“How did Costa Ricans fend off the miners, loggers, farmers, burners, developers and others who have felled and flattened rainforests around the world? How did they trick time?”
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Last week, we introduced you to the Director of Development at AmeriSpan’s Shanghai Chinese school. Now, we invite you to take an even closer look at the Shanghai Chinese school in the following school video:
I felt very connected to the local population by being with a family who took care of me, looked after me, made sure I understood where to go, how to get there, etc. My family was very patient with my minimal Spanish, and spoke slowly with me at breakfast and dinner.
Due to our very central location, our convenient class times (8:30-2:30), our friendly and local staff and extracurricular activities, students find getting into the community easy and rewarding. Especially during such an exciting and optimistic time in the history of this country.
CNN Money recently published an infographic-laden article comparing the young adult populations of nations across the world and indicating per-capita Gross National Income growth over the past five years
While the majority of students in the U.S. still spend most of their four years at an American university, more and more are taking to schools abroad, whether they’re close to home or a little more out of the way.
AmeriSpan offers a handful of options for students wishing to improve their Spanish in Chile.
While studying in Argentina, you can take excursions to attractions like the majestic Iguazu Falls, Andean national parks, the beaches of Montevideo, and more!
What could be better than exploring a vibrant international city and sunning on the beach in between classes?
Those of you who want to learn Spanish in Mexico might agree that this option is a no brainer – Mexico has something for everyone, and is inexpensive and close by.