Malaca Instituto in Malaga, Spain, has passed its EAQUALS re-inspection with improved results. The Spanish language school in Andalusia was one of the earliest members of IALC and hosted its 2002 IALC AGM and Workshop.
Ida Willadsen, owner and founder of Malaca Instituto commented: “I am absolutely delighted by the inspectors’ report. This makes all the hard work worthwhile and provides us with a blueprint for our further development over the coming years.”
Director of Studies, Inma Molina, added: “These excellent results and comments are extremely gratifying and a just reward for all the hard work over the years of my dedicated team of teachers. They are incredibly motivating and will inspire us to improve even further.”
General Inspection report comment:
“Malaca Instituto was inspected by Eaquals in 2016 and met the high standards required for Eaquals accreditation. The teaching, the course programmes, as well as the course organisation, the learning resources, testing and evaluation were all judged to be of high quality. It was found that the institution takes great care to protect the welfare of its clients and staff, and all publicity materials produced by the institution are accurate and truthful.”