This course is ideal for you
- if you like to learn in groups
- and in addition want to work intensively on your individual Spanish skills with a private tutor
- if you want to do an intensive Spanish course for your “Bildungsurlaub”.*
Course scheme: The course combines 20 group lessons (Spanish Group 20) with 10 private lessons per week. One IIC lesson is 45 minutes.
Classes are Monday to Friday. The group classes are usually on the regular morning schedule from 9:00 h to 12:30 h including a 30-minute break (4 lessons) plus 2 additional private lessons in the afternoon, usually starting at 13:30 h. If there are many different course levels at a time, a group course may take place completely in the afternoon. The school retains the right to determine the timetable of classes.
Class size (morning group course): Mini-group of average 4 students per group (max. 7)
Minimum age: 16 years
Minimum Spanish level: no knowledge requested (absolute Beginner)
Course prices include: registration fee, study material, placement test, certificate of participation; also: refreshment during morning break, free Internet/WiFi at school, city orientation tour, student care.
If there is only 1 student enrolled on a group level in a certain week at a time, the student will work with a private teacher and receive individual lessons instead with a reduction in class hours of 50%. Class times may change to a 5-day morning only schedule (Monday to Friday from 9am to 12:30pm including 30-minute break) or to an afternoon schedule with 3 full hours per day Monday to Friday.
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*This program meets the requirements for the German Bildungsurlaub (educational leave for professionals). Read more here (in German) or contact us for further information.
IIC intensive courses of 1 or 2 weeks are accredited for Bildungsurlaub in the following states in Germany: Hamburg, Berlin, Brandenburg, Niedersachsen, Hessen, Rheinland-Pfalz, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.