Spanish is the third most spoken language in the world and can be used in America, South and Central America and Spain as well as many other parts of the world. Spain is the fourth largest European country in area, after Russia, Ukraine and France and it's culture is alive with food, history and life. South and Central Americas are full of diverse peoples and cultures.
Dance the night away, visit the bull fights, taste a new variety of foods and meet wonderfully alive people. Let the Spanish language touch your life and add adventure and excitement.
What will I learn?
All Spanish courses are designed to develop your competency in reading, writing, speaking and listening.
Courses are delivered by blended learning and can be a combination of:
- online learning with individual tuition,
- regular chats with the Tutor and Student Coordinator,
- homework tasks.
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Where is Spanish spoken?
It is estimated that more than 437 million people speak Spanish as a native language. Spanish is the official language of Spain, and of most Central and South American countries. It is spoken by 38.3 million people in USA and the unofficial language of many other countries. It is the third most spoken language in the world and one of the UN languages.
In travel, culture, trade, cyberspace and sport, the Spanish language is a major player. For students studying towards degrees in areas such as Law, Commerce, Engineering, Diplomacy or Science, the Spanish language can provide a qualification which will enhance their employment opportunities, especially internationally.
What Spanish courses are available?
- a Certificate II in Applied Language,
- a Certificate in Social Proficiency,
- a Certificate in Intermediate Proficiency and
- a Certificate in Vocational Proficiency.
Available both online and in our Centres in Melbourne and Adelaide.
Whatever your capabilities, there is a learning style available to suit you and our course co-coordinators will tailor the course to meet your personal requirements.