Online Spanish - Instituto Cervantes Accredited

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Academia Buenos Aires has been offering Online Spanish classes, individual and group, over the past 10 years. Online classes allow you to earn credits for your home institution through our local university transcripts. Group courses are 20 hours per week, individual classes are as low as 22 USD an hour and you define the length.

Our methodology pragmatically combines process and communicative approaches and class levels are based on a core curriculum of six competency levels. Our classes with a maximum of 7 students per group are all taught entirely in Spanish, from day one.

Earn university credits by studying as little as 2 weeks at our institute!

Highlights
  • Experienced online institute
  • Continue studying on site after your online program
  • University credits

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Lisa
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Yes, I recommend this program

Definitely recommendable! Loved it!

I loved the Academia! The girls from the reception and coordination made me feel welcome and I was well taken care of from day one. The material and equipment of the courses and the classrooms are excellent and the teachers are so good! With their help it was a lot easier for me to finally get my Spanish B2 certificate of the Instituto Cervantes. Their additional offers to learn more about the city, culture and the specific language in Buenos Aires and Argentina are great and very entertaining, no matter which language level you have. I also loved the cinema nights with wine and empanadas! In total: it is totally worth the money and I would definitely go there again!

If you did this all over again, what's one thing you would change?
I would have gone to Academia earlier, as I would have been more secure with my Spanish from the beginning (when I arrived in Buenos Aires) and I would have gotten to know some really cool people much earlier.