Language courses in Granada
Granada is situated in the heart of Andalusia in southern Spain. This university town of about 250,000 inhabitants has a beautiful historic centre. One of the most interesting sights is the world famous Alhambra. The castle is one of the most important buildings from the Moorish period and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Granada offers both a lot of history and a vibrant nightlife. In the lively bars you can eat tapas and experience authentic Spanish lifestyle. A language course in Granada is a great experience at any time of the year.
This program is based on lessons in small groups of 3-10 students. They meet Monday through Friday for 3 hours daily. 9 ability levels will be offered from beginners through advanced courses for perfecting knowledge of Spanish. This course is only offered from January until June and from October until December.
You can decide the schedule and content of the program. Within a short period of time, you will begin to learn Spanish through an individualized course of study in grammar, speaking, listening, reading, writing and vocabulary.
Individual problems and professional interests can be specifically addressed. Flexibility concerning the duration, lessons and topics: general spanish, conversation, grammar, correspondence, translation, etc.
Lessons take place from Monday to Friday in small groups of 3-10 persons.
There are 7 different levels (beginners, advanced, perfection) and the minimum of participation is 2 weeks.
The Intensive language is only available for german participants. The course includes 25 hours of lessons per week (Mon-Fri) and an additional 10 hours. Lessons take place in small groups of 3-10 students. At the end of the course you will receive a certificate. This course is recognized as Bildungsurlaub for german citizien.
Information about school
The school is located in the city centre of Granada.
The school has several spacious classrooms which provide a friendly atmosphere and excellent technical equipment. It’s the perfect place for effective learning. In addition, students can use computers with free internet access and a library with Spanish literature.
Courses start every Monday with the exceptions of complete beginners – usually only on the first week of the month.