A LANGUAGE school in Malaga has been declared the best in the world.
For a third year the Malaca Institute has been named the best Spanish school for foreigners by the British Language Travel Magazine.
The award, based on questionnaires completed by students worldwide, was presented in London to Ida Willadsen, who founded the school in 1971.
She said: “We’ve been nominated five times and have received the award three times, I do not know if there is another center that can claim that.”
The school has 160 bedrooms, a pool, restaurant, library, cinema, cooking classes and sports coaching.
Continued Willadsen: “The pupils enjoy the climate, the friendly people, the food and they see that Malaga is changing and each time offering more cultural activities.”
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