FEDELE Barcelona

FEDELE-Barcelona was founded with the intention of uniting the efforts and interests of the best schools in the sector and promoting solidarity and collaboration among its members.

About the association

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What are our objectives?

Among the objectives included in the statutes of FEDELE Barcelona, it is necessary to highlight:

  • the will to defend and guarantee the quality and image of the sector;
  • the promotion of Spanish as a foreign language through collaboration with public and private institutions;
  • the defense of the professional and economic interests of its members and of professional ethics.

What guarantees do we offer?

All FEDELE Barcelona member schools guarantee the high quality of their courses, accommodation, and other services through accreditation by the Instituto Cervantes (Accredited Center). These guarantees include:

  • meet quality requirements in the teaching of Spanish;
  • comply with the legal requirements for teaching;
  • have adequate resources for teaching;
    have a team of teachers with appropriate qualifications and training;
  • follow a teaching plan that guarantees adequate progress;
  • establish a maximum number of students per class;
  • To carry out truthful advertising in relation to the offer;
  • clearly detailing the prices of courses and complementary services.

Schools

Barcelona

BCN Languages

www.bcnlanguages.com

BCNLip

www.bcnlip.com

Camino Barcelona

www.caminobarcelona.com

Don Quijote Barcelona

www.donquijote.org

Enforex, Spanish in the Spanish World, Barcelona

www.enforex.com

Escuela Mediterráneo

www.escuelamediterraneo.com

Linguaschools Barcelona

www.linguabarcelona.com

Olé Languages

www.olelanguages.com

Castelldefels

Idealog

www.idealog.es

What does Barcelona offer to learn Spanish?

Barcelona, the cosmopolitan capital of Catalonia in Spain, is known for its art and architecture. The fantastic Sagrada Familia basilica and other modernist landmarks designed by Antoni Gaudí decorate the city. The Picasso Museum and the Joan Miró Foundation showcase the modern art of the artists who gave birth to their names. The Museum of the History of Barcelona (MUHBA) includes several Roman archaeological sites.