The objective of our Spanish courses in Valencia is to help you express yourself more fluently in Spanish language.
Students learn how people use the language in real life, how they speak to each other in the street, how they socialize. Students develop skills that they can immediately practise outside the classroom. Our students enjoy studying Spanish language courses in Valencia.
Our Spanish School in Valencia concentrates on all of the fundamental Spanish language learning skills: reading, writing, listening and speaking.
We have Spanish courses in Valencia for different age ranges: adults, teenagers and juniors, and for all levels. Classes are either in the morning or afternoon, in small groups, with each lesson lasting 50 minutes.
Our Spanish courses include: Spanish course chosen, Informative dossier, Classroom material and book, Study tutoring, Use of common rooms, Level test, Free Internet connection, Academic report and Certificate of studies.
All classes are given in Spanish. In general the number of students per class is between 6 and 10 and each lesson lasts for 50 minutes. Since the groups are small in number, the teacher is able to deal with the specific needs of each student on a more personal basis. The Spanish language courses in Valencia, also aim to integrate students into our culture.
Between 20 and 30 lessons per week
50 minutes per lesson
The courses are divided up into 6 different levels: from beginner to advanced levels, based on the Cervantes Institute programme, under the directives of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
No matter what your level of Spanish, you will always find a class that is suitable for you. See description of levels .
Our method combines a traditional grammar approach with a more modern communicative focus. To put it simply, great importance is placed on practising grammar in communicative contexts which reproduce situations you might come across in everyday life.
The classes are based on tasks and planned depending on the students’ needs and different styles of learning.