Spanish for Tourism in Granada

Overall rating: 9 based on 1 reviews

Program Description

Besides the Standard Spanish cource, students will also attend 2 private classes per day.
The Spanish classes are capped at 8 students per group and are held from Monday to Friday between 09.00 and 14.00 h. There are 6 Spanish lessons every day, lasting 45 minutes each. Students are placed into groups (A1/A2/B1/B2/C1/C2) based on the results of their placement exams. Our teachers are skilled at evaluating students' language skills. Starting dates for all levels in 2018: every Monday.

The private classes focus on phrases and vocabulary of the tourism industry. Are you interested in working for a travel agency, hotel, congress, or any other sector in the tourism industry, then this is the programme for you.
This programme will prepare you for the examination to obtain the Madrid Chamber of Commerce Certificate in Tourism ("Certificado Básico", "Certificado Superior"). If they so wish, students are able to participate in a final examination to obtain these certificates.

Highlights

Students can add to their overall learning experience by participating in fun activities
- Conferences and film broadcasts
- Visits to the Arabic bath which includes massage
- Tango and Flamenco workshops (also guitar and cajón)
- Visits to the Alhambra, the old Moorish quarter of the Albaicín or the Sacromonte gypsy quarter
- Visits to interesting villages or gorgeous beaches
- Hiking, rock climbing or horseback riding in Sierra Nevada National Park
- Cooking courses along with wine or olive oil tasting
- Tapa tours
- Yoga courses
- Photo trails
- Visit to St. Joseph's cemetery
- Weekend trips to Cordoba, Seville or Morocco

What`s Included

Included in the course price:
Level-testing, Standard Spanish course, Spanish classes for tourism, educational material (photocopies and textbooks), the costs of some of the activities included in the cultural programme, certificate of attendance and language exchange where applicable, administration costs, information about Granada, free Internet access/WIFI, use of library and multimedia room.

Not included in the course price:
Enrollment fee (50 €), examination fee (115 € to 130 €), airport transfers, travel insurance, costs of some of the activities included in the cultural programme, final examination, accommodation.

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Program Locations

Granada, Spain

Overall rating 
9
Experience
10
Program Administration
8
Living Conditions
8
Cultural Immersion
10
Social Life
8
Health and Safety
10
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Program Details

Provider:
Escuela Montalban
Location
  • Spain: Granada
Duration:
1-2 weeks
School Term:
Throughout the year
Language:
Spanish
Participants:
WorldWide
Cost:
1 week: 430,00 € / 2 weeks: 860,00 €

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    Review by: Dilara Duman , On: 09 Nov 2016, Changed On: 09 Nov 2016 | Yes, I would recommend this program
    Going for tapas is one of the most popular activities for visitors to Spain. Most people agree that tapas are snacks, canapés or small plates that originate in Spain. But many don't realize that tapas come in many different forms and can vary greatly. You can have vegetarian once, with meat or of course with seafood. And in Granada there are for free. If you order one drink, for example vino tinto, you get a tapa for free!

    The Granada's nightlife is pretty funky and lively and the people are very relaxed, funny and hostfriendly. There are so many places which you can visit. In every atmosphere like in bars and clubs are great moods. In every Tapas bar you’ll have Tapas for free which are very delicious. You also can visit Sacromonte to see the sunset before the nightlife begins and also the whole lighted city.
    Overall rating 
    9
    Experience
    10
    Program Administration
    8
    Living Conditions
    8
    Cultural Immersion
    10
    Social Life
    8
    Health and Safety
    10

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