LANGUAGE — DAYS CLASSES
Do you want to learn French or English quickly? If you want to brush up on your language skills for work, study or leisure, opt for Lemania College’s intensive classes tailored to your needs.
In today’s world, speaking more than one language is a real asset.
So whether you’re a beginner or a more advanced speaker, our English and French classes are the perfect way to progress quickly.
Our intensive language courses are based on the systematic practice of the following four skills:
- Listening comprehension
- Written comprehension
- Oral expression
- Written expression
Our teachers are native English or French speakers, but from different countries in order to familiarise students with different accents and help them learn English and French more quickly. Our campus also boasts all the facilities of a modern languages school.
Students must be at least 15 years of age, There is no upper age limit.
You will take a test before lessons begin to determine your current language level, to make sure you progress well in French and/or English.
Our language courses are based on an interdisciplinary approach: we are committed to improving your technical abilities, in addition to your listening, comprehension and expression (active) skills, both orally and in writing.
Our approach combines traditional teaching materials (textbooks, exercises and repetition) with interactive resources (video, computer and practical role-playing). We thus offer a complete range of resources designed to meet your specific needs and develop your independence more quickly.
Our French and English courses are benchmarked against European language levels. We give you regular opportunities to test your progress in class and/or obtain official diplomas (DELF/BULATS), according to your professional, academic or other needs.
We offer intensive French and/or English classes.
You can opt to learn at two different paces:
- 25 periods per week (mornings), Monday to Friday.
- 35 periods per week (mornings and afternoons), Monday to Friday.
Morning classes take place between 8:20 a.m. and 12:00 noon.
Afternoon classes take place between 1:10 p.m. and 2:30 p.m.
Our lessons align with the European framework, from levels A1 to C1.
Non-beginners can begin lessons throughout the year.
If you are a beginner, please download the timetable.
A certificate will be awarded to anyone that has completed at least three weeks of classes.
Use your language skills at work, or take further courses in French or English (depending on your level).
We can also prepare students for the following examinations and diplomas:
BULATS = Business Language Testing Services A language ability testing scheme with six ability levels. BULATS certificates are issued jointly by Cambridge and Alliance Française, Goethe Institut and University of Salamanca.
DALF, DELF = Diplôme élémentaire de langue Française (Elementary French Language Diploma): DELF I, units 1 – 4, and DELF II units 5 – 6
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