Santiago de Compostela is the capital of Galicia, located in north-western Spain. The city is mainly known as a pilgrimage destination. Around 75,000 pilgrims walk the Camino de Santiago each year. If you stroll through the old town you will see why it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In the year2000 it was elected European City of Culture. Santiago is also famous for its excellent University which is more than 500 year old. The city has a young and lively character because of the many students. Throughout the year there are many cultural events and in the numerous cafes and tapas bars you can try outyour Spanish skills.
1 hour a day (x 60 minutes) a day, in order to focus only on your needs. During the first lesson, the teacher and you will establish the objectives. When the course is longer than 4 hours a day, two or three teachers will take turns.
The Intensive language course includes 25 hours of lessons per week (Mon-Fri) and an additional 5 hours individual course (one to one). Lessons take place in small groups of 3-6 students. At the end of the course you will receive a certificate.
The school is very centrally located, just a two minute walk from the historic centre of the city.
The school has six classrooms and provides a computer room with free internet access. There is Wi-Fi throughout the building. It is a rather small school which has a great family atmosphere.
Courses start every Monday with the exceptions of complete beginners – usually only on the first week of the month.