NRCSA: Guadalajara - Spanish Language School

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The Spanish Language School holds an excellent reputation for Spanish language instruction, and delivers personal attention. Established in 1968, the school, with its garden setting, is small and cozy, enhancing learning and encouraging camaraderi... read more

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The Spanish Language School holds an excellent reputation for Spanish language instruction, and delivers personal attention. Established in 1968, the school, with its garden setting, is small and cozy, enhancing learning and encouraging camaraderie among faculty and students.

Originally the school provided training for missionaries, sociologists and others planning on relocating in Latin America. Now most of the adult students are from multinational companies or agencies, as well as individuals from around the world. The group program is intensive, with no more than 6 students per class, and the tutor program can easily be adopted to individual needs.

All teachers are native to Mexico, highly experienced and certified. Their goal is to help students make rapid progress in reading, speaking and comprehending Spanish by providing each student with personal attention and full immersion into the language.

PROGRAMS
STANDARD PROGRAM
• 25 Group hrs/wk
• 45 min class hour
• 3-6 Students per class

GROUP + TUTORIAL
• 25 Group hrs/wk
• 5 Private hrs/wk
• 45 min class hour
• 3-6 Students per class

PRIVATE CLASSES
• 20 Private hrs/wk
• 45 min class hour
• 1-1 Students per class

The Spanish Language School can arrange the accommodations of your choice. Most students choose homestays with carefully screened families because they learn more about Mexican family life, culture, and language. The homestay is highly recommended as it provides another learning experience, complementing the classroom work and environment. Families are located in the suburbs, most of them near public transportation routes. Homestays include 3 meals daily, changing of linens, room cleaning and laundry.

Hotels, student apartments and superior apartments are also available upon request. There are also a few duplexes in the area of the school.

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