STUDY SPANISH IN CHILE

OUR SPANISH COURSES


Intensive Courses

Monday to Friday, 20 lessons per week, from 10:00am to 1:30pm, group mode (3 students max.) and private (one on one).

Non-Intensive Courses

Monday to Friday, from 2:30pm on (ask for availability, or special cases), private mode, according to students availability.

Non- Intensive courses at home/workplace

From Monday to Friday, schedule to be agreed, minimum session: 2 lessons (90 minutes).

RATES


Rates in Chilean prices (CLP) with reference values in dollars
RATES PER STUDENT

INTENSIVE GROUP COURSES

125.000 CLP per week (20 lessons,) approx 185 USD

INTENSIVE GROUP COURSESWITH DISCOUNT
Only applies when paying 100% of the rate at the beginning of the course

242.000 CLP for 2 weeks (40 lessons), approximately 360 USD

348.000 CLP for 3 weeks (60 lessons), approximately 520 USD

440.000 CLP for 4 weeks (80 lessons), approximately 655 USD

Each additional week, starting from the 5th week, will cost 100,000 CLP, approximately 150 USD.


PRIVATE INTENSIVE CLASSES AT SCHOOL

200.000 CLP per week (20 lessons,) approx. 300 USD

PRIVATE INTENSIVE CLASSES AT SCHOOLWITH DISCOUNT
Only applies when paying 100% of the rate at the beginning of the course

388.000 CLP For 2 weeks (40 lessons), approximately 580 USD

558.000 CLP for 3 weeks (60 lessons), approximately 835 USD

704.000 CLP for 4 weeks (80 lessons), approximately 1055 USD


Private non-intensive classes at school

12.000 CLP per lesson, approximately 18 USD

Private non-intensive classes at home/workplace*

31.500 CLP 2-lessons class, approximately 45 USD

*This type of classes requires a minimum of 2 lessons each time

WHY NEWEN?


EXPERT TEACHERS

With years of experience in Spanish classes, bilingual, and an extensive knowledge of Latino American and Chilean culture.

PRIVATE CLASSES

Whether it is an intensive course, or a few lessons per week, on one-on-one modality.

14 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE

Since January, 2003 teaching Spanish courses in Chile!

QUALITY

Grammar and culture in harmony, dynamic sessions, great availability from our staff and a variety of materials for the classes.

ADAPTABILITY

We can adapt to your needs and objectives.

EXCELLENT LOCATION

A few meters away from Bellas Artes metro station (L5/Green Line,) a few blocks away from downtown, close to Forestal Park, surrounded by museums, cafes, bookstores, etc.

FREE ACTIVITIES

Extracurricular activities, tours (once a week, for intensive courses,) watching movies and documentaries, among others.

FAMILIAR

Pleasant atmosphere that will make you feel comfortable through your Spanish learning experience.

MAXIMUM OF 3 STUDENTS

Small group classes.

WHO ARE WE?


Newen is a small language school that offers Spanish courses in Santiago. We are moved by the transmission, not only of our language, but also of our culture. That is why we have chosen “Newen” as our name, a word that means “cosmic energy” in Mapudungu, the tongue of Mapuche, one of the most important indigenous nation in our country.
Some of our teachers,
Sergio Duarte
Sergio Duarte
He works with us since 2007
French teacher from Universidad Metropolitana de Ciencias de la Educación (Santiago, Chile). His passion is rock and the native cultures from our country.
His students feel really inspired thanks to his methodology that encourages them to speak from the very first class.
Ángeles Zagal
Ángeles Zagal
She works with us since 2014
English – Spanish translator from the Universidad of Concepción (Concepción, Chile). She loves to travel, that is her passion, which led her to teach Spanish as a foreign language in France some years ago.
Her classes are prepared with great dedication, in order to meet the specific needs of her students.
Hernán Madrid
Hernán Madrid
He works with us since 2008
He holds a Bachelor in Arts from Universidad Arcis, has studied English- Spanish Translation at Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, and is also a poet.
Great connoisseur of Spanish Grammar, he is also an expert in cultural topics. His students feel that with him they are not only learning a new language, but they are also getting to know about it on a much deeper level, which helps them to understand the intricacies of our tongue.
Paola Lazcano
Paola Lazcano
School Director
Our Principal. She holds a Bachelor in Spanish and Hispanic Literature from the Universidad de Chile (Santiago, Chile.) She is also a Masters graduate form the program of Spanish Linguistics from the same university. She works as a Spanish teacher since 2000. Her bicycle and books are her passions in life!

CHILE AND SANTIAGO


Chile is known for being an extremely long country, which gives it the characteristic of possessing a huge array of different landscapes and weathers. In the North part of it you can find one of the driest and more beautiful deserts in the world. Its central area is the home of several fertile valleys that possess a background made out of the breathtaking high mountains of the Andes. If you head towards the South of our country you will face its ever-present rains and the sublime beauty that comes along with its forests, lakes, and fiords.
The transportation system is fast and safe, so you will be able to easily program your trip. It won’t be hard!

Santiago is located at the Northern-central part of the country. It has a privileged weather, possessing a long and dry summer. Its maximum temperatures raise up to 30ºC (86ºF ). On the other hand, its winter is short, and it is during this period when it rains the most. However, in Santiago, it rains between 10 to 15 days a year, so it is an ideal weather to plan your outdoor activities, even in winter.
The capital is located a little more than an hour from the seaside and the mountains, as well, so it is a strategical place to rest from a long journey, take a Spanish course, and plan some trips to the surrounding areas of the city during weekends.
The city is mostly flat, and it has a system of bikeways that has been slowly growing over the past years, making Santiago one of the best cities in which to use such a transportation system.
Santiago is a vibrant city with a myriad of cultural, gastronomical and artistic activities throughout the year, as well as an exceptionally live nightlife, which makes it an attractive place for thousands of visitors every year.
That is why Santiago is an ideal place for studying Spanish.

Contact


Location

Ismael Valdés Vergara 514 oficina B22
Bellas Artes Metro Station, Green Line/L5.
Santiago




NEWEN

The word “Newen”, in Mapudungu (a native language of our country) means “energy of the universe”. We have chosen this name as a way of introducing our foreign visitors to a part of our culture, because we know that learning a language also means learning about the culture to which it belongs. This is one of the reasons that we have founded the Newen Spanish School in Chile.

WHERE

The school is located in front of Parque Forestal, one block away from a metro station and Fine Arts Museum, three blocks away from Santa Lucía Hill and six from San Cristóbal Hill and Metropolitan Park, and surrounded by a lots of coffee shops with an excelent atmosphere.