Our Cervantes Accreditation

Our school repeatedly received the highest tier of Cervantes accreditation, reserved for the best Spanish schools in Spain, for our dynamic Spanish lessons, highly educated and enthusiastic native Spanish teachers, and uniquely efficient and enjoyable study program.

The accreditation by Cervantes Institute is the only internationally recognised certification, existent for public and private Spanish language schools. The Cervantes Institute grants the accreditation to those Spanish language schools which once obtained and regularly regain a positive assessment in the following fields: academic activity and the teaching team, the facilities and equipment in the centre, the administrative organization, and students´ feedback.
To read the Cervantes accreditation document of our school, please follow this link: Camino Barcelona Cervantes accreditation.

The only internationally recognised accreditation for schools of Spanish as a foreign language

The Cervantes Institute, the official Spanish Government Centre, is a public institution founded in 1991 to promote Spanish language teaching and knowledge of the cultures of Spanish speaking countries throughout the world.Amongst other activities the Cervantes Institute mainly deals with common linguistic and cultural heritage in Spanish speaking countries and populations.

Across the World

The Cervantes Institute is the largest worldwide organization dedicated to Spanish education. There are currently Cervantes representatives in 90 cities in 43 countries on 5 continents. There are also 2 central offices in Spain, the headquarters in Madrid and the head office in Alcala de Henares.

What are the advantages of choosing to study Spanish in a Cervantes accredited school?

Students who study in a Cervantes accredited school are choosing a centre which:

  • Fulfils the legal requirements necessary to educate
  • Uses a teaching programme which guarantees adequate learning progress for the students
  • Has a team of qualified teachers
  • Follows a metholody which has been adapted to the students
  • Carries out evaluations of the programmes and courses
  • Encourages the students to take the DELE exam (Diplomas de Español como Lengua Extranjera - certifícate of Spanish as a foreign language)
  • Guides their students through their learning experience
  • Uses well-equipped rooms and adequate teaching resources
  • Uses a variety of methods in order to gather different opinions of the participants.
  • Deals with student complaints
  • Provides detailed information about the courses and the services that they offer

For more information, visit the Cervantes Institute website: www.cervantes.es