- Second most widely spoken language
- Language course and cultural immersion
- Variety of course types available
- 8 exciting destinations
You could make great progress in Spanish during a study abroad programme because, even after you leave the classroom, you will continue to learn as you use the local language to communicate. Spanish is a particularly popular language to learn because it is spoken on so many continents, opening up many opportunities for travel and work.
With a Spanish study abroad programme you can combine an exciting holiday with an effective language education. This unforgettable experience will allow you to learn all about a foreign culture, while meeting new people and getting to grip with everyday use of the language. Whether you wish to learn Spanish from scratch or develop your existing Spanish skills, there are several types of Spanish courses to choose from - ranging from beginners to advanced, group and individual to standard courses. Now you just have to decide which course to take, and at which of our exciting worldwide destinations.
We offer Spanish Courses in:
✓ Unique Beaches and Tropical Climate
✓ Passionate atmosphere
✓ Rich historic heritage
Our Spanish schools can be found at three locations in Spain: the exciting cities of Barcelona, Malaga and Madrid. We also have a Spanish school in Cuba's capital city, Havana, and one in the Mexican holiday paradise of Playa del Carmen. With this broad range of locations, from important European artistic and cultural centers to stunning Latin American and Caribbean cities, there is bound to be one which suits you among our offer.
Why take a Spanish course?
Taking a Spanish course has many advantages: Spanish is one of the most widely spoken languages in the world, and is becoming increasingly important in international business, research, politics and tourism. You could learn Spanish in Cuba, Mexico, Spain, Ecuador or Costa Rica – countries in which Spanish is the main language used in everyday life. During your Spanish programme you will have the chance to communicate with local people on a daily basis, thus not only increasing your confidence in speaking Spanish but also getting to know a new country and its culture and customs. The opportunity to make new friends, learn about a new culture and visit lots of exciting sites and attractions make Spanish courses abroad absolutely worthwhile.