Cuauhnahuac Spanish School


Cuauhnáhuac has developed a Business Spanish Program for the business professional that incorporates grammar with specific terminology and expressions related to the student's field of interest. Additionally, important cultural and situational factors for doing business with Native Spanish speakers are incorporated.


Cuauhnáhuac has developed a special Program for the health care professional which incorporates grammar with specific terminology and expressions related to the student's specific field. In addition, important cultural and situational factors for working with Native Spanish speakers are incorporated.

This Program can also include special cultural conferences such as traditional medicine, natural healers, herbology, etc.


Cuauhnáhuac has designed a special program for attorneys, which includes technical law terminology and the intricacies of the Mexican Legal System.

The topics covered in this course are listed below. While these were chosen for their success in the past, Cuauhnáhuac recognizes each student's particular needs and will format the program to suit the individual.

Origins of Law, Historical Notes, Civil Law, Marriage, Civil Relationships and dissolution, Testaments and Wills, Commercial Law, Contracts and Extensions of the Law and Commercial Entities, The Law and the Government, Statutes and Government Agencies, Economic and Commercial Controls, Consumerism, Penal Law, Crime, Defense, The Judicial System, Courts of Law, Processing, The Jury and Prosecution, Criminology, Crime and Delinquency, Punishment and Criminals, Criminal Statistics, Crime Prevention and Control, Agencies, Purposes and Functions of the Penal System, The Police, Pretial, Trial (Justice), Corrections.


Cuauhnáhuac has designed a special program for religious members interested in learning Liturgical terminology and the Religious traditions in Mexico. In addition to vocabulary, important cultural and social aspects are analyzed. This program provides a foundation for religious readings and preaching skills in order to prepare students for further theological activities.

The program is customized based on the individual requests by each student. This program has been strongly recommended for those who work within a religious network in a Spanish speaking community.

The Religious Spanish Program may be taken for as many hours as the student wishes.

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The Latino Program is designed to meet the needs of those students who have been exposed to oral Spanish at home but have little or no background in formal grammatical aspects of the language. Classes may be individual or in groups depending on the number of enrolled students who requiere this type of course. This program follows a 27 lesson sequence, and it is designed to emphasize pronunciation, spelling and the correct use of grammar.


Since Cuauhnáhuac receives many advanced students, including Spanish teachers and professors from high schools, colleges and universities, we have created this program to accommodate them. The advanced program follows the same schedule of the Normal Intensive Program, but covers some complicated grammatical points and the advanced lectures are designed to detect the weak points of the student. The linguistic workshops include writing and wording in acceptable literary form, phonetics and pronunciation, and precise and diversified vocabulary. The advanced student can also take mini-courses in Latin American literature, Latin-American studies and Mexican History. Due to the flexibility of Cuauhnáhuac´s scheduling, many students are able to personalize their courses by introducing textbooks from their own universities into the syllabus.


This program is designed for those students who would need customized classes in order to meet the university requirements. This program consists of 12 or 16 weeks of intensive language courses, the length of which varies between Universities. This program is scheduled from February to May and September to December.

An explanation of the course requirements should be sent to us at least one month in advance in order to arrange the classes.

The core of the program is grammar application studies, which occur during a part of each day, this will enable the student to maintain a sufficient language level for their tailored classes.

Beyond that, the program can be tailored around the student's individual needs. Here is an example of some possible classes:

Mexican Literature and History, Contemporary Mexico (current political and economical situation in Mexico), Culture, Linguistics (semantics, dichotomies between language and speech, language forms and wording, syntax, vocabulary, speech analysis, phonetics, writing, analysis of student errors, etc.), and Latin-American Studies (social studies, politics and economy in Latin American countries and their influence worldwide), Business, Law, Education, Humanities, Religion, Medicine.

Because of the student's customized classes and class schedule, there will be a 30% fee added to the Normal Intensive Language Program 4 week tuition fee. The second consecutive full month of study entitles you to a 10% discount off the Customized Intensive Semester Program tuition. The third and successive months entitle you to a 15% discount off the Customized Intensive Semester Program tuition. Please note that an advance payment of the entire amount is required in order to obtain the discounts. 


NOTE:  Classes listed above have an additional fee.

We plan intensive immersion programs for various  universities and institutions including  University of Wisconsin at Oshkosh,  New Mexico State University, Ursinus College, Georgia Southern University, Carthage College, California Polytechnic State University, Milwaukee Area Technical College, Rice University, Cabrini College, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Front Range Community College, Northeastern Illinois University, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, Williams College, The Viborg School of Business, Madison Area Technical College,  Xavier University of Louisiana, Fox Valley Technical College, The Women’s College of the University of Denver, Bunker Hill Community College, Thunderbird University, Pikes Peak Community College, Richmond Continuing Education Bureau, Latin American and Iberian Institute at University of New Mexico, Rotary International, foreign Embassies, and international corporations.