If you are looking for a language school in Spain but are bewildered by the choice of locations on offer – don’t worry. As well as offering a great choice of language schools, we can also offer you expert advice on choosing the right language school for you at the very best price. The perfect combination of quality and price For many students, price is the driving factor when it comes to choosing a language course. But of course, the cheapest school may not offer the best overall package for …CONTINUE READING

Our ultimate guide to the Best Spanish Language Schools in Spain just got even better! In fact, thearticle has proved to be so popular that we have decided to extend our Top 5 list to include the Top 8 Best Spanish Language Schools in Spain. That means that finding a Spanish language school to suit your individual requirements should now be even easier! How did we compile the list? We have drawn up a list of eight of the best Spanish language schools from all over Spain. To compile the …CONTINUE READING

Does an expensive Spanish school always guarantee a better quality experience? In this article, we compare the most and least expensive schools that we at UniSpain offer: Malaca Instituto and Hispania Valencia, respectively. Malaca Instituto is widely considered to be the best private Spanish school in the country, whereas Hispania Valencia is known to be a cost-effective option. Of course, it is not one of the cheapest schools in the country, because we only work with the best schools in Spain. However, amongst the established schools with good reputations, it …CONTINUE READING

In today’s globally-connected world, everyone knows the importance of speaking more than one language. Whether to boost your career, to be able to travel or just for fun, language skills are highly valued. But why learn Spanish over any other language? UniSpain investigates… Number of speakers There are approximately 470 million native speakers of Spanish, making it the second most spoken language in the world. In fact, there are more native speakers of Spanish than English! What’s more- the proportion of the world population that speaks Spanish as a native …CONTINUE READING

When it comes to learning a foreign language, should you go to university, or select a particular language school? It’s not an easy question to answer, is it? That’s because learning isn’t so cut and dried and the pros and cons of each need to be delved into, before such a decision can be made. Still, there is one question that can be easily answered and that is, is it better to learn a language in your home town, or in the foreign country in question? We can learn a …CONTINUE READING

Want to study Spanish in Spain but have no idea where to start? Here at UniSpain we have created a Help Choosing Tool which does exactly what it says on the tin– helps you to choose where in Spain, and at which school specifically, to study Spanish! It doesn’t matter if you have no previous knowledge of Spain or no idea about Spanish schools; we have created this tool to give you a quick introduction to the various options in order to help you start your search. Just answer a …CONTINUE READING

Arranging accommodation in Spain can seem daunting but there is no need to stress. Below we discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the two choices available: finding your own accommodation or booking it through a school or agent. Key factors to consider are the length of your Spanish course, whether you have any special requests, and of course your budget.   Nowadays, the market is changing. If you want to look for a flat yourself, there is a multitude of (usually free) websites where you can create a profile and …CONTINUE READING

This is one of the key issues that students have when booking Spanish courses in Spain: deciding whether to book with an agent or with the school itself. To guide you, we have compiled a list of the main advantages of each option.   Agency Objective advice Schools themselves will always promote their own courses. However, as agencies work with a wide number of schools and receive commission from each one, they will offer an objective view of which city you should study in and in which school specifically. Language …CONTINUE READING

Here at UniSpain we have compiled a list of Do’s and Don’ts to guide you when studying Spanish in Spain. Let’s take a look at some of the things you definitely shouldn’t miss out on, as well as some of the things to avoid.   Do: Fully immerse yourself You are in Spain! Watch Spanish TV, listen to Spanish music on the radio, read Spanish newspapers and magazines…Make every effort to read, write, listen to, and speak Spanish at all times. Keep a small notebook with you and jot down any …CONTINUE READING

Now you may be thinking, why learn Spanish in Spain when I can learn it at home? Nowadays, language learning has become so much more advanced and there is a whole range of textbooks, computer programs and apps, all of which allow you to learn a language in the comfort of your own home country. Isn’t it cheaper, more convenient and therefore better to learn Spanish at home? Here we discuss why this is quite simply not the case… Immersion If you choose to learn Spanish in Spain, total immersion …CONTINUE READING