Spanish courses in Madrid

Study Spanish courses in Madrid, one of our partner schools which is located near the university neighbourhood of Madrid. The nearest metro is Arguelles with a 10 minute walk from Plaza Mayor. Alternatively, there are 9 different bus routes that you can take to get to the school too. The classrooms are all equipped with audio-visual equipment, Wi-Fi and a computer room with internet access.

The classrooms are fitted to your needs with facilites that will help develop your Spainsh language skills. Being in the university as part of the citydistrict of Madrid, you will always have the chance to use your Spanish outside of your classes with other students. This is a great (and fundamental) way to put your Spanish skills into action during your language course.


Facts about Madrid

Madrid is the capital of Spain. It is located in the centre of the peninsula and has a wealth of things to do and see, from Art Galleries to Museums and Monuments. There are great places to visit, all within a short walk or Metro ride away from the Language school.

Madrid is the largest city and also the capital of Spain. The population of the city is roughly 3,3 million and the entire population of the Madrid metropolitan area is calculated to be around 6,5 million.

Total Area 605,8 km²
Province Madrid

Interesting places in Madrid: Museo Nacional Del Prado, Buen Retiro Park, Royal Palace of Madrid, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum

Things to Do, See and Enjoy in Madrid

Shopping: Gran Via, is the main street in the city, it leads from Plaza de España right to Retiro Park. Along this route you will find Fuencarral, the main shopping street in the city.

Sights to see: Plaza de Sol is a tourist hotspot. It has the famous Tree and Bear statue that is the symbol of Madrid as a province. It is a great meeting place with a hub of people gathered every evening. From Plaza de Sol, everything is within walking distance, to the San Miguel Market, Plaza de Mayor and the Palace.

Grab a coffee: There are many great restaurants in Madrid. From classic Spanish tapas bars, to more international chains serving standardised food. There is a lot of variety between them, and you can never get bored of choice. You will find lots of them close to the Language school, full of other students from the University that is close by.

The Palace: Towards the South of the City the Palace is situated near the River, the closest metro is Ópera.

Relax in the Park: Retiro Park is at the end of Gran Vía. It is a great City Park, with boating on the small lake and plenty of places to relax with friends for a siesta and picnic in your free time.

Travel around the city: With the metro, things are never that far away. Madrid also has a great bus service, and inner-city train system (Cercanias), alongside larger train stations reaching other cities and destinations across Spain, for example: Barcelona, Sevilla, Valencia, and many more. The main train stations are Atocha and Chamartin. They are the easiest way to travel on the weekends.  

Price example: 4 weeks Spanish courses in Madrid

Language course

*€6764 weeks


5164 weeks


**€12574 weeks

*Course material is not included
**Including registration fee (€65)