• 4xWeek Course: 4 hours a week, 2 days a week
  • 6xWeek Course:  6 hours a week, 3 days a week
  • Lesson: 2 hours (120 minutes)
  • 3 – 10 students per class *
  • Different time and group availability (contact us)
  • All levels (A1-C2)
  • Minimum duration 1 month
Do you work or study in Valencia and wish to improve or become proficient in Spanish but do not have much time? The 4xWeek and 6xWeek Spanish Courses are extensive Spanish courses of 4 or 6 hours a week. They are designed for people who, because they work or study, only have 2 or 3 days a week for language acquisition.
  • Registration fee
  • Level test or free trial class
  • Teaching materials
  • 2-3 free weekly sociocultural activities
  • Access to the library and multimedia library
  • Internet access (WIFI) in all the school
  • Attendance certificate upon completion
  • A 15-minute tutoring session per week
  • ** If the minimum number of students per group is not reached, one or two students can have daily classes of 60 minutes in the same group until the required minimum number is reached for a 120-minute class. If you do not like this option, you can put your classes on hold.
  • The duration of one lesson is 60 minutes. Daily sessions last 120 minutes.
  • The minimum age to enrol in this course is 18 years.
  • In case of absence, lessons not received can only be recovered in case of 7-day prior notification or a justified medical cause. 
  • In the event of an unjustified delay of more than 20 minutes, the school reserves the right to cancel the class, in which case it cannot be recovered.
Our Spanish courses are adapted to the Common European Framework of Reference for Foreign Languages (CEFR) and to the Cervantes Institute Curriculum, which means that we have 6 different levels of Spanish, ranging from A1 to C2.


  • Introduce yourself and meet other people.
  • Talk about the weather, people, objects, places or general situations.
  • Express your tastes and hobbies.
  • Talk about your plans and obligations.


  • Describe and report past experiences and events.
  • Give instructions on how to do something.
  • Use formal language and give advice.
  • Talk about the future.


  • Talk about experiences, anecdotes, stories and past events.
  • Express your wishes and feelings.
  • Hypothesise.
  • Express and justify your opinions.


  • Participate in debates.
  • Report other people´s words.
  • Express real and unreal conditions.
  • Talk about tastes, personal experiences and make descriptions in more depth.


  • Express yourself fluently, spontaneously and effectively in social, academic or professional contexts.
  • Make jokes and use double meaning or irony.
  • Be able to understand a great variety of discourses: literature, films, academic articles, television, etc.
  • Make a clear, fluid and well-structured speech with a controlled use of discourse markers, connectors and cohesive devices.


  • Take part in any conversation or debate effortlessly.
  • Be able to easily understand practically everything you hear or read.
  • Use idioms, set phrases and colloquial expressions.
  • Express yourself fluently and convey nuances accurately.
  • Learn how to get around communication traps.
  • *** If you wish to get further details of the contents of each level, you can download the original edition of the CEFR from the Cervantes Institute website here.

(*) Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: Learning, Teaching, Assessment. Strasbourg: Council of Europe, 2001. MARCO COMÚN EUROPEO DE REFERENCIA PARA LAS LENGUAS: APRENDIZAJE, ENSEÑANZA, EVALUACIÓN