Language travel, Spanish course
every Monday, all year round
Happy to help you
(+1) 954 762 7607
(+56) 23245 9801
(+49) 7735 425 339
8 am - 4 pm EST
Our Spanish school is located in a pretty old house with a nice flair in Uruguay's capital Montevideo. It is situated right in the beautiful and quiet Parque Rodo district, from where it is easy to reach the historic city center. There are plenty of bars, restaurants and green parks close to the school that invite you to linger. The school guarantees quality lessons and a lot of fun learning Spanish.
The school is equipped with well-furnished classrooms, a cozy lounge and a computer room with free internet access for the students. There is also a kitchen, where cooking classes can take place, as well as a terrace with a backyard, where students like to hang out during breaks or after class and make plans for their free time.
Thanks to the excellent connection to the public transport network, other parts of the city can be reached quickly and easily.
The Spanish school in Montevideo is attended by students from all over the world. The audience is very mixed and from all ages, but primarily students between 20 and 40 years.
Are regularly offered by the language school (e.g. city tours, cooking classes, dancing classes, excursions, sports, grammar workshops, conversation exercises, etc.). The aactivities can be subject to change and some require an additional payment on site.
Internet WiFi is available in the school and can be used free of charge by the students.
Uruguay's capital Montevideo is often referred to as the “little sister” of Buenos Aires. In fact, they are similar, as are the cultures of Argentina and Uruguay. However, Montevideo is much smaller and less hectic.
Around 2 million of Uruguay's approximately 3.4 million inhabitants live in the Montevideo metropolitan area. The city is the country's economic, administrative and cultural center. Cultural and folkloric events, important international exhibitions and music festivals take place all year round. Culture lovers will get their money's worth at concerts, theater performances or in one of the many museums.
Montevideo is located in an absolute top location on the Rio de la Plata and with access to the Atlantic. The port is one of the most important ones in all of South America, which also handles most of the country's total foreign trade.
The beach promenade (la rambla) along the Rio de la Plata is popular among foreign visitors and locals alike for walks. Montevideo has retained much of its original colonial charm and offers many green parks, historical monuments, imposing churches and other magnificent colonial buildings.
In addition to the memories of the Portuguese and Spanish colonial times, Montevideo has one thing in particular to offer: A distinctive nightlife for everybody! Especially in the old town center, restaurants, pubs, discos, tango shows and bars with live music are to be found.
Uruguay's capital is an attraction for many visitors from all over the world and it often serves as a base for tours to nearby seaside resorts on the Atlantic. The most famous place is the city of Punta del Este, where the Latin American jet is bustling, especially in the summer months.
The focus lies on grammar and communication training, as these are the basic components of language learning. Each level has its own focus, tailored to the previous knowledge of the students. The teachers use different teaching methods to train the different communication channels (listening, reading, speaking, writing) and to practice the grammar. Short videos, texts, newspaper articles and the school's own booklets are used to support teaching. Topics such as culture, politics and history of Uruguay are included in the lessons so that the students learn a little more about their host country in addition to the language.
On the first day of school there will be a placement test to determine your language skills. It is used to assign you to a group with an according level. There are 6 levels of difficulty (A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2) according to the CEFR (Common European Framework of References for Languages).
Native Spanish speakers
At the end of the course, a certificate will be issued to confirm your language level.
20 lessons / week. Maximum 6 students / group.
This is the most popular Spanish course and is available in all levels. Grammar is practiced two hours a day, with teachers providing written and oral examples, doing exercises, and giving students plenty of opportunity to ask questions as well as practice what they have learned. The other two hours are used for conversation training, always taking into account the group's areas of interest. The focus here is on the students learning to express themselves in Spanish and lose their fear of the foreign language.
15 lessons / week.
The attention of your Spanish teacher is 100% yours. The Spanish course is completely adapted to your personal needs and interests.
30 lessons / week. Maximum 6 students / group.
Group course as described above with 10 additional hours of group lessons.
A nice accommodation is an important part of every language trip. In Uruguay we offer cozy single rooms in homestays or in shared apartments. All accommodations are carefully selected and regularly checked. We make sure that the accommodations are within easy reach of the language school. You can often walk or just take a few stops on the bus.
Accommodation in a homestay gives you the opportunity to experience the life of the locals up close, to taste typical local specialties and to learn a lot about the culture and lifestyle. These impressions make your stay in Uruguay unique! Accommodation in the homestay includes half board, so you will definitely enjoy local delicacies.
If you prefer to live in a shared apartment, you will immediately have access to other language students, students or young professionals. You will get to know Uruguayan culture from a different perspective and maybe even make friends for life.
Costs & Services
Our Spanish courses in Montevideo / Uruguay include:
- Personal support before and during the Spanish course
- Quality Spanish course
- Placement test
- Drinks, tea, coffee and biscuits during breaks
- Free and paid leisure activities
- Country handbook Uruguay
- Intercultural guideline
- English-speaking contact person
- 24/7 Emergency number
- Free internet access at school
- Language certificate after completing the course
- Information about suitable travel health insurance
If booked, it also includes:
- Single room in homestay (half board) *
- Single room in school residence (self catering) *
* accommodation as booked
Additionally, you can book:
JaFeb 20, Apr 7, May 01, Jul 18, Aug 25, Oct 12, Nov 02. The school will be closed the last week of December and first week of January.
Group course (20 lessons/week)
Intensive course (30 lessons/week)
Private course (15 lessons/week)
Homestay (single room, breakfast & dinner)
School residence (single room, no meals)
Language Travel Guide
Find valuable information about language travel in our program guides. Find out about all the benefits, destinations and possibilities. Read more about the great opportunities that South America Inside has at your disposal.
Browse through our section Reading Matter!