Our Spanish immersion courses here at our Spanish school in Buenos Aires are an intensive 20 hour per week course taught in communicative Spanish by native Spanish teachers from Argentina, Spain and/or Latin America armed with a vast experience on teaching the Spanish language to foreign students (non-native Spanish speakers). All our Spanish immersion courses at Íbero Buenos Aires will enable the student to achieve a level defined as ¨independent user¨ by the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), which involves having enough autonomy to carry out the majority of the specific exercises that require the use of language in all Spanish speaking countries.
Each Spanish course at Ibero Spanish has a set schedule and number of Spanish classes hours provided by the school. All Spanish group classes will have a minimum of three students each. If, for any reason, this minimum cannot be reached, Íbero Spanish School Buenos Aires has the right to modify the class hours. Students in a group class of only one or two people will be provided with an academically equivalent structure of two hours of instruction.
All the prices for all students are the same as those posted on the school’s website. The student is required to complete payment on their first day of classes. Untimely completion of payment will result in the cancellation of all previously quoted discounts, and require the student to pay in full the posted price for all programs. Classes missed due to national holidays are not made up, but will be reflected in discounted weekly prices when necessary.
Each original Íbero textbook is the sole property of the individual who has the book, and it is to be used only for the academic course for which it was created. The textbook is personal and non-transferable, just like Íbero´s Spanish lessons, and it is prohibited to lend, gift or photocopy the Íbero Spanish textbook.
Our method of teaching Spanish to foreign students here at Íbero pays equal attention to developing all four language skills (listening, speaking, reading, and writing), with a special emphasis on the effective communication in Spanish.