Disha's supportive sister did all the initial research for her Spanish adventure; “She found AIL Madrid, Don Quixote, and one other school. What really helped me decide was YouTube: AIL had a video of the shared flat that showed the rooms and there were tons of comments and views. It was a lot of social media; I like reading all the comments and a lot of reviews on Facebook as well.”
Now that she's been at AIL for five weeks, Disha feels over the moon about her choice, “AIL's not a place that says, ‘here';s the grammar, here's this and that’, it's holistic in a way. You get everything: listening, reading, writing, speaking, cultural activities, and the staff, to be honest, just change everything. It's a unique selling point; they're so friendly. I wanted a cell phone and I had one immediately. Then I changed my mind and wanted a SIM card and had that in another five seconds with no problem."