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Located right on Mediterranean coastline, Valencia - Spain's third largest city - has literally everything: pristine beaches, incredible architecture, a world-class soccer team, a dusk-til-dawn nightlife scene, fascinating museums and more!
Over the past few years, thanks to all sorts of government initiatives as well as the support of the locals, Valencia has seen a massive cultural renaissance sweep through the city. Romans, Visigoths, Moors and Christians have all left their mark on the city, but Valencia has been revitalized in recent years by Santiago Calatrava's futuristic "City of Arts and Sciences" along with other cutting-edge projects.
Valencia is also the home of paella and boasts a mouth-watering cuisine of seafood and other delicacies. Even more important is Las Fallas, the most riotous festival in Spain, and just one of Valencia's year-round fiestas that travelers the world over come to experience.
This compound of intriguing structures is one of Europe's most imaginative millennial projects and has brought slews of new visitors to the city. Calatrava's buildings and a handful of pending cutting-edge projects have made Valencia a new hot-spot and one of the top desirable places to live in Spain.
All in all, Valencia has a cultural scene that most cities can only dream about. Paella, football, fiestas, beaches, museums and a dynamic nightlife... study abroad in Valencia and experience it for yourself!
The academic center is located just 20 minutes from the city center and beach. Facing Valencia's main university, it's an extremely well-situated school surrounded by metro and bus stops to help you get around.
Our Enforex school in Valencia is a large school with the capacity for 600 students. Some of these students may be Spaniards who are enrolled in other language classes at the school- a great opportunity to practice Spanish outside of the classroom!
The school's facilities feature: 24 spacious classrooms, full of natural light; teacher's meeting room; computer lab with free Internet access; library and video room; ample common areas; small cafeteria; large garden in front of the school; and air-conditiong and central heating.
Minimum age to study abroad in Valencia: 14 years old
Staying with a host family in Valencia 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 and can elect to have a private bathroom too.
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 from a single, double or triple room (available when 3 students are traveling together), as well as between a meal plan of no meals, half or full board.
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, 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!
To help you acquire an in-depth understanding of the culture surrounding you, Enforex Valencia organizes weekly activities and weekend excursions.
Our most common afternoon and evening activities, many of which are free of charge, include: visit to the City of Arts and Sciences; walking tour of Valencia; Fallas museum; Spanish film night.
Weekend trips are a great way to spend time with an international group from school and get to know Spain's varied landscape. The Spanish school in Valencia organizes 1 and 2-day trips to: Ibiza, Madrid, Barcelona, nearby beach towns and Buñol and the "Tomatina" tomato festival.
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