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Spanish school in Managua Nicaragua

  • Introducing

    Nicaragua Spanish Language School, Managua, is located in the center of the capital, about two blocks from the MetroCentro Shopping Mall. The teachers are 100% Nicaraguan native-speakers and we are American owned and operated. We work mainly with NGO’s, missionaries and embassy employees and families, but lots of tourists study with us too!. We offer discounts to NGO workers, embassy employees and their families, as well as organization and university groups. Just ask and we will let you know if your qualify.

    We offer everything from one-to-one classes at the school to online Skype classes and home/office classes. Start any weekday. You can arrive any day of the week and we will arrange airport pick-up if you request it. See below for a list of prices and school information.

    Your Coordinator at the Managua Nicaragua Spanish school is fantastic at his job! All of the staff love what they do and are well-trained. We are a simple school but well-equipped to get you speaking Spanish well and quickly. The Director of the school has 12 years working in the field of providing professional Spanish language programming. The teachers all either have at least an undergraduate degree or are in their final year of school.

    Since most of the students in Managua are working with NGO operations, embassies or doing missionary work, this is one of our specialties. Of course we also teach tourists! See below for more course description.

  • About Managua Nicaragua

    Founded in 1819, the city was given the name: Leal Villa de Santiago de Managua. Its original purpose was to serve as a rural fishing village. Efforts to make Managua the capital of Nicaragua began in 1824, after the Central American nations formally attained their independence from Spain. Managua's location between the rival cities of León and Granada made it a logical and ideal compromise site. Managua's economy is based mainly on trade. The city is Nicaragua's chief trading center for coffee, cotton, and other crops. It is also an important industrial center. Its chief products include beer, coffee, matches, textiles and shoes.

    Managua, being a large capitol city, has everything. Its not for the student who wants the beach, but it can be a great experience for those who are more “city-oriented”. There are great restaurants, clubs, casinos and shopping. Managua has the extremes of wealth and poverty. A large city with the charm of a small town…horse and carts along side buses at the stop lights.

    In Managua, you’ll study four hours a day, the classes consist of two hours of grammar and two hours of conversation or we can adapt the class structure to your needs and desires. We can arrange a homestay with a local family close to your school or we can set you up in one of the many hotels or hostels in the city. Transportation is cheap and plentiful in Managua. The school here is known as one of the best on Central America and has a great record of getting its students speaking and understanding Spanish quickly. The school is used by most of the embassies and NGO operations in Managua. Let us know what your desires are and we will help you set everything up!

  • Other things to do in Managua city

    Visit local restaurants, clubs and casinos.
    Visit to San Juan Del Oriente
    Visit to new Catholic Cathedral in Managua
    Visit to Roberto Huembes Market
    Visit to Masaya Artist´s Market