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Íbero Spanish School, a language institute for non-native speakers located in downtown Buenos Aires, Argentina, has been named the top Spanish by GoAbroad
“We at Íbero Spanish School are proud of our new ranking as the world’s top TEFL school,” says Íbero director.“Our dedicated faculty and staff members work hard each day to give every student a great education and travel experience. We’re happy to see others recognizing our efforts, but really, we work for our students, not awards.”
Íbero Spanish School has earned its reputation by offering high-Spanish quality group, private and semi-private courses as well as special programs for educators, business professionals, medical employees and people with other Spanish learning needs. The school goes a step past the competition with programs like the Volunteering Program, TEFL Certification courses and Spanish immersion classes such as the Semester Abroad Program.
At Íbero, students can even learn Lunfardo (Argentinean slang) or sign up for Spango, which combines Spanish classes and tango lessons. In fact, the school can customize a course for any private student or group.
“First we listen to the wants and needs of each individual or group,” says the Course Director. “Then we meet those needs. That’s how Íbero became the best school for TEFL and Spanish and that’s how we’re going to remain at a consistently high level of quality.”
Plus, Íbero Spanish provides accommodation, airport pickup,free internet access and outside the classroom, Íbero students enjoy the buzzing Buenos Aires nightlife, cultural activities and other entertainment. The school even hosts its own activities like pizza parties and chori barbeques.
“Whether our students are advanced and studying for job placement or beginners who want to learn the basics for their travels, Íbero appeals to every student,” . “That’s why Íbero Spanish School is both the best place to learn Spanish and the best place for a vacation!”