Class Duration

Class Per Week

Student Age

Class Days

*Subject to change. Some activities may have an additional cost.


Transition Year students can meet our specially trained Stein Study Group leaders and other group members at Dublin Airport. You will all travel as a group to Malaga from where you’ll be provided with transport to Cadíz before meeting your host family.

Flight Advisory


The first four Spanish lessons

A tour of Cadíz

Settle into Cadíz and make new friends or get to know your host family.


Four Spanish lessons

Hang out on Cadíz’ beach with your classmates

Karaoke night.


Four Spanish lessons

Students are taken to tourist attraction Tavira tower.

Free time


Four Spanish lessons

Take a supervised surf lesson

A movie night is arranged by Clic Cadíz staff


Four Spanish lessons

After class, students can relax on the beach with friends

Spend your free time with classmates or catching up with your host family


You’ll be taken on a full day trip to Seville, capital of the Andalusian region. Here you’ll see the beautiful cathedral and city Plaza.


Spend the full day relaxing or shopping before another busy week of classes, activities and excursions

Course Summary

10 Students

15 - 16 year olds




We are proud to be affiliated with the fantastic International House Clic Cadíz language school who are quality assured. As a member of IALC, they are part of a community of excellent schools and uphold teaching methods and values of the highest standard.

There are twenty classes per week included in this trip for Transition Years. These are taught by qualified and experienced tutors in a stimulating and interactive environment. Tutors use engaging methods to ensure that students develop a passion for the Spanish language while they improve their fluency. Improving your language skills happens outside of class too. You’ll practice speaking Spanish with classmates during activities and excursions as well as at home with your host family.

Dates & Prices

The price list for twenty lessons per week, accommodation, full board, transfers, and  four activities and two excursions per week is as follows:

                  9th April            4th June            2nd July
Two weeks                     €1,199            €999            €1,199
Three weeks                   €1,699            €1,499            €1,699


Stein Study understands the concerns of parents and the needs of students when planning a language course abroad. In order to ensure your experience is as positive as possible, we only work with language schools who source safe, comfortable and convenient accommodation. Clic previously assesses all host families to ensure that they able to meet each student’s requirements fully.

Your host family will provide you with all meals during your stay. You can share a double room with a friend or if you are travelling alone we will place you with another student.

Staying with a host family is a fantastic way to fully embrace the local culture, language and way of life. During this immersive experience, you’ll speak Spanish on a daily basis with your friendly host family in a laid-back family environment.

School Introduction Video

Students will stay with a welcoming host family who live a short distance from the Clic language school. Each host family is previously vetted by the school staff.

Transfer between the airport and your host family’s home is provided on arrival and departure.

Students can opt to stay for two or three weeks. If you book a two week trip but want to extend your stay while you’re there, that’s no problem.

You have three choices: the 9th of April, the 4th of June or the 2nd of July.

Having a foundation of conversational Spanish is beneficial to students going on any of our language courses but even less advanced students will see their fluency flourish in a short space of time during this immersive experience.

You’ll need to arrange your own flights. But we will provide you with the details needed regarding the airline you’ll travel with, the flight number and flight times of your outgoing and return journeys to ensure you travel with your Group Leaders and fellow students.

While all meals are provided, you’ll need money for socialising and shopping during your time away.

Students can opt to share a room with a friend or can be placed with another student if they have travelled alone. Staying with a student who you didn’t know before your trip is a great way to widen your circle of friends while getting the chance to practice your language skills with new people.