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Situated in central Ecuador is the country's capital city of Quito. Now one of Latin America's most interesting destination, it has long been an important city. Passed from Quitus to Incas to Spaniards, the captivating city is constantly evolving and attracting visitors.
Brimming with beautiful fountains, cobblestone streets, Baroque churches and monasteries, tranquil squares and government buildings., Colonial Quito is widely considered to be the best-preserved historic center in Latin America. Meanwhile, you can get a taste of Quito's traditional culture, for example, by perusing the colorful and energetic Indian markets dispersed throughout the city.
Quito’s central location makes it easy to travel around Ecuador, and you can also take excursions to the Galapagos Islands or neighboring Peru. Plus, Quito's high altitude off-sets its proximity to the equator, leaving the city a beautiful climate often dubbed "permanent spring."
Enforex's partner Spanish school in Quito is located in "La Carolina," a residential area with stops on the main bus line.
The school's facilities include 21 classrooms, library, meeting room, auditorium, cafeteria, solarium, computers with internet and wi-fi for laptops, video room with speakers, wheelchair accessibility, elevator and a multi-purpose indoor court for racquetball, volleyball, basketball and speed soccer.
Minimum age to study abroad in Quito: 16 years old.
Intensive Group Course
Super Intensive Group Course
Private Spanish Lessons
Activa Spanish Course
Activa One on One Course
Staying with a host family in Quito and participating in their day-to-day life is the best way to learn the language and discover Ecuador's culture. You will stay in a single room with a half board meal plan.
Depending on requests and availability, you can also choose to reside in one of Quito's student residences. These residences are dispersed throughout the city, and you will have a single or double room; no meals are included..
When you study abroad in Quito, you can elect to take advantage of the 2 to 4 activities that the school organizes each week for students. The majority of our activities cost no more than $3, which is put towards public transportation or entrance fees to museums and other attractions.
With the goal of aiding students to gain a more in-depth comprehension of Ecuador's society, history and people, you can take trips to places of interest such as museums, professional soccer games, fruit markets, and a night at the folkloric ballet. There is no limit to how many of the activities offered you can sign up for.
Free activities include lectures, dance lessons, Spanish films, soccer games between students and teaches, and more.
Some of our more common cultural activities include:
Please consult the Ecuador price page: