Enforex acquires Malaga Sí Spanish school

07 June, 2014

The Enforex chain of Spanish language schools, part of the Ideal Education Group, has acquired Malaga Sí school in Andalucía, Spain.

Photo: The Enforex Malaga Sí school is located 100 metres from the beachl

Antonio Anadon, Owner and Founder of Enforex and the Ideal Education Group, told Study Travel Magazine, “I have been very interested for a couple of years in having a school in Malaga. It is the second most important school in Malaga and in the best location. We have landed in Malaga and we are going to add our quality support to the school.”

The school, which will now be known as Enforex Malaga Sí, is located near the beach in the El Pedralejo neighbourhood in the city, and features 18 classrooms, a language lab, a student lounge, a library and computers with internet access, as well as a private swimming pool.

Enforex Malaga Sí will become a year-round junior centre, while the adult programme will include Dele preparation courses, intensive Spanish and Spanish teacher training programmes. The school is accredited by the Cervantes Institute and is a member of Fedele.

Anadon added that the Enfocamp brand of summer camps for international and Spanish students would be adding a 10th location in Malaga this year, hosted at a prestigious local high school.

Further plans for the Enforex Malaga school include the opening of a student residence next year. “One of the most important focuses for us is to have a student residence. For now, we have an agreement with a local university,” said Anadon.

Anadon said by acquiring the school, Enforex was bringing a quality new offer to its agent network. “This school mostly worked directly with clients. The thing that is most important for us is the support of agents. We are going to offer a very good school that will be valuable for agents.”

Commenting on the further expansion of Enforex and the Ideal Education Group, Anadon said, “I am very happy we are continuing to develop and grow the business, and I am enjoying it more than ever.

“We bought Academia Columbus and are looking for more expansion in South America. We continue being the leading Spanish teaching organisation.”

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