"We had to double our teaching numbers last year to meet the increased demand," said Frank Monkemoller, co-director of Seville's ICA German language school.
The Local.de reported that Spanish people are seeking German language centers in increasing numbers.
Monkemoller said many of the students are educated, have a technical background and are looking to expand their career opportunities.
"A lot of them already have a good level of English but see German as key to landing a job," he said.
In May, Germany agreed to provide vocational training and jobs for young Spaniards who can't find employment in their home country.
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