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summer & winner camp program

Along with the Complutense University of Madrid, GEC now offers Summer & Winter Camps Program for students, aiming to provide students with a wide range of local tours while learning the Spanish language and culture courses to gain a deeper understanding of the customs and history of Spain.

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8000+ destinations

Satisfy your cultural needs

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47 World Heritage Sites

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20+ types of courses

Gave you multiple choices

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Enjoy diverse civilizations

Courses of Spanish Language and Culture

Delivered by teachers of rich professional experiences, by the use of immersion method of language teaching, the students will have an opportunity to feel the charm of the Spanish language, truly understand Spanish national culture, and wander in the journey of history and art.

Specialized courses

Delivered by the professors of Faculty of Economics and Business Administration and Faculty of Commerce and Tourism of the Complutense University of Madrid, the courses not only provide specialized knowledge for the students, but also specialty investigations in areas of leadership, innovation and entrepreneurship. While the project helps the students understand the new opportunities and challenges of the world economic structure from the thinking of Europe and internationalization, it helps them identify and develop their own competitive advantages. Student will also learn to communicate with people and other core leadership techniques such as time and financial management, conflict resolution, etc.

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Deep exploration of Spain

Includes a varied series of cultural, historic and artistic tours, which is designed to make the students enjoy a 360º tour of the special human landscape of Spain. 

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The Royal Palace of Madrid

The Royal Palace of Madrid is the thirdly largest palace in Europe, after the Palace of Versailles and the Schönbrunn Palace. Built in 1738, it took 26 years to complete the construction. It’s one of the exquisite palaces with complete preservation in the world. The palace has a gorgeous appearance with a square structure. Inside there are countless vessels of gold and silver, paintings, china, carpets and other royal articles. It remains one of the best among all the royal palaces in Europe.

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Prado National Museum

The Prado National Museum sits in an excellent location, lined with trees, surrounded by monuments and buildings with Madrid's symbolic significance, and leads one of the most popular tourist routes in the capital city, the Walk of Art (Paseo del Arte). Prado has a precious collection of 8,600 paintings and more than 700 sculptures.

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Sagrada Famiilia

The construction of the Sagrada Familia dates from 1882. In 1883, Antoni Gaudí combined the Gothic style and curvilinear art, which since then, has formed his symbolic design style. The Sagrada Familia now has been listed by the UNESCO as one of the World Cultural Heritage sites. It has become the most famous tourist attraction of Barcelona for its height and unique architectural designs.

The construction of the Sagrada Familia dates from 1882. In 1883, Antoni Gaudí combined the Gothic style and curvilinear art, which since then, has formed his symbolic design style. The Sagrada Familia now has been listed by the UNESCO as one of the World Cultural Heritage sites. It has become the most famous tourist attraction of Barcelona for its height and unique architectural designs.

The construction of the Sagrada Familia dates from 1882. In 1883, Antoni Gaudí combined the Gothic style and curvilinear art, which since then, has formed his symbolic design style. The Sagrada Familia now has been listed by the UNESCO as one of the World Cultural Heritage sites. It has become the most famous tourist attraction of Barcelona for its height and unique architectural designs.

The La Pedrera-Casa Milà was the last private home designed by the famous architect Antoni Gaudí. The Casa Milá is concerned as the most symbolic of all the modern buildings, and at the same time, the most original one. It counts one of the most important buildings in the 20th century. It doesn’t have any right angles, which is the main specialty of the works of Antoni Gaudí.

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La Pedrera-Casa Milà

The La Pedrera-Casa Milà was the last private home designed by the famous architect Antoni Gaudí. The Casa Milá is concerned as the most symbolic of all the modern buildings, and at the same time, the most original one. It counts one of the most important buildings in the 20th century. It doesn’t have any right angles, which is the main specialty of the works of Antoni Gaudí.

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Casa Batlló

Designed by the Spanish architect Antoni Gaudí, the Casa Batlló is well-known in the world for its bizarre appearance. It was a symbol of the buildings with Catalonian modernist styles in the period of the late 19th century and the early 20th century. In addition, compared to other works of the architect, the Casa Batlló has the highest degree of completion.

Designed by the Spanish architect Antoni Gaudí, the Casa Batlló is well-known in the world for its bizarre appearance. It was a symbol of the buildings with Catalonian modernist styles in the period of the late 19th century and the early 20th century. In addition, compared to other works of the architect, the Casa Batlló has the highest degree of completion.

Designed by the Spanish architect Antoni Gaudí, the Casa Batlló is well-known in the world for its bizarre appearance. It was a symbol of the buildings with Catalonian modernist styles in the period of the late 19th century and the early 20th century. In addition, compared to other works of the architect, the Casa Batlló has the highest degree of completion.

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Toledo

As capital of the autonomous region of Castilla-La Mancha, Toledo is a political, economical and social center of Spain, with great importance. It’s known for its unique collection of crafts. Toledo has been certificated by the UNESCO as city of Human cultural heritage for its special city style. When you stroll down the street, you can always see Mudejar o Gothic churches with a style that combines Arabic and Roman ones, or Renaissance palaces.

As capital of the autonomous region of Castilla-La Mancha, Toledo is a political, economical and social center of Spain, with great importance. It’s known for its unique collection of crafts. Toledo has been certificated by the UNESCO as city of Human cultural heritage for its special city style. When you stroll down the street, you can always see Mudejar o Gothic churches with a style that combines Arabic and Roman ones, or Renaissance palaces.

As capital of the autonomous region of Castilla-La Mancha, Toledo is a political, economical and social center of Spain, with great importance. It’s known for its unique collection of crafts. Toledo has been certificated by the UNESCO as city of Human cultural heritage for its special city style. When you stroll down the street, you can always see Mudejar o Gothic churches with a style that combines Arabic and Roman ones, or Renaissance palaces.

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