Here at The Spanish Cultural Association, our mission is simple: spread the Spanish culture, teach the beautiful language, and share the rich history - right here in Hong Kong. Learn more about our organization here.
Study at any level, from beginner to expert.
If you’re looking to start a Spanish course soon, The Spanish Cultural Association provides Spanish courses for kids, teens, and adults, whereby each Spanish class is taught by one of our qualified native speakers. Learn more about our spanish courses here.
Expand Your Vocabulary
and range of expressions
With our special Spanish lessons and workshops based on conversation, which we offer to both our intermediate and advanced students, you’ll have no excuse for not putting your Spanish into practice! With each Spanish class, we assure that both your vocabulary and range of expressions will only get better!
Our seasonal promotions
Adult group classes - 20% off
Bring a friend - 300 HKD off
Weekdays 9am - 4pm - 15% discount
Strengthen your Spanish with our exam preparation courses.
Whether you’re taking the IGCSE, IB, DELE, SAT, A-levels and HKDSE we have prepared numerous students for the most popular exam boards in Hong Kong.
Why learning spanish?
Due to its many similarities to the English language, Spanish is one of the easiest languages to learn for anglophones. In addition, Spanish pronunciation is quite straightforward so that you’ll easily know how to pronounce a word,even if you’ve never seen it before. When you learn Spanish, you’ll realize that the Spanish grammar has more variation, but also includes some parallels with basic grammar -so you’ll be able to hold a meaningful conversation whether you’re travelling to South America or conversing with native speakers here in Hong Kong!
Spanish is the second most spoken language in terms of native speakers and is alsothe third most known language in the world after English and Chinese. In addition, Spanish is alsothe second language in the United States; most widelyused in states like California and Florida. All Central and South American countries, excluding Brazil, have Spanish as their official language.
It’s not just about taking a Spanish course or a lesson to fill in the time, it’s about enrichening your overall travel experience. When you know the language of the place you’re travelling to, you’ll be ableto interact with the locals and to experience things that others won’tbe able to.While you can still travel to countries like Spain, Mexico or Argentina without knowing any Spanish, taking a Spanish course will help you to move around a lot easier when you’re there!