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Ecuador is one of the most beautiful and interesting countries in Latin America to learn Spanish. It is a located on the Eastcoast of Latin America.
Our language school Atahualpa in Quito, Ecuadors capital, quickly integrates our students in the typical Ecuadorian life as we are not only teaching them in the classroom but also on journeys through Ecuador as well as during their work in charity projects for children and in public hospitals.
The organizations are always looking for volunteers.
Volunteer work in these projects not only promotes your communication skills in Spanish, but you'll be activly helping the development of our country.
We want you to spend good time with us and to learn much Spanish.
Our team is qualified and highly experienced, working especially in one- on- one class.
All this and more allows our students to make excellent progress in the shortest time!
The teaching does not only take place in the school, we also visit the most beautiful places in Ecuador with you. You can travel individually or in a small group of students with a teacher. Visiting the coast, the jungle or the mountains.
Discover Ecuador and learn Spanish! You classes will be in the morning, giving you the afternoon and evening to enjoy your free time.
Each region offers different recreational activities swimming, walking, exciting canoe trips, hiking and lots of Spanish conversation!!!
Our Spanishclasses prepare you for the language test certificado de suficiencia al idioma español which is offered in different levels according to your ability (A1 to C2).
Our classes conform with the official university norms.
All our students receive a certificate of our school indicating the number of classes taken and the studied material.
Students who take more than 120 hours of classes in our school receive an official Certificate from the Ecuadorian Minister for Education and Culture.