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New Location for TALK Miami/Fort Lauderdale

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In Fort Lauderdale

Look at the new building!


On February 1, 2012, TALK Miami/Fort Lauderdale will have a new home – directly across University Drive from our current center at Nova Southeastern University (NSU).


Pretty, eh?

Our move comes from a desire to give students and teachers a more spacious and modern facility.  The new TALK Center will have bigger, brighter classrooms and student meeting areas, brand-new furniture and equipment and free Wi-Fi.  Our new building is within the Fort Lauderdale Education and Research complex which includes NSU, Broward College, Florida Atlantic University and Barry University.


Palm Tree Living

Our students will continue to enjoy easy access to NSU’s public facilities and amenities including state-of-the-art library, new recreational complex and fitness center, heated swimming pool, food court/cafeteria and performing arts center.  Students will be able to stay at on-campus residence based on room availability.


The beautiful Fort Lauderdale Beach

Our new Miami/Fort Lauderdale center is within walking distance to public transportation, campus buses, cafes, restaurants, book stores and shops.  It is located at: 3501 S. University Drive, Suite 3, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33328.



Take advantage of our new, modern and spacious location by booking now!



Romina Raffo is our Marketing Coordinator.   Romina loves painting, dancing, and decorating her new apartment.  She also loves anything with a Parisian theme and dreams of seeing the Eiffel Tower someday.  She can be reached at marketing@talk.edu.

Born in Zimbabwe, and living between Cape Town and the U.S.A. and love both places equally, my interests are books - memoirs, travelogues, mysteries - African art, history, nice design concepts, writing and current affairs. I am curious about this wonderful global village of ours and roadtrips are my favorite form of travel. Causes: rural artists in Africa, and rhinos.
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