Welcome to our English Classes page.
We provide you with the opportunity to improve your English in order to ascent more easily on the professional ladder, in order to study abroad or enjoy films, music and the Internet properly - or just for fun!
Our classes take place year-round and are organised on 6-week modules with two seminaries per week, held in the afternoon (in total, 12 seminaries of 90 minutes each, amounting to 24 academic hours, plus one individual feedback session at the end). Enrolment takes place throughout the year and groups are comprised of 5 to 12 people.
Our groups cover all levels of general English, from A1 to C2 on the Common European Framework. Regardless of the level, the communication during classes takes place in English, providing students with exposure to an Anglophone environment. Find the description of our teaching methods here.
For those who are interested in an international English language certificate in order to immigrate or get a job abroad, we provide preparation courses for exams such as the Cambridge FCE, CAE, CPE , Toefl and IELTS, during which students get familiarised with the exam, improve their English and learn strategies for maximizing their results.
The Cambridge Centre for English Language Assessment offers an extended range of exams and certificates recognised professionally and academically. Millions of people worldwide have taken at least one of these exams, enjoying the recognition of their certificate in over 13,000 universities, companies and state organisms. You are interested in a Cambridge exam if you want to study abroad, improve your chances on the labour market, immigrate or have irrefutable proof of your progress.
IELTS (International English Language Testing System) is the most popular English language exam worldwide, with over 1.5 million candidates each year. The exam tests the four linguistic skills – reading, writing, listening and speaking, the score obtained placing the candidate on the A1 – C2 spectrum.
TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) is an English exam that tests the four linguistic abilities – reading, writing, listening and speaking, the score obtained placing the candidate on the beginner – advanced speaker spectrum. It was created in order to test the candidate’s ability to understand and use English in an academic context and is a preferred admission criterion for American universities. The popularity of this exam is rising, with more and more European universities recognising TEOFL results as proof of the candidates’ linguistic abilities.