Learn Spanish at Enforex Santiago de Chile (Chile) Santiago de Chile

The Enforex Santiago is located in the region of the city called Providencia this is a friendly area where many of the city's young and professional residents live. Below you can find out more about these options, observe course details and read the student reviews. Use the green button at the bottom of the page to book a course at Enforex Santiago.

Enforex Santiago de Chile (Chile) Spanish School in Santiago de Chile

  • Main Courses:
    (20 Spanish) lessons/week
    (30 Spanish) lessons/week

    Other courses: Private tuition

    Levels: 6 different levels

  • Students per class (Max.): 7
    Min Age: 18

  • Class Description: 55 min.

  • School info: Computer area with free internet and connection, kitchen with refrigerator, microwave and dining facilities, large lounge and bar, large backyard.
    Situation: Located in the scenic and capital city of Santiago de Chile, surrounded by beautiful landscape and close to major tourist attractions.

    Price from: 185$ per week

An historic but very well preserved building is the home of the Enforex Santiago. The language school comprises of 7 classrooms, a multimedia room consisting of a modern flat screened television, DVD and an audio system.


The school also has a kitchen with a fridge, microwave and hot and cold water dispenser. There is also a computer room with free internet access available and a large lounge and bar area serving hot and cold drinks. The school also boasts a front and back yard with sitting areas nestled between the flowers and trees where students can sit and relax when they are not studying.

There are 6 levels of Spanish courses offered at the Enforex Santiago from beginner to advance. The lessons last for 55 minute durations and the maximum amount of students per class is 7 and the minimum is just 3 students.

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