Spanish Language and Society in Rosario

Spanish Language and Society in Rosario

Rapidly improve your Spanish while exploring life and culture in Rosario, Argentina. Five-week intensive Spanish language programs are offered in two summer sessions. Each session is designed for beginning through advanced level students. All courses are taught in Spanish and emphasize reading, writing, listening and speaking. In-class learning is complemented by field trips, guided visits and other group activities included in the program fee.

If you have very little Spanish-speaking experience and plan to enroll in Rosario's fall program, you are encouraged to attend this summer session to help build your language proficiency. The GEO summer programs offer you full support and are preceded by an intensive orientation.

Subjects

  • Spanish Language Literature And Studies

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