Courses will consist of oral, listening, reading and writing activities.
We have adopted the language levels of the 'Common European Framework of Reference for Languages' (CEF). This means that wherever in the EU you go to study languages or to work, institutions and employers will immediately understand what level you are.
If you require assistance in choosing your level please contact us.
Depending on the language and level you are studying, each class is made up of oral, listening, reading and writing activities.
We place strong emphasis on developing oral communication skills through group, pair and individual work.
Cultural elements are introduced in each course by examining topics such as local traditions, literature and festivities.
The maximum number of students on a class is 16
Each course will consist of one class a week (unless stated otherwise). Most classes will last for two hours with a short break in the middle.
Teachers set a certain amount of work to be completed in your spare time before the next class. Whilst this is not obligatory obviously you will get more out of your course if you do additional study at home. We therefore greatly encourage students to do their homework.
This article was published on Apr 12, 2013