Minimum entry requirements
- Minimum age: 16
- Spanish level: A1: Beginner /
- Length of study: From 4 weeks
- Lessons per week: 20
- Maximum class size: 10
- Typical student age: 16 - 35
Typical student mix:
71% European, 14% Far Eastern, 5% Middle Eastern, 10% North American
Dates and fees
- Start dates:
Tuition fees: From 824.00 EUR
Tuition length options
- Our admin fee: 49 EUR
- Enrolment fee: 70.00 EUR
- Other expenses:
The specific preparation for the examinations is offered as a 4-week unit immediately prior to the examinations.
The school also offers various combinations of the Intensive Spanish Course with the DELE preparation course to create longer-stay alternatives.
Students having completed the school's level A1 (modules 1-3) should be able to pass the exam with no further preparation other than a couple of private lessons.
The teaching programme has been carefully designed to provide an intensive, progressive course, with a good balance between the various skills and continual practice of the new points introduced each day.
The DELE examinations can only be taken at official examination centres designated by the Instituto Cervantes such as Malaca Instituto. Our students benefit from the convenience of taking the Exams in the school in which they are studying.
The school will help you to enrol for the examination but you must remember that this is your personal responsibility and the deadline is usually 4 weeks before the Examination. Courses are scheduled so that the exam falls in the last week of the course.
The school uses an eclectic, integrated method combining many aspects of the communicative approach with structured learning of grammar and syntax.
Each day, according to the progress of each class and our detailed course syllabus, a new area of language is introduced and practised in a systematic manner.
This involves some elements of traditional teaching methods, as well as classroom activities such as language games, pair work and role-plays aimed at developing communicative fluency.
Students are actively encouraged to speak in Spanish from the very beginning.
After class study
Integrated homework exercises are used to practise and reinforce the previous day's work and students are also encouraged to make use of the excellent self-access study centre either as a place to do the homework or as a resource facility for further study.