Cemanahuac offers personalized, time-efficient and cost-effective business Spanish and cultural studies. We give you the vocabulary, situational dialogue, and cultural understanding you need to do business in Latin America. We get beginners up and running quickly and help advanced speakers polish their skills. We have flexibility to work around your schedule.
When can I take Business Spanish classes?
There are several options. You can join our intensive language study program from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. You can go even faster with our 30 hour per week program or our super-intensive 40 hour per week program. We can also set up a customized schedule for you.
For people based in Cuernavaca or Mexico City we offer a weekend program. Spend part of each day in class and the rest relaxing in our gardens and by the pool. This is especially good for business people who have their families with them. Combining this with a stay in our Guest House makes for a great break from the bustle of Mexico City.
What else can I learn that will help me in business?
We offer cross-cultural training on negotiating differences and establishing effective communication. We can introduce you to native speakers in the areas of government regulations, real estate, legal affairs, and business etiquette. We can arrange for on-site visits to national and international companies based near Cuernavaca.
Our Latin American Studies courses give you insight into the history and culture. Field study tours are an enjoyable way to quickly learn more. Our weekly Current Events class will keep you up to date on what is going on and answer questions that may have puzzled you.
Where can I stay while I study?
What does it cost?
See our schedule of fees. Contact us for information about scholarships and professional discounts.
Where have people worked who have studied business Spanish at Cemanahuac?
We have had people from a variety of international businesses, including:
American Embassy in Mexico City
American School in Mexico City
Baxter World Trade
Henry Segal Co.
Inter-American Development Bank
Occidental Petroleum Corporation
Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency