Speakeasy offers its students fair health insurance services, no matter the length of your stay
In addition to the comfort of knowing that you will be fully covered throughout your stay in Spain, student visas require students to be covered with comprehensive medical insurance. If you plan to stay in Spain for more than 90 days, and you need a student visa, you must have insurance with full coverage of medical services in Spain. We work with medical insurance providers who meet these requirements and have special deals for our students.
Our insurance providers offer personalized, flexible and immediate care. Your medical plan is adapted to your period of stay in Barcelona with a minimum three-month period. In the case that your NIE or Visa is rejected, a refund of the amount paid will be processed.
- Primary and specialized medical care, diagnostic tests, and therapeutic treatment
- 24h emergency service
- Zero copayments
- No waiting periods
Contact us to get a no obligation quote or more information.
I’ve been a student at speakeasy for a month and a half now, and it’s been going even better than I could’ve expected. We started learning practical Spanish from day 1 and by the end of the first week I was already able to have basic conversations with cashiers, friends, and people I met while out and about. There’s no better motivation than being able to use the words and phrases you learn in class to immediately connect with people. Of course the quality of learning also stems from the quality of teaching, and I can’t speak highly enough of my professor at the school, Cristina Revenga. In addition to a varied pedagogical approach (which keeps the whole class engaged for 4 hours at a time) and an endless amount of enthusiasm for the subject, she’s also a great source of knowledge about Spanish culture. She’s constantly recommending songs, books, food, festivals and other ways to engage with the language and culture outside of class. My classmates also bring a diverse range of backgrounds to the classroom. It’s great learning about Camino de Santiago with an architect in class who can talk about the history of Romanesque architecture in Spain, or learning about linguistic similarities between Spanish and Swedish, Dutch or German from students from those countries. Basically, if you’re interested in learning Spanish and are curious about taking an immersive approach, you can’t go wrong with this academy.