Mexico City

5 Best language schools in Mexico City (ranked based on student reviews)

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Most recent student reviews of language schools in Mexico City

Rating: 3.8

3.8 | 17 reviews

The classrooms may not have been well equipped, but the teachers - they also speak very good English - and the staff were extremely good and friendly. I am a teacher myself, so I think I can judge it quite well. I had no knowledge of Spanish and took a 4-week course. Now I can make myself understood everywhere and get by in the national language. This is also due to the fact that the school not only teaches according to the book, but also deals a lot with everyday things. I am very satisfied and can only recommend the school to others

29 October 2018
Course: Intensive - 4 weeks
Student age: 31 years


Rating: 3.8

3.8 | 17 reviews

The teachers are very well qualified.
The name of the school is Frida Spanish School. Very poorly organized, with no accurate information and no staff speaking Portuguese. It seems like a garage background school, the organization does not exist, information is not secure, lack preparation to deal with Brazilian students, taking the language into consideration.

1 August 2018
Course: Standard - 3 weeks
Student age: 35 years


Rating: 3.8

3.8 | 17 reviews

The teacher Diego and the support staff Silvana. During the difficult times of the earthquake, they did the best that they could do.
Thank you a lot. I enjoyed the class and I will take the advanced class in the near future.

6 October 2017
Course: Standard - 2 weeks
Student age: 35 years


Rating: 3.8

3.8 | 17 reviews

I liked the social activities, excursions, and parties which were organized for the students.
Thank you

18 November 2015
Course: Standard - 1 week
Student age: 27 years


Rating: 3.8

3.8 | 17 reviews

Carlos our teacher was sooo amazing. I learned so much. The class was small.
An amazing little school. Super friendly teachers. It was so much fun to learn. The whole process, from booking the course till finishing it, was very smooth. Thank you COINED team for your help, especially Julia, she was so amazingly helpful and friendly. I cant recommend you enough. And I will!!!

26 September 2015
Course: Standard - 2 weeks
Student age: 38 years


Rating: 3.2

3.2 | 22 reviews

Open and friendly teachers.
The course consisted of a mixture of levels, including beginners. That was more than bad for the participants! The teacher took care of both groups, but half of the time it was the other group's turn. Leisure activities were not offered!

10 December 2011
Course: Standard Course - 1 week
Student age: 58 years


Rating: 3.2

3.2 | 22 reviews

The Spanish lessons were mainly conducted in English, there was neither a library nor teaching materials. No recreational activities were offered. The in-house computer was broken, the pending airport pickup is missed, prior information on the address of the district was not provided. The school is highly recommended in any case.

9 November 2011
Course: Intensive Course - 1 week
Student age: 56 years


Rating: 3.2

3.2 | 22 reviews

I had booked an intensive course, I had no further information and received a standard course. There was no leisure activities on the part of the school.

9 November 2011
Course: Intensive Course - 1 week
Student age: 51 years


Rating: 3.2

3.2 | 22 reviews

I had booked a beginners class and 3 weeks to school. Great school, great staff and very good teaching! :-)

27 October 2011
Course: Standard Course - 3 weeks
Student age: 41 years


Rating: 3.2

3.2 | 22 reviews

very personal, due to few pupils
The Info on the schools website is wrong. Beginners courses start whenever there are enought people (for me it was 2). Holidays mentioned there are not necessarily correct. Go there and check in person. Attention: No sign on the building, but the man behind the mirror will open the door for you. School is close to metrobus station Sonora, as the google maps Metrostations look close but are not far away. closest Metro is Chilpancingo or Insurgentes.

9 November 2009
Course: Standard Course - 1 week
Student age: 36 years


Rating: 3.2

3.2 | 22 reviews

the teachers were great, very kind, helpful and most of them spoke only in spanish.
this school is good, but the organization was not the best. they failed in placing the students in the accurate classes, which made us go back and forth between two different classes during a period of four weeks. But because of that failure, we got one week for free, so they did their best to correct the problem. Aside from that, I liked the school. It's very small, but thats just something good.

