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NRCSA Center: Spanish Language School (SPL)
Buenos Aires, Argentina  


About The NRCSA Center

Teaching Spanish to foreigners is not just our job, but our passion. We have a solid history of language training, and were one of the first in Argentina to focus exclusively on the teaching of Spanish to foreigners. All teachers at the institute hold a University Degree in Education or Literature and have extensive experience in teaching Spanish to foreigners. This, accompanied by our solid internal structure, and small group class sizes allows us effectively instruct students of all levels in the Spanish Language.

Our system of initial evaluation and the constant supervision ensures that each student participants in lessons which match their language abilities. Additionally, all of our group classes are taught in small class sizes to ensure that each student gets the most out of their lessons.

Numerous corporations have used this institution for intensive language training. Additionally, we have academic affiliations with universities in various countries including the USA and Germany. Past students include: diplomats, business people, travelers, and youths from all over the world, and the average student age is 30 years old.


About Buenos Aires

A sprawling metropolis that rises from the Río Plata and stretches more than 194 square kilometers (75 square miles) to the surrounding pampas, the fertile Argentine plains. Block after block of tidy, high-rise apartment buildings interspersed with 19th century houses continue as far as the eye can see. Dozens of suburban neighborhoods, each with its own particular character and well-groomed parks, surround the downtown area.

Unlike most South American cities, whose architectural styles reveal a strong Spanish colonial influence, Buenos Aires looks more like Paris, with wide boulevards lined with palatial mansions. Flowers are sold at colorful corner kiosks, the smell of freshly baked bread fills the air around well-stocked bakeries, and cafés appear on every block.

Major sites in Buenos Aires include Casa Rosada, the official presidential residence and government headquarters; Catedral Metropolitana; Centro Cultural Recoleta, with its art shows and concerts; Museo Historico Nacional, outlining the official history of Argentina, and many other sites of great historical value.

SPL is centrally located in downtown Buenos Aires.

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