Why you should study Spanish over other foreign languages

When it comes to studying a foreign language, you have numerous of options -- over 6,900, in fact!  It is important to pick a language that is practical and interesting so you remain motivated and encouraged along your learning journey. For example, you may be fascinated by J.R.R. Tolkien’s Elvish, but how will you practice so your skills flourish?  Here at CPI, we are....

Learning professional Spanish

As anyone working in the modern economy can see, foreign language is no longer just a subject to be studied in high school or college and promptly forgotten. Interconnected economies formed by rapid globalization have made foreign language acquisition a crucial component of the path to a successful career. If you would like to better your Spanish abilities in order to advance your career or broaden your company’s client base, CPI is the place for you.

Spanish schools with tutoring for residents and expats in Costa Rica

Those who have decided to make Costa Rica their home for a few months, a year or even permanently soon realize the importance of establishing a base in the language which they encounter each day.  Whether interactions be...

How can I earn a grant to study Spanish in Costa Rica?

If you are hoping to study abroad in Costa Rica but currently lack the budget to do so, there are many scholarship opportunities available to help you accomplish your goal. Companies have a lot to gain from the perspectives of hardworking, creative students such as yourself, so they are often willing to offer financial rewards in exchange for your thoughts. In addition, cultural organizations and universities want to promote a love of learning, so if they can, they also seek to extend funding to students.

Here are a few scholarship search engines that will help you find the perfect scholarship:

GUEST BLOGGER, JESSICA HEIN: The experience continues at CPI. PART #2: Becoming a CPI Group Assistant

“Sí…bueno…sí….claro. Oki. Chau.”

I hung up the phone in the Groups office of CPI and stared, wide-eyed, around the room. Oh no. It was my first day as a Grupos CPI chaperone, and I had just gotten off the phone with my boss who had given me a list of things to accomplish. (Actually, that was just an educated guess because I had spent the previous five minutes pretending to know exactly what she was saying while only catching about 2% of the conversation).