F.A.Q. FACILITIES (click here)


What facilities and services does your school have?

Camino Barcelona features air conditioning in all classrooms, a living room with computers and free Internet access Wi-Fi, library and video library, a smoking area, a cafeteria, three sun terraces.

Will the school help me to apply for a VISA?

Students from European union countries do not require a visa. If you need a student VISA, the school will assist you with the application by providing you with an official acceptance letter from the school. It is important to take into account that to do so, we require FULL payment of the programme you have reserved with us. From our previous experience, it can sometimes take more than 8 weeks to obtain a visa from the consulate, so you should find out about the application procedure as soon as possible.
Normally, students who require a visa need to take the following documents to their nearest Spanish consulate before travelling to Spain:
1) A letter of acceptance and receipt from us (that we will provide you with), showing that you have enrolled on a course and that it has been paid for IN FULL.
2) Proof that you have your own insurance.
3) Proof of accommodation during your stay.
4) A valid passport.
We would, however, always advise that you check the most recent requirements with your local Spanish consulate. Please note that visas are only issued for full time courses (Intensive course, for example) but not for part time courses (such as the Evening course).

Will I have the possibility of exploring Barcelona and experience the Spanish culture and nightlife?

We offer a wide variety of activities that change from week to week! Some of our activities include a welcome party for all our new students, workshops about Spanish culture, literature or cinema… We also organize trips to Museums, dinners, salsa lessons, club nights…Apart from our school activities, we also have some “recommended activities” during the days in which the school is closed (like weekends or Bank Holidays). Some of these activities include, for example, excursions to local places of interest, such as the Monastery of Montserrat, the Dali museum in Figueres, day excursions to Girona, Sitges or ‘Tossa de Mar’