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API in Queretaro, Mexico
Located in the heart of Mexico, 124 miles to the northwest of Mexico City, Querétaro is the capital city of the state of Santiago de Querétaro. Surrounded by the Sierra Gorda and Sierra Madre Oriental mountains, this dynamic city boasts two World Heritage Sites and numerous examples of colonial architecture. API offers intensive language and public health programs during the summer in Querétaro.

Contact: 301 Camp Craft Road, Suite 100, Austin, TX 78746 United States; tel. 5126008900; api@apiabroad.com, www.apiabroad.com

CIEE (Council on International Educational Exchange)
CIEE offers Spanish language courses in Guanajuato, Mexico as well as other college-level courses.

Contact: 300 Fore St, Portland, ME 04101, USA; 1.800.40.STUDY or 207.553.400; www.ciee.org; info@ciee.org

City College of San Francisco
Summer in Oaxaca: Spanish Language and Oaxacan Culture
Students on this program attend Spanish classes at the Instituto Cultural Oaxaca, which is set on the grounds of a charming 19th century estate, while living in homestays with local families. In the mornings, students study Spanish in small groups, and in the afternoon, can participate in a cultural workshop in subjects such as Oaxacan cooking, weaving, pottery, dance or Mexican cinema or music.  Credit is awarded by City College of San Francisco for a Spanish conversation courses at beginning or intermediate levels, and for more advanced students, a Spanish Literature course is offered.

Visit: www.ccsf.edu/studyabroad

 
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