Learn how to speak Spanish fluently fast the Institute that is constantly upgraded with the latest in teaching equipment and materials, as well as, state of the art facilities. The Spanish Institute of Puebla is also strategically placed within walking distance of most of the tourist attractions of Puebla including: The Catedral, The Zócalo [main plaza], the Theater, the market, many museums, many colonial Churches, the library, the Post Office, and many restaurants and cafes.
The Institute is located in an Ex-Capuchin Convent from the 17 Century that has been converted into a modern building with a 17 century facade (the facade is an important part of the history of Puebla). The Institute has the lastest teaching equipment, sound protected walls for the best sound, ergonomic chairs, large deks, individual lockers, overhead projectors, fluorescent lighting, etc. It has 1 big patio, 2 large terraces with view to the volcanoes and 4 different church steeples, computer lab, conference room, bathrooms, library, reception area, administration area, main office and 20 classrooms.
Our Classrooms are equipped with ergonomic adjustable chairs, large desks, large whiteboards, overhead projectors, fluorescent lighting, WiFi, acoustic walls, etc.
HD Multimedia LED Video Projectors to watch movies or for any special presentations.
Ipads: To bring real life Spanish more quickly and easily into the classroom.
Tablets: A way to access all our extra Spanish training materials, at any time, in any classroom.
Our facility has three terraces for relaxing or studying in between, before or after classes. Purified water (at no charge) is available all the time in our facility.
Our Computer Lab is equipped with Multimedia, with the latest in software packages; programs ranging from pronunciation practice to vocabulary building. Computers are connected to the Internet with a T2 connection for research, e-mail, sending photos to your family and friends back home, and updating social networks.
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