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Thursday, December 7, 2006 (read 822 times)
 

Announcing a new don Quijote course designed for the busy professional

by Erin

We have good don Quijote news! The web pages describing don Quijote's new Executive Premium Spanish course are up, and inscriptions are rolling in.

If you have a pressing professional reason to learn Spanish, this course may be the right choice for you:

The course was designed for students motivated to learn as much Spanish as possible in a limited time, and for professionals and business people eager to learn vocabulary and expressions specific to their field of work or study.

While other don Quijote courses guarantee classes of no more than 8 students, this accelerated intensive program takes place in mini-groups of 1-4 students. All that the student learns in the mini-group classes is later reinforced in (optional) accompanying one-to-one classes. The Executive Premium programme offer 4 distinct course options, with 0, 5, 10 or 15 hours of one-to-one classes, in addition to the group classes.

The course is customisable, on request, to the industry or field of study of interest to the student. All classrooms and the accommodation offered in the new Executive Accommodation programme include WIFI or ADSL, to allow professional students to stay in touch with their business while studying with us, and at the Super Immersion and Super Intensive levels, the course will include a daily lunch with the teacher.

Executive Premium courses will be offered starting in January of 2007 in Barcelona, Madrid, Tenerife and Salamanca.

Executive Premium is the latest addition to the Spanish for Professional series of courses offered at don Quijote. Other courses include Spanish for Teachers of Spanish, Medical Spanish in Guanajuato, Mexico, Intensive Spanish for Tourism, and Intensive Business Spanish.


Keywords: work,vocabulary,tenerife,study,students,spanish,spain,salamanca,madrid,learn,guanajuato

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