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Language school Malaga – Don Quijote
This lovely Spanish school shows a keen eye for detail: not only does it offer indoor classrooms, but 2 designated outdoor lecture spaces and wonderful palm & lemon tree planted gardens containing a swimming pool to give the students their well deserved opportunity to relax and get refreshed. Exploring your surroundings, you will find that the beach and essential amenities are only a few minutes away from school. Besides the school organises abundant excursions & social activities to join.
20 group lessons per week, max. 10 students
from €169 per week
25 group lessons per week, max. 10 students
from €189 per week
Individual spanish classes, flexible hours, tailer made, fast learning, ideal for co-workers, free time activities can added on, max. 3 persons, all levels.
from €30 per lesson
SPANISH TEACHERS TRAINING:
For non-native spanish teachers, to update skills & refine difficult grammatical & conversational issues combined with cultural studies. One-to-one or Semi private lessons & pedagogy. 3 to 8 students in semi-private. Min. age is 18. Min. level: C1.
from €220 for 10 lessons (semi-private)
from €360 for 10 lessons (one-to-one)
DELE GROUP COURSE:
20 group lessons for the “Spanish as a foreign language Diploma” – examination according to your level, 3- 14 Students per class. The exam is not included.
from €490 for 2 weeks
DELE PRIVATE COURSE:
10 lessons one-to-one. Exam is not included.
From €640 for 2 weeks
Preparation & exams in four different linguistic areas: reading comprehension, listening comprehension, written expression and interaction, and oral expression and interaction. 20 lessons per week. 3-10 students per class, min. age 18.
from €490 for 2 weeks (excluding exam fees)
‘Learn for Pleasure’ – Intensive Spanish Programme with 20 lessons per week and cultural and leisure programme; activities every weekday and one weekend activity. Levels: A1 – C2. Number of students per class: Min. 6.
Themes & locations:
Carnival or Nature & Volcanoes – Tenerife
Easter or Andalusian Wine & Gastronomy – Malaga
Wine & Paella or Savour the Mediterranean- Alicante
Culture or Wine & Gastronomy – Salamanca
from €660 for 2 weeks
GAP YEAR 25:
Long term Spanish classes, 20 Intensive lessons per week + 5 specialised classes, max. 8 students, min. age is 18.
from €2550 for 16 weeks / from €4690 for 32 weeks
[+ €145 per extra week]
For children & teens who are interested in learning Spanish during their summer holidays. The summer camp will be housing up to 60% Spaniards studying English – the perfect opportunity to practise your new language with locals of the same age.
- FAMILY STAY:
Half-board or Full-board, individual or shared.
from €194 per week
- SHARED STUDENT FLAT:
Individual or shared room, private or shared bathroom.
from €89 per week
COOKING: Roll up your sleeves & learn about the regional cuisine, create & taste the flavours of Andalusia, a great way to unwind & get stuck in, several lessons per week.
SALSA DANCING: Study this “art form” and you will discover more than just a new dance: learn about the appropriate attire, facial expressions, passionate dance moves, and attitude. A great way to get active!
Don Quijote schools are also offering various other afternoon/weekend activities e.g. city tours, visits to museums, excursions to nearby towns & villages as well as Tapas tours & movie nights.
Malaga – info
Malaga is the 6th largest city in Spain and has its own sea port on the beautiful Costa del Sol. Málaga’s history can be dated over a whopping 3000 years back in time with Romans, Muslims & Castilians involved, shaping the towns very architectural presence. You can find a Roman amphitheatre next to the Moorish Alcazar fortress & the Muslim palace of Gibralforo.
Apart from the various cathedrals, narrow moorish town quarters, wide plazas and ocean promenades, one of the places definitely worth while visiting is the Museum of Pablo Picasso, who was born in this magnificent town.
Things to do in Malaga:
El Palo – fishing district: Visit the beach bars here and taste the traditional Espeto de Sardinas, grilled on a stick over a fire.
Jardín botánico de la Concepcion: Discover 2000 species of plants from all over the world, a wide range of birds and great architecture like an aqueduct from the 18th century, Palace – House and the Loringian Museum. An oasis of nature, art & culture!
Atarazanas market: Spend the morning in this colourful Arabic style building, buying the freshest meat, fruit, veg, cheese and fish Malaga has to offer and soak in the vibes of this historical location that once housed a 14th century – shipyard, convent, fort and hospital, with one of its original moorish arches still intact.
Gibralforo castle & Alcazaba: Head up the hill for a bit of history, wonderful gardens & great views on a Sunday afternoon (free entry).