Discover the best Spanish language schools in Malaga, to learn Spanish. Take a look at Ruralidays’ selection and choose the best language school in Malaga.
Would you like to learn Spanish and spend some time in the marvellous city of Malaga? Studying a language in the country where that language is spoken is the best way to learn about the culture, both during classes and in daily life.
Malaga offers a wide range of Spanish language schools, which offers specific courses for all levels, leisure activities to get to know the city and the local culture and even accommodation proposals. In this article, you will find the top 7 language schools; after having read it, you will be able to choose the one that fits you best.
1. Academia CILE – Centro Internacional de Lengua española
CILE language school is one of the best known in Malaga. It’s located in the Old Town, a 10-minute walk from the beach. It offers a wide range of Spanish courses for all levels and modalities, from standard, 1-week courses to intensive and super-intensive. It also offers courses in preparation for DELE exam and courses that target specific areas to improve previous knowledge. Classes are connected with leisure activities, which include visits to the city, trips throughout Andalusia, Flamenco shows, Tapas routes, bike tours and much more. ,
2. Instituto Picasso
Picasso institute is located in a historical building in Plaza de la Merced, where the famous painter was born. Because this is one of the most attended squares in Malaga, the Instituto Picasso is a perfect place for diving into the Spanish culture. The school offers year-round courses and each of them lasts at least one week, from Monday to Friday. Students can start any Monday of the year, by integrating into the right level course, unless they are beginners and start in the basic course.
The Picasso Institute offers various kinds of courses, which include literature, history, culture, hotel industry and courses in preparation for DELE exam, as this school is authorised by the Cervantes Institute. Like the majority of the language schools, the Instituto Picasso also offers a wide range of leisure activities to let you get in contact with the local culture, the best way to learn Spanish.
Enforex language school is located in the Old Town, in a recently-renovated building near the Thyssen museum. It offers a wide range of 10-, 20-, 25- or 30-hour long intensive courses, one-to-one classes, internship programs, classes for groups and training for official exams such as DELE and SIELE. The courses last at least one week, they start every Monday of the year, and they usually have 5 students per class. The school also offers a program of activities and organised trips with the school’s teachers.
4. Cervantes Escuela Internacional
This school is an Authorised centre of Cervantes Institute and a founder member of the reference organisations in Spanish as a Second Language; therefore, it offers professional training in learning Spanish. The school is located in the eastern part of Malaga, in Pedregalejo district. In addition to offering various courses, this school lets you choose among various accommodation options: in a private or shared apartment, or with a host family. A weekly activity program is offered to all the students so that they can enjoy the city of Malaga and learn faster during their stay.
5. On Spain Language School
It’s a language school authorised by Cervantes Institute, and there are two schools in Malaga: one in the Soho district and the other in Pedregalejo. It offers intensive Spanish courses for all levels, Spanish courses for scholars and internship programs, thanks to which you will be able to live an authentic experience in a Spanish company. The school offers various cultural activities, from Monday to Friday, in the afternoon, besides trips throughout Andalusia, being this one of the most effective ways to learn Spanish in Malaga.
OnSpain playa: 12, calle Pintor Martínez Cubells, 29017, Malaga
6. Instituto Andalusí
The Andalusí institute is located in the eastern part of Malaga, in a splendid Andalusian-style villa in El Palo district, near the promenade. The school offers a wide range of courses for all ages: for people between 12 and 17 years old, for grown-ups, for older than 50 years, as well as classes for groups, families and even online.
7. Centro Internacional de Español de la Universidad de Málaga (CIE-UMA)
This school relies on a high-quality experience in teaching Spanish as a Second Language, being an authorised centre by the Cervantes Institute. It provides courses for all levels, together with cultural programs for more effective learning. For more advanced learning, this centre is authorised by the Cervantes Institute for the execution of the CCSE exam, which is needed to obtain Spanish citizenship.
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