Yesterday was be the welcome day for all of our new students of Universidad Internacional and Spanish School Uninter, with the intention of knowing the facilities of the school, their next classmates and some of the workshops of the University. The event was full of fun activities and competitions, including a rally through all university facilities, archery practice, board theLeer Más
Last Friday, Spanish School Uninter welcomed back a student from many years ago. Nancy Wetterau from the state of New York in the U.S. returns to visit us and this time with two of her granddaughters, Juliana Iturralde from Chicago and Katherine Wetterau from California. They are here to learn Spanish with us and what a better way to doLeer Más
We said goodbye, last Friday, to an exchange student. Mina So, from the city of Namyangju in South Korea. Mina concluded her four-week stay learning Spanish in our Intensive Program, where she gained more knowledge of the language, as well as learned a little more about Mexican culture. Until then, Mina, Spanish School Uninter wishes you the best! (Translation) ESTUDIANTELeer Más
This past weekend, we received Emmanuelle Duprus-Hebert and Myriam Savard-Lajeunesse, along with their four-year-old daughter Ophelie Hebert, in Spanish School Uninter. They visit us from Quebec, Canada to learn Spanish and learn the Mexican culture through the Executive Program, the Intensive Program, and the Kid’s Program. Welcome! (Translation) APRENDIENDO ESPAÑOL EN FAMILIA: SPANISH SCHOOL UNINTER, LA MEJOR OPCIÓN. Este finLeer Más
HAVE A GOOD TRIP, SHERRELLE AND NOELICIA; YOUR HOME, SPANISH SCHOOL UNINTER, AWAITS YOUR RETURN WITH OPEN ARMS!
Last Friday, our students from Nassau, Bahamas; Sherelle Fernander and Noelicia Turnquest, returned to their homes after six months of learning Spanish at Spanish School Uninter. We wish them a good trip hoping they return home and remember, Spanish School Uninter is also your home! (Translation) ¡BUEN VIAJE, SHERRELLE Y NOELICIA; SU CASA, SPANISH SCHOOL UNINTER, LAS ESPERA COM LOSLeer Más
Spanish School Uninter delivered yesterday one of the last diplomas of the summer evening and this time the student Bart Brosius, who is an official of the Belgian Consulate General in New York City and a native of Belgium, concluded his stay almost every week in our Intensive Program. The Belgian native expressed his gratitude for his achievement to obtein aLeer Más
Last Friday afternoon, we bid farewell to our Spanish School Uninter student Jakob Rehmann. After a five-week stay in our school, where he participated in the Intensive Program, Jakob set off on his return home but not before acquiring better spanish learning at our institution. Jakob is a student from City College of New York whom arrived to SpanishLeer Más