Tía Tula Spanish SchoolSalamanca, Spain
Why choose Tía Tula Spanish School:
The location couldn’t be better, smacked right in the historical center of Salamanca.
Ample experience, teaching over 1,000 students every year, including teachers.
Historical building converted into modern facilities.
A wide array of extracurricular activities that ensure full immersion into Spanish language and culture.
Comprehensive list of additional courses to make the most out of Salamanca.
Tía Tula Spanish School philosophy:
Enjoy learning Spanish. Our teaching staff sees that the students get the most out of their Spanish courses whilst the administrative team makes their stay in Salamanca – accommodation, extra-activities, etc. - an unforgettable one, with a warm and caring treatment.
Intensive (20 hours a week)
Intensive Conversation (20 hours a week + 5 hours a week of intensive conversation)
Intensive Culture (20 hours a week + 5 hours a week of specific Cultural studies)
Super Intensive (Intensive Conversation + 5 hours a week of Vocabulary and Writing)
Combo Intensive (Intensive Conversation or Intensive Culture + 5 hours individual)
Translation and Interpretation
Gap Year in Salamanca (8 months)
Spanish for Business
Spanish Culture and Civilization
Spanish and Lantin American Literature
Spanish and Lantin American Cinema
“Absolutely excellent school. Studied here for 7 weeks in total last summer and in February. Staff and teachers are incredibly friendly and helpful within and outside of classes. Atmosphere of school is excellent - students are both fun but keen to learn Spanish and nice international mix. They organise activities every day for the students and levels of classes set appropriately. Would 100% recommend!”
Angus Bartley, UK
Tía Tula Spanish School is best for• College students
• History lovers
• Average Age: 24
Features• Students from over 30 nationalities
• Max class size: 10
• Historical building
Experiences offered for free
• Walking tour of Salamanca.
• Tapas tour.
• Welcome party and other get-togethers at the School.
• Movie nights.
• Trips to Segovia, Seville, and Oporto (Portugal).
• Dance lessons.
• Cooking classes.
• Countryside sightseeing, including rowing in the Tomes river.