The National Autonomous University of México, through its Language Program, would like to invite all members of the Mérida expat community to their Spanish as a Second Language courses.
The courses include Mexican culture and 4 basic abilities: written and oral production, reading and listening comprehension.
This course is aimed to people living in Mérida, temporarily or permanently, who wish to improve their communication skills by managing the Spanish spoken in the region in a practical way. ´
Detailed information is available at the following links:
For more information you can contact:
Daniela Tarhuni Navarro
JEFA DEL DEPARTAMENTO DE EXTENSIÓN ACADÉMICA
Centro Peninsular en Humanidades y en Ciencias Sociales
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Recinto Santa Lucía
Calle 60 # 469 por 53 y 55, Centro
CP 97000, Mérida, Yucatán, México
Tel. (52) (999) 924.9780
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