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Fittingly known as Spain's "Golden City," Salamanca is home to one of the world's oldest universities as well as a wealth of gorgeous historical buildings- all constructed from shimmering golden sandstone.
Salamanca was named the "European Culture Capital" of 2002, which will serve as no surprise to anyone who's seen the city's ornately adorned cathedrals and university buildings. Living in Salamanca is like being transported to another era: the entire city center is composed of golden, historic buildings dating as far back as the 13th century.
The Plaza Mayor, undoubtedly the most impressive in Spain, stands as the heart of the city and the region of Castile, the birthplace of the Spanish language. A plethora of renowned Spanish philosophers, writers and artists have passed through the halls of Salamanca's universities, yet its inhabitants are humble, friendly people who warmly encourage foreigners to join in the fun and learn their language.
Long a center of education, modern-day Salamanca continues to welcome students from around the globe. This constant and diverse student body yields the city's famous nightlife and high concentration of bars and clubs.
If living in a university town, partaking in a wild nightlife and enjoying masterpieces of golden architecture appeals to you, we recommend you study abroad in Salamanca!
Enforex Salamanca, a former convent, blends right into the city's signature golden architecture. However, the school also boasts the most modern amenities, such as air-conditioning and sports facilities.
Just a five-minute stroll from the Plaza Mayor, Salamanca's main square, our school is conveniently located right in the city center. The facilities feature: 30 classrooms (up to 60 during the summer), staff room, computer lab with free Internet, lecture room, spacious sporting areas, common lounge area, a beautiful central courtyard and much more.
Minimum age to study abroad in Sevilla: 14 years old
Staying with a host family in Salamanca 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 having no meals included or a half or full board meal plan.
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 (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, hotel or a hostel. Just let us know what your preferences, needs and budget are in advance and we will be happy to point you in the right direction or even book you a place!
During the week, Enforex Salamanca organizes a variety of afternoon and evening activities geared towards helping you acquire an in-depth understanding of the culture and society surrounding you. Common activities include: "tapas" crawl, soccer & basketball, Spanish film night, and tours within the city (Cathedral, Casa de las Conchas, the University, Plaza Mayor, etc.)
On weekends, you can also sign up for one or two-day trips to the region's most interesting and historic cities. Some of our frequent excursion destinations are: Toledo, Madrid, Ávila, Ciudad Rodrigo, Zamora and Valladolid.
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