Santiago de Compostela


Characteristics

  • Internet doesn´t have  Internet
  • Library doesn´t have  Library
  • Computer room doesn´t have  Computer room
  • Cafe doesn´t have  Cafe
  • Tea or coffee machine doesn´t have  Tea or coffee machine
  • Garden doesn´t have  Garden
  • Wifi doesn´t have  Wifi
  • Student lounge doesn´t have  Student lounge
  • Prayer room doesn´t have  Prayer room
  • Kitchenette doesn´t have  Kitchenette
  • Support deparment for the students doesn´t have  Support deparment for the students

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Holidays

  • 01/01/2019
  • 18/04/2019
  • 19/04/2019
  • 01/05/2019
  • 25/07/2019
  • 15/08/2019




Accreditations

The school is accredited by:

Bildungsurlaub

CSN

Instituto Cervantes


Strongest Points

  • Its proximity to other cities of Galicia
  • Its cultural heritage, declared UNESCO heritage
  • One of the holy cities of Christianity

Study Spanish in Santiago de Compostela

Santiago de Compostela is the capital of Galicia and headquarters of its Autonomous Government. It is a small city: 90,000 inhabitants and 45 minutes walking between its ends. It is also quiet and cozy. A place that every year millions of people come from all over the world, many of them travel the Camino de Santiago. Its Historical Center has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Speaking of the capital of Galicia it is very important to mention the Way, a thousand-year pilgrimage route that emerged in the ninth century and that since then joined this place with the rest of Europe. Every year thousands and thousands of pilgrims take this route by  themselves, on foot, by bicycle or even on horseback, to experience this adventure and spirituality, and whose final goal is the Cathedral of Santiago, one of the holy cities of Christianity It is without a doubt, an unforgettable and different trip through Spain.

It is a young and fun city: one third of its population is made up of university students. The university spirit of Santiago spreads joy and vitality. The 35,000 students who study at their university each year give the city this special atmosphere. And, of course, do not miss the night of Santiago, when bars, pubs and nightclubs open their doors. The city never sleeps. Its areas of march are the best test, with numerous premises and terraces for a public of all kinds.

Santiago is a cultural destination not only because of its monumental heritage, but also its impressive activity throughout the year: music, lectures, theater, cinema, concerts, exhibitions, festivals ... It has a cultural and leisure offer that lasts all the year, with annual programming in the Auditorium of Galicia, in theaters, in museums and in the streets and squares of the city. At certain times this offer becomes more intense: Cineuropa in the month of November; concerts for all tastes during the celebrations of the Apostle in the month of July and of the Ascension in the month of May; traditional celebrations through the streets of the city on the night of San Juan in June; outdoor dance festival, in the month of June; the Celebrations of the Apostle Santiago, in the month of July, declared of International Tourist Interest.

The origins of the city date back to the 10th century. It is a beautiful city and of great historical and artistic value. Cultural Heritage of Humanity, as the Road that leads to it, and with one of the largest and best preserved historical centers in Spain. It is surrounded by an extensive set of parks and green areas easily accessible and very well integrated into the city. Santiago has many parks and gardens.


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Standard course

20 group lessons a week. Every day there is a half-hour break for coffee with the teachers.

Most of your Spanish course will be devoted to speaking and reserve a little time to devote to teaching the grammatical rules that allow you to talk so much.

Start dates for beginners in 2019:

July 04, August 01, September 05, October 03, November 07, December 12


Start dates for those who already hav basic level of the language:

June 20, July 18, August 22, September 19, October 17, November 21

Characteristics

  • Course duration from 1 week
  • Lecciones per Week  20
  • Duration of Classes  45 Minutes
  • Timetables Morning/afternoon
  • Level test  Yes
  • Accredited Diploma  Yes
  • Level  A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2.
  • Maximum students per class in summer  8
  • Average during the rest of year  5
  • Minimum age  17

Intensive course

25 group lessons per week. This course has the same structure as Standard 20, but with 5 extra lessons per week focused on improving oral communication.

Most of your Spanish course will be devoted to speaking and reserve a little time to devote to teaching the grammatical rules that allow you to talk so much.

Start dates for beginners in 2019:

July 04, August 01, September 05, October 03, November 07, December 12


Start dates for those who already hav basic level of the language:

June 20, July 18, August 22, September 19, October 17, November 21

Characteristics

  • Course duration from 1 week
  • Lecciones per Week  25
  • Duration of Classes  45 Minutes
  • Timetables Morning/afternoon
  • Level test  Yes
  • Accredited Diploma  Yes
  • Level  A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2.
  • Maximum students per class in summer  8
  • Average during the rest of year  5
  • Minimum age  17

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Extra-curricular Activities

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Accommodation

Shared apartments in the city

Double or single rooms, exterior, equipped with desk and heating. They have a washing machine and a fully equipped kitchen. Cleaning service in common areas (bathrooms, kitchen, living room ...) once a week. Students must clean their own rooms. Includes sheets and towels. Between 4 and 6 people per floor.

Availability: All the year

Room Type: Single/double

Deposit fee: 100€

Characteristics

  • Internet it has Internet
  • Private bathroom doesn´t have  Private bathroom
  • Laundry facilities doesn´t have  Laundry facilities
  • Cleaning service it has Cleaning service
  • Wifi doesn´t have  Wifi
  • Kitchen it has Kitchen
  • Kithchen Utensils it has Kithchen Utensils
  • Security service doesn´t have  Security service
  • Bed-linen it has Bed-linen
  • Towels it has Towels
  • Breakfast doesn´t have  Breakfast
  • Half Board doesn´t have  Half Board
  • Full Board doesn´t have  Full Board

Host family in the city

Staying with a local family is a great way to get to know the culture better while enjoying domestic comforts. Live as they live, eat what they eat and practice the language with them when they are at home.

Availability: All the year

Room Type: Single/double

Check-in: Sunday

Check-out: Saturday

Characteristics

  • Internet doesn´t have  Internet
  • Private bathroom doesn´t have  Private bathroom
  • Laundry facilities doesn´t have  Laundry facilities
  • Cleaning service doesn´t have  Cleaning service
  • Wifi doesn´t have  Wifi
  • Kitchen doesn´t have  Kitchen
  • Kithchen Utensils doesn´t have  Kithchen Utensils
  • Security service doesn´t have  Security service
  • Bed-linen it has Bed-linen
  • Towels doesn´t have  Towels
  • Breakfast it has Breakfast
  • Half Board it has Half Board
  • Full Board it has Full Board

How to get there

How to get to Santiago de Compostela

The international airport of Santiago de Compostela is 9 km from the city center and has regular flights to major European cities such as London, Madrid, Paris, Barcelona, ​​Seville, Dublin, Rome, Frankfurt, Milan or Bilbao. It is located just 10 kilometers from the city center, in Lavacolla. From the airport you can get to Santiago by taxi, with an approximate price of € 21. You can also arrive by bus, whose journey to the historic center costs € 3.

By bus it communicates with cities such as Madrid, Barcelona, ​​Seville or Bilbao, and with other European countries such as Portugal, Germany, France, Holland, Belgium or Switzerland. The bus station is also very close to the historic center.

The railway lines are another good option to comfortably access Santiago. There are daily trains that connect the city with Madrid, San Sebastián, Hendaye and Barcelona. Through a single transshipment, you can also access Barcelona, ​​Bilbao, Portugal and Paris daily and almost all important national destinations. In addition, you can visit Santiago de Compostela through the Transcantábrico tourist train. It is a panoramic train that runs through the north and northwest of Spain, the Green Spain, from San Sebastian, in the Basque Country, to Santiago de Compostela.




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