Levels

When deciding on the level to apply for, use the self-evaluation help table based on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.​​

BEGINNERS
This is the course for complete beginners with no previous knowledge of the language or its grammatical structure. It serves as an introduction to the language and covers basic survival skills. By the end of the course (3rd term) students will be able to communicate in a number of practical everyday situations.

LOWER INTERMEDIATE
For students who have some knowledge and practice of the language and wish to extend their range of basic skills. By the end of the course students will be able to communicate on many everyday matters related to the life and culture of the country.

UPPER INTERMEDIATE
For students who have a good basic knowledge of the language. By the end of the course students will be able to converse reasonably fluently with native speakers and discuss personal, social and current issues, using appropriate grammatical structures.

ADVANCED
For those with a good command of the language and its main grammatical structures who wish to hone their conversational skills and perfect their grammar.

Contact us

For more information and assessment please contact Renata Clark.
Renata Clark
Renata Clark Deputy Director