Learn Spanish in Spain for children: Spanish language courses, homestay programmes, Spanish immersion program for teens, high school students, secondary school students in Madrid, Barcelona, Malaga, Marbella, Granada, Valencia, south of Spain, north of Spain region..
Instituto Hemingway is a Spanish language school in Bilbao, Northern Spain that offers a range of Spanish language study abroad programs for juniors and high school (secondary school) children ages 6 - 17 years.
Accredited by the Cervantes Institute, we provide quality Spanish courses all year round at beginner to advanced levels.
We design and deliver customized programs for individuals and groups who want to learn about other cultures by studying or working abroad.
Parent Testimonial: "I put my daughter in the semester-long program in Spain. She came back speaking perfect Spanish. I was very pleased. Both the family she stayed with and the location where she lived were amazing. She will not stop talking about how much she wants to go back." - Alfred Wallace, UK
Travel & Education (T&E) offers year-round & summer study abroad Spanish Immersion programs to high school students at accredited language academies in Salamanca, in western Spain. T&E students can earn university / college credits and gain an academic advantage on their ACT/SAT scores, as studying a foreign language generally improves verbal scores.
T&E language academies Mester and Unamuno are both accredited by the Cervantes Institute and provide sociocultural activities and knowledgeable guides.
Minairó, located at 1,700 meters in the Pyrenees near the ski resort of La Molina (100km from Barcelona), north east Spain, is a Spanish language summer, musica band and multiadventure camp offering programs to children and teens aged between 8 and 16. The camps are two or three weeks long. At Minairó, not only will students engage in Spanish language training, but they will also enjoy wonderful experiences that will remain in their memory forever while forming great friendships with peers from all over the world.
Our Spanish classes have between 8 to 12 students grouped by level and age. On the first day, students take a placement test in order to evaluate their level of Spanish or English and place them with others of similar ability. The courses themselves emphasize grammar, writing, vocabulary and oral expression appropriate to each level. At the end of their stay, each student receives a report evaluating their work and participation, and a folder with all their work.