Spanish Courses in Santiago
Our Spanish school in Santiago features a diverse course schedule with unique class offerings that are specifically designed to guide students to fluency more efficiently. For most students, the pathway to fluency usually begins with the fundamentals. Our Santiago Spanish school offers several different courses that highlight the importance of reading, writing and grammar. Knowing and demonstrating proper grammar is essential to mastering the language on a verbal level. Using the correct verb choices, pronoun genders and sentence structures will help make your conversations much more engaging.
Students enjoying a game of table tennis at our Spanish school in Santiago.
Because frequent practice is such an important aspect to becoming a fluent Spanish speaker, our Spanish courses in Santiago also provide conversation-based classes that allow small groups of four to develop their oral communication skill through regular discussion. Discussions cover a wide range of topics, and with only four students per class, students will get plenty of repetition. Students will also get to choose from our diverse selection of elective courses to further immerse themselves in Spanish culture, literature and more.
In addition, our Santiago Spanish school pushes students to experience the city outside of the classroom. Whether it’s venturing out and engaging with locals or opting for our homestay accommodations, we like students to experience the natural beauty of Santiago and its people.
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With the abundance of incredible things to do and see in Chile, there’s never a dull moment. Between the number of restaurants, museums, parks, architecture, shopping, and more – each day will be filled with endless opportunities to explore.
Outside the Spanish immersion school in Santiago, Chile.
For a more traditional immersion experience in Santiago, we recommend heading to the popular Santa Lucia Arts & Crafts Market which offers plenty of handmade crafts and souvenirs. There’s also a number of museums in the area that are worth visiting including the National History Museum, La Chascona, the Museum of Contemporary Art, the Museum of Science and Technology and the Museum of Fashion.
The eclectic neighborhoods of Santiago make the barrios wonderful places to explore as well. From the historic barrio of Bellavista to the beautiful Paris-Londres, each neighborhood possesses a different flavor and are great examples of Chile’s unique culture.
With the nearby Andes well within reach, Santiago is the perfect destination for travelers who crave the outdoors. Skiing, hiking and climbing tours are available all throughout the city and rental equipment is offered at very reasonable prices, making it an accessible option for students.
Santa Lucia park is within walking distance of the Spanish institute in Santiago.
If you don’t feel like traveling too far from where you’re staying, there are numerous nearby parks with excellent vantage points. One of the most popular parks is Parque Metropolitano which features spectacular views, a zoo, botanical gardens and swimming pools and more. Other excellent park options include Parque Forestal, Cerro Santa Lucia, and Parque Bicentenario.
As the largest city in Chile, Santiago is easily accessible through the Arturo Merino Benitez International Airport. One thing to note, however, is that visitors from certain countries will have to pay a one-time fee that lasts 90 days allowing multiple entries.
Group discussion class at our Spanish school in Santiago.
Those entering Santiago by car or bus will not have to pay the fee. If entering on the Autopista Central, make sure to have a TAG or day pass on hand that can be purchased at many service stations in the area.