Learn Spanish in Santiago
Learn Spanish in Santiago, the capital of Chile, nestled in the foothills of the Andes. Santiago is the vibrant, political and cultural heart of Chile. Beneath the mammoth backdrop of the Andes lies a curious mix of soaring skyscrapers, neoclassical architecture, Spanish colonial bungalows, and dignified boulevards.
The Spanish language school in Santiago is located in Providencia. The area is very popular with locals and language students alike because of its many restaurants, bars and cafes and the nearby parks.
CESA Plus Points:
- A relaxed college atmosphere
- Ideal for adults & Gap Year students
- Learn to dance salsa, cook regional dishes
- At the foot of the Andes, the city provides great access for local skiing and snowboarding opportunities
The Spanish language course in Santiago was brilliant and met all my expectations. The staff and teachers at the language school were all very welcoming and helpful. I found it more daunting than I thought I would as many people didn’t speak any English and I had naively thought everyone would do.
Miss Knox – 3 weeks Read full review
- School established: 2000
- Course duration:
Group tuition: 1-12 weeks +
Private tuition: 1 week +
- Minutes per lesson: 50
- Minimum age: 18
Average age: 23
- No. of classrooms: 18
- Number of students:
Quietest months: 50 + per month
Busiest months: 100 + per month
About the School
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The Spanish language school in Santiago is located in a quiet side street in a residential neighbourhood of Providencia. The area is very popular with locals and Spanish language students alike because of its many restaurants, bars and cafes and the nearby parks.
The Spanish school is easily accessible with great bus route and metro connections. Located in a pretty blue and white painted, three storey building. There are 18 classrooms, a small library and a computer room where students have access to 6 computers (with free internet and WIFI access). There is a good sized common area where students can relax out of class, also a large patio (+ table tennis table). The large outdoor patio is a great place for students to sit out and relax or study during sunny days and is frequently used as a barbecue area (very popular with past students!).
The Spanish school in Santiago is generally at its busiest in January to March and June to September, hosting 50 + students in any one week. The staff offer classes for all language levels, from Beginner to Advanced Spanish level, across 9 different ability groups – so there is sure to be a class that is appropriate to your personal language needs.