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1. Spanish School Guadalajara - Guadalajara

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Address: 1068, Jose Alvarez del Castillo, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, Mexico

Telephone: +52 33 3809 8223

Business type: School

2. ITTO - TEFL Certification Courses & Teach English in Mexico - Guadalajara

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Address: Calle Francisco I. Madero 469, Zona Centro, 44100 Guadalajara, Jal., Mexico

Schedule: Opens at 09:00

Telephone: +52 33 3658 5858

Business type: School

ITTO - TEFL Certification Courses & Teach English in Mexico: what do users think?
Sue Pierson: I highly recommend the course itself. It far excelled my expectations in both rigor and depth. As a retired elementary teacher, I thought I knew a lot about the art of teaching, but I learned a lot more about the specific needs of EFL learners at ITTO. Our main instructor was an expert in the field and I benefited greatly from his expertise. If I were to rate the course instruction and content on its own, I would definitely rate it 5.stars. However, because of some significant communication issues regarding my accommodation arrangements while attending the course and my registration for the free week of Spanish classes offered by ITTO after the 4 week course, I have to give the ITTO organization as a whole only 3 stars. Although I was notified by my appointed course advisor, before my arrival, that my 5 week stay was confirmed at a local apartment building, along with my registration for the Spanish class, neither of these proved to be true. I was told after 4 weeks that my apartment was booked for the following week to someone else. The manager had no clue about my reservation for 5 weeks. Consequently, I had to quickly find alternative accommodation at a much higher price. When I arrived at the Spanish class the next week, they did not know who I was. I was also told that there were no beginner classes that week, only intermediate. I had specified that I was a complete beginner in Spanish when I registered. I tried out the class they offered me, but quickly realized that it was way over my head. Had I realized that, I would never have registered for it. Although the administrator and staff at ITTO were profusely apologetic about both issues, I was not offered any compensation for what was a serious communication fail on their part, ending up costing me a lot more than I anticipated and my not receiving what I was promised. I strongly advise anyone who is interested in taking this course to verify all the details regarding your accommodation and registration to avoid a repetition of my experience. The staff at ITTO are very kind and hardworking people but their communication with the outside parties that provide services for their trainees is sadly lacking.
Joe Bitch: Do not waste time or money sent wife and she was horribly horrified by everything there
SooIcey Ent: Worst place ever wasted 2500$ on poor teaching skills as well as facility place stunk so did the people that went also look at the video's of graduates 😂🤪that right there should stop you wish I would’ve seen those first😆😂💯
Foxx Blackk: Terrible dont waste ya money please save your self
She C: As a certified teacher of 10 years going into this program, I was impressed. I have taught ESL in public schools, and wanted my international certification to teach abroad. I chose this program last year and loved it! The course is 120 hours for 4 weeks, and I was truly amazed how well it was organized. Professor Del Alto was very informative, and passionate about the English language.The only critique I would have would be on the lack of classroom management. ***Classroom management is important, but each school has their own expectations of how it should be implemented. For this reason, it was not a strong focus of the coursework.**This program is centered on teaching high school, or adults so I would STRONGLY suggest to study classroom management before you jump into an elementary school setting. If you're wanting a job in an elementary school then reach out to all your teacher friends and they can give you a plethora of resources to help you in that first year.I personally did not need job placement because I am contracted to teach for the next year in my home state, but I will use the job services in the future when I'm ready to teach abroad. Overall, it's definitely worth every penny for the experience!
Savvy Souljar: I enjoyed my 4 week course at ITTO in Guadalajara, Jalisco Mexico 🇲🇽 It was an intense course, but staff were very supportive and I was able to keep up and successfully meet all the requirements for graduation 👩🏽‍🎓. I have since then gone on to successfully complete my Business English certification which was all online. It was 1998 when I received my bachelors degree. If I can do, anybody can do it.
Dan Parks: ITTO Guadalajara is incredible. Every aspect of my experience there exceeded expectations. The course was fantastic, in-depth, and taught by an excellent mentor. The administration was very professional and helpful. The practice teaching was invaluable. The facilities are clean and conveniently located. All in all, an amazing experience and incredibly well organized, I highly recommend it!
wylie demin: Far more hands on and educating than I anticipated, and only in a good way. ITTO ensures that you will become a competent and skilled English teach in just three short weeks. Highly recommend, and the staff is great.
Jamie Neavill: The intensive 4 week course covers grammar/pronunciation points, teaching methods, classroom management, and gives teaching practice. Surely it is difficult to cover ALL that is needed to prepare a teacher in one short month, but I believe that students are made aware of various topics/situations that they will come across as English teachers and are given resources to prepare for them. Having nearly 0 teaching practice before coming to ITTO, after taking the course I do feel much more prepared to begin a career as an English teacher.-Jamie
Nikki A: Thanks to my month-long International Teacher Training Organization (ITTO) course in Guadalajara, I now feel prepared for a career in English language teaching. The authentic teaching practices in IMAC set this course apart from other courses. Not only have I been able to learn best practice English teaching theories and skills, I have also been able to put them into practice regularly with the teaching practices in IMAC and with peers in our ITTO classroom.Thanks so much to Marc (our trainer) and to the girls in the office. You make ITTO such a warm and inviting place to be. We were especially impressed with Marc. He is knowledgeable, talented AND incredibly patient and calm.
Natálie Petkovová: Absolutely excellent. When applying for the TEFL course in Guadalajara, Mexico, I was taken perfect care of by one of the advisors who guided me through the whole process and was always there to support me and help out.The course itself was led by a very professional trainer with years of experience in teaching English and after completing all of the teaching practices I felt very ready to start working right away - which, thanks to ITTO, happened. They kept their promise of a job placement and I started working a week after graduating.If you're still hesitating whether to do it or no, the answer is definitely YES! :)
Nik Tourani: This in-person TEFL course was really amazing! If you’re looking for a TEFL certification course with extensive teaching practice, then this is the place. They partner with a neighboring language school called IMAC so that trainees get 10 practice teaching lessons with real students learning English. I really benefited from all of the practice, and Prof. Del Alto, who teaches the course, is such a passionate and dedicated instructor, he really knows his stuff. He also works at the University of Guadalajara with their languages department, along with being an all-around amazing teacher of English with plenty of experience teaching in Mexico as well. Highly highly recommend this course if you want to feel more confident about stepping into the classroom than you might with only an online course.
elizabeth b: It is with great pain and sadness that I write this review owing to my love and respect to the employees of ITTO, the students at IMAC, and the Mexican people in general. I first started online taking classes from ITTO because they offered 100% job placement upon completion of the online component as well as the teaching practicum at the adjoining English school, IMAC. Therefore it was great joy and expense that I headed to Guadalajara to complete the teaching practicum and begin work. And even though I completed both teaching components with high marks, I was never offered employment in Mexico though I waited three months for an assignment. Further, ITTO is without excuse since their affiliated English school, IMAC, need only hire me for, say, three classes a week, in order to fulfill their commitment. All and all, I spent just under four months in Mexico expecting to work, four months that cost me a lot of money, but ITTO was unfaithful to their guarantee. True, I came to love Mexico more and more during this time, but ITTO should not advertise 100% job placement if they cannot fulfill it. I therefore cannot recommend ITTO though I do love Mexico as well as all the staff and students I met at IMAC and ITTO.
Donna Dixon: I am changing my review from one star to five stars because ITTO has resolved an error that was on my account. Thank you to Treisi for caring about your TEFL students' success and happiness.

