Study Abroad in Granada, Spain

About Granada, Spain

Easily one of Spain's most enchanting cities, Granada is a city of culture, history and legend.

In 1492, after more than 700 years of Muslim occupation, the Christians took Granada, the final stronghold of a once glorious empire. Subsequently, the Spanish monarchy exiled Boabdil, the last Moorish King of Granada, from his exquisite palace: La Alhambra. As he was leaving the city, Boabdil - a strong, sturdy and proud leader - began to weep.

This legend and image of a powerful leader, brought to his knees by his lament for a city, riches and beauty lost, has gone down in countless history books, works of art, and poems. What sort of magic could a city contain to diminish such a man?

Along with Spain's most visited attraction, the sumptuous Arabic palaces of La Alhambra, and a profound history that encompasses the very history of Spain itself, Granada is also a modern city. Known for its nightlife, friendly inhabitants and abundant tapas, Granada is a beautiful city nestled in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains just 45 minutes from the Costa Tropical.

Not quite European, characterized by Moorish architecture and the gypsy "Albaicín" quarter, but not quite Oriental, with its Renaissance cathedral and traditional Andalusian cuisine and tapas culture, Granada is one of the truly unique cities of the world. A dynamic city full of contrasts, you can enjoy ski slopes and beaches, outdoor terraces and frenetic nightclubs, modern amenties and centuries-old architecture.

Come study abroad in Granada and revel in the sights, the atmosphere and the history!

The Spanish Language School

Our academic center in Granada is a a 4-story historical building in the "mudéjar" style, a regional, southern Spanish style combining elements of Moorish and Gothic architecture. . Its familiar size guarantees that you will feel right at home and will receive plenty of personal attention.

Enforex Granada is located downtown, just a 5-minute walk from the historic center and Cathedral. The building is over 200 years old, but completely renovated to include all the latest amenities.

The facilities boasted by the school include 30 classrooms, an Enforex restaurant/ bar on the first floor, a reception area, an audio-visual room, a skylight, a computer room with Internet access and an open interior courtyard.

Minimum age to study abroad in Granada: 14 years old

Spanish Language Courses in Granada, Spain

  • Intensive & Super Intensive Spanish
  • Long Duration Course
  • Study Abroad Semester or Year
  • Travel & Learn Spanish
  • One on One Spanish Course
  • Student Groups
  • Christmas Spanish Course
  • DELE Exam Preparation
  • Executive One on One Course
  • Internship in Spain
  • Spanish + Paid Hotel Job
  • Spanish + History
  • Spanish + Literature
  • Spanish + Art History
  • Spanish + Flamenco
  • Intensive Spanish for Teenagers
  • High School Study Abroad Program
  • Summer Language Camp



Staying with a host family in Granada and participating in their day-to-day life is the best way to learn the language and discover Spain's culture. You will stay in a single or double room with either half or full board.

Student Residence

We can also place you in a student residence for the duration of your studies at Enforex. There are three types of residences: family-style, University Campus and our own Enforex student residences. You can choose between a single and double room, as well as between half and full board or with no meals included at all.

Student Apartment - Shared Flat

Enforex also has several apartments that we rent out exclusively to our students. Apartments are furnished and include a fully-equipped kitchen so you can prepare your own meals. You can choose between a single, double or triple room (triple rooms are available when 3 students are traveling together). There is no meal plan available.

Cultural Activities

Being the cultural hot spot that it is, Granada holds a wealth of activities and sights. With this in mind, Enforex Granada organizes afternoon activities 3-5 times a week. Such activities may include: city tours (Cathedral, Royal Chapel, Albaicín..); flamenco show in Sacromonte; Spanish film nights; horseback-riding; beach excursions; dance classes and much more.

On weekends, we also organize one or two-day excursions. Some of the most frequent trips are: Sevilla, Nerja, Morocco, Ronda, Córdoba and the Costa del Sol.


  • The exuberant Arabic palaces of La Alhambra- it's Spain's most visited attraction!
  • The best of folkloric Spain-- flamenco, tapas and quaint white-washed houses
  • School with unparalleled teaching staff and modern amenities
  • Spend the morning skiing and the afternoon at the beach!

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