You may be wondering, “What is it like? What will the real experience be? What kind of students join ILISA?” Read about the experiences of people who have been here on our ‘students talk’ page.
Grade A+: ILISA exceeded all my expectations. Words can’t express my satisfaction with their facilities, staff, flexibility in scheduling, attention to detail and of course the effectiveness of their language training. More..
Scott’s primary motivation for studying Spanish was his love of the language and travel, although the encouragement of his Spanish-speaking friends and the hope that it might open up greater opportunities on the job were also factors. He had taken an intensive Spanish program at Yale while studying law but recognizes that “you have to maintain your skills.”More…
Carlos Rojas teaches Spanish, but it’s his professionalism and willingness to tailor classes to the needs of the student that makes him and ILISA special. more..
From my first e-mail until the time I finished the program, the administrative staff was terrific at making my stay a total success. Whether it’s about your homestay, your class schedule or your weekend travel plans, there is someone available to give you an experienced hand.. More..
I spent thirty years as a Naval Officer, in Nuclear Submarines, and after retirement went back and got a Ph.D. in mathematics. I now teach at the University of Arizona. I guess that gives me a little more life experience, and a somewhat more demanding attitude towards things. More…
I was able to return to my police duties and relate with Latinos in a much improved fashion and am repeatedly called to assist my fellow officers with obtaining information. I would recommend this school to anyone for the ‘total experience.’ More..
I am a priest working for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles in California, United States. So I know firsthand how important it is to speak Spanish “well enough” in order to minister to our teaming Latino population. In fact, in our context and in many parts of the United States…more…