Why Intercultura- We have two campuses so you can experience the best of Costa Rica! Take Spanish classes at our bustling city campus in historic Heredia or our tranquil beachfront campus in Sámara, or both. Change easily from one campus to the ot...
Studying abroad impacted my cultural awareness because now I just want to study abroad everywhere! Instead of being a doctor in the states, I would much rather prefer being a doctor in a spanish-speaking country.
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I am now able to understand spanish a lot more and have more confidence speaking it.
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- We have two campuses so you can experience the best of Costa Rica! Take Spanish classes at our bustling city campus in historic Heredia or our tranquil beachfront campus in Sámara, or both. Change easily from one campus to the other, without any interruptions in your learning process, due to the same teaching methodology, class structure, and materials at both schools. The only big difference is the location and the diversity of activities!
- we offer a diverse and enriching curriculum as well as cultural activities to make the transition from your native tongue to Spanish an easy one! You will have fun learning Spanish in the classroom, during the daily cultural activities and in the community.
- Fun, safe homestay families. We have selected the most friendly, helpful and kind families to be part of our homestay program. All homes are within walking distance to the school and in addition to greatly helping your Spanish learning process, you will also create lasting relationships with your Tico families.
- With our well established volunteer projects throughout the country and experienced volunteer coordinators on-site, Intercultura offers great and unique volunteer opportunities for all students who have completed a Spanish course with us. You can volunteer your time in the areas of education, social work, animal protection and environmental conservation.
- Intercultura is also the first academic institution in Costa Rica to gain official recognition by the United Nations (UN) as a partner in the UN Global Compact, upholding the principles of sustainable development and corporate responsibility in human rights, labor laws and environmental practices.