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|One-to-one course (per lesson) (Max. 4 lessons/week)||21 USD|
|One-to-one course (5 lessons/week) (per week)||100 USD|
|One-to-one course (10 lessons/week)||195 USD|
|Exam fees to be paid online (DELE)
At least 10 weeks before the exam date: www.donquijote.org/DELE
|Extra night with host family, no meals||29 USD|
|Extra night in a shared apartment (no meals)||30 USD|
|Apartment deposit (to be paid on site)||100 USD|
|Airport transfer (on arrival) (Quito)||59 USD|
Other accommodation options
|Host family, single room, full board|
|Shared apartment, double room, no meals|
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Living with a host family during your stay in Quito is an excellent opportunity to immerse yourself in the Ecuadorian culture whilst having the chance to practise your Spanish daily outside of class in informal and authentic contexts. Our partner school carefully selects local host families and they generally live max. 15 minutes away from the school. You will stay in a single room and have the choice between having half board or full board provided.
Our partner school also proposes accommodation in a shared apartment, around 15 minutes' walking distance away from the language school building. Staying in a single room, you will share the common facilities with your flatmates, including a large equipped kitchen, a large living room, a terrace and 2 bathrooms. This option represents a very good opportunity to meet international students and to share the experience of a language study stay in Ecuador with them.
Please note: The doors to the rooms in the apartment cannot be locked (only the main entrance to the apartment can be locked).
The school offers a wide choice of social and cultural activities. A visit to Quito will give you the opportunity to discover the Ecuadorian culture, through the sensuality and rhythm of the dances, the rich cuisine or the debates and conferences on the Latin-American world. You can also go to Otavalo on the Pan-American, which is famous for its market; ride horses in Baños, in the Valley of the Andes; or even take yourself to the middle of the world, with the equator only 22 km north of Quito! Not to mention the well-conserved remains of pre-Columbian civilisations, the national park of Cotopaxi or the thermal spas of Papallacta.