The first time you walk under the twin stone archways that lead into don Quijote Salamanca, you'll feel the sense of wonder and inspiration that comes with being in a space built so many lifetimes ago. The interior of the 16th-century building has been completely modernized, but parts of the ancient stone walls have been purposefully left exposed, putting students in direct contact with hundreds of years of Spanish history. The classrooms are structured in a circle around the central patio, where students can step outside for a breath of fresh air between classes. The school also has a cafeteria where you can taste the delicious local cuisine as you practice your Spanish and socialize with other students.
CoursesAll teachers are native speakers: siTeacher Certification: siAverage number of students: 305Maximum number of students: 305Minimum age of students: 17Average class size: 4Maximum number of students per class: 8Maximum duration in course weeks: 32Minimum duration in course weeks: 1Less than 15 lessons/week: noMore than 15 lessons/week: siPrivate Lessons: siSpanish language and culture: siBusiness Spanish: siDELE Preparation: siCCSE Preparation: siSpanish + internship: noTeacher training: siOnline classes: noCultural courses aimed at teaching Spanish: siSports courses aimed at teaching Spanish: si
ExamsDELE: siDELE escolares: noCCSE: siSIELE: siOther language exams:
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SERVICESAir conditioning: noWIFI: siComputer with Internet access: siWarm food: siGarden or terrace: siSPA or gym: nohandicapped access: noOnline Spanish classes: noAirport transfer: noExcursions: siHealth insurance: siAccommodation search: siGastronomic tours: siFilm Workshops: siDance workshops: siCooking workshops: siInternships: noLanguage Exchange: noSports activities: no
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