PREMIUM LOCATION TO LEARN SPANISH IN SUCRE
The Academia Latinoamericana in Bolivia is located in the heart of Sucre. Learn Spanish in Sucre just a few minutes away from the city center. In other words, within close proximity to virtually everything of interest within the city.
The Spanish classes are taught in the mornings. This, leaves the afternoons free for cultural activities, or half day excursions around Sucre and Bolivia.
Our Spanish courses are held in a 2 story building with eleven classrooms, a lounge (for videos, etc.) and a kitchen. Besides, two terraces, one indoor patio and much more.
Sucre is the beautiful colonial judicial capital located in the Andean highlands of Bolivia. Some people calls it the “White City of the Americas”, due to its numerous colonial buildings, all of them white and topped with shiny red tile roofs.
Set in a valley surrounded by low mountains, Sucre is small (with a 150,000 population). Do not be afraid, it is very easy to explore it on foot.
I WANT TO STAY, ENJOY AND LEARN SPANISH IN SUCRE
We want to remind you of the special hospitality and warmth of a loving South American family. Truly this is impossible to describe until you have experienced it! Contact with us and come to learn Spanish with the best professionals to Sucre.
You will leave with a better knowledge of the native culture and the Spanish language. But it is not just that. As a result of the experience of living with a host family, you will have a clearer understanding of the people and the rich cultural tradition of the country.
You can decide to take classes only. Nonetheless, you can also stay at our student residence hall next to the campus. Spanish students in Sucre will have to pick one of these excellent options.
FIRST DAY OF CLASSES
Academia Latinoamericana takes care of you. As you step off the plane, your host family will pick you up from the airport. Then, they will take you to your new house in Sucre. Learn Spanish from the very first moment.
They make sure you have a great start into this adventure and get settled well into our culture. A real Spanish immersion. The best way of visiting Bolivia while studying Spanish abroad.
On the first day of classes, your host family will take you the school and show you the way and where to take buses from. All new students willing to learn Spanish are given an official welcome to Academia Latinoamericana by the director of the Spanish school.
After that, you will do written and oral placement tests you. When everyone is done with the tests, you will depart on a city tour around Sucre together with the rest of the students.
A representative of the Spanish school will explain you how to get around the city. First, how to use public transport in Sucre, where to find important places and tell you about the history of Sucre. Learn Spanish and the Bolivian culture.
In the afternoon, all new Spanish students participate in an orientation session. There, we will tell you important rules regarding classes. Besides, other important information about the Spanish courses schedules and host families. As you have read, you will not only learn Spanish. Furthermore, we will explain cultural activities and weekend trips as well.
Important topics such as security in Peru, do’s and don’ts and general things you need to be aware of during your stay are covered as well. Therefore, you will feel completely at home. Entirely enjoy your stay in our country. Bolivia has a lot to see!
Your weekday in Sucre, Bolivia
8:30am: Welcome and meet your teachers and new friends at Academia Latinoamericana.
8:30-10:20am: Classes and lectures – Practice grammar, vocabulary, reading comprehension, written expression.
10:20-10:50am: Pause – Enjoy the international atmosphere at the school and socialize with your new friends from anywhere in the world.
10:50am-12:40pm: Classes and lectures – Practice oral comprehension and expression in discussions, rule plays, games, etc.
12:40pm-3pm: Lunch with your host family. Practice your Spanish in a homely, relaxed atmosphere and get to know Bolivian culture first-hand from conversations with the natives.
3-6pm: Optional activities. Explore the city and its surroundings on one of the many cultural excursions and visit local sights, markets or museums and learn about our the captivating history of our country . Besides, you can simply hang out with your new friends.
7pm: Free time for dinner or a cup to coffee or tea with your friends in one of the many cafeterias and bars around Sucre.