1 week +
20 lessons of General Spanish + 10 individual Business Spanish lessons
Timetable of General Spanish lessons: from Monday to Friday, classes normally take place from 09.30 to 13.30, with a 20-minute break taken halfway through the morning
Levels: from elementary to advanced
The average number of students per group is 3 to 4, with a maximum of just 8.
The course includes a programme of cultural and social activities that take place in the afternoons and evenings.
On the first day of the course, if you have any prior knowledge of Spanish you have both an oral and a written entry test so that your level can be ascertained and you can be placed in the most appropriate group. The test normally takes around 40-60 minutes (depending on your level).
At the end of your course, you will be given a certificate, which indicates the number of hours you have studied with us and the level of ability you have reached.
At the end of our intensive Spanish courses, we offer all our students the chance to take the Cambridge BULATS exam FREE of charge.
The Spanish BULATS test has been developed and is delivered by Cambridge English Language Assessment and the University of Salamanca (Spain). Results are linked to the Council of Europe's Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), the standard benchmark used internationally to describe language ability. BULATS (the Business Language Testing Service) is a system of tests that assesses the communication skills needed for real business situations.
Our Business Spanish courses are designed to help students who need to use their Spanish in a working environment.
The aim of these courses is therefore to help improve your level of competence in many typical work-related activities such as participating in meetings, using the telephone for business, negotiating and selling, making presentations, etc.
The course will introduce you to a wide range of business vocabulary and give you an insight into the sort of cultural differences that you may encounter while doing business in Mexico.