Junior Spanish Program

This program is specifically designed for young students between the ages of 14 and 18 who want to learn Spanish and live an experience away from home. It combines an intensive Spanish course with cultural and leisure activities designed for students to practice the language while expanding their horizons.

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START DATES: 8/1, 18/6, 2/7, 16/7, 30/7
AGES 14-18

Combine Spanish Classes and Summer School

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Students between 14 and 18 interested in experiencing the world, getting out of their hometown, and improving their Spanish are the protagonists of this course. They want to delve into a new culture, add the second most spoken language in the world to their skillset, and make friends from different backgrounds.

This program is designed for young people who want to take Spanish classes in the morning and enjoy cultural activities in the afternoon.


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Benefits of the Global Junior Spanish Program

Our Global Junior Program is a well-rounded experience for young people looking to spend two or four weeks learning Spanish in Spain. Improve your fluency or take the first steps in studying Spanish.

According to your level, you will be assigned to a group for your intensive Spanish course in the mornings, then the afternoons are dedicated to cultural and leisure activities or excursions. You'll find yourself in everyday situations where you can practice what you've learned with your colleagues and local native speakers. This program offers all meals and accommodation in double or triple rooms in a residence. Students are supervised in the school, accommodations and activities.

The course includes 20 weekly classes lasting 55 minutes each with a maximum of 14 students per class.

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basic user

Uses basic key vocabulary and simple grammar structures to interact with native speakers about familiar topics.

  • A1, A2
    beginner, elementary

independent user

Communicates accurately and is able to develop a fluid conversation with native speakers on most topics.

  • B1, B2
    intermediate, upper intermediate


Expresses himself or herself naturally and spontaneously in complex personal, professional or academic situations.

  • C1, C2
    advanced, PROFICIENT
  • Example activities in Barcelona

    Museums: Museo de Ciencias de CosmoCaixa
    Visits: Gothic Neighbourhood, Modernist tour, half-day trip to Sitges, afternoon at Motjuic, Horta Labyrinth.
    Other activities: Singing Spanish, a visit to La Boquería Market, afternoon at La Barceloneta beach.

  • Example activities in Malaga

    Museums: Contemporary Arte Center
    Visits: Grafitti tour through Soho, day trip to Sevilla
    Other activities: Malaga tour on a segway, cookin class (Spanish tortilla), shopping afternoon, tea and pastries at an Arab tea house, aftenoon at the beach

  • Example activities in Madrid

    Museums: El Prado, Reina Sofía, Royal Palace.
    Visits: The Moncloa Lighthouse (height: 92 meters), Antón Martín Market, Tabacalera Cultural Center.
    Other activities: Shopping trip, picnic at the Temple of Debod, tour at Casa de Campo Park with a trip on the gondola lift, biking at Madrid Río or treasure hunt in the Habsburg District.

  • Example activities in Salamanca

    Museums: Art Decó & Art Nouveau Museum Casa Lis
    Visits: Salamanca Old Quarter, Garden of Calixto and Melibea, full day trip to Segovia
    Other activities: Chocolate con churros, swimming pool afternoon, cooking class (Spanish tortilla), salsa class, cinema session




I had an amazing experience in Marbella, it was a great combination of learning, glamour, and fun in the sun. I loved being able to go to the beach every day after class, and my roommates and I practiced our Spanish together at home. After my experience with don Quijote, I’m motivated to continue studying the language so I can keep traveling and learning about other cultures.



What better place to learn Spanish than right on the Mediterranean coast? There’s nothing like having an authentic paella on the beach! Valencia was everything I imagined and more. Studying at don Quijote took me out of my comfort zone and gave me the courage to speak Spanish and interact on another level. When you study in Spain, you learn more than just the language: you interact with the locals and they show you their traditions and way of life.



The island of Tenerife is incredible. There’s so much to do, you can enjoy life in the city or get away from it all by going on a beautiful hike or taking it easy on the beach. Learning Spanish here at don Quijote was a dream come true. The teachers were very patient with me, and every day I felt a bit more comfortable speaking in Spanish. Now I can have real conversations in a new language, which will open doors for me the future.



I never thought I’d meet so many people from so many different countries. The classes at don Quijote are very international, plus there’s a great student atmosphere in Salamanca thanks to the famous university. I picked up a lot of Spanish words and phrases just by talking with locals. My roommates and I also put sticky notes all around the apartment to help us remember our new vocabulary. The city itself was great, you can see the most incredible architecture just walking to the supermarket. I can’t believe how much I learned, both in class and in the real world. I would definitely recommend studying at don Quijote in Salamanca.

Prices and extras

1 week 495£

2 weeks 899£

4 weeks 1799£

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