3. Internacional House Guadalajara - Guadalajara

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Address: Av. México #2819-Int. 101, Vallarta Nte., 44690 Guadalajara, Jal., Mexico

Schedule: Opens at 07:00

Telephone: +52 33 2263 5254

Business type: Language school

Internacional House Guadalajara: what do users think?
Cecilia Soto: They don't close at 9 they close at 4 and their phone never works horrendous serviceSpare yourself courage and don't deal with this fifth grade school
Francisco Cabello: All very well to take the ielts!
Conrado Vela: Update your schedule information. Today I went to the office at 3:55 p.m. and they told me that they were already closed and no one was there. Even when they close at 4:00 p.m., it hurts me that they don't have that professional care.
Valeria Macías: Horrible, this Carlos Solis has a bad treatment, they change the schedules and confirm one day so much. If you are going to do IELTS in Guadalajara I do not recommend it
Ricardo Morua: very good place
Ulises Saldaña: The analyzer has a horrible tone to address people plus he fell asleep in the middle of an exam
juan pablo Alejandre: The schedule is until 7 at night so that they take it into account
Eli Ponce de León: They should update the hours. I came on Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. and the person who attends was just leaving and told me that he could not attend me because he had to leave.
Santiago Quesada: He does a hairstyle to the building.. that's all. Everything else very well
Gabriela Martínez: Lovely place
Janet Conde: I only showed up to take my exam, but everything was fine.
Jos Ruiz: , lo único es que no cuenta con estacionamiento propio de la escuela, pero todo lo demás excelente(Translated by Google
José Mario Estrada Ramírez: I took my IELTS test here, the service is not as good as one would expect. About the test everything was fine. The place is small and there is no parking.
juan miguel rivas del toro: At IH I took the IELTS course and exam and it was a very good experience, our teacher was Stuart, who is British and always gave excellent classes, clarified all doubts and was very dynamic, in the end the result of my exam was very good and allowed me to enter my master's degree at King's College London
Lucia Vazquez: I signed up to take the IELTS exam and before paying I was given the option to choose my time for the oral exam. In the end, International House does not respect that schedule and puts you on the schedule it wants. They better not have that option on their website if they are not going to respect it
PONTE FIT: One of his teachers denied me the exam for no reason and raised false statements about me, if I could sue him I would.
Luis Ontaneda: Your service is horrible. They changed my exam dates 2 times. Seriously if you are considering this place, don't choose it.
Elena Núñez: , después les marqué yo (nunca contestaron
Luis Q.O: Excellent courses, they helped me a lot to improve my English
Ana Margarita Santillan Medina: For the amount they charge for the course and exam they should be more attentive and answer the phone. It's sooo hard to get calls answered.

4. IMAC Spanish Language Programs - Learn Spanish in Mexico - Guadalajara

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Address: C. Donato Guerra 180, Zona Centro, 44100 Guadalajara, Jal., Mexico

