Beginners A1 – Wednesdays, 11.00 – 12.00

From absolute beginners to being just able to say “Where is the bank?”

Pre-Intermediate A2 to B1 – Tuesdays, 15.30 – 16.45 and 18.30 – 1945

After two years of 36 lessons per year. You can ask for directions, explanations, book hotels, etc. You will not know a lot of words but you know how to use a dictionary and find out what you need. You know all the time tenses but still make a lot of mistakes. You can make yourself understood in simple situations.

Intermediate B1 to B2 – Wednesdays, 18.00 – 19.15

After four years of 36 lessons per year. You can have conversations about who you are, what you like and what your job is. You can read most things in English and understand most of what people say to you. You might still not know all the words and make grammatical mistakes but you can be understood.

Upper-intermediate B2 to C1

After six years of 36 lessons per year. You can have a long conversation about all sorts of topics. You don’t make many mistakes now and everyone understands you – as you do them.

Advanced C1

You may have lived for some time in an English-speaking country. You understand everything you hear and can have conversations on difficult subjects. You are close to native speaker level.

Proficiency C2

University standard English and native-speaker standard.