We offer Spanish language courses throughout Spain, Mexico, and Costa Rica for a start. You can also learn Spanish in countries throughout South America like Chile, Argentina, Equador, Peru, Bolivia, or Venezuela. There are also Spanish language courses in Puerto Rico and Cuba. Learning to speak Spanish has never been so easy.
Q. Do your Spanish language courses only teach the Spanish language or do you also learn about the culture?
Learning Spanish abroad is not only about the Spanish language. It is also an experience in the native culture. Depending on where you are, there are always many cultural activities to choose from. You can easily make your Spanish language course into a vacation.
Q. Do you offer any Spanish language courses for teens?
We offer outstanding Spanish language courses for teens in Mexico, Costa Rica, Ecuador, and throughout Spain. Teens can learn Spanish in Marbella, Malaga, Barcelona, Tarragona, Vejer de la Frontera, Madrid, Salamanca, Seville, and more. These Spanish language courses for teenagers offer an opportunity for them to meet other teens from all over the world. They will not only learn the Spanish language, they will learn about the culture while being exposed to other languages and cultures at the same time. In the process, teenagers also learn a lot about themselves.
Q. After my “education vacation”, I was hoping to be able to use my Spanish language and work abroad.
You’re in luck! Several Spanish language courses offer the possibility of either an internship or some other kind of work experience abroad. This is an excellent way for you to use your Spanish language in a work environment.
Q. I wanted to find a Spanish language course that combined learning Spanish with activities to give my parents a learning vacation for their anniversary.
What a great gift! Combining Spanish language learning with activities like golf, tennis, dance, cooking, ceramics, and more can make for fabulous vacations. Learning to speak Spanish while living the culture adds another dimension to the journey. It will be like living in the country as a native, rather than just a tourist.
Q. I am studying to be a doctor. Are there any Spanish language courses that provide some work on medical vocabulary?Some Spanish language programs combine medical terminology with basic Spanish language training. Some programs will even arrange for you to visit local medical facilities while you are there. For example, the course in Costa Rica includes patient interviews and medical consultations appropriate for doctors, nurses, paramedics, and medical students.