Learn Spanish in Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires is known for its vibrant neighbourhoods and active night-life, ensuring many weeks or months of fun and exploration whilst learning and practising your Spanish! Argentina’s capital is known as the ‘Paris of South America’ because of its beautiful architecture and picturesque city streets.
CESA Plus Points:
- A relaxed college atmosphere, courses offered across a wide range of ability levels
- Ideal for adults & Gap Year students year round
- Excellent situation in La Recoleta
- Combine Spanish classes with Tango lessons
The Spanish language classes certainly worked for me, there was a strict ban on English from the outset so I was forced to work on my expression in the language through out. The teacher was brilliant and made sure each one of us participated, which resulted in some really interesting discussions on everything from terrorism to Latin American history to the best place to get a good steak! I can’t think how they could be improved. All the Spanish language courses seemed to work from what I heard.
The best parts were getting to know the teacher and the other students and joking together in class, which became easier and easier as I gained confidence with the language. The worst part was getting up in the mornings; especially with the realisation I hadn’t done my homework!
Lucy – 2 weeks Read full review
- School established: 2000
- Course duration:
Group tuition: 1-7 weeks +
Private tuition: 1 week +
- Minutes per lesson: 50
- Minimum age: 18
Average age: 23
- No. of classrooms: 15
- Number of students:
Quietest months: 50 + per month
Busiest months: 100 + per month
About the School
The Spanish language school in Argentina’s capital, is located in a beautiful old style mansion that has been recently renovated, in one of Buenos Aires’ premiere neighbourhoods – Recoleta (just north east of the city centre) and a fabulous (and safe) area to explore by day and at night; the quiet tree-lined neighbourhood is home to many restaurants, bars, cafes and a wide selection of shops and provides the ideal setting for a Spanish language school.
There are 16 well-equipped classrooms in the Spanish language school, and a large and comfortable common area for the students.
All Spanish language students have access to computers with free internet, and there is free wifi access. There is also a small library for student use and an outdoor patio area.