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We Use the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFRL).

10 hours – Group Classes

Class Details

Our 10-hour course includes one 1 hour and 40-minute class per day Monday – Friday. The 10-hour course is most often scheduled from 1-2:40pm or 3-4:40pm. Our maximum group class size is six students. Students are always scheduled according to their Spanish level.

  • Oral Expression, Pronunciation and Fluency
  • Grammar and Structure
  • Vocabulary and Accuracy
  • Listening and Reading Comprehension
  • Composition and Spelling
Class Details

Experiential Education

We provide an engaging and safe learning environment for learners of all levels

Boutique Language School

Intimate class sizes from private lessons up to 6 students at our boutique language school.

Blue Zone

Experience the culture and lifestyle of the local Nosara community, Pura Vida.

Lifelong Learning

From day one our students benefit from total immersion into the Spanish language.

Who this Course is for

While 20 hours of Group Classes is the industry standard and the most effective for language acquisition, taking 10 hours of Group Classes is most suitable for those that already have a background in Spanish, are working remotely and have time constraints or those that would like to try out the course before committing to 20 hours of Spanish Classes.


Enroll today to Learn Spanish in Nosara!


Group Classes
  • 10 Hours
  • Spanish Lessons
  • All Levels
  • 1 Session / Day
$ 295 1 week


Group Classes
  • 20 Hours
  • Spanish Lessons
  • All Levels
  • 1 Session / Day
$ 575 2 weeks


Group Classes
  • 30 Hours
  • Spanish Lessons
  • All Levels
  • 1 Session / Day
$ 775 3 weeks


Group Classes
  • 40 Hours
  • Spanish Lessons
  • All Levels
  • 1 Session / Day
$ 995 4 weeks

For more than 4 weeks

Enrollment Process:

  1. Choose a plan and click on “Apply  Now“.
  2. Supply us your name, email, phone, program type (10 hour group) dates, your level of spanish, activities, accommodations.
  3. Pay 50% deposit.

Or to speak directly with an admissions advisor sign up here.

After Your Successful Enrollment:

  • Our NSI team will contact you by a welcome email and schedule with you your arrival at the institute.
  • You will receive our placement test form and  an email with a complete PDF with all information you need.
  • This is 10 hour program page so the hours are not the same as 20 hour.
  • The 10-hour course is most often scheduled from  8-9:40am or 1-2:40pm.
  • 1 session per day

From our students


Important Notes

Note that while Nosara Spanish Institute strives to meet each student’s schedule requests, we are unable to guarantee specific time slots due to the fluctuating number of students and level requirements we receive each week. Students are always be scheduled according to their Spanish level.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How does payment work for classes?

50% is required to reserve your space on the course. The remainder is not due until arrival. The deposit can be made via credit/debit card or paypal. The remainder may be paid in cash or credit card on campus

What do I need to bring for classes?

A notebook and a pen.

What is an average program day like?

Depending on how many hours of instruction students participate in, a typical day will consist of Spanish language classes Monday-Friday between the hours of 8am-5pm.  Lunch break runs from 11:40-1pm and students often walk down the street to eat at the cafes/restaurants, go surfing or stay at the school and eat.  2-3 days per week the school also organizes activities like cooking classes, salsa classes, half day trips to nearby beaches, waterfalls, etc.  You can view the actives on our activity board in the common area on campus.

How students will be placed by level?

All students complete an online assessment then sit for an oral interview. NSI’s students are placed in one of the six levels based on the communicative competences of the student, framed in three sets of descriptors: basic speaker, independent speaker and proficient speaker. Our levels adapt to the descriptions and parameters of the CEFRL, and are organized with an alphanumerical designation: A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2.

Are there any certifications or assessments available upon completing the program?

Yes, we can provide a certificate and completion letter stating the hours and level achieved.

What is the typical Spanish level of the other students?

Beginner and intermediate are the typical levels

How much homework is there?

At NSI we do most of our work in class but Monday – Thursday we do provide materials/assignments to be completed outside of class.  These are not graded but we do encourage students to complete any assignments so as to reinforce learning that happens in the classroom.

What to do after classes?

Most students of course head to the beach but there are a number of things to do which include yoga, martial arts, ziplining, horseback riding, surfing, ATV tours and much much more.

Where do students stay?

NSI offers two limited options that can be reserved directly with the school which are Student Housing and Homestay. Otherwise students often stay in airbnb’s, hotels and hostels. Please see our accommodations page.

What happens if I can’t attend the program?