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Details & Costs


Valencia Program Costs

Shared Apartment Cost Homestay Cost
2 Weeks US $1594 2 Weeks US $1806
3 Weeks US $1700 3 Weeks US $2044
4 Weeks US $1796 4 Weeks US $2281
5 Weeks US $1913 5 Weeks US $2519
6 Weeks US $2029 6 Weeks US $2756
7 Weeks US $2145 7 Weeks US $2994
8 Weeks  US $2261  8 Weeks  US $3231
9 Weeks  US $2378 9 Weeks   US $3469
10 Weeks  US $2494 10 Weeks   US $3706
11 Weeks  US $2610  11 Weeks  US $3944
12 Weeks  US $2726  12 Weeks  US $4181

Application Fee: $200 The application fee is a separate administrative charge for all programs. It does not apply to the program fee. (Please see our application fee refund policy here)

Program Includes:

*Pre-Departure Packet
*Airport or Train Station Pick-Up in Valencia
*Homestay option includes breakfast and dinner
*2-3 Social activities per week
*24/7 In-Country Support

Program Does Not Include:

*Round-Trip Flights to Spain
*Return Taxi to Airport
*Required Travel and Medical Insurance
*Visa Fees
*Meals (except in the homestay option)


All ELI participants have a choice between a homestay or shared apartment.

Apartments: The shared apartments have basic furniture. These are chosen to appeal the budget conscious traveler. They are usually located in the neighborhood of Benimaclet, which is conveniently close to the language school we work with. You will have your own bedroom, but bathrooms that are share by 2 or 3 other participants. If there are more than 3 students, at least an extra toilet will be available. All apartments have Internet connection and the rooms with natural light and contain a bed, wardrobe and a desk. You may upgrade to larger, more modern apartments for an additional $25 per week.

Start Dates

Move-in dates are Saturdays (after noon), move out also on Saturdays, but before noon. You may move out mid-week, but will be charged for the full week.

Notes and Helpful Links

Valencia has an international airport connecting to many European cities. If you are arriving from a non-European country, you will need to transfer in one of these cities. Here is a link to the Valencia Airport's website. Many people choose to fly into Madrid or Barcelona for some pre-program touring. In that case, trains and buses might be the best way to to continue on to Valencia. 

Visas are required for many nationalities. Others (U.S. and Canada) may visit for to 90 days without a visa. Longer stays are possible if you are taking Spanish classes, in which case you will need a student visa.

Apply Now

After you fill out the Application Form on our website, our Application Advisor will be in touch to help you with the next steps.


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