Malaca Instituto unveils 2010 plans for Spanish language courses in Malaga

21 June 2009

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Malaca Instituto has already unveiled some of its 2010 plans for Spanish language courses in Malaga, which include more start dates for two popular courses. From January 2010, all non-beginners will be able to start the Intensive and Super Intensive courses on any Monday, instead of every two weeks. Malaca Instituto also plans some new Spanish courses for 2010. Spanish for Teachers is a one- or two-week course combining advanced Spanish with methodology for non-native teachers of Spanish and is perfect for Comenius funding. Selectividad - Science side is being introduced to complement the well-established Humanities-side Selectividad programme for students wanting to study at a Spanish university and will allow non-EU students to enter business management undergraduate degrees. Finally, Spanish for Academic Purposes is a new eight-week academic study skills course that will suit students about to enter university at either undergraduate or post-graduate-level.

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