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outpostbabu 31st March 2006 02:29 AM

Places to learn Spanish in Galicia (or elsewhere)?
 
Does anyone have recommendations for a Spanish school in Galicia or Barcelona? How about in Central America? Because of work, I can't take a month off to study but I am interested in trying 1 to 2 week intense courses to further my language skills. I've seen tons and tons of different schools online but would prefer recommendations.

Gracias.

timg 31st March 2006 08:08 AM

I can only speak from personal experience, but I have studied at Academia Isla. They have schools in Barcelona and Salamanca. I've been to both. The teachers are excellent, and they can accomodate you for periods from one week to several months.
good luck
Tim

outpostbabu 2nd April 2006 12:44 AM

Thanks Timg, I'll it to the list of schools for consideration.

Ben 2nd April 2006 06:34 PM

Check out Don Quijote as well, an uncle and a cousin of mine had good experiences with them in Salamanca and Madrid, though I'm sure they have branchs all over Spain.

nurseangie 3rd April 2006 05:58 AM

Hi! I took a 2 week long Spanish course at Universidad Internacional in Cuernavaca, Mexico. Loved it! Very organized, reputable, great people! Good luck and have fun!

outpostbabu 12th April 2006 02:07 AM

Thanks all for the input. I thought at first I could possibly attend one of these schools in June but my sister insists I take her to Costa Rica for a week instead. Hopefully later in the year I can select one of these schools and get some immersion time in (preferably) Spain or Central America.


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