AmeriSpan's Spanish for Business courses in Spain are geared towards students and business professionals who want to explore business-related topics in Spanish. If you want acquire the language skills necessary to communicate in business and legal situations, this is the perfect course for you.
You can combine this course with General Spanish!!
This Spanish for Business course in Madrid uses business texts, professional presentations and business periodicals to introduce business terminology and structures necessary to interact with clients and colleagues in Spanish. Participants will receive lists of specific business vocabulary and informative handouts dealing with the economic situations of Spain, Europe and Latin America.
Examples of topics that may be covered in the Spanish for Business course include:
This city knows how to live, and so do Madrilenians. It might not be as splendour as Paris, not have the history of Rome, not be as cool as Berlin, but Madrid is the most passionate city in all Europe. It is a must!
The famed capital of Spain is a cosmopolitan city of unequaled culture and nightlife. With everything from world famous museums, fine restaurants and tapas bars, unespected live music scene, to high fashion shopping, one never runs out of things to do in Madrid.
Madrid welcomes visitors, it is said that if you are in Madrid, you are from Madrid.
Conveniently located at a maximum of 5 hours by train, plane or bus to any other city in Spain, its central location makes it an ideal home base for language travelers.
As an old tourism promotion campaing said: "Spain is Different"
From its dazzling beaches to its ancient castles, Spain is a country as diverse as the cultures which have influenced its art, architecture, music and lifestyle. It is a land where cathedrals, roman ruins and arabic kashbas are interspersed with skyscrapers, where modern rock mixes with flamenco guitar, and night clubs compete with cozy "tapas" bars.
It is easy to travel, the climate is generally benign, people is friendly, relaxed and fun-loving.
And of course is the home contry of the second largest speaked language in the world: Spanish.
The more you travel through Spain, the more you get the differences between regions, you will realize how many Spains there are.
From hot, dry, home of bullfigting and flamenco Andalucia, to fertile Cataluña, to the mainland Castilla to the mediterranean coast of Levante facing the laving on the Mediterranean sea.
Spain offers some of the world's most famous museums, resorts, and festivals, making it a unique and enchanting destination.