Language immersion courses in Mexico

Language immersion courses in Mexico

San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
Academia Hispano Americana is the first Spanish Language school in San Miguel de Allende, founded in 1959. They strictly specialize in the teaching of Spanish as a second language, applying a student-centered methodology, though which students learn in the same way they acquired their native language. Furthermore, the school is the only one of its kind to provide a Diploma in Spanish as a Second Language in Guanajuato. Except for the Spanish Language Immersion Program, Academia Hispano... See full description.

Cuernavaca, Mexico
CICU Spanish School is a specialized language center, located in the heart of Mexico in downtown Cuernavaca in the State of Morelos. The courses offered include intensive Spanish, a teen program, intensive Spanish for professionals, AP Test, Learning Vacation, a family program, Spanish lessons + spa, as well as Spanish courses in San Cristóbal de Las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico. Students are coming from all over the world, while teachers are well-trained to instruct foreign students.... See full description.

Cuernavaca, Mexico
Cuernavaca Language School came into existence in 1960 in Cuernavaca, Mexico. The teaching approach is regardless of student’s current progress. Instead it helps to develop strong Spanish language skills. The focus is on total engrossment and individual attention. Some of the staff members have a great deal of experience, as they have been teaching since the advent of the school. Each staff member is Spanish with significant trainings and certifications. CLE is open for all with not only... See full description.

Cuernavaca, Mexico
Club de Español y Lenguas Internacionales is a guild of professionals, teachers and business related people who have university diplomas to their credit. The main objective is to equip people with oral proficiency in Spanish and Mexican in the least amount of time. The teaching method extends to activities like exploring museums, villages, art and architecture. The programs are offered at various locations like Cuernavaca, Puerto Vallarta, Playa del Carmen and Cancun, all in Mexico. The... See full description.

Zacatecas, Mexico
Fenix Language Institute Zacatecas, established in 1973 and owned by Dorado Diaz family is a Spanish language teaching institute, based in Zacatecas, Mexico. The institution has set the goal to train people from every part of the world in the Spanish Language, while also offering a very accommodating and friendly schooling environment. Accommodation offered by the institution includes host family type and a large hostel. Fenix Language Institute also claims that the host family is the best... See full description.

Mexico City, Mexico
Frida Spanish Language School is an Institution that teaches Spanish language, and is based in Mexico city - the world’s largest city. It offers several Spanish language courses including standard, intensive, super-intensive and combined courses, course for people who work in Mexico, senior program and Spanish via Skype. Leisure activities made available are diverse, too, and include weekend visits to significant places in the city, bars and clubs, disco, pyramids, museum, etc. The school... See full description.

San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
HablaHispana Spanish School is located in San Miguel de Allende, colonial gem of Mexico. The school now boasts of top quality Spanish Education taught by highly competent professors, having over 20 years of experience in teaching people the Spanish language. The school however lays more emphasis on improving the listening and speaking abilities of students over just reading and writing. The classrooms sizes are limited to a maximum of 10 students per group to enhance close contact between... See full description.

Oaxaca, Mexico
Spanish language programs at the ICO cater to all different levels and requirements. Options range from one-on-one tuition to group classes and cultural workshops.

La Manzanilla, Mexico
La Catalina School is located on the beautiful coast of Jalisco, Mexico. We offer 1-4 week courses, as well as extended studies for individuals and small high school, university or adult groups of all levels. In addition to daily classes, we offer unique opportunities to learn Spanish outside the classroom through participating in activities with the local people such as volunteer work, homestays, community events & more. In their free time, students enjoy the sunny weather, beaches and... See full description.

Guanajuato, Mexico
Spanish language immersion courses abroad. Learn and Study Spanish while immersed in the culture of Latin America. The highest standard in intensive and super intensive Spanish courses at Plateros Spanish School Guanajuato. Study abroad Spanish language courses and Travel Mexico schools.

Merida, Mexico
The Spanish Institute of Merida was founded in 1984 as a Spanish Language School. Today it is a respected institute located in Yucatan Peninsula, which is considered to be the safest city in Mexico. The programs that the school offers are three or four weeks intensive immersion courses in Merida. As part of each course, students receive a textbook, a workbook, and a verb conjugation book. There are two sessions of classes – morning ones and afternoon conversation classes. All instructors... See full description.

Jardines de San Mateo
TEACHERS TESOL CERTIFICATION. Obtain your Teachers Certificate through distance learning (sistema abierto) No class attendance/Take one final examination at the College. The Academic Program includes Psychology, Grammar, Methodology, Phonology and a Final Project. The College offers the Teachers in durations from 4 weeks intensive courses to 4 months regular courses. The College also offers other Certifications for Translators, Spanish Teachers, Pre-School Teachers, Associate and... See full description.

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About Language immersion courses in Mexico

Language immersion courses are hugely popular in many parts of the world. From the 1960s, these holistic language courses were introduced and encouraged in the USA and Canada. However, now these all round courses are commonplace in most developing nations looking to strengthen their education system. For international students settling in foreign locales, a thorough, informative course in native languages is essential for survival in the long run. As most nations have their own official lingua franca, these comprehensive language schools offer comprehensive courses for overseas students learning the national languages. Mexico also is not an exception in this regard. Some of the finest Spanish language schools are situated in Mexico, and they are popular among travelling students and skilled professionals alike. But what makes the Mexican experience unique is the fact that there is no official language in Mexico!
The constitution of Mexico does not include a provision for one or multiple official or national languages like most other nations. However, what Mexico has, is a government that has over the years encouraged the development of academic courses and educational institutes based on the Spanish language. Spanish is the language used for all official purposes here. In fact statistically, this country has the largest number of Spanish speakers in the world- much more than even Spain! A third of all Spanish speakers in the world come from this North American nation. So learning Spanish through the language immersion courses is a must for foreign students.
Besides Spanish, Mexico is also home to some of the most vivid but lesser known languages in the world. A lot of research has been carried out on these languages; and a large number of international linguists and language researchers flock to Mexico to get a firsthand experience of its diversity. But then, to start with, most of them enroll in the Spanish studies as a first step towards achieving their goals.
Experts claim that over 5 percent of the population of the country uses indigenous languages and dialects. Remarkably more than one percent of the entire population speaks in only one indigenous language (or are mono-language speakers, technically). Out of the total number of indigenous speakers, quite a lot of people use the language called ‘Nahuatl’. Also on the list of the highly used indigenous languages is ‘Yukatek Maya’. Another name in the language list of Mexico is ‘Zapotec’. Most people might not have heard of these indigenous languages, but if students are eager to come to this country, they must have a brief understanding of them. It might not be humanly possible to learn up all of them, but to become a part of the broader Mexican society it is necessary to appreciate the plurality prevalent in the country. The first criterion is of course is to start leaning Spanish, by enrolling oneself in the Spanish study courses.
The government of Mexico recognizes as many as 68 groups with separate or distinct languages (at least spoken languages). Also, officially there are 364 types of dialects, which are rich in their own local histories, and go hand in hand with the multilingual culture of Mexico. There are also the popular German and Venetian languages that are spoken in some parts of this big country. For international students trying to make a living here, or attempting to educate themselves, learning Spanish is the only way to truly become a part of this rich fabric called Mexico!