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IMAC Spanish Language Programs

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  • Country: Mexico
  • Address: Donato Guerra Nº 180
  • City: Guadalajara
  • TelNo: +(52-33) 3614-1414
  • Type: Language Center
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Welcome to IMAC Spanish Language Programs where you can learn Spanish at the most accredited Spanish language school in Mexico. We are also the only language center in Mexico to be officially accredited as a Socially Responsible Company.

Unlike other schools it is not what we say, it is what our credentials certify.

IMAC Spanish Language Programs is a school with over 4 decades of experience plus various international Accreditations and Memberships from the most important accrediting bodies in our sector. Our school is proudly Accredited by/or a member of:

The Cervantes Institute is a worldwide non-profit organization created by the Spanish government in 1991. It is named after Miguel de Cervantes (1547–1616), the author of Don Quixote and perhaps the most important figure in the history of Spanish literature. The Cervantes Institute, a government agency, was modeled on the British Council and the German Goethe Institute, and is the largest organization in the world responsible for promoting the study and the teaching of Spanish language and culture.

This organization has branched out in over 20 different countries with 54 centres devoted to the Spanish and Hispanic American culture and Spanish Language. Article 3 of Law 7/1991, created by the Instituto Cervantes on March 21, explains that the ultimate goals of the Institute are to promote the education, the study and the use of Spanish universally as a second language, to support the methods and activities that would help the process of Spanish language education, and to contribute to the advancement of the Spanish and Hispanic American cultures throughout non-Spanish-speaking countries.

Patronato (Board of Trustees): The Cervantes Institute is overseen by its governing body, the Patronato. The Patronato normally includes the King of Spain, Juan Carlos I, as the President of Honor and the Spanish prime minister, as well as representatives from the world of culture and letters in Spain and in Latin America. The executive presidency is held by the Secretaries of State of Education and Science, Culture, the president and vice-president of the Council of Administration, the Director of the Institute, 25 elected members from cultural and language institutions. It gives general directions for the activities of the Institute and informs on its annual activities.

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