Genaral Conditions

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There are 3 to 10 students per class.

Minimum age is 16 years. Students who are under 16 can take part in our courses if they are accompanied by an adult.

The average age is between 20 and 30 years, but we have students of all ages, as there is no age limit to learn a language.

Form to be filled in, signed, and sent to Instituto Picasso by the parent/s or tutor/s of a minor (under 18).

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Every student has to fill in an online placement test in order to find out which level s/he needs to attend.

We offer 5 levels of 4 weeks each (Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced and Superior I and II) These levels are subdivided in 2 units of 2 weeks.

Furthermore, we offer preparation courses for the DELE exam which take place in April, (July) and October with a minimum number of 3 participants.

The minimum duration of a course is 1 week, but it can be extended. The entire course programme comprises 20 weeks (5x4 Weeks)

Every student who regularly takes part in the lessons receives a certificate and a confirmation of participation in the course at the end of his/her stay.

Furthermore, students of the advanced an superior level can complete an extra test of the Picasso Institute.

  • Material used in class
    1 Spanish cooking class
    1 Flamenco dancing class per week
    Cultural visits per week
    A welcome drink
    A night out to bars and pubs with a teacher (everyone pays for his/her own drinks)
  • Tapa’ (=snack) tour, (every 4 weeks), minimum 10 participants (everyone pays for his own drinks and tapas).
    Work shops on cinema, literature, history, etc.
    Free access to internet in the school
    Students may borrow books from our library

The courses are from 10:00 a.m to 2:00 p.m.. In summer, we establish different time tables, depending on the number of students. The teaching unit of a standard class lasts 50 minutes.that of a private class 60 minutes.

Our courses start for Beginners every other Monday. (see course calender). If you already know some Spanish you can start on any Monday.

On a bank holiday when the school is closed, the lessons of this day will be distributed on the other days of the course.