1) Standard classes: Perhaps the most common, and open to all; from beginners to advanced, for academic purposes, personal or professional.
The course starts from the basic courses, aimed at the development of linguistic skills and communication skills, both in writing and in speech, in reading and in ‘listening and interpretation of the language.as well as the enrichment of vocabulary and improve pronunciation and grammar. Each course is based on the criteria of the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference), recognized in business and academic world.
You can opt for a basic course or an intensive where teaching hours are duplicated.
Standard course: (20 lessons = 15 hours per week) Classes are held in the morning.
Intensive course: (24 = 18 lessons per week) it is integrative to that base, as they are added 4 hours per week with a focus on communication skills.
Super Intensive course: (28 lessons = 21 hours per week) it is integrative to that intensive, as they are added 4 hours per week for 4 different language skills with special attention in pronunciation and in learning new words.
Full immersion course: (40 lessons = 30 hours per week) it is very intense, and for those who want improve in a short time and in any case already a good level.
Individual course: You can choose a number of lessons as you like, unless you’re not a student with a visa permit, in which case you will have to attend a minimum of 15 hours per week.
Intensive course for diploma: (intensive or super) And the course for those who want to go to get higher education in the UK. The rules are the same as the intensive course with an addition of 4 lessons designed specifically to enable communication. The minimum number of weeks to have the diploma and 12.