Intensive, Semi-Intensive, Evening or Long-Term Spanish Courses
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Intensive Spanish Course
This is the most popular option for students who are studying in Spain. Normally an Intensive Spanish course is 20h/week (4h/day). Some schools offer their Intensive course both in the mornings and afternoons.
This is the fastest and most efficient way of learning Spanish. You make sure you practice several hours every day and you will be practising speaking, listening, grammar, reading, and writing, so that you will build your confidence as quickly as possible.
Here we have listed some schools which we think got the best Intensive Spanish Courses:
Semi-Intensive Spanish Course
This course is perfect for those who who wish to learn Spanish for 2 hours per day, with personal time to study something else or work or just want to explore the city of Barcelona. With the semi-intensive Spanish course is perfect if you want to proceed from very little Spanish to advanced proficiency in a rapid paste.
The program covers all of the major language skills including: grammar, vocabulary, conversation, pronunciation, listening comprehension, reading, and writing.
Here you can find our top choices for semi-intensive Spanish courses:
Evening Spanish Course
The Evening Spanish Courses are designed for students who are not available to attend classes during the day (either because of other studies or work). Normally the evening courses take place 2 times per week 2 or 3 hours at the time.
You can find the best Evening Spanish Courses listed here:
Long-Term Spanish Courses
The long-term Spanish courses are dedicated for those who REALLY want to learn Spanish properly. If you are dedicated to your studies, you can become fluent by the time you have finished your Spanish course.
The Long-Term Spanish courses are also popular amongst the non-EU students who need a student visa to Spain to study here. You can read more about how to get a student visa here:
The long-term Spanish courses can vary much in price depending on what you are after. The schools accredited with Cervantes are normally more expensive, but there are also some budget alternatives that are really good. Read more about the schools we recommend here:
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