How to Study Spanish in Spain: Go! Go! España Can Help You

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How long have you been dreaming of going to study Spanish in Spain? There are plenty of reasons why learning Spanish in Spain is the best way to become fluent. You’ll hear new vocabulary words in the air every day – even while you’re doing your laundry. Once you decide to make your dream of Spanish living come true, you might feel overwhelmed by the process of setting up your study abroad. Don’t worry! We’re the experts on all things study abroad-related in Spain. Reach out and use us as your one-stop Spanish study resource.

Find the Right Study Program in the Right City for You

The first step to studying Spanish in Spain is deciding what you want to study. If you want to learn Spanish in Spain, check out our language school partners, all of which are accredited by the Cervantes Institute. If you’re more interested in a university-supported study program, check out our options. You can learn Spanish at the same time you’re learning culinary or design skills! Our university partners offer almost every study program you can imagine, so you can study anything your heart desires. Some programs are taught completely in English! If you have any difficulties deciding which school or city is right for you, just contact us and we’re happy to help you figure it out.

If you’re more interested in a short study trip to Spain, we can help you with that too! Check out the study trips we currently have available. These are perfect for people who don’t want to commit to a long-term study program or go through the hassles of applying for a student visa.

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Learning new Spanish words will be a breeze in Spain!

Get a Student Visa to Study Spanish in Spain

Once you decide to chase your dreams and study Spanish in Spain, there are a few bureaucratic hoops to jump through. The first task is to make sure you fill all the requirements for studying in Spain. The next thing you’ll have to do is apply for a student visa in Spain. You must apply for the Spanish student visa at the Spanish consulate/embassy in your home country. It can be a little tricky but don’t worry. We’ve helped thousands of students with their student visas and we have the answers to all of your questions about the process. Just write to us!

Make Your Move to Spain Hassle-Free

After your big move to Spain, the paperwork isn’t over. You need to register as a resident by applying for your NIE (or TIE for non-EU citizens). You’ll also need to find a place to live! There are many types of accommodations for students in Spain. However, it’s hard to find a great place to live in a city you’ve never visited before. It can be difficult to find housing in another country (and another language). That’s why we’re here to help: you can tell us your preferences and we’ll find housing for you! We always send our recommendation to you before we book it so that you find your perfect space.

Don’t forget that once we help you on your mission to study Spanish in Spain, we never leave your side. At any point before, during, or after your study program in Spain, you can write to us with questions about anything. We’ve helped over 6,000 students around the world. Now, it’s your turn!

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