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COURSES:

General quarterly:

Course Level Requirements Type Hours Certification
A1 A1 No prior knowledge required Quarterly 60 hours

3 per week

IUNIT A1

 

General semesters:

Course Level Requirements Type Hours  Certification
A2 A2.1 and A2.2 A1 Semiannual 120 hours

3 per week

IUNIT A2
B1 B1.1 and B1.2 A2 Semiannual 120 hours

3 per week

IUNIT B1
B2 B2.1 and B2.2 B1 Semiannual 120 hours

3 per week

IUNIT B2

 

 

General annual courses:

Course Level Requirements Type Hours Certification
A1–A2–B1 A1,A2,B1 No prior knowledge required Annual 300 hours

10 per week

IUNIT B1
B1 - B2 B1, B2 A2 Annual 300 hours

10 per week

IUNIT B2
B2–C1 C1.1 B1 Annual 300 hours

10 per week

IUNIT C1

 

Specific courses:

  • Economic-International English.

 

GENERAL CONDITIONS

  • Personalized small groups in the Face-to-face modality: 5 – 10 students.
  • In the Online modality: Groups of 5 – 10 students.
  • Supply of teaching material.
  • IUNIT Digital Campus.

 

 

 

The English courses are aimed at students who seek to learn English in an effective, fast and fun way. The program also offers complete training to obtain the Oxford certificate, which can be done at our facilities at the end of the course.

    This exam consists of four parts:

  • Speak (speaking).
  • Listen (listening).
  • Reading.
  • Writing.

This test is not suspended, but the level of each participant is always certified – for the moment levels A2, B1, B2 and C1. In this video we can see an example of how an exam is developed:

 

English courses / Teaching guides.

A1 level course (Teaching guide).

COURSE  A1
Oral expression and interaction
  • At the end of the course, the student will be able to use common vocabulary and expressions to describe topics of personal interest (places, habits, work, vacations, health). They will also know how to carry out basic functions, such as exchanging and requesting information, expressing their agreement and disagreement, comparing, expressing their desires and tastes in a simple way, such as buying things, describing situations.
Oral comprehension
  • The student will be able to understand the opinion of others, a chronological story, a telephone conversation, situations in a restaurant, asking for help.
Reading comprehension
  • The student will be able to read simple texts, such as personal letters, emails and discussion forums, advertisements, polls and simple newspaper articles.
Written expression
  • The student will have the necessary language to write a series of simple phrases and sentences on topics of personal interest such as family, work, the workday, travel and art.

A2 level course (Teaching guide).

COURSE  A2
Oral expression and interaction
  • At the end of the course, the student will be able to use common vocabulary and expressions to describe topics of personal interest (places, habits, work, vacations, health). They will also know how to carry out basic functions, such as exchanging and requesting information, expressing their agreement and disagreement, comparing, expressing their desires and tastes in a simple way, such as buying things, describing situations.
Oral comprehension
  • The student will be able to understand the opinion of others, a chronological story, a telephone conversation, situations in a restaurant, asking for help.
Reading comprehension
  • The student will be able to read simple texts, such as personal letters, emails and discussion forums, advertisements, polls and simple newspaper articles.
Written expression
  • The student will have the necessary language to write a series of simple phrases and sentences on topics of personal interest such as family, work, the workday, travel and art.

B1 level course (Teaching guide).

COURSE  B1
Oral expression and interaction
  • At the end of the course, the student will have the necessary language to meet new people, show interest and end conversations; talk about vacations, travel problems, ask for information when traveling; talk about money, go shopping; make plans for the future; talk about work; talk about problems and give advice.
Oral comprehension
  • The student will be able to understand conversations about meeting people; stories and conversations about travel, shopping and spending habits, celebrations, work and problems.
reading expression
  • At the end of the course the student will be able to read personal emails, travel blogs, articles about travel, money, work and problems; job application.
Written expression
  • The student will have the necessary language to write personal emails, a travel blog, invitations and responses, job applications.

B2 level course (Teaching guide).

COURSE  B2
Oral expression and interaction
  • Students will practice oral skills related to areas such as: discussing advantages and disadvantages, responding to ideas, suggestions, and disagreements tactfully, giving and responding to compliments, explaining and checking for understanding, agreeing using question labels, describing photos, and how to finish. conversations.
Oral comprehension
  • The student will practice from a series of texts both on CD and on video. Subject areas that will be practiced include: starting a new job, learning experiences, planning an event, technology, interviewing about sports, life-changing events, and listening to news reports.
Reading comprehension
  • The student will study a variety of text types including: short essays, newspaper articles, web pages, and brochures. Students will practice assimilating information in order to explain content through summaries.
Written expression
  • The student will practice various types of writing, from essays and short articles to blogs and brochures. Model texts will be provided to help students improve.

C1 level course (Teaching guide).

COURSE  C1
Oral expression and interaction
  • At the end of the course, the student will have developed flexible and effective language skills for social and professional purposes, practicing oral strategies relevant to level C1. Subject areas will include: speculating, discussing predictions, advising on a sensitive situation, discussing volunteer work, paraphrasing and summarizing in informal situations, discussing childhood memories, discussing employment conditions, and dealing with a situation without all the facts.
Oral comprehension
  • The course offers a mix of graded and authentic texts with videos to improve listening comprehension, work with colloquial and idiomatic language, and include a variety of accents. Topic areas will include: BBC Interviews, Social Activity Show Monologues, Medical Diagnoses, Bizarre Crimes, Social Media at Work, Unexpected Opportunities.
Reading comprehension
  • Reading of authentic texts to increase awareness of style and register, while building specialized vocabulary and idioms. Topics such as language learning experiences, thrill seekers, survival, false memories, prison life, recruitment and social media, eyewitness reliability will be covered.
Written expression
  • By the end of the course, the student will be able to provide language learning advice, express opinions on a variety of topics, including disagreement and tact, and describe experiences using descriptive language.

 

 

  • Comfortable Classes: All with natural light and air conditioning.

  • Wi-Fi access Free throughout the school.

  • rest areas, with computers for student use.

  • Teachers rooms.

  • Vending machine of drink and food.

  • Coffee shop in the same building as the school.

  • Library.

 

The steps to follow for the admission process are:

1
Admission profile

With no specific profile required, the course is aimed at anyone who wants to improve their English and achieve a recognized official certification in this language.

2
Requirements
  • Non-English speaking students.
  • A level test will be carried out to evaluate each student.
3
Admission request

Attach the following documents to language.school@iunit.edu.es:

  • Copy of the national identity document or passport.
  • Admission request (link to the form).

*IUNIT facilitates scholarships and different payment methods. Request it here.

4
Litigation, Arbitration

Upon receipt of the documentation, from IUNIT, we will contact the student to communicate their acceptance and the steps they must take to complete the registration and enrollment.

5
Registration and registration

Upon receipt of the documentation, from IUNIT, we will contact the student to communicate their acceptance and the steps they must take to complete the registration and enrollment. The department of the School of Languages ​​will communicate the acceptance to the interested party within a period not exceeding 5 days.

To confirm enrollment, it is necessary to complete the following document with the Student's data:

 
Request information and scholarship

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