Schedule: Opens at 09:00

Telephone: +52 33 3614 1414

Business type: Language school

IMAC Spanish Language Programs - Learn Spanish in Mexico: what do users think?
K T: Coming here greatly improved my Spanish and was a fantastic opportunity to learn about the city and meet many people.
Oliviana Moreno: i took a couple weeks of spanish here in feb 2022, really enjoyed my time and my teacher was great. when you get there, they have you speak to someone to assess your placement and i felt like i was in just the right class for my level. they have multiple locations where they also teach english and we took field trips and met up with groups of english learners to tour new areas and practice together. i thought that was fun and clever.
Annica S: I researched so many Spanish immersion programs and I'm so happy I chose IMAC. Daniela A. is a fantastic instructor. I will certainly be back.
Robert Albert: I took two weeks of Spanish at this school in December 2022 and was really happy with the experience. Teacher Katya Ramos was excellent and the school was well run: well located, and serious in its mission. Don't expect a fancy facility, but the substance was there. Each week they pair the English and Spanish learners together for language practice on walks through Guadalajara which was particularly fun. ¡Muy bien, IMAC!
Colleen Malone: I spent 5 weeks at IMAC in Guadalajara late in 2022 and loved the experience! If you are serious about improving your Spanish (not just picking up some tourist language), I highly recommend it and I hope to return for further study in 2023.Because I didn't know what to expect I will detail what I experienced: Classes are 4 hours a day (from 9-1) with a 15 min break around 11. I never had a class with more than 5 students in it and usually there were 3 (it fluctuates--see below re: placement). The instruction (and textbook) is entirely in Spanish, only occasionally will the teacher relent and clarify something in English--this is true immersion! There's an optional additional hour intercambio (conversation) from 1-2 with the local students at the same school who are learning English. Additionally, on Wednesdays there is a field trip during class hours --either walking to a nearby location with the local students and exchanging relevant vocab words (once we went to a church, another time to a Christmas market) or taking a bus to another area of town to meet up with the English students at that IMAC location). There's a short test every Friday--I get the sense that it is as much for documenting your progress as it is for evaluating the teachers. I had 3 different instructors in 5 weeks (because of class changes, see below) and two of them were excellent! (If you are lucky enough to get Emmanuel or Katia, please tell them I say hola!) The 4 hours in class went very quickly--there were lots of varied activities/exercises: silly vocabulary games in the form of Taboo or charades, listening to recordings and (trying to) answer questions about th content, written exercises and review, and a lot of "discuss this topic with a partner." And there's a bit of homework too.The intermediate textbook cost me about $50 (US). The grammar lessons and vocab are buried in a context approach--each chapter has a theme (e.g. health, real estate, Spanish history or famous people). I understand this approach but to be honest I would have like more repetitive simple drills on some concepts (which I would find on the internet after class).Re: placement. The schedule of classes is seemingly erratic and solely based on which students show up in a given week. Each course level (beginner, intermediate, etc.) is about 5-6 weeks long. And they seem to start whenever they have enough students at that level (2-3 people) and simply end when it doesn't have any students left--during my 5 weeks there were several folks who came for just a week or two, so every Monday the class configuration was different--someone gone, someone new, and a few folks who were sticking it out from start to finish. In other words, you can start any Monday but you may be starting in the third week of an ongoing course (as I did). It's not really a problem though, as the lessons don't seem to build on each other directly--though presumably the earlier lessons in a course will be easier?Last but not least, here was my scheduling experience for 5 weeks: They initially placed me in the first week of a beginner course but I balked (I came with some vocab and could conjugate present tense verbs so I was pretty full of myself 🙄, and I got put in the next available alternative--the third week of the intermediate course (Chaps 5-6). I was in WAY over my head but I stuck with it for two weeks and learned a LOT (in retrospect starting in the middle of the beginners course may have been more appropriate for me--perhaps too easy but I would have reviewed a lot of foundational stuff that I apparently lacked). And then I joined week 2 of another Intermediate course (Chaps 3-4). There were only 3 of us in that class and we negotiated for the following week to repeat Chaps 1-2 since none of us had done that yet.
