Posts Categorized: Meet the School

Meet the School: Valencia’s Academic Director

In order to travel abroad and successfully learn a language, we need to set out certain personal and specific goals. It’s essential to keep an open mind, free of preconceived prejudices, to build up tolerance towards cultural diversity, and, of course, to hold certain intellectual curiosity.

Meet the School: Barcelona’s Head of Studies

The philosophy I’ve always tried to apply is a consideration of the student as a guest, and as such we should try to make their experience unique, to give them an experience they’ll remember for the remainder of their life, learn a language, but also become familiar with another lifestyle that will enrich their personal and professional future.

Meet the School: Madrid’s General Director

Don Quijote is a Spanish school and we can find a completely professional service but only within an environment that’s friendly and cordial. The teachers are highly skilled but also very personable. The location of the school and its facilities are excellent.

Meet the School: Barcelona’s Academic Coordinator

After returning from Germany, I sought work in the Spanish field as a foreign language instructor to continue to learn and understand this industry better.

Meet the School: Salamanca’s Academic Director

The location of our school and our accommodations in the center of the city makes sure everything is close at hand. Salamanca is a very safe city for its residents and all visitors are greeted with warmth and respect.

Meet the School: Amman’s Founder

As a university professor I value high-quality education. Therefore, I think of my school as an academy rather than a company offering education. This has been reflected on how we recruit our instructors, and on how we treat our agents and students.

Meet the School: A Student in Valencia

“I am so glad I came to this school. I want to advise my city to start a Spanish program, because Spanish is an important (and fun) language.”

Meet the School: Valencia’s Director

“Valencia is the third largest city in Spain, perfect for students seeking beautiful weather and a low cost of living. In Valencia, you get the advanatges of a town and a city, because the distances are not long and communication is very good!”

Meet the School: A Student in Valencia

“A great thing about the program here is that we have the ability to get to know more about Spanish culture.”

Meet the School: A Teacher in Valencia

“The most challenging thing is ensuring our students reach a good language level and leave the school feeling satisfied.”