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Star Awards

Malaca Instituto is a “Superstar school of Spanish” winner of the “Star Awards” - A prestigious international award granted within the language business sector.

 
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Spanish & Cookery

Learn Spanish and we will also teach you how to prepare our typical Mediterranean dishes. Enjoy a varied cultural and gastronomic programme which includes visits to markets, wine tasting, gastronomic.

 
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Cultural trips


WEEKEND TRIPS
 

A teacher from the cultural activities department at Malaca Instituto will come with you and show you different cities in Andalucía and villages in Málaga. The price of the trip includes transport, insurance, guides and entrance tickets to monuments.

 

CÓRDOBA
Its historical town centre has been declared
World Heritage by Unesco.

GRANADA
Federico García Lorca grew up in this city,
which is also famous for La Alhambra, declared World Heritage by Unesco.

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SEVILLA
Monumental city on the banks of the Guadalquivir River.

RONDA
One of the oldest towns in Spain, dating from the Neolithic period.
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OIL ROUTE
Olive groves and oil mills.
We will enjoy the local cuisine and products in a typical inn.

NERJA AND FRIGILIANA
We will visit a village on the coast which is famous for its caves and then a typical white village.
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ANTEQUERA
The wealth of monuments in this town make it one of the most interesting in Andalucía.
We will visit prehistoric funeral constructions and “El Torcal”, a scenic area.
 
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University Entrance Examination

At Malaca Instituto we can prepare you to enter Spanish university. Entrance exams (called PAU or Selectividad) can be taken in June. Information is also available in Russian.

 
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Star Awards

Malaca Instituto is a “Superstar school of Spanish” winner of the “Star Awards” - A prestigious international award granted within the language business sector.

 
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Córdoba


CÓRDOBA
 

Córdoba´s splendour goes back to its time as capital city of a Roman province, when it had as many leisure buildings as Rome, and was the birthplace of great philosophers and speakers such as Seneca. It reached its zenith as capital city during the Omeya Caliphate, with a population between 250,000 and 500,000 inhabitants, becoming a great cultural, political and economic centre in the 10th Century. Its famous Mosque dates from this period.

Nowadays it is one of the most beautiful and best preserved cities in Spain and has a very high quality of life. Its historic centre is one of the biggest in the world and has been declared World Heritage by Unesco.

We will walk around the city and visit the Mosque, the Sinagogue and the Jewish quarter, discovering on our way squares, patios, churches, convents and palaces.


08:00 h Departure from reception at Malaca Instituto.
10:30 h Arrival to Córdoba.
20:00 h Return to Malaca Instituto.
PRICE: 50€ (including transport, insurance, tour guide and tickets for the monuments).

Click here to see Córdoba in 3D.

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Erasmus +

Public and private educational institutions can apply for EU funds for training in schools of demonstrable quality such as Malaca Instituto.

 
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Master Class Courses

Courses especially designed for students over 50. They include a varied cultural programme to get to know about our history, our culture and our customs.

 
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Granada


GRANADA
 

Between the 11th and 15th Centuries, it was the capital city of the kingdom of Granada, the last territory held by the Arabs in Spain. The Catholic King and Queen reconquered it in 1492. The coexistance of different cultures and religions (Muslims, Jews and Christians) is evident in the local art and even in its cuisine, which makes use of plenty of seasonings and spices.

We will visit the Alhambra, a fortified palace city and one of the most important monuments in Spain, declared World Heritage by Unesco.

We will also visit other monuments (Cathedral, Royal Chapel with the tombs of the Catholic King and Queen...) and interesting spots (Albaicín, old Arab quarter, Alcaicería...)


Granada has an important University founded in 1531.

08:00 h Departure from reception at Malaca Instituto.
10:30 h Arrival to Granada.
19:00 h Return to Malaca Instituto.
PRICE: 50€ (including transport, insurance, tour guide and tickets for the monuments).

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Spanish and Work Placement
Malaca Instituto organises work placements with companies in Málaga working in different sectors (marketing, publicity, tourism, medicine, design...)
 
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FLOW & ART (An art Project)

An innovative and creative project. Artists from every corner of the globe have transformed our rooms in something different, attractive and unique.

 
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Sevilla


SEVILLA
 

City of origin of Roman emperors Adriano and Trajano.

Sevilla became a very important economic centre after the discovery of America in 1492, as relations with the New World were managed from this city.

It has an important University founded in 1505.

Sevilla is rich in monuments, legacy of the many civilisations that have lived in it (Gothic cathedral, the Giralda, the Torre del Oro, the Indies Archive, the Alcazares, the Jewish quarter...).

Many Romantic artists have been “bewitched” by this city. Several operas are set in Seville (The Power of Fate, Carmen, Figaro´s wedding...).


08:00 h Departure from reception at Malaca Instituto.
11:00 h Arrival to Sevilla.
20:00 h Return to Malaca Instituto.

PRICE: 50€ (including transport, insurance, tour guide and tickets for the monuments).

Click here to see Sevilla.

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Highlights


FLOW & ART (An art Project)

An innovative and creative project. Artists from every corner of the globe have transformed our rooms in something different, attractive and unique.

 
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Master Class Courses

Courses especially designed for students over 50. They include a varied cultural programme to get to know about our history, our culture and our customs.

 
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