Evening Spanish Course

Evening Spanish Course at a Glance

Classes per week

4 group


The average class has 6 students, with a maximum of 9 students (one of the smallest, most personal class sizes available in Madrid!)

Duration of the course

4 - 52 weeks


Monday / Wednesday


Tuesday / Thursday

Either 7pm - 8.30pm or 8.30pm - 10pm

** We are currently in the process of changing our timetables. Future classes will take place from 6.30pm - 8pm and from 8pm - 9.30 pm.

Duration of one class at ail madrid

45 minutes


We have classes available for complete beginners (A1) to Spanish language masters (C2)! Courses are offered at all levels in accordance with the common European Framework of Reference for Languages.


AIL Madrid uses textbooks recommended by Instituto Cervantes that endeavor to provide the best methodology of Spanish teaching, complemented by a range of audio/visual materials, handouts, the school's own materials, and the internet.


Each student receives an attendance certificate upon finishing the course and has the option to take an exam at the end of the course.


4 weeks

105 €
30€ enrollment fee

8 weeks + 1 free

210 €
30€ enrollment fee

12 weeks + 2 free

315 €
30€ enrollment fee

16 weeks + 3 free

420 €
30€ enrollment fee

Evening Spanish Course: a teacher’s view

Hi there!

I'm Eduardo, a Spanish teacher here at AIL Madrid, and I would like to tell you all about our Evening Spanish Course in Madrid.

Are you working or studying, and have no time to improve your Spanish during the day? If so, AIL Madrid's Spanish Evening Course is made for you: it consists of two 1.5 hour sessions per week, on Monday and Wednesday, or Tuesday and Thursday evenings, and provides all the skills you need to become fluent!

Our Spanish Evening Classes aim to make your day to day life in Madrid easier by helping you develop your overall communication skills. You will learn to understand your colleagues and people on the street easily and express yourself fluently in any situation. They focus on grammar, paying attention to new vocabulary and useful expressions (even the colloquial ones), so you can feel as comfortable as possible when socializing with Spaniards!

I like to actively engage my students in all the activities and exercises making them the leaders in the classroom. My role is to present the grammatical aspects and act as a mediator and / or coach during debates and presentations. I believe that the best way to learn Spanish is through communication: focusing on developing oral and written communication strategies through current affairs and controversial topics that make the classes fun and relevant.

I look forward to seeing you at our Spanish Evening Classes soon!