Preparation for SIELE official Spanish exam
This course focuses on developing all four language skills in Spanish and is ideal for individuals who can dedicate sufficient time to attend Spanish language lessons. It is designed for those looking to enhance their Spanish proficiency and prepare for the Siele Spanish language test. The Siele test is administered online and is an international exam for assessing Spanish language proficiency. It is recognized by the Cervantes Institute and numerous prestigious universities. If you are ready to build the comprehensive skills needed to excel in the Siele test, this course is perfect for achieving your objectives. The course spans a maximum of 8 weeks and includes 20 weekly hours of general Spanish plus 5 private lessons for Siele test preparation.
This course includes:
- Spanish Language Proficiency Assessment Test upon Arrival.
- Comprehensive Study Materials Package
- 24/7 Emergency Phone
- Free Consultations by School Staff
- Course Completion Certificate
- Free Use of School Facilities and Services
- Three Weekly Free School Activities
- Assistance with Spanish Language Test Registration
- Welcome Tour of Valenciais
Certificate of attendance upon completion
Individuals will receive a completion certificate indicating the number of hours completed and the proficiency level achieved in the Spanish language, following the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. To obtain a course completion certificate, it is essential to attend 80% of the course lessons.
Applying for the Spanish student visa
Please note that, in order to apply for a student visa, it is a requirement to enroll in an intensive Spanish course with a minimum of 20 hours per week for a duration of no less than 6 months.
Españolé School stands as one of the finest Spanish language learning institutions in Valencia, known for its exceptional location and design. Situated in the heart of the city within a meticulously restored historic palace, the school retains the charm of its historical past. Inside, Españolé features remnants of the ancient Arab walls that surrounded Valencia in the 11th century, including a part of Puerta de la Culebra.