maria 1125: They cater to your needs. I am currently in Mexico and have 5 kids who understand Spanish, but don't speak Spanish correctly or fluently enough to get their point across clearly. So, I simply asked for conversational classes. Each of my 5 kids had a teacher for 3 hours for 3 days a week, for 4 weeks. They went over a 20 minute lesson and then had conversations with one break, talking about all sort of things. My kids ranged from 6 to 15 years of age. I decided to do it this way because, if I put them in the same room...only my more verbal kids would speak. This way they were forced to communicate and get out of their comfort zone of simply being a listener in class. The only thing I disliked was that the teachers wore masks. I get it...they are scared even though the studies from France and Germany say the masks don't work. However, because the purpose is to learn correct pronunciation and for that one needs to see mouth movement. Other than that, my kids loved the experience and when we come back we will surely use them again. FYI...I asked the teachers to remove their mask for the picture.
Fernando Steve Gamboas Murillo: Excellent place to learn and develop your English as it has different tools and professional teachers. My favorite part is the conversation between students at the school, like people who come from other places.
John: I was there for 4 weeks starting end of October 2020. I thought the school and classes were great! Instructors were very well educated in the language and how to teach, classes were small, (for me 2 to 4 students) and the atmosphere was friendly and fun. Covid procedures were in placed and strictly followed. I think it's a matter of how hard you want to work at learning. I worked hard and it paid off. I'm back in Guadalajara now (January 2021) and plan to take 4 more weeks of classes. Thanks to Miriam and Daniela for being great instructors!
Sarah Dodson: I highly recommend taking a Spanish-language class at IMAC. I can't recall my teacher's name, but his lessons and attention to detail have remained in my mind and have truly helped me to become a more proficient Spanish speaker. Classes are small and allow each student the opportunity to speak and ask questions (but not "take over" the class). I found that my classmates as well as other students in the school were engaged and dedicated--not just to the classes, but to learning about the city. If I could return this approaching winter, I would in a heartbeat.
Matthew LeClere: I studied at IMAC from October 2017 to December 2017 in one of their intensive Spanish Language programs and wow! Really it was a amazing experience and gave me a super solid foundation/boost in the Spanish language! Now my Spanish is far fom perfect but because of what I gained from them I was able to communicate much more easily with my friends who speak limited English!
Lyle Brown: I studied here two different times for about one or two weeks each time. My experience was great. I met people from all over the world studying Spanish here. It was a lot of fun and it is so great to go to a Spanish speaking country to learn Spanish. Immersing yourself 100% really helps.I stayed farther out of town and took the light rail or a taxi into the city. It was fun and I really enjoyed the experience of living in the city for a bit.My only concern for going again would be the general lack of good restrooms (both at IMAC and in Guadalajara.) They have a lot of English students as well and the restrooms can be a real problem. But overall I was very happy with the experience and one day will return.
sulaiman Aloraini: Great school and they advantage is that they have English and Spanish courses so you could practise your language with local speakersTeachers’ quality is great as well
Kade MacNeille: Great place to learn Spanish! I am a Spanish Teacher in the U.S. and I like to take time once in a while to brush up on my Spanish by immersing myself in the culture and language once more. First off, I have to say that I had a terrific teacher, Corinna, who was very intelligent and attentive. It is also good to note that the school doubles as a Spanish and English school, so part of the experience is participating with the locals in various activities as they practice their English while you practice Spanish. It was blast! The host families are also very friendly and accomodating (all meals included). Overall, for the great price and wonderful experience I wouldn't hesitate to visit again!
Werner Schueller: completely dysfunctional operation. overpriced. poor quality of facilities and teachers.

