NRCSA: San Sebastian - International House Lacunza

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The NRCSA Spanish and Basque study center is located the center of San Sebastian, the cultural capital of the Basque region of Spain. The school excels in the field of methodology and teacher training. School instructors participate in regular fol... read more

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Yes, both cultural immersion and language skills that helped open my mindset to a different way of life. - Trinity University View Entire Review

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The NRCSA Spanish and Basque study center is located the center of San Sebastian, the cultural capital of the Basque region of Spain. The school excels in the field of methodology and teacher training. School instructors participate in regular follow-up training and seminars where ideas are exchanged and analysis is carried out of the latest advances at all levels: methodology, internal training, management, teaching materials for different types of students, etc.

PROGRAMS
STANDARD GROUP
-20 Group hrs/wk
-45 min class hour
-4-12 Students per class

INTENSIVE GROUP
-30 Group hrs/wk
-45 min class hour
-4-12 Students per class

GROUP + TUTORIAL
-20 Group hrs/wk
-5 Private hrs/wk
-45 min class hour
-4-12 Students per class

PRIVATE CLASSES
-20 Private hrs/wk
-45 min class hour
-1-1 Students per class

TEACHERS:METHODOLOGY AND CULTURE
-30 Group hrs/wk
-45 min class hour
-3-12 Students per class

TEACHERS:TRAINING COURSE
-30 Group hrs/wk
-45 min class hour
-3-12 Students per class

Living with a family provides many wonderful opportunities for students studying Spanish or Basque as a foreign language. Students are better able to understand and view how individuals really live in the target country, what their interests and opinions are. Homestay accommodations also provide students with a semi-structured environment vital to practicing conversation and refining communication skills.

The school works with a large number of extremely responsible, trustworthy families with various lifestyles to enable students to fit in with the one that best suits their needs.

The NRCSA school in San Sebastian also offers shared apartments as a second lodging option. This option is the most independent option. Students have their own room with a desk, and the facilities are shared: the living room, kitchen, bathrooms, washing machine. The apartments are modest and students must share in housework. The school cleans the communal facilities every two weeks.

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