Spanish level test
On the first day of class, students are given a talk about the programme they will be studying, and have to take a level test. Once the test has been corrected, they are incorporated into the group. Students may change levels during the first few days or afterwards, if the student has made more progress than the rest of the group.
At least once a month, a test is given in class to evaluate the student's progress.
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.
|Superior||Diploma de español C2|
|Advanced||Diploma de español C1|
|Upper-intermediate||Diploma de español B2|
|Intermediate||Diploma de español B1|
|Pre-intermediate||Diploma de español A2|
|Beginners||Diploma de español A1|