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Feb
22

Spanish for University Credits in Costa Rica at SEPA Spanish Language School: How Does It Work?

Read more about our Spanish for University Credits program in some of Mt. Hood Community College’s own words. SEPA Spanish Language School, working in tandem with Mt. Hood Community College Spanish Abroad program, proudly presents this wonderful opportunity to earn one full year of Spanish college credits in 8 weeks in beautiful Costa Rica! As […]

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Feb
16

SEPA Spanish Language School partners up with Mt. Hood Community College to give students college credits and the time of their life in beautiful Costa Rica!

Read what Erin Urbanowicz from Mt. Hood Community College has to say about her time at SEPA School: It is week 4 here in Costa Rica, and I cannot believe the amazing opportunities I have had to explore the area thus far. Two weekends ago, my classmates from SEPA Spanish Language School and I went to the beautiful […]

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Feb
09

Learn Spanish Faster in Costa Rica

Learn Spanish Faster in Costa Rica With Traditional Cooking Recipes! These students are learning Spanish in Costa Rica and they are learning Spanish faster than most.  Why is that?  They are taking Spanish classes in Costa Rica at SEPA Spanish Language School where Spanish is taught through interests and experiences, instead of just seat time […]

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Jan
29

Learn Spanish in Costa Rica Through Cultural Immersion!

Learn Spanish in Costa Rica While You Immerse Yourself in Cultural Traditions: At SEPA Spanish Language School and Environmental Protection Center a big part of your Spanish learning takes place off campus with your homestay family. Here you experience our rich cultural immersion through time-honored traditions. When you come to learn Spanish in Costa Rica, you are immersed in our […]

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Dec
16

HOMESTAY: Learn Spanish Faster in Costa Rica!

Think about Spanish classes that you have taken before. You attend class for 50 minutes a day in a large class, putting in your ‘sit time’ at your desk and mostly listening, reading, or writing.

By Jeanne Blankenship | Learn Spanish
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