San Sebastián is located in the autonomous community of the Basque country in the far north of Spain. The city is located around twenty kilometres west of the border to France at the beautiful La Concha Bay. In San Sebastián internationally significant cultural events take place all year round. The university town which is also called Donostia is also famous for the excellent Basque cuisine. Enjoy the typical pintxos which are served in many bars in the old town. At the weekend you can explore the beautiful landscape of the surrounding Basque Country. So why not attend a language course in the European Capital of Culture 2016?
You can decide the schedule and content of the program. Within a short period of time, you will begin to learn Spanish through an individualized course of study in grammar, speaking, listening, reading, writing and vocabulary.
Individual problems and professional interests can be specifically addressed. Flexibility concerning the duration, lessons and topics: general spanish, conversation, grammar, correspondence, translation, etc.
5 hours per week one to one course
The course includes 20 hours of lessons per week (Mon-Fri) and an additional 10 hours. Lessons take place in small groups of 3-8 students.
The students can start classes any Monday (except complete beginners whose start dates are the first and third Mondays of the month), in their corresponding levels. The students are grouped according to their level of Spanish, from complete beginners to superior level. The main aim of the lessons is to develop the communicative skills of the students. To achieve this the teachers at PLSI use material from varied sources, such as textbooks, material from the press, tv, Internet, etc.
The school is located right in the centre of San Sebastián.
The school has ten modern, air-conditioned classrooms. Students can relax on the terrace or in the student lounge. They have also access to a library and computers with internet access.
Courses start every Monday with the exceptions of complete beginners – usually only on the first week of the month.