Since July 2003 GADIR has formed a part of the Network of Cervantes Institute Accredited Centres. An accredited centre is a teaching institution which the Cervantes Institute has expressly recognised as a centre which offers a high level of quality in all the services it provides, in accordance with the requirements and conditions established by the Cervantes Institute itself.
The student who chooses a Cervantes Institute Accredited Centre in which to study a Spanish course in Spain has the guarantee that he has made the right choice because the centre has been subject to an independent, professional and objective inspection.
All the Spanish schools which have joined the Network of Cervantes Institute Accredited Centres meet a long series of legal and academic requirements which are examined every two years by the assessing bodies of the Cervantes Institute. Among other things, the following aspects are analysed:
- Academic activities and teaching quality
- Equipment and facilities
- Administrative organisation
More information about the requirements that GADIR, International School of Spanish, meets as an Accredited Centre is available at this page.