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Immerse Yourself in Spanish while being in San Diego, California.
Learning Spanish makes you more marketable and your business more profitable!


Spanish is the second most important language in the world across the board of politics, business, economics, culture, and international organizations. The demand for Spanish-speaking professionals is skyrocketing. Fluency, or at least solid conversational Spanish skills, will give you the edge in a competitive marketplace.

By following a structured methodology developed by our own teachers, our Spanish classes make learning Spanish easy regardless of your employee's skill level. Your business personnel will speak Spanish from the very first day, and you and your classmates can practice speaking Spanish with each other in your full immersion classes.

The best way to learn Spanish and reinforce your language skills is to have a total immersion in the foreign language. 

But, you don't have to travel outside the country to get this. We specialize in teaching students to become bilingual!

Customized Spanish Immersion Programs for your profession: Medical, Religious, Business, Travel, Social Workers, Teachers, Police, Fire Fighters, Military, Real State, Banking, Lawyers, Academic, Hotel, Retail, Secretaries, Court Staff, Dentist, Government Employees, Apartment Management, Computer, Sales, Manufacturing, Restaurant, Exam Preparation and more.

* Classes are held at our schools, or your business site.
* The schedule and length of the Spanish classes are adapted to students and business needs.
* Material's Needed: We focus on your business needs. All material is prepared according your needs.


According to Jessica Chasmar - The Washington Time - Monday June 29, 2015 

U.S. now has more Spanish speakers than Spain

Second only to Mexico, the United States now has more Spanish speakers than Spain.

The report said there are 41 million native Spanish speakers in the U.S. in addition to 11.6 million who are bilingual, putting it ahead of Colombia, with 48 million, and Spain, with 46 million, The Guardian reported. The U.S. is second only to Mexico, which has 121 million Spanish speakers, the study said.

The US Census Office estimates that the U.S. will have 138 million Spanish speakers by 2050, making it the biggest Spanish-speaking country in the world, The Guardian reported.




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