Estudio Sampere is a pioneering Spanish Language school, founded in 1956 in Madrid by Isabel and Alberto Sampere. Later, in 1992, Estudio Sampere opened its doors to international students in Salamanca.
In 1995 the city of Cuenca, Ecuador, joined the list of Estudio Sampere destinations, also being one of the first Spanish schools in Latin America. Five years after, in 2000, Estudio Sampere expanded to the mediterranean coast, opening another school in Alicante. From then on students could enjoy this beautiful beach location.
The fifth and last (for now) Estudio Sampere school was opened in Havana, Cuba, providing students with the opportunity to discover a completely different experience.
All the schools share the same methodology and standards of quality in teaching Spanish.
The Sampere family has now been running these Spanish schools for over 60 years. Today, the third Sampere generation continues to provide the best way to study Spanish in Spain and Latin America.
Spanish teacher at Estudio Sampere for several years. She studied Hispanic Philology at the UAM and then did a Master’s Degree in Teacher Training for Teachers of Spanish as a Foreign Language at the UCM. She loves her job because it allows her to travel every day through the different cultures of her students and to rediscover Madrid from a more open perspective.
She has been teaching Spanish for more than 17 years with the same enthusiasm and energy as the first day. Ado loves to have fun in class and is passionate about teaching grammar with games and music. She couldn’t live in a world without beer and tortilla skewers. If you like to run you are sure to meet her in Retiro Park or Casa de Campo. Her dream would be to run the Boston Marathon and learn to swing dance.
She studied Hispanic Philology and a PhD in Spanish Language at the UCM. Her great dream has always been to be a teacher and for twenty years she has been fulfilling it every day in class. She loves the sea, Christmas, reading, traveling, going to the theater and especially telling stories and anecdotes to her students.
Isabel studied Hispanic Philology and she specialized as a teacher of Spanish L2/LE at the University of Alcalá (Madrid). In class, she likes to deal with current issues and organize dynamics that build confidence in her students. What she likes most about her job is that it allows her to meet people from all over the world from whom she learns something new every day. In her free time, she loves walking around Madrid and enjoying its immense cultural offer.
After finishing a Degree in Hispanic Studies, she began to collaborate teaching Spanish in Madrid and she decided that she wanted to dedicate herself to it. She studied a Master’s Degree in Training of Teachers of Spanish as a Foreign Language at the University of Alcalá and since then has worked as an ELE teacher. She loves talking about movies and music with everyone, inside and outside the classroom. You will always see her wearing pretty cool sneakers.
She studied Hispanic Studies and specialized with a master’s degree in Spanish Teaching as a Foreign Language at the Complutense University of Madrid. She has experience as an ELE teacher of different levels and types of courses and she loves multicultural classes with students from different countries. She is passionate about history, music, traveling and (obviously) teaching Spanish.
She studied Spanish Language and Literature and a Master’s Degree in Spanish Language Research at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid and, later, Dramaturgy and Stage Direction at the Real Escuela Superior de Arte Dramático (Royal School of Dramatic Art). After a few years working in the theater, she returned to her vocation of being a teacher and took a Master’s Degree in Teacher Training for Teachers of Spanish as a Foreign Language. She enjoys including some theatre activities in her ELE classes. She loves pizza, learning new things (she is learning Japanese) and all the dogs she sees on the street.
She studied Spanish language and literature at the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos and a master’s degree in Spanish as a foreign language at the UNED. She is from Toledo, although she has been living in Madrid for some years. In her free time you will only see her with books, reading or if she is inspired, writing. Her perfect plan is to go to a coffee shop and look at bookstores.
José Luis Tovar
He is also known as “Pepelu”. He was born in Madrid, but he has travelled the world as much as he could. He’s lived many unforgettable experiences living in London, Toulouse and Lyon. He studied philology and thanks to the courses on how to teach Spanish as a foreign language, he specialized on this discipline. He loves basketball and spotting birds of prey, as well as having a drink on Fridays after class.
She’s one of the few “native” teachers from Alicante in the school. She studied Language and Literature in the University of Alicante. When she finished she got an internship to teach Spanish in the Technical University of Liberec in Czech Republic. When she came back, she studied a Master’s degree on Spanish as a second language and she returned to Alicante to work as a teacher. She loves reading and writing and spending hours in the beach during the summer.
She’s from Villena, a small town near Alicante. She studied a degree in Translation and Interpreting in the University of Alicante, and she had the chance to live in Dublin for a year. She met lots of people that wanted to learn Spanish, so she found out she loved teaching it! She studied a Master’s degree in Training of Teachers of Spanish and English as a Foreign Language. She loves languages, travelling and eating.
Nuria comes from Villena. She’s always been passionate about languages, and she’s wanted to be a Spanish teacher since she was a kid. She studied Spanish philology in the University of Alicante, where she took an internship teaching Spanish. She also loves literature, so if you’re looking for someone to talk about books, she’s the one. She likes books, watching shows, listening to music and animals.
Alba is an English translator and Spanish teacher from a small town south of Alicante. She discovered her passion for teaching when she started teaching Spanish online after finishing her degree in translation, so she redirected her professional life and studied the Master in Spanish and English as a Second Language at the UA. She is a very curious, sociable and energetic person, so her classes are full of fun and good vibes. Besides languages, fashion and history are her two great passions and she loves to combine them with her profession whenever she can.
Pilar is from La Solana, a small town in Ciudad Real. She studied Translation and Interpreting at the University of Alicante, where she has lived ever since. She lived in Ireland for a year, where she had the opportunity to teach Spanish for the first time and realized that it was what she liked. She loves to know the culture and curious facts about other countries. She also enjoys learning new languages, reading and watching series.
Cristina is from a small village in La Mancha, called Casas-Ibáñez, in the province of Albacete. She studied Translation and Interpreting and specialised with a Master’s degree in Spanish and English as Second Languages at the University of Alicante. Besides learning about new cultures, she loves listening to music all day long, travelling, reading, cooking, spending time with her family and friends, crocheting and playing the guitar.
María is from Murcia and, because of her passion for languages, she studied English Translation and Interpreting and and specialized with a master’s degree in Spanish and English Teaching as Foreign Languages at the University of Alicante. She is an outgoing girl who loves meeting people, music and video games.