Spanish Language School in Salamanca
Just a five-minute walk from Salamanca’s main square in the heart of the city, Plaza Mayor, the school is a renovated 16th-century convent boasting modern facilities spread over 58,000 square feet. The beautiful architecture of the historic building opens up to a beautiful cloister at the entrance of the building. Be inspired by our wonderful teachers who are passionate about helping you learn Spanish with ease. Take advantage of the school’s free Wi-Fi, computer room, and large common area to relax as you meet new friends from all over the world, study, and begin to explore this wonderful city.
- Minimum student age: 14 years old
- Schedule: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.*
*All schools open at 8 a.m. on Mondays
- In the city center, on the corner of Gran Vía
- 5-minute walk from the Plaza Mayor, Salamanca's main square
- Renovated and modernized former convent, 5,420 m2
- 30 classrooms (up to 60 during summer)
- Staff room
- Lecture room
- Computer lab with free internet
- Wi-Fi throughout the building
- Common lounge area
- Beautiful central patio
- Spacious sporting areas
Elizaveta SlasarevaI thought my first day was going to be very difficult since I had to do a level test and find myself surrounded by lots of new people.
Yoshida Keisuke The first day I arrived at the school I couldn't speak or understand Spanish, so you can imagine how nervous I was. Even though the class was difficult for me, the teacher was very nice and that made me more comfortable.
Samantha BrittI loved Enforex. I started off learning for school, but ended up learning for my personal enjoyment. My teachers and classes where fantastic. I will recommend to my friends that they come here to learn.
Jario Barbosa da Silva My stay was perfect in Spain studying at Enforex. I had a great time during my 12 weeks. It is a very well prepared institution.
Living and learning Spanish in Salamanca is like being transported to another era: the entire city center is full of golden historic buildings dating as far back as the 13th century, when the local university was founded. To this day, Salamanca's university counts among the most reputed learning centers in the country, which, in turn, explains the huge concentration of students (roughly 30,000 of them) in what is otherwise a relatively small city (around 150,000 people). Therefore, a bustling, young population provides the perfect environment for students to enjoy learning the language and integrating into the Spanish way of life.