More and more people are deciding to learn Spanish in Spain. Age is no longer an impediment and learning a new language has ceased to be an activity exclusively for young people. And now experts understand that all sectors of the population are interested in languages and particularly, in learning Spanish. The main reason we […]
Ministers of Education, professionals and representatives of the sector debate on innovation, inclusion and values. Laying the foundations of a European Education Area: for an innovative, inclusive and values-based education. This is the motto and main objective of the first Education Summit organized by the European Commission and held on 25 January in Brussels. The meeting, which […]
A few days ago, the largest online travel community in the world, TripAdvisor announced that Nerja had been one of the most popular places in the world and in Europe. One of the emerging destinations in 2017. Many people have already read that fantastic news and that is why today, we want to share on […]
Last week the new edition of the “Malaga Education Week” was held in our country, from the 9th to the 14th of January and the Escuela de Idiomas Nerja could not miss this event, so our general director Luís Carrión and our marketing director Andreas Carrión, attended to this event on behalf of our school. […]
Technology advances almost at the speed of light and at the Escuela de Idiomas Nerja, although not so fast, we always want to be at the forefront of technology to offer to our students a smoother communication and a better digital experience. At #EINerja we are specialists in the Spanish language, with highly qualified teachers […]
Spanish courses in Spain have been designed with the twofold aim of improving two key areas of human life: the personal and the professional.
We must bear in mind that Spanish is one of the most widely spoken languages in the world. It is estimated at being second in terms of speakers. It is spoken in Spain, the Caribbean islands (Cuba and Puerto Rico), the Dominican Republic, North America (Mexico), Central America (Guatemala, Belize, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama) and South America (Colombia, Venezuela, Uruguay, Paraguay, Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, Peru and Ecuador). Spanish is also the second most spoken language in the United States. Leer más Sobre Spanish courses in Spain, a vital choice. …
Escuela de Idiomas Nerja organizes intensive Spanish for learning and practising the language in the country of origin. The Intensive Spanish course consists of four hours per day, divided into two classes of two hours, with a 25-minute break in the middle. These courses are designed for people who want to live the experience of learning Spanish in a relaxed and dynamic atmosphere.
The timetable of all the courses can be either in the morning or in the afternoon from 9 am to 7 pm. In these classes students receive a full lesson on Spanish grammar. At the same time, they can see the teacher’s methodology, which is based on real and effective verbal communication. Furthermore, students have the possibility of enjoying the facilities located in a typical Andalusian whitewashed building.
In the Intensive Spanish course, it is the student who decides the pace to be followed to learn Spanish. Students are the protagonists, because they make a special effort in oral communication, in the practical interaction with their teacher and classmates. Leer más Sobre Intensive Spanish courses organized by Escuela de Idiomas Nerja …
Spanish is becoming the fastest-growing language in the world. Currently approximately 559 million people all over the world speak Spanish according to the latest data from the Instituto Cervantes, the most important Spanish language official academic institution. This figure includes native speakers, people who have Spanish as a second language and Spanish students (more than 21 million) studying Spanish in Spain and abroad.
Spanish is in fashion. Increasingly more people speak Spanish all over the world and more and more people decide to study Spanish outside Spain for professional or personal reasons. 21 million people study Spanish worldwide. This means a million and a half more students than in 2014.
The USA, Brazil and France are the foreign countries with most students learning Spanish. Many of them need the Spanish language to progress at work or for economic reasons. Brazil currently has eight cities where there is an Instituto Cervantes head office. The Brazilians’ interest in Spanish is due to the fact that their country is surrounded by Spanish-speaking countries, so it is necessary to know Spanish for international trade and financial issues. Leer más Sobre Spanish abroad, the fastest-growing language in the world. …
Felipe de Borbón, príncipe de España e hijo del actual Rey Juan Carlos I, será el nuevo Rey de España el jueves 19 de junio. Se proclamará Rey con el nombre de Felipe VI y será, según los expertos, el rey “más y mejor preparado de la Historia de la Monarquía”.
El actual Rey Juan Carlos I abdicó la semana pasada, anunció su retirada con el objetivo de que las generaciones jóvenes “guíen” el camino hacia el futuro y afronten los retos que tiene España, especialmente los relacionados con la crisis económica.
El Rey tomó la decisión de abdicar cuando cumplió 76 años el pasado 6 de enero. Durante estos cinco meses, Juan Carlos I ha mantenido una estrecha relación con su hijo para preparar el relevo.
El Rey Juan Carlos I ha reinado 38 años. Fue una persona clave para conseguir la democracia en España después de la muerte de Francisco Franco. No obstante, en los últimos años, diferentes escándalos han ensombrecido la buena imagen de la Monarquía. Leer más Sobre Felipe VI will be crowned the new king of Spain on June 19 …
Andre Wehrli works in the Swiss Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and he visits Nerja once a year to enjoy the town with his family. As an expert in sustainable development, Andre told us a lot of interesting things about taking care of the environment and the protection of nature.
– What are the major environmental problems in the world of today?
Nowadays, there are many major ecological problems and they are often caused by the overexploitation of nature’s resources. The planet’s global warming is a really urgent problem, but also the lack of clean water, the depletion of biodiversity and natural habitats (both in amount and quality) are also very important problems.
– Why is taking care of the environment so important?
We have a unique planet, a unique world, and the environment is our best life insurance. It is not possible to live without the environment and natural resources. However, our planet can perfectly survive without the presence of human beings… That is the question. Leer más Sobre “We have a unique and wonderful planet. With the help of us all, a better world is possible” …