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With almost 4 million inhabitants, capital city Madrid is Spain's largest city. It wasn't named capital until 1562, but fret not, as what Madrid lacks in medieval architecture and ancient history it more than makes up for in countless other ways. The city boasts some of the world's very best museums, Europe's craziest dusk-til-dawn nightlife, and all sorts of hip neighborhoods- each with its own distinct character and offerings.
While urban Madrid's huge size may seem daunting at first, it's extremely pedestrian-friendly and the city has a high ratio of green to concrete, with vast parks such as the "Retiro," "Parque del Oeste" and "Casa del Campo." Chill out in the grass or join in the Sunday afternoon drum circles at the Retiro, then head to the nearby Prado Museum, which features the most important works of Goya, Velázquez, El Greco and many more. Art-lovers can also revel over the collection of modern works by Picasso, Dalí, Miró and others at the Reina Sofía Museum.
What's more, Madrid is conveniently located right smack in the middle of the peninsula, making it a great jump-off point for traveling. Ski slopes are a mere hour from Madrid, and no Spanish destination is more than a 6-hour ride away.
However, you might not even want to leave once you get immersed in football games, concerts, theater shows, bullfights and taking to the streets drinking on terraces and partying 'til the sun comes up! Plus, the city is known for its friendly, welcoming people- they'll help you feel like a "madrileño" in no time!
Come study abroad in Madrid and join in the fun!
Located in Madrid's university neighborhood, Enforex Madrid is our second largest Spanish school and welcomes students from all around the globe. Plus, we also have Spanish students who join us to study English, German and French. It's a friendly, multicultural and open environment that reflects the wonderful city itself.
The school, a two-story building with tons of natural light, has recently renovated facilities which feature: 40 classrooms with audio-visual equipment; large common room with vending machines; video room and reading room; computer lab with 20 computers and free Internet access; well-equipped library and video library; spacious central courtyard; a teachers' room; and air-conditioning and central heat.
Plus, you'll be just 5 minutes from the University and the emblematic Plaza de España and 10 minutes from Malasaña- one of the most popular neighborhoods for eating and drinking. There are two metro stops nearby - San Bernardo and Argüelles - and 9 bus lines, making the school accessible from any part of the city!
Minimum age to study abroad in Madrid: 14 years old
Staying with a host family in Madrid 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.
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 or double room, as well as between half and full board or having no meals included.
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.
Some students opt to seek out their own private accommodations in a rented apartment, a hotel or a hostel. We will be happy to point you in the right direction or even book you a place- just let us know what your preferences, needs and budget are in advance!
Madrid, as the capital of Spain, has more activities to offer than hours in the day! We want our students to discover the culture and society that surrounds them; that's why we organize daily afternoon activities such as:
Plus, Madrid's unbeatable central location means that no city is far away. With this in mind, you will have the option of signing up for a variety of weekend excursions.Our most frequent trips include: Toledo, Segovia, Granada, Sevilla, El Escorial, Ávila and the Costa del Sol.
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