We are a relatively small language school with a rather casual athmosphere. For more than 30 years we have faithfully followed the principles that have guided us from the first day, and that are based on our passion for languages.
Our teaching staff is young and highly dynamic, and each teacher is an expert with a lot of experience in his or her field.
We strive to constantly improve the quality of our teaching, so that our students leave with good memories of our staff and an unforgettable experience with our courses.
The pleasant working athmosphere among our staff is usually contagious… We want you to feel, well…at home!
Isabel, the director and founder of Academia Andaluza. I am in charge of the coordination and supervision of the work of all our staff members.
Since 1987 has been dedicating herself to the cleaning of our school and the apartments. She is a very sporty person and loves to walk on the beach.
Carmen came to our school to start teaching in 1989 after graduating in Hispanic Studies at the University of Barcelona. She is passionate about literature and has published several articles in various magazines.
Paul came to live in Spain in 2003 and started as a teacher at our school in october 2003. He is a football fan and he likes books, long walks and jazz and blues.
Hi, my name is Carlos Manuel Tomé. Since February 2011 I am the handyman at the Academia Andaluza. I also welcome our Spanish students, show them around the town and guide them on our excursions and activities. Any problem that may arise, I will help to sort it out. I like outdoor sports such as ...
Leo came to us as a teacher after finishing Hispanic studies at the University of Cádiz. She loves to go to the cinema, to concerts and theatre shows.
My friends call me ‘Mare’. I graduated from the Faculty of Educational Science at the University of Seville as a preschool teacher. Since December of 2012 I have been working as a secretary at the Academia. I like walking on the beach in the winter, reading a good book, listening to rock music and and ...