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King's College Soto de Vinuelas in Madrid

Address: Paseo de los Andes, 35 Soto de Viñuelas, Madrid, 28761 Spain
Official representatives. Submission of documents and admission free of charge

Description King's College Soto de Vinuelas in Madrid

Year of foundation: 1969
Location: Spain, Madrid, suburbs of Soto de Vinyuelas
Age of students: 3-18 years
Type of education: joint
Number of students: 1480 (from 38 countries)
Programs: high school, IGCSE \ GCSE, A-level, summer language courses
Accommodation: residence
Price: from 24000 euros per year with a boarding house
Ranking: t
he prestigious British school in the suburbs of Madrid

King's College Soto de Vinuelas is the only international educational institution in the northern suburbs of Madrid. As part of the King's College network, it accepts Spanish and foreign students for high school programs at all levels. At the boarding school, studying is conducted according to traditional British system. English is compulsory upon admission to King's College Soto de Vinuelas. Lessons are also conducted in English. However, in high school, students can prepare for the Spanish exam of Selectividad for admission to any of the universities in the country.

The boarding school in Soto de Vinuelas is known for its convenient location. The campus covers an area of ​​12 acres. It is located in the park area of ​​the northern suburbs of Madrid. 

In the school students can get a high-quality secondary education that meets world standards. Teachers of highest qualifications are invited to the school. All teachers of academic disciplines are native speakers.

At the boarding school, foreign students are immersed into multicultural environment. This allows to effectively develop communication skills, get acquainted with traditions, cultures of different countries. In addition to academic preparation, students have opportunities for physical and creative development. 

Programs and tuition/boarding fees, prices in King's College Soto de Vinuelas in Madrid

Program name
03.09.2015 -17.06.2016
from 2 000 € / term

The first classes in the school are socially oriented. Children are taught how to behave in society, instilling in them universal values. Kids learn the basics of mathematical knowledge, Spanish and literature. Accredited by the association NABSS teachers provide a proportionate combination of social employment and school activities.

06.09.2015 -10.06.2016
from 7 750 € / term

Secondary education begins at King's College Soto de Viñuelas from the age of 12. At this age, students are taught compulsory subjects and are guided by the choice of special courses in the field of hobbies. Schoolchildren are enrolled in several diverse circles to determine their own further orientation in selective courses. Spanish is studied by all children, but additional foreign is also allowed. Courses in mathematics, English and literature form the basis of the curriculum. In the natural sciences and physics, children undergo practical research. World culture is studied for 1 year.

Optional courses are provided for photography, chess, information technology, singing, swimming and design.

03.09.2015 -17.06.2016
from 8 000 € / term

The two-year program is based on the passage of 3 compulsory and up to 5 disciplines to choose from with a certificate of incomplete secondary education at the end of grade 9. In the college GCSE program is held by children from different countries, so English can be studied as a foreign language. Optional German development is paid additionally. An internationally accepted list of compulsory courses is envisaged: English, foreign, general mathematics. Optional special courses: business, practical economics, jurisprudence, literature.

03.09.2015 -17.06.2016
from 8 000 € / term

Before entering the universities of Britain, Spain or another country, schoolchildren try to pass a course of pre-university training, which entitles them to competitive enrollment with graduation marks. A-level meets the standards of British and Spanish universities. Usually, students arrive at the A-level after successfully passing the GCSE.

The volume of academic material allows you to pass 4 subjects in the first year, while in the second year there are 3 of them. The sciences are studied in depth, which in the future provides for specialization in these areas.

Bachelor's programs in medicine, engineering or law can not be received without high scores on the A-level.

03.09.2015 -17.06.2016
from 8 000 € / term

The educational system of Spain provides for 16 to 18-year-old students to receive the degree of bacillary. This is a complete secondary education or first level professional. For three courses, students choose a specialization and deepen their knowledge either in humanitarian or in exact sciences. Passage of the program requires the Ministry of Education of Spain for admission to local universities. After the completion of Spanish Bachillerato, schoolchildren take final exams, scores on which are taken into account as competitive grades in the highest institutions of the country.

There are up to 25 students in each class, but training takes place in small groups, as children are divided into 4 specializations. The first include design, art and creative courses: dance, music, stage. The study of natural sciences is envisaged in the second complex. The scientific block is integrated with the technological one. The fourth area of ​​study is humanitarian and social subjects.

