Spanish in Argentina


City Tour
Course Material
24-hour emergency phone line
Accommodation detailed
Cultural adaptation (Cross Cultural Training Program)
End of Course Certificate
First Day Placement Exam
Folder containing a map of the city, workbook and more...
Free coffee, tea and spring water
Free Internet Access
Free receipt of Faxes
Permanent information about excursions, films, sports, theater, concerts, etc.
Professors from the National University of Cordoba (U.N.C)
Spanish school activities: Hispanic song and dance classes, movies, etc.

A U$S 40 registration fee applies to all Spanish courses


GENERAL COURSES + cultural studies


Intensive course 20 hours /wk.  + 3 hours of cultural studies 

160 USD

Combined courses 20 hours  (group) + 5 hours  (one-on-one) /wk. + 3 hours of cultural studies 

230 USD

One-on-one 10 hours  /wk. + 3 hours of cultural studies

160 USD

One-on-one 15 hours  /wk. + 3 hours of cultural studies

240 USD

One-on-one 20 hours  /wk. + 3 hours of cultural studies 

305 USD

Note:  You must pay the reservation first. This costs U$S 100 or its Euro equivalent. This may be paid by bank transfer. We will send you all our bank account data by e-mail. The remainder of the cost of the course is payable in cash directly in Córdoba on the first day of classes.


Córdoba is one of the most important economic centers in the country. It has with many contrasting features— it is both a cultural and tourist-like destination, a traditional and modern city, with an industrialized as well as a home-made production.

A hilly landscape and favorable weather conditions are distinctive in Córdoba, a place where natural sceneries are mixed with colonial monuments. Little towns, historical antiques and cave paintings are found in a pleasant valley landscape, high plains and gorges.

Cordoba’s hills rise toward the northwestern Pampas plains. They are part of the “Sierras Pampeanas” mountain range, reaching 2,790 m high in the Champaquí hill. All these hills are particularly appealing because of their fertile valleys, deserts and salt mines.

All along the way northward, you will find many 17th and 18th century chapels and farmhouses inherited from the Jesuits.



Buenos Aires is one of the world’s biggest cities in which, including the suburbs, there are over 11,000,000 inhabitants. It is also the most elegant and active city in South America and the one that summarizes the heterogeneous essence of Argentines the best. With a modern, hip structure and dynamic activity, it has managed to preserve old traditions and endearing corners. Visitors feel fascinated because of its environment, because neighborhoods have all different personalities, and also because people are warm and there is a wide range of shopping and cultural proposals. Buenos Aires is surrounded by the splendid Argentine nature and it is the great cosmopolitan door to South America.

Buenos Aires is a city with a personality of its own, open to architecture, culture and art from all around the world; cosmopolitan and contradictory, dynamic and traditional, historical and modernist.

It offers a wide range of attractions, such as monuments, churches, museums, art galleries and theaters; squares, parks and gardens with old groves; typical neighborhoods; large shopping malls, traditional and hip hotels, typical and international cuisine restaurants.



This City stands out because of the architectural structure of its stone and wood buildings. Its main square has a charming clock, which, when striking 12, shows four wooden carved figures of representative characters. The city's civic center is highlighted by the City Hall and Patagonia Museum. Bariloche’s scientific advances are shown in the Centro Atómico, and its culture is reflected on the music association Camerata Bariloche. San Carlos de Bariloche is the gateway to Nahuel Huapi National Park, a beautiful landscape of lakes, forests, and snow-capped peaks. Sailing along its lake, you can reach Isla Victoria (Victoria Island), Bosque de Arrayanes (Arrayanes Forests) and Puerto Blest (Blest Port).

The Andes mountain range shows its beauty in the Patagonian provinces. Millennial silent forests with native vegetable species are extended along the shores of glistening waters. On top of the mountains, nature overflows with granite peaks and ice fields spreading their glacier tongues into lakes of unsurpassable beauty.



This is a pleasant city with clean, tree-lined streets and 500 Km of irrigation channels. An active cultural life revolves around its universities, theatres, museums and art galleries.

Mendoza is also famous for its high-quality wine. This wine-making culture can be observed in the cellars open to tourists.

The glaciers of the Andes mountains supply the water which irrigates the fruit orchards and vineyards where the famous Argentine wines are made.


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