How long can I come for?
There is no minimum booking, however we would encourage a 3 or 4 week stay to make the most of your time abroad.
What if I don't speak any Spanish?
This is fine. From the moment you reach the airport until you go home, we will be on hand to ensure you have a safe, enjoyable, worthwhile stay and most importantly, improve your Spanish! You will find that your Spanish improves quickly once you are with us, having the opportunity to practice your Spanish every day.
If I am finding the Spanish lessons difficult, can I change my learning level?
Yes, you can. Your teacher will monitor your progress carefully and can move you to a different learning level at any time that is right for you.
How much pocket money should I bring with me?
This is really up to you. It should be enough to pay for extras such as optional excursions or gifts.
What if I have medical concerns?
We have good links with local doctors and hospitals should you need to visit them. Students who have any regular medication should bring this with them in correctly labelled packaging, which clearly states doses and times of administration.
Examples of types of medication students should carry themselves are:
• Preventatives for severe allergies
• Insulin pens
• 'Reliever' inhalers
What items should I bring with me?
• Casual clothes for everyday wear
• Warm sweaters
• Something to wear at a party
• Waterproof walking shoes
• A warm coat/jacket (preferably waterproof)