Terms and conditions

Deliberate Spanish ("the school") is owned by Ignacio Sánchez Caballero, Avenida de Gaudí, 68, 5-2, Barcelona 08025, Spain. Business ID: ES47034106A.

The school offers Spanish language courses on its online community ("La Comunidad") and in person (Spain and other countries).

1.- This Agreement

1.1 This agreement is legally binding once the school has received payment from the student.

1.2 The law of Spain shall apply to this agreement.

2.- School Liability

2.1 The school accepts no responsibility whatsoever for student actions. The school assumes no responsibility for accidents, theft or injuries during the client’s stay with the school.

2.2 The school cannot take responsibility for disruptions to courses resulting from forces out of our control (such as natural disasters, strikes, civil disorders etc.). Lessons lost as a result of the above causes will not be recovered or refunded.

2.3 Complaints about the execution of the agreement or the course, should be reported immediately to the school owner. If the student does not contact the school within reasonable time, the school cannot be held responsible.

3.-Student Conduct, Liability and Responsibility

3.1 All students are required to respect other students, teachers and staff. The illegal use of drugs, alcohol abuse or inconsiderate or offensive behavior towards others is considered unacceptable. The school reserves the right to cancel a course and/or remove the student from the course without refund in circumstances where the student is found to be in breach of the school code of conduct or as deemed by the school owner.

3.2 Students are not covered for any illnesses, accidents, or loss of personal property (neither during activities outside or inside the classroom).

3.3 The student is responsible for having the correct documents and insurance policy and medical policy regarding their stay abroad.

3.4 The student is obliged to inform the school of their arrival details as requested by the school.

3.5 The student must comply with all vaccination guidelines set forth by the Government of Spain (https://www.spth.gob.es/). In the case of COVID-19, a Digital COVID EU passport or an EMA/WHO compatible certificate of vaccination is required.

4.-Prices and Payment

4.1 The course prices are available online. In some cases it might be possible to reserve a course with an initial deposit, which will be deducted from the total cost.

4.2 The school reserves the right to cancel the student’s reservation for non-payment of pending installments within a given date before the beginning of the course.

5.-Cancellations and refunds

5.1 When cancelling an in-person course, a $50 processing fee will be deducted from the refunded amount.

When cancelling a recurring subscription within the first 7 days, a full refund will be issued.

When cancelling a recurring subscription after the first 7 days, no refund will be issued.

5.2 Cancellation requests must be made in writing and are only valid when confirmed by the school.

5.3 Depending on when a cancellation is made, the refund amount will change:
- When cancelling more than 60 days prior to the start of the course, 100% will be refunded (except the processing fee)
- When cancelling between 59 and 30 days prior to the start of the course, 25% will be refunded (except the processing fee)

No refund shall be granted if cancelling less than 30 days prior to the start of the course.

6.-Late Arrival or Absence

6.1 When the student starts the course later than the specified starting dates, being justifiable or not (including illness, personal reasons etc.), there will be neither refund nor compensation with a free extension of the course.

6.2 Classes that are missed due to student absence cannot be recovered.

7.-Course Structure

7.1 The school may change course structure and timetables when necessary.

7.2 The school reserves the right not to cancel a course if it does not arrive at the minimum number of students.


8.1 The school provides no accommodation.

10.-Activities and Excursions

10.1 Information about activities and excursions offered by the school should only be used as a guide and not as an accurate list of events. Some activities may not run or may be substituted by other activities.

11.-Minimum Age and Documentation

11.1 The minimum age for attending the in-person courses of the school is 18 years. For certain courses and under certain circumstances exceptions may be made. In case of a booking by a minor, an authorization letter has to be completed and signed by the parent or legal guardian.

11.2 Students are required to show to school official documents in order to be accepted. National identity card (or passport) for European students and passport for non-European students.