5. University of Guadalajara - Guadalajara

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Address: Av Juárez 976, Col Americana, Americana, 44100 Guadalajara, Jal., Mexico

Telephone: +52 33 3134 2222

Business type: Public university

University of Guadalajara: what do users think?
Víctor Muro: La poderosa Universidad de Guadalajara
Fer RP: Edificio con arquitectura espectacular dentro de Guadalajara con una excelente ubicación.
NOE MARTINEZ: El edificio cuenta con el principal órgano de gobierno de la universidad y las oficinas que le dependen se agrupan de forma coordinada para otorgar un servicio a su comunidad y al público en general, excelente trato y amabilidad garantizan su visita
diego martin: Requiere algunos arreglos.
Alan Martinez: Hermosa iconoclasta, te reciben con un extintor
Céfiro Chak Chak: It is full of bullies, abuse and cheap bureaucracy
Manuel Antonio Espinosa Sánchez: How beautiful is the central building of my alma mater. It is not easy to reach by car and it is further complicated by the constant repairs in the area that have already blocked the underground parking lot of the Expiatorio and it is not possible to enter through Enrique Díaz de León.Have a coffee in the cafeteria across the street on Av. Vallarta and enjoy a while to the beat of the traffic 😃
Patricia Medina: 👀👩‍🏫💜#
Marcela Mendez Cervantes: Excellent attention
Souls Parawhore Padró: yes 👍
alejandro guga: Nice
Francisco Rodríguez: Terrible service from the operators, he was asked if a payment could be made a day later and in a curt manner "nothing can be done" And he hung up, they do not help you solve anything, the truth is that the servers are in bad taste in their offices.
Héctor Uribe: Hfh
Fernanda Rivera: lousy!!! For three days I called and they never answered me so why do they have a contact phone number then? And the day I went they were buying peanuts and gummies if they take care of their work just like they take care of their mouths there would be no serious problem that unconscious people should better evaluate their staff
christian x: Very good
Maiky Ventura: very good very lit
Veronica Morales Hermosillo: Un Maravilla mi alma mater
Arturo Santillan: Cada vez mejor, ya que han renovado sus instalaciones
Tere Perez: Súper mi 2da casa
Rabinovich Moon: Excellent!

6. Guadalajara Country Club - Guadalajara

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Address: Mar Caribe 260, Country Club, 44610 Guadalajara, Jal., Mexico

Schedule: Open until 00:00

Telephone: +52 33 3817 2858

Business type: Country club

Guadalajara Country Club: what do users think?
Laura Aquino: Deluxe. Comiendo con amigas de toda la vida!
Daniel Davalos Galvez: Fantástico lugar
De Gustando: Excelentes instalaciones, atención y servicios
Pablo Fletcher Sotomayor: Fabuloso.
Mr. Soto: ❤️
Ceci: Bonitas instalaciones.
Guadalupe Jauregui Ruelas: Very nice place
Rodrigo Martinez: Very good golf course
María Alejandra Torres: spectacular gardens
Carlos HMercado: unbeatable as always
Lino Daniel Carrillo: 5 star place
Oswaldo Martinez: Restaurant without POS
Issac Ramírez: Excellent service and good food
Leticia Altamirano: The terrace is very nice, the food is very good.Good service and live music!
Lance Lage: Great show event, met lots of new friends and looking forward to competing again there soon!
Víctor Orozco: Excellent facilities
Maria Alejandra Garcia: Wonderful, and the best thing is that it is in the city
Aldo Vazquez: Excelente servicio
FRANCISCO LOPEZ: Muy agradable experiencia
Maria Partida: By invitation we went to eat, the restaurant was very busy and had good service, although for my taste the dishes left a lot to be desired......a tortilla soup that was pure packaged imitation of short, nothing to do with other times, I think that food is something that should be taken care of because of the "prestige" of the Club.
Jose Adrian: The best

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