Intensive Spanish Courses in Argentina.
Intensive Spanish Courses in Argentina: If you are the type of person who likes to help others, learning to speak Spanish will put you in a position where you can help both Spanish speakers who don’t speak English and English speakers who don’t speak Spanish. Now that’s what we like to call a “win-win” situation. Unfortunately, the standard of living in many Spanish speaking countries is rather low by normal Western standards. Sometimes, it is appealingly low. Without stereotyping Latin America as a poverty stricken region (in many cases that simply is not true) there are nonetheless a lot of people in serious need. Learning Spanish will prepare you for taking the next step, — actually going there and making a difference!
Learning Spanish at Íbero Buenos Aires, Intensive Spanish
Íbero Spanish School is proud to offer students a learning environment that maximizes the educational advantages of full-immersion group study. Our friendly atmosphere encourages sociability and the fostering of bonds between students, staff, and instructors. Our small-size, highly personalized classes allow students their optimal progress.
Our Spanish School offers a fully-customizable program of Spanish classes, and works directly with educational and cultural exchange programs around the world. Our daily Spanish classes are offered year- round and taught by fully certified, Spanish native and bi-lingual instructors.
Intensive Spanish Courses in Argentina: For many people, developing a deeper understanding of Hispanic culture is becoming more and more important. There is no more certain way to gain this insight than to learn to speak Spanish. Reading Latin American or Spanish newspapers and magazines will open a window into the Hispanic mind. Knowing the language will prepare you to better appreciate some of the great Hispanic modern and classic cultural contributions. From Miguel Cervantes to Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Hispanic literary contributions are monumental. From the royal portraits of Goya to the surreal depictions of Picasso, Spanish influence on the fine arts has been substantial. And let’s not ignore gastronomy! Learning Spanish can be the perfect excuse for enjoying the cuisine of Spanish speaking peoples. Burritos, tamales, paella, asado, arroz con frijoles, ceviche, — the list goes on and on, and is a delicious indicator of the vast diversity of Hispanic culture. Is it any wonder then that more and more people want to partake of these cultural delights?
Buenos Aires Spanish
Intensive Spanish Courses in Argentina: Buenos Aires’ quality of life was ranked 81st in the world and one of the best in Latin America in 2012, with its per capita income among the three highest in the region. It is the most visited city in South America (ahead of Rio de Janeiro) and the second most visited city of Latin America (behind Mexico City).
Buenos Aires is a top tourist destination, and is known for its preserved Spanish/European-style architecture and rich cultural life. Buenos Aires held the 1st Pan American Games in 1951 as well as hosting two venues in the 1978 FIFA World Cup. Buenos Aires will host the 2018 Summer Youth Olympics and the 2018 G20 summit.
Intensive Spanish Courses in Argentina: Buenos Aires is a multicultural city, being home to multiple ethnic and religious groups. Several languages are spoken in the city in addition to Spanish, contributing to its culture and the dialect spoken in the city and in some other parts of the country. This is because in the last 150 years the city, and the country in general, has been a major recipient of millions of immigrants from all over the world, making it a melting pot where several ethnic groups live together and being considered as one of the most diverse cities in Latin America.
Intensive Spanish Courses in Argentina: The majority of porteños have European origins, mostly from the Calabrian, Ligurian, Piedmont, Lombardy, Sicily and Campania regions of Italy and from the Andalusian, Galician, Asturian, and Basque regions of Spain. Unrestricted waves of European immigrants to Argentina starting in the mid-19th century significantly increased the country’s population, even causing the number of porteños to triple between 1887 and 1915 from 500,000 to 1.5 million.
Alejandro was a great instructor. He taught with energy and humor and he really cared about his students learning. I also really enjoyed using the book provided. It was easy to understand and set at a good pace. Easy to use but comprehensive. Brian Jung,USA
My experience at Íbero was excellent. Staff was always welcoming and approachable. The atmosphere for learning was perfect: small number of students in each class and professors with a relax attitude. Outside activities that Íbero planned were good opportunities to learn the language as well as understand Argentine culture. Would and will recommended the school to anyoneplanning to study in Buenos Aires. Neil King, USA
I have had a wonderful time in Buenos Aires and Íbero. I didn´t study as much as I should have because I spent the afternoons and evenings sightseeing. There is so much to learn and see here. Mia White, USA