Language courses in Majorca
Majorca is thelargest island of the Balearic Islands and is known for its beautiful beaches and coves. Besides the famous nightlife there are many idyllic villages and secluded beaches to explore on the island. In addition it’s the perfect place for water sports enthusiasts and nature lovers. The old town of Palma is crisscrossed with narrow streets. There are numerous restaurants and cafes as well as shops to stroll around and enjoy. A visit to the majestic Cathedral of Palma is a must. What could be better than learning Spanish in the relaxed atmosphere of the holiday paradise Majorca?
The intensive group Spanish courses consist of 4 hours tuition per day, from Monday to Friday. Classes normally take place from 09.30 to 13.30, with a twenty-minute break for coffee taken halfway through the morning.
During July and August, some intensive courses may be scheduled to take place in the afternoons-evenings, from 16.00 to 20.00. If you attend afternoon classes, you will be able to attend a special social programme of visits and activities that takes place in the mornings. Course book included in price
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.
The Intensive language course includes 20 hours of lessons per week (Mon-Fri) and an additional 10 hours individual course (one to one). Lessons take place in small groups of 10 students. At the end of the course you will receive a certificate.
Information about school
The school is located in the heart of the old town of Palma de Majorca in a large, elegant building on the opposite side of the town hall.
The school has twenty air-conditioned classrooms as well as offices and common rooms equipped withcomputers that students can use in their free time.
Courses start every Monday with the exceptions of complete beginners – usually only on the first week of the month.