Learn Spanish in Barcelona Junior Program

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Cooled by the waters of the Mediterranean sea and surrounded by natural parks offering both forest and mountain scenery, Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain and effortly unites tradition and modernity. Here, your children will breathe in the history of the Gothic Quarter, marvel at the sophisticated modernist architecture that characterizes the city, relax in extensive parks, and open their minds to a world of diversity.

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CLASSES/WEEK 20
SMALL GROUPS MAX. 15
START DATES: 7/1, 17/6, 1/7, 15/7, 29/7
ALL LEVELS
AGES 14-18
TEXTBOOK INCLUDED

YOUR JUNIOR PROGRAM IN BARCELONA

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STUDENT PROFILE

Beach or mountains? Culture or leisure? In Barcelona, you don't have to choose. From hidden gems tucked away in the narrow streets of the Gothic Quarter to restaurant terraces that fill the sunny squares, the many different sides of this vibrant city will open up fascinating new worlds for young people to experience first hand. They might develop a taste for modern art as they stroll through the exhibits at MACBA or ignite a passion for architecture the moment they lay eyes on Casa Batlló.
 

One thing is for sure: they will have lots of possibilites to strike up conversations with barceloneses as they explore Las Ramblas and browse through some of Barcelona's famous markets.
 

From the Tibidabo amusement park to the soft sands of Barceloneta beach, the city provides a safe setting to embark on a fun-filled journey of cultural discovery.

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Benefits of the Junior Program

If there's one city in Spain that's known for being cosmopolitan, it's Barcelona.That's why it's the ideal place for your children to have an adventure that will make them grow as people and learn new values and skills to unlock their potential. Our Junior Program in Spanish allows students to choose between 20 and 30 classes per week, which are accompanied by afternoon activities and a full-day excursion to put them in new situations where learning happens in a way that is natural and fun. Young people between the ages of 14 and 18 will make new friends, learn about different customs, and put their new language skills to the test.


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.


*Start dates: 7/1, 17/6, 1/7, 15/7, 29/7
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STUDENT - MARBELLA

VERA

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.
SAM

STUDENT - VALENCIA

SAM

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.
CLARA

STUDENT - TENERIFE

CLARA

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.
PAUL

STUDENT - SALAMANCA

PAUL

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.

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