Each of our schools has a unique flavour but all of our centres share a common goal: to provide our students with the highest standards in teaching Spanish to foreigners. These are some of the international organisations that certify the quality of our schools:
The Cervantes Institute is the most important organisation dedicated to the teaching of Spanish. All accredited schools must pass rigorous quality control inspections in which schools must demonstrate the following:
- A comfortable environment for teaching that meets all legal requirements.
- Effective methods and contemporary teaching resources.
- Qualified and experienced teachers.
- A coherent curriculum of study.
- Class sizes that facilitate student participation and progress.
- Transparent and realistic prices that reflect the reality of the student experience.
The Swedish Student Finance Board (CSN) is the government agency that manages Swedish student finance, i.e. scholarships and student loans, it also manages driver’s licence loans and home equipment loans.
FEDELE is the Spanish Federation of Associations of Spanish Schools for Foreigners, made up of seven associations, which in total include a total of one hundred Spanish schools which teach Spanish as a foreign language.
For the last 20 years, FEDELE’s main objective has been to promote the quality and professional status of companies in the Spanish teaching sector in Spain with a common.
SIELE is the International Service for the Evaluation of the Spanish Language that electronically certif panish language for students and professionals.
It is promoted by the Cervantes Institute, the National Autonomous University of Mexico, the University of Salamanca and the University of Buenos Aires. These institutions guarantee quality standards and good practice with regards to the creation of tests and the use of diverse linguistic varieties in the Hispanic world.
Bildungsurlaub is a quality accreditation issued by the German federal states, it relates to training and education. Employees working in Germany are entitled to take one or two weeks of paid leave per year for training purposes at an accredited Bildungsurlaub school. This is part of your annual training allowance and does not use up vacation days. Bildungsurlaub-accredited schools must teach courses and offer high-quality accommodation.
Erasmus + is the educational program of the European Commission.
WYSE Work Abroad Association
This association brings together companies that actively participate in the organisation or promotion of work programs abroad. It sets high quality standards for its members and works with governments to promote programs focussed on working abroad.
IALC International Association of Language Centres partner agency
This association brings together more than 80 independent language schools with the same quality standards. These are subject to regular inspections.
EAQUALS Excellence in Language Education
This pan-European association brings together all service providers related to language teaching with the aim of guaranteeing the quality of the services offered.
ALTO Association of Language Travel Organisations
With members in more than 30 countries on 5 continents, ALTO brings together organisations which specialise in language travel that work in accordance with its demanding quality charter.