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See you later, VCU! Spanish School Uninter wishes you a good trip.

This Friday, July 21st, we said goodbye with an effusive “See you!” to the students of Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) and its director Dr. Eugenia Muñoz during an emotional ceremony held to close their course and deliver their diplomas. On their sixteenth visit, this group stayed for 4 weeks at Spanish School Uninter, where they learned about Latin American culture

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Interacting in Spanish at Spanish School Uninter: Spelling bee

This Wednesday, students from different programs of Spanish School Uninter met to participate and enjoy a spelling contest that was held within our interaction module, which seeks to promote friendship, communication and language development among students. Activities such as this are held weekly, bringing together up to 30 students of different nationalities and cultures. (translation) Interactuando en español en Spanish School

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Teacher of the Oxnard School District in Southern California returns to Uninter to learn Spanish

Nancy Buenrostro, a Spanish teacher from the Oxnard School District in Southern California and a lover of “the city of eternal spring”, Cuernavaca, returns to Uninter to practice and improve her Spanish. This teacher on her 14th visit in Cuernavaca wants to know more about the Spanish and the Mexican culture that fascinates her so much. She tells us that

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Columbus State University students extend their stay at the Uninter’s Spanish School of Cuernavaca

Marissa Williams and Jacquelyn Delauder of the Columbus State University decided to remain at the Spanish School for two more weeks. The program is originally for four weeks, with the purpose of granting university credits for the students through outstanding courses such as: Chicano Literature , Golden Era of Spanish Theater and Film, Contemporary Mexico, and Spanish Phonetics. Nevertheless, Marissa

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