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Follow an intensive language course this summer

19 May 2021

Want to get into the international spirit this summer? Spend your time usefully and follow an intensive summer language course at the Language Centre! For a period of two or three weeks, you will be completely immersed in the language. We offer courses in English, Spanish, German, Arabic and Japanese.

The virtual classroom

How is the course structured?

An intensive language course lasts two weeks, during which you have lessons four days a week. Each lesson lasts two hours and fifteen minutes. You will also spend about 15 hours a week on independent study.

The Spanish Conversation courses are slightly different; they last three weeks, and you have a 90-minutes class two days a week. You will also spend about six hours a week on independent study.

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English - start date 28 June & 9 August: levels B1/B2>B2, B2>B2/C1 and B2/C1>C1
Spanish - start date 28 June: level 0>A1, start date 9 August: Conversation A2, start date 10 August: Conversation B1
German - start date 9 August: level A2>A2/B1
Arabic - start date 28 June: level 0>pre A1, start date 9 August: level pre A1>A1
Japanese - start date 28 June: level 0>A1
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