Classes are held from 9 am to 5 pm. Students can devote time not only to academic subjects, but also to special training. For foreigners, the college conducts Spanish lessons from beginners to advanced. German lessons as a second foreigner are paid additionally.

It is not allowed to have low ratings on more than two subjects. If a student can not pass two exams on the subjects of the first year, he can be trained in the summer months and retake them again. If undergraduates fail to meet the requirements of 4 disciplines, it is necessary to repeat the annual training.

Admission to higher education institutions in Spain is possible with a diploma título de Bachiller.

Accommodation and food

Students from 11 years old are admitted to the residence. Accommodation is provided for 1-2 people per room. Senior students live in single rooms with full comfort: a warm floor, Wi-Fi, a bathroom. For leisure activities, there are sports grounds, a swimming pool, creative workshops, and there is a riding school. The residence occupies one wing of the school-boarding house in Soto de Vinuelas. In its territory there is a rest room, a games room, a medical center. In the residence students are under 24-hour supervision of the personnel of the educational institution.

Three meals a day are offered to foreign students. For this purpose a comfortable school dining room with modern kitchen is equipped. Students can choose from Spanish, British, international dishes. Children are also offered vegetarian, diet food.

Subjects and sport

Subjects list: Advanced mathematics, Art and design, biology, business, chemistry, design, economics, English, English literature, Foundations of Mathematics, French, geography, German, Higher mathematics, history, Information Technology, maths, Media sphere, music, physics, psychology, right, robotics, social sciencies, Spanish, Spanish Literature, the photo, Vocational guidance, World cultures
Events list: ballet, basketball, Book club, chess, Chorus, cinema, Circle of art, Circle of foreign languages, clarinet, Club of diplomats, computer Club, dancing, Debating circle, Dramatic circle, flute, football, guitar, horseback riding, judo, music bands, music studio, piano, saxophone, skating, swimming, Team games, tennis, Volunteering


  • High quality of education.
  • Good infrastructure that enables students to creative development and doing sports.
  • There is a farm near the school that provides students with natural food.
  • Extensive extracurricular programs.
  • Multicultural environment.
  • Summer vacational programs.
  • Small groups of students (up to 10 people). Individual approach to students is practiced.

Equipment King's College Soto de Vinuelas in Madrid

The infrastructure of the boarding school in Soto de Vinuelas is represented by a school building with equipped classrooms, laboratory classes, a library (with a large number of electronic information resources), a computer classroom, a gymnasium, a music hall, and a dance hall.

On campus there is also a small farm, equestrian school, football, volleyball, basketball field, several tennis courts, two indoor swimming pools. Specialized studios and workshops are open for creativity.

Term dates and fees

  • registration fees 1000 euro (irrevocable payment)
  • school deposit 3,000 euros (returned after graduation)
  • transfers 150 euros
  • supervision
  • flight
  • insurance

Entry requirements and extra fees how to apply, what is required to enrol

Required documents, depending on the type of institution:

camp / language school
  • copy of 1 page
  • certificate of language proficiency (if any)
private school, boardinghouse
  • copy of the 1 Pages of the passport
  • certificate of language proficiency
  • school report card with grades for the last 2-4 years (depending on the school)
  • school registration form
  • recommendation letters from Teachers of foreign languages, mathematics and a class teacher. Additionally, an educational institution may request a recommendation from the principal
  • Testing for knowledge of mathematics, language, other subjects
  • Interview with a representative of the school (possibly in person or by Skype)
  • Literacy, awards, student personal achievements (if any)
  • motivation letter (not for all schools)
  • passport size photo (depending on the school from 1 to 12 pcs)
  • medical certificate of the general health of the child , Discharge of vaccinations
  • birth certificate of the schoolboy (s)
  • copy of the page 1 passport of the passport
  • certificate of language proficiency
  • school certificate for the bachelor, diploma of Higher education for the master
  • letters of recommendation from teachers of foreign languages, mathematics and the class teacher. Additionally, an educational institution may request a recommendation from the principal / dean
  • certificates, awards, personal achievements of the student (if any)
  • motivation letter / personal statement
  • interview with a representative of the institution


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King's College Soto de Vinuelas in Madrid reviews

Irena P.

