The Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) is a framework worldwide recognized used to describe the stagest to follow to obtain the mastery of a language. Each of the six levels comprises a wide range of skills and abilities. The levels are detailed below:
|A1||Basic||100 - 120 hours|
|A2||Pre Intermediate||100 - 120 hours|
|B1||Intermediate I||100 - 120 hours|
|B2||Upper Intermediate I||100 - 120 hours|
|C1||Advanced||100 - 120 hours|
|C1||Upgrade (Conversación av.)||100 - 120 hours|
Each level can be done regularly or intensively according to preference.
Regular Courses: 3 hours per week (2 classes a week of 1 hour and 1/2 per class) = 10 months (Per level)
Intensive Course: 6 hours per week (3 classes a week of 2 hours each class) = 5 months (Per level)
Super Intensive Course: 10 hours per week (5 classes per week 2 hours each class) = 3 months (Per level)
Certificados: At the end of each level, the student will be given an attendance certificate.