Costa Rica: French Language Center Grows

Alianza Francesa will inaugurate on August 2009, its new facility in Heredia, with capacity for 200 students.

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Being that the facility is located close to industrial areas, the language teaching company will focus on corporate clients.

In an article in Elfinancierocr.com, the sub director of Alianza Francesa, Nathalie Le Coutour, states: "There is a lot of potential in the province [Heredia], no only for teaching the French language, but also because the population is eager for cultural activities. We want to export a small piece of France to Heredia"

Courses will start on September 21 in the new facility.



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