DELE Examination Preparation Course:
We have a 95% pass rate!
|Learning in small groups
About the course:
The most prestigious and most widely internationally recognized examinations in Spanish as a Foreign Language are the DELE examinations – ‘Diploma de Espanol como Lengua Extranjera’. These exams run at 6 levels – "A1", "A2", "B1", "B2", "C1" and "C2". With a pass rate of 95%
, our DELE Examination Preparation Course will give you the best preperation possible for these exams!
We will advise you as regards the appropriate exam for your level of Spanish. – A student who is a complete beginner would need to attend an Intensive Course (20 lessons/week) of a minimum of 8 weeks, followed by a 4-week DELE Examination Preparation Course in order to stand a good chance of passing the DELE ‘A1’ Exam. Depending on your level of Spanish and on which of the DELE exams you wish to take, you may, or may not need to attend an Intensive Spanish Course at our school before starting the DELE Examination Preparation Course. Please contact us if you have any questions regarding which examination is appropriate for your level of Spanish.
The DELE course takes place in the mornings or afternoons, Monday to Friday, 4 lessons per day. Start dates for the DELE Examination Preparation Course and dates for the DELE exams are given below.
|Days of the week:
||Monday to Friday
|Lessons per week:
|Lessons per day:
|Maximum in class:
||10 (average: 5)
09.00 – 12.40 or 15.00 – 18.40 (Break included)
08.30 – 12.10 or 12.30 – 16.10 or 16.30 – 20.10 (Break included)
*Mondays one hour later
||29th April (for the exam on 24th May)
29th July (for the exam on 23rd August)
28th October (for the exam on 22nd November)
||2, 3 or 4 weeks
||Students buy their own books.
||2013 bank holidays:
January: 1, March: 29, April: 1, May: 1 & 20, June: 24, August: 15, September: 11 & 24, November: 1, December: 6, 25 & 26
The school will be closed on these days. Lessons lost on these days will not be made up.
DELE Examination fees are not included. These are set by the Instituto Cervantes and may change:
Should there be less than 5 students of the same level to form a group, we reserve the right to offer a reduced number of lessons.
Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have regarding our courses.
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