will have the option to choose from half board (breakfast + lunch or dinner) and full board (breakfast, lunch and dinner). The family will bring you in, teach you about their culture, their family and customs and make you feel like you have always been part of the family.
The student residence is centrally located at a 30-minute walk from the school. You can choose from single or double rooms. The bathrooms and the kitchen are shared. Rooms are set up with a desk, wardrobe, TV and WIFI, daily cleaning services, towels and bed linens. Choose from half board or full board. There are also shared appartments.
The school organizes a range of (free and extra cost) activities to use the Spanish language outside the classroom and to socialize with other students. Theactivities include a city orientation tour followed by a drink and a tapa in the old town, vocabulary games like Trivial, concerts and cultural events that happen around the city, a gathering to get hot chocolate and churros, Spanish or Latin American films, visits to open-air markets, tours around hand craft shops, and more!
For an extra cost the school can also organize tours for wine tasting, a tapas tour, a visit to Natural Parks, an excursion to A Coruña, and hikes around Santiago.
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