Learn Spanish in Miami,
20 or 30 group lessons
per week, private
- 1 lesson: 55 minutes
- Minimum age: 18
20 lessons: 9:00 to 1:00 pm
30 lessons: 9:00 to 4:00 pm
- Maximum of 4 students per class
- All levels available
- Access to Internet and Email.
- If 30 lessons, 20 in group and 10
private 1 to 1
- CRASH course, 40 private lessons per
week. (8 hours per day), lunch with the teacher on week days
included; a total immersion programme for rapid progress in a short
period of time (we recommend 1 week only).
- Evaluation and attestation of linguistic
- All teachers are all native from central
America, South America or Spain.
The school organises the following EXCURSIONS ($):
SOUTH BEACH WALKING
SOUTH BEACH BIKE
BAYSIDE / STAR
REAL ESTATE TOUR
KEY WEST OVERNIGHT
Beginners or elementary students must start on the dates
below. Other levels, any Monday.
School closing dates
- Airport transfer one way 125$US
- Additionnal day in the family: 22$US
- All our rates are valid
from January 1st till December 31st,
2011 and never include the plane
art-deco buildings in Miami
ALL STUDENTS GOING TO THE USA IN ORDER TO GET A LANGUAGE COURSE MUST
KNOW THAT THE I-20 FORM IS NOW COMPULSORY, AND IT IN ORDER TO ASK FOR A
STUDENT VISA F-1, IF THE COURSE IS OF A MINIMUM OF 18 LESSONS A WEEK.
ALL NATIONALITIES ARE CONCERNED.
FOR CANADIAN STUDENTS, THE I-20 FORM IS ALSO COMPULSORY BUT ARE EXEMPTED
PAYMENT OF THE
SEVIS FEE (AMERICAN ANTI
TERRORIST MEASURES) WILL BE ALSO COMPULSORY BESIDES THE VISA EXPENSES.
REQUIRED FOR ALL NATIONALITIES.
SEVIS I-901 (Student and Exchange
Visitor Information System): PRICE: 200$US
This SEVIS fee is
required of all foreign nationals who come to the United States
for the purpose of pursuing a full course of study in institutions
such as colleges, universities, and language training programs. It
is payable one time for each single educational program in which an
F-1 student participates, extending from the time the student is
granted F-1 status to the time the student falls out of status,
changes status, or departs the U.S. for an extended period of time.
This fee is new
and goes into effect September 1, 2004.
SEVIS fee payments will be used by the United States Department of
Homeland Security to fund the Student and Exchange Visitor Program.
This program makes it possible for international students and
exchange visitors to attend schools in the United States.
The fee also funds the Student Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS),
a computer system employed to track international students and
exchange visitors during their stays in the United States.
SEE OUR CONDITIONS FOR DETAILS.
Most big city of the South
of the United States in the South East of Florida. The Biscayne bay and
the islands isolate it from the Atlantic Ocean. Its Miami Beach, vast
group of luxury hotels and villas ( 93 300 inhabitants), occupies an
island of 5 km wide and goes in the North on 140 km in a continuous chain
of sea resorts to Palm Beach.The Art-Deco district is particularly
interesting to visit.
Pictures of Miami. Click to
TO SEE & DO AROUND SOUTH BEACH:
Art Deco Weekend: January
South Beach Wine & Food Festival: February
Miami International Boat Show: February
Winter Music Conference: March
Miami International Film Festival: March
Sony Ericsson Tennis Open: March/April
Miami Fashion Week: May
Art Basel: December
South Beach Sites:
Casa Casuarina (Versace House), 1116 Ocean Drive
Espanola Way, Washington Ave., between 14th Street & 15th Street
Lummus Park, between Ocean Drive & beach, 5th Street to 15th Street
Flamingo Park, along Meridian, from 8th Street to Espanola Way
Miami Beach Botanical Gardens, 2000 Convention Center Drive
Delano Hotel, 1685 Collins
Mangos, 900 Ocean Drive
Nikki Beach, 1 Ocean Drive
Things To Do:
Miami Beach Visitor Center, 1920 Meridian
Jungle Island, Watson Island, 305-400-7000
Miami Seaquarium, Key Biscayne, 305-361-5705
Bass Museum, 2121 Park Ave, 305-673-7530
World Erotic Art Museum, 1205 Washington Ave, 305-532-9336
Wolfsonian-FIU, 1001 Washington Ave, 305-531-1001
Art Deco Tour, $20, 1200 Ocean Drive, 305-531-3484
South Beach Bike Tours, 305-673-2002
Bowling, Lucky Strike Lanes, 1691 Michigan Ave.
Salsa Mia (Salsa classes) at Yuca, 501 Lincoln Road
South Beach Kayak, 1771 Purdy Ave, 305-332-2853
Miami Beach Golf Club, 2301 Alton Road, 305-532-3350
Volleyball, between 7th & 8th Street on beach
Rollerblade/bike rentals, Fritz’s, 1620 Washington Ave, 305-532-1954
Scuba/Snorkeling, Tarpoon Lagoon, 300 Alton, 305-532-1445
Basketball: Miami Heat (American Airlines Arena)
Football: Miami Dolphins (Dolphin Stadium)
Baseball: Florida Marlins (Dolphin Stadium)
American: Jerry’s Famous Deli, 1450 Collins
American: News Café, 800 Ocean Drive
American: Big Pink, 157 Collins
Mexican: Lime, 1439 Alton Road
Mexican: El Rancho Grande, 1626 Pennsylvania
Cuban: Larios, 820 Ocean Drive
Cuban: Porta Sagua, 700 Collins
French: La Sandwicherie, 229 14th Street
Spanish: Tapas & Tintos, 448 Espanola Way
Italian: Hosteria Romana, 429 Espanola Way
Thai: Thai House, 1137 Washington Ave.
Brazilian: Texas de Brazil, 300 Alton Rd.
Greek: Taverna Opa, 36 Ocean Drive
Seafood: Joe’s Stone Crab, 11 Washington Ave.
Seafood: Monty’s Raw Bar, 300 Alton Rd.
'Crunch', 1259 Washington Ave.
Regal Cinema, 1100 Lincoln Road (corner of Lincoln Rd & Alton Rd)
Area Shopping Malls:
Aventura Mall (North Miami)
Dolphin Mall (West Miami)
Bayside Marketplace (Downtown)
Dadeland Mall (South Miami)
Bal Harbour Shops (North Miami Beach)
Sawgrass Mills Mall, Discount Mall (Sunrise, FL)
Publix, 1920 West Ave.
Whole Foods, 1020 Alton Rd.
South Beach Local Bus, only $0.25 cents, 8am-1am, loops around South
South Beach Taxi, 305-595-7522
510 Washington OR 1427 Alton Road
Miami Beach....google map....click here