Madrid is the capitol and the largest city in Spain. The area that is now Madrid has been occupied since pre-historic times, but experienced its height of glory during the Spanish Golden Age. At that time the city flourished with great artists, genius composers, talented authors, and...
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Madrid is the capitol and the largest city in Spain. The area that is now Madrid has been occupied since pre-historic times, but experienced its height of glory during the Spanish Golden Age. At that time the city flourished with great artists, genius composers, talented authors, and imaginative architects. All have left their mark on this thriving metropolis, which is now an excellent destination for students attending Spanish school in Madrid. Although Madrid is a very modern city, it retains its old world feel in its many historic neighborhoods and streets. Students lucky enough to take Spanish courses in Madrid will be surrounded by a wealth of history. They can visit the Royal Palace of Madrid, constructed between 1738 and 1755. This architectural wonder remains the location for official royal ceremonies, but guests are allowed to visit 50 of its 2800 rooms with a tour guide, or via a self-guided tour. The Prado Museum is a popular site for art enthusiasts, but is only one of the major museums available. Students will want to visit each museum multiple times to fully grasp all they have to offer. Madrid features a continental Mediterranean climate, having hot summers, and a high enough altitude to get some snow in winter. When students are ready to enjoy all that modern Madrid has to give, they can spend time at the amusement park in Casa de Campo, or stroll through the zoo. Take time to visit Retiro Park and catch a free concert, or take a boat ride. The nightlife is unparalleled, with numerous clubs where patrons dance until dawn. Rich in food, culture and friendly people, Madrid is a great destination.
This intensive Spanish course consists of 20 group lessons per week or 4 lessons per day. The classes are organized into small groups with a maximum of 10 students per class, and held in large and luminous classrooms equipped with the most modern audio-visual resources.
Recommended for students and professionals that can not attend classes everyday day due to their studies or work. It is a course specially for people living in Madrid that have less time available to learn Spanish.
The Intensive Spanish course will develop your communication skills, insisting on your pronunciation and understanding. By learning and practicing your Spanish in a creative way with well structured classes, you will rapidly increase your level.
Our Evening Spanish Courses are designed for people who live, work or study in Madrid and have daytime commitments but are keen to develop their Spanish language skills. The course focuses on learning general Spanish language skills:
Develop communication strategies
Take part in discussions
Develop and use vocabulary
Improve listening skills
Role play social situations
Work on individual grammar and pronunciation difficulties
Develop reading and writing skills
The course runs over two days, either...
Club 50+ Spanish and Cultural Activities
This course is specifically designed for people over 50, who want to study Spanish and learn about Spanish Culture. The Club 50+ Spanish and Cultural Activities Course consists of a one or two week course which is compromised of 20 hours of Spanish classes per week and many extra hours devoted to cultural activities! Would you like to learn Spanish in classes of a maximum of 8 persons and experience the Spanish Culture? If so, do not hesitate to get yourself enrolled for...
In order to ensure effective instruction and long-term learning success, we apply modern teaching methods that are oriented toward the interests and capabilities of the students. Our teachers are pedagogically-didactically trained native speakers with a broad repertoire of teaching and learning techniques.
The Intensive Spanish Course 20 hours is for people who really want to make the most out of their stay in Madrid. It is the right choice if you want to jump right into learning Spanish in a group with a group of no more than 10 people.
These courses are designed for students who want to learn Spanish or improve their knowledge of the language in a short period of time.
Intensive courses have the following characteristics:
There is a maximum of 8 students per class.