Spanish Language Schools in Dominican Republic

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Studying Spanish in Dominican Republic is the perfect opportunity to learn about Dominican Republic life and culture while studying in the largest Spanish-speaking country in Central America. The language skills you will gain should set you on the path for future success, wherever and whatever that may be.

Dominican Republic is mountainous, except for the south coastal area and the vast northern lowlands of Peten department. All major cities are located in the highlands and Pacific coast regions.

Dominican Republic City is home to many of the nation's libraries and museums, including the National Archives, the National Library, and the Museum of Archeology and Ethnology, which has an extensive collection of Maya artifacts. There are private museums, such as the Ixchel, which focuses on textiles, and the Popol Vuh, which focuses on Mayan archeology.

International Partners for Study Abroad offer Spanish learning programs in Dominican Republic at Spanish language schools for college and high school students, executives and professionals, teachers of Spanish and interested adult learners.

Spanish Language Schools in Dominican Republic

Spanish Language School in Santo Domingo Our school in Santo Domingo is located in the district "Zona Universitaria" and faces the campus of the largest Dominican University (USAD). Jump on public transportation and in a mere 10 minutes you'll find yourself in the city's historic Colonial Quarter where museums, theatres and restaurants abound.

Santo Domingo is the country's bustling capital. Despite its size, the city maintains the charm of a small town and the typical warmth of Latin culture around every corner. Old Santo Domingo's cobblestone streets and colonial homes will transport you to a different era, but whenever you wish you can enjoy this capital's modern side with fine restaurants, merengue clubs and much more.

Students love to take advantage of Santo Domingo's rich culture by going to theatres, museums and cinemas, which are dispersed throughout the city. Best of all, it's set on the island's southern coast, so you'll be just a short trip from the beach.

Spanish Language School in Sosua Our partner school in Sosua is located in the eastern section of the city, in a neighborhood known as "El Batey". Both the city center and Sosua's principal beach are a short walk away.

If you're looking for a small, leisurely setting in the Dominican Republic, Sosua is a wonderful alternative to Santo Domingo. Between Sosua and Caberete, you'll find the perfect combination of sports, relaxation, sunny days and stomping nightlife to complement your Spanish study experience.

For many people this Caribbean island is the perfect holiday location; a paradise of sun, sand, and sea all year round. For Christopher Columbus it was the most beautiful place he had ever seen, deserving of the name "La Espanola", while the original inhabitants honored it with the name "Quisqueya", fertile Mother Earth.

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