We feel teaching a
is a commu-nicative process and should
focus on usage in everyday life. The more the learning
process takes place in the context of an intercultural
exchange, the higher is the learning success and the
improvement of communicative skills.
We, therefore, consider it essential that our students
learn Spanish by having direct contact with native
speakers and by using their newly acquired language
skills on site
– from day one on.
The familial, personal atmosphere at our schools with
their cafeterias, their gardens and terraces provide the
proper setting to