NRCSA: Madrid - EIS

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  • Location(s): Madrid, Spain
  • Program Type(s): Study Abroad

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The lady of Spain - Madrid. Spain's capital city thrives on an enchanting mixture of traditions and modernism. In this city of close to three and a half million people one can find the Palacio Real where the crown jewels, antiques and priceless ta... read more

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The lady of Spain - Madrid. Spain's capital city thrives on an enchanting mixture of traditions and modernism. In this city of close to three and a half million people one can find the Palacio Real where the crown jewels, antiques and priceless tapestries of the Royal Family are kept. The world renown museum, the Prado, displays works of such great Masters as Goya, El Greco, Velazquez among others. Aside from its traditions, Madrid is filled with "la movida:"- a passion for the nightlife that fills the city until dawn.

The school is a pioneer institution in the teaching of foreign languages in Spain. It is a family enterprise with a large, committed staff, including teachers, administration and management personnel.

PROGRAMS
STANDARD PROGRAM
• 20 Group hrs/wk
• 50 min class hour
• 3-10 Students per class

INTENSIVE GROUP
• 30 Group hrs/wk
• 50 min class hour
• 3-10 Students per class

GROUP + TUTORIAL
• 20 Group hrs/wk
• 5 or 10 Private hrs/wk
• 50 min class hour
• 3-10 Students per class

PRIVATE CLASSES
• 10 Private hrs/wk
• 50 min class hour
• 1-1 Students per class

SEMESTER ABROAD
• 30 Group hrs/wk
• 50 min class hour
• 3-10 Students per class

Two thirds of all students stay with families. These families have been carefully selected by the school. Most families are within 20-25 minutes walking distance to school. In the event that the homestay is farther away, students can use public transportation (subway or bus), the ride being approximately 12-15 minutes. Laundry is not included in family accommodations.

Those students who wish to take a one, two, or three month course in Madrid, may be interested in renting a room in an apartment shared with other students. The rooms are furnished with bedding provided. The bathroom and kitchen are communal. Students should bring their own towels, and are expected to pay for little expenses (gas, soap, etc.). Most of the apartments are 20 minutes away by public transportation. Keys will be given to the student upon arrival on the Sunday afternoon before classes begin.

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