Conversa got started in 1975 as one of the first Spanish programs for foreigners in Costa Rica. Since then, the Kaufman family has developed an extraordinary team committed to helping student learn Spanish.
We offer Full Immersion Spanish programs and Online Spanish programs for individual students, student groups, families and organizations. We work with students at all levels, and from all backgrounds. You just need to have one thing in common - motivation to learn.
Our Spanish program for Retirees runs from November 5th through December 21st, 2018 and from January 28th through March 29th, 2019. You can participate for as little as one week, and for as long as you like. Take a look at what we have in store for you!
Students have the option of earning college credit for their courses with us. Whether you want to study for two weeks, a full semester, or anything in between, we have you covered. Our courses run year-round, making this an ideal option for college and gap-year students and folks seeking continuing education/certification option.
At Conversa we have long worked with universities, middle schools and high-schools, and similar organizations, to tailor Spanish and cultural immersion programs to fit your needs and your budget. We have over 40 years of experience putting together solid educational experiences for...
For year, folks have been joining us here at Conversa to experience learning Spanish as a family. Not only is this the best way to help everyone improve their Spanish, our learning park is the perfect place to plan an educational vacation.
Whether you study with us through our immersion program in Costa Rica, or our online program, Conversa's Spanish training methodology relies on the philosophy that regardless of your age or proficiency level in spoken Spanish, you can make dramatic progress if provided with the following:
1. An experienced instructional staff
2. A highly practical and personalized approach to teaching Spanish
3. A comfortable and well-equipped learning environment
We call our methodology for teaching Spanish Constant Contact. The idea is to put you in contact with Spanish right from the start, and to keep you in touch with the language at all times, morning, noon and night.
Santa Ana, Costa Rica