17 Apr 2024
- English & Languages
- Aberdeen City Campus
Why take this course?
You have a basic understanding of Spanish, but feel you can’t progress much further without conversation and interaction. This intermediate course is perfect for learners with some knowledge of the language – perhaps those who have completed the beginners level course – that wish to build on their existing vocabulary, spoken and written skills in order to progress to the next level. The course aims to give you the confidence to hold a conversation in Spanish.
What you will experience
This course is still at a basic level, but is the perfect way to brush up on your spoken and written skills and to use your existing knowledge of Spanish to push you to the next level. Students will gain a firm grasp of the Spanish language in a safe, fun learning environment, through conversation and written work. By the end of the course, you should confidently be able to:
- Talk about past events (where you have been on holiday)
- Ask questions (open and closed)
- Talk about your plans or future events
- Talk about the weather
- Describe your daily routines including dates and times, as well as your hobbies and interests
Everything you need to know before booking this course.
This course is not eligible for fee waiver.
Whether you wish to progress in your studies or enter the world of work, North East Scotland College has excellent progression opportunities, with links to eight universities across Scotland and great relationships with industry employers.
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If you are eligible for Remission of Fees then you must complete this booking form and supply the relevant fee waiver documents to one of our Campuses or Centres. Some courses are not eligible for fee waiver applications. For further information please contact our Student Advice Centre.
Aberdeen City Campus
Starts 17 Apr 2024
Duration 10 weeks
Time 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Course Code YENHI-E233A
Completed forms should be signed and returned to us at the following freepost address:
The Student Information & Admissions Manager
North East Scotland College
Aberdeen City Campus
UK AB25 1BN
Part-time Booking Form
Waiver 1 Form
Employer Booking Form
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