WE OPEN AGAIN!
We start classes again on the 1st July!
We are now ready to open again after a few months full of challenges and opportunities. We have been working for a long time to obtain all the guarantees of security to make Debla 100% safe.
We have obtained the certification of FEDELE (Spanish Federation of Spanish Schools) which means that we are accredited as a safe school. We have worked out a contingency plan in which all the sanitary measures impulsed by the authorities are established: use of open spaces, reduction of the number of students per class, daily desinfection of our facilities, and all of our team has been trained for the prevention of infections, etc.
Our country has been hit hard by the virus but all together we have managed to overcome it. Obviously, we may not forget that the virus is still there, so both the Spanish Authorities and Debla carry out all the necessary sanitary measures to keep the virus away from our lives. Life in Malaga and Spain is totally normal and safe.
Yes, all the monuments and museums in Malaga are open to the public and can be visited with a limited capacity.
From the 21st June you can travel to Malaga by any means of transport and without quarantine once you reach your destination.
From the 21st June the airlines start to recover all their routes and of course Malaga is among them.
Life in Malaga is totally normal and you can enjoy the city as always. Restaurants, bars, discos and shops are open and beaches have adjusted the capacity so that all users have máximum security.
Yes, you are free to travel within Andalusia and Spain. You can go on excursions to other places in Andalusia on your own or join the excursions organized by Debla.
Public transports work normally but the capacity will be reduced to guarantee the safety of travelers.
No, all European citizens can access all health services in Malaga with the European health card. Non European citizens should have a private insurance.
The school offers a wide range of activities every day and excursions during the weekend to other places in Andalusia so that our students can have fun and enjoy the Spanish culture.
The school has worked out a plan for this hypothetical case. It consists of the following parts:
- Teaching would continue online
- Security protocols would be applied in all the accommodations where our students are housed.
- The school will facilitate the student´s return to his country of origin if needed.
The Spanish authorities have decided to cancel the August event due to the high number of people and the impossibility to maintain distance. It will be replaced by concerts and culture in the city.
If you cancel the course before 15 days before the course starts we will refund a 100% of the amount paid. If you cancel between 14 a and 7 days before the course starts we will return a 75% of the amount paid. If you cancel 6 days before the course starts we will return a 50% of the amount paid. You may also choose to postpone the course or transform it into an online course without any costs.
*All the information provided is subject to changes by the Spanish authorities