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Tel.: + 34 952 21 39 32
         + 34 952 22 79 48
Fax: + 34 952 21 07 99
Timetable: from Mo to Fr
10 am to 5:30 pm
Secretaries speak English, German, French, and Spanish
Skype: instituto.picasso

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   Language School Picasso

Picasso Spanish language schoolInstituto Picasso is one of the outstanding language schools in Malaga. The classes are composed by the most varied nationalities: Europe, United States, Japan, China. The minimum age for our participants is 16, there is no maximum age. In the summer months the average age is 20-30, the rest of the year it is 25-35, but with a considerable participation of 50+,60+ in winter.

The Spanish language school Pablo Picasso was founded in 1982, and since then more than 25000 Spanish learners from all over the world have successfully participated in its spanish courses in Malaga. As one of the longest-standing schools of Malaga, it is located on one of the most characteristic spots in town, the square ‘Plaza de la Merced’, in a historic 19th Century building forming part of the ancient town centre. Just fifty metres from the Institute, you find, converted into a museum nowadays, the house where Pablo Picasso, genius of 20th Century Art, was born on 25th October, 1881.

Your first steps inside lead you to the school office where you receive all the necessary information on our courses of spanish in Malaga, accommodation facilities, school and leisure time activities, etc. You do not have to worry which language you may use, as you can be informed in Spanish, English, German, French and Japanese.

Teachers of spanish languageNext to the school offices, you will find the teachers’ room. The Picasso school has 6 native speaker teachers with  university degrees in : philology, pedagogy, educational sciences, and journalism., and providing you with a diversity of approaches to the language spoken by more than 400 million people in the world.

Throughout all those years, we have been elaborating our proper didactic approach, uniting our entire teaching staff’s experience and knowledge warranting the acquisition of the Spanish language in the most effective way. You can achieve the same or even a better result in one of our four-week-courses spanish in Malaga than during an entire year of studies in your country. International accreditations such as the CEELE quality certificate, the acknowledgement as eligible centre for CSN grants by the Swedish government, and the Embassy of The People's Republic of China in Spain endorse our work. Our Institute has 9 illuminated, spacey and well equipped classrooms. Our maximum of 10 students per class allows efficiency of the learning process and noticeable advances to our participants.

Language school facilities Students with some Spanish notions can be integrated in our spanish courses in Malaga on any Monday of the year. Just beginners have to adapt to our official starting dates every fortnight.

The time schedule for classes is from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., though in spring or summer, seasons of higher participation, the Institute establishes an afternoon session from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. to maintain reduced class groups. The classes have a duration of 50 minutes.

Students may read or borrow books (for free) from our library. The school has multimedia devices at its disposal such as videotheque including representative films, documentaries, musicals, etc. to complement Spanish learning with audio-visual material.

Students have free access to the internet in their leisure time, counting on various terminals that also offer educational programmes, and bilingual dictionaries of Spanish in various languages.

Within a few minutes’ walk from our Institute, you can enjoy our beaches, monuments, cinemas, the theatre, shopping centre, and the warm ‘ambiente’ of night life downtown, as our Spanish school is downtown.