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|Course material (to be paid on site) (approximately)||20 EUR|
|One-to-one course (min. 5 lessons/week) (per lesson)||42 EUR|
|Exam fees to be paid online (DELE A2)
|Exam fees to be paid online (DELE B1)
|Exam fees to be paid online (DELE B2)
|Exam fees to be paid online (DELE C1)
|Supplement (per wk.) (Special diet)||10 EUR|
|Additional night compulsory
DELE: 25.05, 23.11.2019
|Extra night with host family||40 EUR|
|Extra night in a shared apartment||25 EUR|
|Supplement Accommodation high season (per wk.) (30.06-08.09.2019)||20 EUR|
|Airport transfer (on arrival) (Jerez)||60 EUR|
|Airport transfer (on arrival) (Malaga)||195 EUR|
|Airport transfer (on arrival) (Seville)||150 EUR|
Other accommodation options
|Shared apartment, double room, no meals|
Students starting their courses on bank holidays will have their language level test as usual on Monday morning but there will be no tuition.
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Famous for their warm welcome, the Spanish families who host international students in Cádiz all live within walking distance of the school. You will stay in a single room and receive half-board accommodation. Once a week, you will be able to use the washing machine to do your personal laundry, and your room will be cleaned and the sheets changed every week. This is the most authentic way to practise Spanish in everyday situations.
An apartment in town with other students or locals is a great option if you want more independence. This option is economical and convenient if you wish to become immersed in the Andalusian way of life at your own pace. You will either stay in a single or a double room (only available for students travelling together) and will be responsible for buying and cooking your own food in the shared kitchen. The common areas and facilities can be used by all of the flatmates.
Enjoy a varied leisure programme that will show you the best of Cádiz. After a tour on the first day, evenings are dedicated to presentations and debates about Spanish movies, local cuisine and the famous Andalusian people. Flamenco shows and traditional Spanish celebrations are also on the schedule. As regards sports, basketball games between students, teachers and locals will be organised. On Saturdays, a cruise to Morocco will give you the opportunity to do some shopping in Tangier’s Medina and then eat in a Moroccan restaurant downtown. Sundays are perfect for exploring Cádiz or simply enjoying the long, sandy beach.