Live the Adventure of a Lifetime
The long-term programs consist of our intensive group Spanish course that is 20 lessons per week for 3, 6, 9 or 12 months. If you need to learn Spanish for university, for a job or to improve your CV, or to just learn a new skill, this is a guaranteed way to meet that goal and to have a life-changing experience in Barcelona.
|Program||Spanish Course Length||Vacation Time||Total Weeks||Price||Extra Week Price|
|3 Month - Program||14||0||14||165|
|6 Month - Program||22||4||26||140|
|9 Month - Program||32||6||38||140|
|12 Month - Program||40||8||48||120|
|Custom Length||Click here for a quotation »|
- Enrollment Visa Letter with Cervantes Accreditation
- Personalized Visa Assistance from our Support Staff
- Further, in-country Assistance for Local Documentation
- Professional Workshops for Long-Term Programs
- Access to our Free Weekly Cultural Activities
- 24/7 Emergency Assistance
- Cervantes-Accredited End of Course Certificate
- 1 Week Free Trial of our Online Courses
In my 4 weeks I learned a lot and I loved the school. The teachers are very kind. I like that there are different nationalities and different ages. It is a good school to learn fast. I have done many exchanges but this school was the best I have been so far.
I enjoyed learning spanish a lot. It was always fun and I learned a lot. The teachers at Expanish are great and take their instructions seriously. I would definitely recommend this school to anybody else!
I only have a good experience of Expanish. The school is very modern and the teachers are very passionate about their work. Due to the activities is very easy to get to know others students. I took the 20 hours and it’s perfect, then you have time to explore the city in the afternoon and practice spanish with locals.
Can I work during my time in Spain?
Yes, if you are on a student visa in Spain you may work up to 20 hours per week after completing the paperwork to get a work permit. This is done after arrival and can take several months to complete, so we recommend that students should not expect to work right away. Expanish can provide a guide to completing this process, so ask our admissions or on-site staff for advice.
Do I need a visa to do a long-term program?
This is true for non-EU passport holders. The maximum length for most tourist visas in the Schengen Area is 90 days, so a student visa is required to study for longer periods. We recommend that each student contact their nearest Spanish consulate to get updated information regarding student visa requirements and the application process.
How long in advance do I need to register in order to start?
Expanish recommends that students finalize their registration with Expanish at least 8 weeks prior to departure in order to give ample time to apply for the visa and receive a response in time.
How does the payment work? Can I pay in installments?
In order to receive an enrollment letter as part of your visa application, Expanish requires the full payment of the program. Students may make payments in monthly installments, however, the full amount needs to be completed to receive the enrollment verification so if you plan on paying in installments it is best to plan in advance. Get in touch with our admissions team for details about paying in installments.
Can I take a break from classes during my program?
Yes, each long-term program has weeks of vacation included. These are automatically placed at the end of the stay, however, students may request to take their vacation during the middle of program as well. Vacation will allow students to take a break for the intensive classes and have the option to travel around Spain or Europe.