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General information

Registration Form

Send completed the Registration Form via email (info@interschoolsplus.es) along with the photocopies of the legal document with which the participant travels and the certificate of the grades of the last course for the school trimester program and, depending on the country of origin, of the grades of the last three or four courses for the full School Year program.

Once these documents are received, the participant will be notified of the amounts to be paid and the deadlines.

In the case of a concerted or private school, the cost of the same and the terms for its payment will be communicated.





  • It is possible to contract a Multi Assistance Insurance. Please check the price and coverage by downloading the following “Document“.


  • It is possible to contract, as an option, a Cancellation Insurance that guarantees the total return of the payments made, as long as the cause of cancellation is contemplated by the insurance company. You can check the price and conditions in the following “Document”.


When you immerse yourself in another culture, you need a change of mood and behavior. Once the impact of the first moment is overcome, you learn to appreciate the new environment in which you will find yourself. Surely sometimes you will find something “strange” the food that they will give you. Do not let yourself be carried away by criticism, and try what you have probably never eaten. Submerging yourself in a different culture also means accepting different foods and flavors. Remember that each country has its own tastes and its own ways of cooking.


Documents valid for the trip

For all EU students it is necessary the DNI or individual passport in force during the whole stay in Madrid and the European health card. For students from outside the EU, they will have to go to the Spanish Consulate in their country of residence to ask what documentation they need and hire a private insurance covering any incident that may arise during their stay in Madrid.

The meals

All meals will be held in the dining room of the residence or in the home of the host families. If you are allergic or intolerant to any food, communicate it before arrival with a medical certificate. You will be provided with meal times upon your arrival, but normally in Spain you eat late. You will have to be punctual and if you plan to arrive late or not eat at the residence or with the host family, you will have to inform them in advance.


The climate of Madrid is cold in winter and very hot in summer. Normally it does not rain much, so it is very dry. We advise not to bring too much clothes, because the wardrobes of the residences or of the host families are not too big. For those who want to register in a gym or pool, we remind you that you should bring trainers, tracksuit, swimsuit, hat, flip flops and towel. We also recommend bringing a hair dryer. Residences or host families will provide bedding and towels for the bathroom.

Your room

Depending on the residence, you can have a double or triple room that you can share well with your classmates, as well as with Spanish or other national students. Residences and families will change the bedding, but remember that you will have to have the room always in order. Be careful not to damage walls and furniture … as if it was your home! If you damage or spoil anything, please immediately inform the head of the residence or the family and your coordinator.

Time difference

Depending on the country of origin and the time of year, there may be a time difference with Madrid.


Emergency number: 112

How to call by phone

To call another country from Spain, you need to dial: 00 + country code + subscriber number: “00 + 39 + (eg Italy) + subscriber number“. To call to Madrid from another country, it is necessary to dial: 00 + 34 (the prefix of Spain) + subscriber’s telephone number. It will also be essential that you all have the mobile number of your colleagues, as well as that of the coordinators and that of the residence or host family. EMERGENCY NUMBER: 112


Normally stores open from 9:30 am to 8 pm. The department stores are usually open from 10 am to 10 pm. and they also open on Sundays and holidays. In the downtown area shops open on Sundays and holidays. The main credit or debit cards are generally accepted.



At first you might have some difficulty in following the classes, even if you have a good level of Spanish. Do not get discouraged, things will go better after a few days. For those who need it, there is the possibility of an intensive Spanish course during the summer holidays (ask for a quote).


  • Check that the DNI or passport is operative.
  • Remember that there is a weight limit for the suitcase that you will bill.
  • That you can only check one suitcase and take another small one by hand.
  • Do not put in your hand luggage: scissors, knives, liquids, creams, etc.
  • Put the label with the name, address and telephone number of your house in the suitcase.
  • Remember that the plugs in Spain could be different to those in your country, so you will have to bring an adapter and the current is 220V.
  • Remember to mark the clothes with your first and last name.

Note: The excess weight and dimensions of the luggage is subject to the application of supplements that will have to be paid directly at the airport at the time of check-in. Check with the airline for the rates applied in case you want to travel with a baggage higher than the admitted one.

¡Good trip!

¡Enjoy your stay in Madrid!


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Carmen Orlando: +34 619 208 457 (WhatsApp)



Rocío Villalba: +34 617 342 910 (WhatsApp)


Interschools Plus

Phone: +34 915 228 996