Spanish school in Montevideo

  •  Prices 2021 for Spanish courses  

  • Welcome to our School in Montevideo

    Joining a Spanish course at La Herradura in Montevideo means not only learning Spanish to a proficient level, but also practising your favourite sport, discovering the locality, making new friends and learning more about the Uruguayan lifestyle thanks to the warm welcome of the local people.

    Complete Spanish immersion is provided by the combination of a Spanish course with social activities, sports, volunteer work or internships which will help you to practice outside of class and obtain the best results in a short period of time.

    Montevideo invites you to be part of all this! Our video below shows you what you can expect from your stay at La Herradura.


     Some good reasons to choose our school:

    ·Small and familiar school

    ·Enormous offer of extracurricular activities and sports

    ·Tailored programs to suit each individual’s needs

    ·Active and flexible teaching method

    ·Personal attention from teachers and administration

    ·Small groups

    ·Relaxed atmosphere

    ·High quality teaching

    ·Professional organisation

    ·Easy integration with the area and local people

  • Working with Children and Young people


    You will work at a non-governmental and non-profit organization which was founded in 1988 with the aim to change the social policy in Uruguay. They stand up for human rights by organizing innovative projects to improve the quality of life of Uruguay’s citizens. The program of the organization consists of 6 different projects, which are all about education, investigation, prevention and socialization.

    One of the projects of the organization is deals with the reintegration of street children into society. The organization helps those children who experienced social exclusion by offering activities as well as help for their families if there are any other family members.

    Volunteers can work by helping to look after the children and spending some time with them, e.g. help them with their homework, play games, do sports or handicrafts. Trained volunteers (e.g. in psychology, sociology or other areas) also have the opportunity to do other kinds of work which require a specialized knowledge of the subject. 

    There’s a great variety of projects for the children to guarantee social inclusion and promote education. The organizations wants to inform people about the necessity of such programs and the development of preventive measures so that they can combat the problem of socially excluded children who are living on the streets of Montevideo.

    Interested? Ask for more information



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