Complementary courses are aimed to those students who take intensive courses and wish to widen their daily studies according to their interests and specific needs.
They begin every Monday (except if it is a public holiday) and we offer several levels in each of them.
These courses consist of 10 classes (45 minutes long) per week through Monday to Friday. The schedule is usually between 13.45 and 16.00.
The groups are composed of a minimum of 1 student and a maximum of 8, with an average of 2 or 3 students per class.
This course can be combined freely with the intensive course. It is intended to improve oral skills through informal chats, about real topics, between teachers and students. Games and fun activities will be used in order to strengthen weak areas that students may have. In addition to putting into practice grammatical constructions learnt in class, participants will learn expressions, idiomatic sayings and specific colloquial terminology.
This course may be combined with the intensive course. The course’s aim is to correct common errors, with the pronunciation of the language, which can arise among students of Spanish. It will revise the letters of the alphabet and their phonetics and it will also examine with detail the most problematic sounds and specific intonation of Spanish language.
This course can be combined freely with the intensive course. It is designed for those who need to know specific Spanish terminology of business world. It covers different areas related to the corporate environment, such as: banks, Human Resources etc. This knowledge will be achieved through different activities which will prepare the student for the proper use of Spanish within working life.
This course can be combined freely with the intensive course. It covers the main and most representative Spanish and Latin American authors and their literary styles, through reading, detailed analyses and commentaries about their most significant works. This curricula will introduce the students to a better comprehension of the great reichness of Spanish literature.
This course can be freely combined with the intensive course. It is aimed to students that need to learn the specific language of the tourism industry in Spain. It covers specific vocabulary and will put into practice typical situations found within the tourism sector. It will also include information about the most distinguished tourist regions of Spain: sites, festivals, gastronomy, etc.
This course can be freely combined with the intensive course. It deals with the main works in Spanish cinematography, its most prolific directors and international actors/actresses. Films are shown followed by analysis and interviews by students. Therefore, we will also study the sociocultural context of the time in which the film is set.
This course can be combined freely with the intensive course. In this course, students will study the most prominent dates and eras of contemporary Spanish history, including the 2nd Republic, the end of Franco's Dictatorship, the Transition to Democracy, the Movida (1980s), the various democratic governments (UCD, PSOE, PP etc.) until the present day. We will use original documents and radio recordings for this course. In the Advance level, ancient Spanish history will be studied: from its origins until the first half of XIX century.
This course can be freely combined with the intensive course. It comprises the study of the specific features that shape the identity of Spain. It covers an array of content: from aspects of daily life, to well-known historical events, famous Hispanics and artistic representations.
Let's go to Almàssera to participate in the traditional evening paella cooking contest.. and to cook the best paella!
... a cavity open to the sea, situated within the marine reserve of San Antoni Cape (Javea/Denia)
Let's go to spend the whole day in entire nature, only 20 km away from the center of Valencia.
Dive in and experience the marvellous bays which are waiting for us on the coast of Alicante!
If you like to hike then this trip will be perfect for you!
Traditions and fun invade the streets of the Ruzafa district in Valencia. The Carnival of Ruzafa is back.
We will go to Castellon to witness the first day of the big celebration of the Magdalena
Valencia's main festival Fallas: mascletàs, fireworks, traditiional parades, offering of flowers to the Virgin, visits to the Fallas monuments...
Do you want to have an unforgettable day? Than join us in a game of paintball!
Let's go on a trip to Santa Maria de la Valldigna's Monastery and to Gandía: Borgia's bastion
Learn how to cook a Valencian paella... in a traditional house, outdoors, surrounded by orange trees and with a swimming pool.
Let's go to participate in the Moros y Cristianos parade in Almenara!
The celebration of Vendimia de Requena (grape harvest) is the oldest festival in Spain as well as one of the biggest.
Let's go to visit Teruel, Albarracín and their important Mudejar-style artistic heritage.
If you have a passion for hiking, this is your activity. Si te apasiona el senderismo ¡ésta es tu actividad!