1 May 2009
Course: Standard Course - 3 weeks
Student age: 25 years


Rating: 3.2

3.2 | 22 reviews

The teachers were young and friendly and taught us not only formal, classroom spanish but the slang needed to get around Mexico City. The class sizes were also small so I felt that it was a great learning environment. I really enjoyed my time at Frida Spanish and hope to keep up my friendship with my teachers here in Mexico.
Slightly disorganised.

16 December 2008
Course: Standard Course - 4 weeks
Student age: 23 years


What school directors said about Mexico City

Laura Dávila

Did you know that Mexico city was built on top of a lake? The city is constantly sinking. Another great reason: food!

Mexico City is popular for its food and culture. Voted by New York Times as the top city in the world to visit 2 years ago.

Interesting information about Mexico City

Key Facts about Mexico City

In the latest 2019 Mercer the quality of life in Mexico City was ranked 129 among 231 cities worldwide.

Population: 12,295,000

Time zone: -10h. (GMT -6)

Region: Mexico City,

Currency: MXN (1 MXN = 0.1500 GEL)

Name of city in Spanish: Ciudad de México

Mexico City quality of life rating:

Rating: 4.4

4.4 (40 reviews by our former students)

Visa: Nationals from Georgia require a visa to enter and study in Mexico. Check visa requirements for nationals from other countries.

universities: 38 (rankings of universities in Mexico City)

High season: July

Low season: May

Average course price per week (High season): 285 US$

Average course price per week (Low season): 190 US$

Cost of Living:

* 100 = prices in Tbilisi

  • Student price index excluding rent:175* (75% more expensive than Tbilisi)
  • Student price index including rent:216* (116% more expensive than Tbilisi)
  • Price index food only:156* (56% more expensive than Tbilisi)
  • Big Mac price (Mexico average):54.25 MXN (35% cheaper than in United Kingdom)
Mains electricity:
  • Plug Type A
  • Plug Type B
  • Residential voltage: 127 V
  • Frequency: 60 Hz

Map with location of Spanish schools in Mexico City

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Public transportation in Mexico City

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What to do in Mexico City

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Great Temple
Palace of Fine Arts
Palace of Fine Arts
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Arrival Airport

Benito Juárez International (MEX) - 5 km. from Mexico City city center

Public transportation to city center:

Every 10 minutes, 44,00 MXN, 20 minutes.

Main stops: Oriente 172 -Avenida Del Peñón, Marruecos, Damasco, Corea, Avenida del Peñón -Cairo, Hortelanos -Floricultura, Hortelanos -Congreso de la unión

Taxi: 48 MXN, 10 minutes drive to city center of Mexico City

Direct international flights from:
  • USA: Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson, Boston Logan International, Chicago O'Hare International, Dallas Fort Worth International, Denver International, Detroit Wayne County, Fort Lauderdale International, Houston George Bush Intercntl., Las Vegas Mccarran, Los Angeles International, Mcallen, Miami International, New York John F. Kennedy, New York Newark, Oakland Metropolitan Oak, Orlando International, Orlando Sanford, Sacramento International, Salt Lake City, San Antonio International, San Diego International, San Francisco International, Washington Dulles
  • United Kingdom: London Heathrow
  • Canada: Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau, Toronto Pearson International, Vancouver International

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FAQ about schools in Mexico City

  • Blue Cotton Schools has received the best overall rating in Mexico City.
  • Blue Cotton Schools, located in Insurgentes Sur 307, Interior 202, Hipódromo Condesa has been voted as the school with the best location in Mexico City.
  • Students rated the activity program at Blue Cotton Schools as the best.
  • Blue Cotton Schools was rated highest for quality of teaching.
  • 'Residence' at Blue Cotton Schools is the best rated accommodation in Mexico City.

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