La Paz city with the highest seat of government of the earth (3600 meters), offers plenty of cultural activities with a variety of
events. Interesting for the visitors is the old town, the open markets (especially
the so-called "witches market"), as well as the unique "Coca
Museum." At the "Plaza Murillo" is the
parliament building and the presidential palace.
The school offers courses for both, beginners and advanced students. The school hours are flexible and geared to the needs of students. Also will be offered intensive and communication courses.
Spanish and excursions
It is also possible to get to know the city and its proximity environment together with the teachers.
Staying with a host family gives you the best chance to apply your newly acquired language skills and simultaneously to gain insight into the everyday´s life of a local family. The families will try to provide your staying as pleasant as possible. Of course, you also have the option of staying in a hotel, apartments, or boarding house. If you have any questions please don`t hesitate to contact me.
Cochabamba is the fourth largest city of Bolivia and is located in a fertile valley at an altitude of about 2,500 meters. Many ruins from the Inca period are evidence of an early settlement of the area around Cochabamba. In 1542 the region has became part of the Spanish colony and was first settled by Europeans. The Christ Statue “ Cristo de la Concordia" on the Peter mountain is the real symbol of the city. From here you also have a wonderful view over the city and the region. The center features colonial architecture and the largest street market in South America.
As a primary method of learning the communication method is used. Also, agents such as radio, television, and so on are used to promote an intensive participation.
Spanish "one to one"
The lessons are personal - a student and a teacher, sometimes small groups are formed to discuss issues of common interest - grammatical, literary, historical, social, economic or other - to discuss and practice the language intensively.
In the family you can use the knowledge you have learned during the course, get help with homework and also learn typical customs and traditions. The learning process is accelerated and intensified by communicating with the members of the family.