We, admittedly, did not plan to study abroad from the very beginning, but my wife was transferred to work in Madrid, and a year later it became clear that everything was serious and he was there - that was the question of the move. We have a son of 8 years old, just went to school, so we had to translate a little in a hurry and without additional intensive training - but everything went well, we learned and live here for the third year already (the school of King's College Madrid Soto de Vinuelas ).

Of course, the main difficulties were language - Spanish since childhood, no one was engaged, I repeat, the move was not planned. But thank God that the child went to the primary classes because of age - later, I think, it would be much more difficult to switch. The school organizes additional courses of Spanish and English - we regularly attend all classes (took a full, maximum intensive course), and the school program itself is not too complicated (as for all young students, as in Russia), so we have time to learn , and the language of learning. I am glad that we picked up the school correctly: the Smapse consultants, as we found out our confused situation, immediately advised us to choose international schools: there are many foreigners, therefore the administration and teachers always take into account that children can not ideally know foreign languages. Basically, teaching, by the way, is conducted in English, which is a bit simpler (we had a kindergarten with English lessons for kids - songs of all sorts, rhymes, so that even the most basic knowledge is yes).

It's much easier now: new friends have appeared, and the program copes as a whole, and there are no such large gaps in the language (only certain terms cause difficulties, but the teachers explain everything in detail). And the rest of the school is above all that we saw and chose in Petersburg - a large and developed city, the second Russian capital, but there are not such conditions. We are satisfied and have calmed down a bit, for which many thanks to the company Smaps: we are still assisted in certain issues (documents, possible transfer to other classes or to another program, etc.). When you feel professional support in such an important matter, everything goes on easier, psychologically as well.

SMAPSE consulant
Good afternoon, Irena! Thank you for your feedback and the story of your son's admission to King's College Madrid!
Good evening! Tell me, is there any program at this school for the holidays, for example? To not just look externally, to walk around the classes and so on, and so that the children there learn?
SMAPSE consulant
Good day! Our company can arrange a tour of schools in Spain, including King's College Madrid.
Hello! I would like to know how many classes there are in this institution? Is there a program on profiles or are all subjects studied the same way? If there is a profile training program, what profiles exist, what subjects are studied there profileally on each profile? Thanks in advance for the answers!
Manager of the SMAPS
Hello Maria! The school operates a classic British system: a kindergarten from 5 to 7 years (grade 1-2); Primary school (grades 3-6) from 7 to 10 years; Secondary school (grades 7-11) from 11 to 15 years; And the senior school (12-13 class) - from 16 to 18 years. As part of the secondary school, students learn: English, Spanish, biology, chemistry, physics, literature, social studies, French, Spanish or German can also be chosen for study. In the high school, students must learn English, mathematics, science and Spanish + subjects of choice. As a rule, within the framework of the senior school and preparation for the university, non-Hispanic students study an average of 9 subjects.
Alexey and Inna Labo

Our daughter has been studying Spanish since childhood, and with increasing interest in Spain - we decided to give her a chance to get an education and work in this country, the blessing for this is financial opportunity. Immediately realized that the senior classes must be completed in the Spanish school (here the course for high school students is calledBachillerato ), because the procedure for translating and recognizing a Russian passport is long and complicated, and not always successful.

After Internet searches decided to contact Smaps: there are so many subtleties in foreign education that we decided not to take risks and take advantage of the help of the pros. This was the right step. First we specified the age and level of education of the child, how well he knows English and Spanish, what we want to achieve in the end and what opportunities we have - and only after that we began to select a school and a program. In our opinion, the most professional, and at the same time all enrollment is free of charge - the company cooperates with schools directly, which, you see, is very convenient and profitable.The Kings College of Soto de Vinyuelos chose according to positive feedback, official statistics, location, looked photos of buildings, classrooms and hostels. My daughter has been studying for several months and is absolutely happy: the school is cozy, many children from different countries of the world (her best friend from Brazil!), Spanish and English are actively studied. There was practically no language barrier, but here learning of language helped earlier. On weekends they go to Madrid - they always send photos, the school organizes excursions. We are confident that she will receive a certificate with good points and will continue to successfully study in Spain. Thanks Smapse for the help!

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