Gran Canaria School of Languages

Gran Canaria School of Languages
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

Learn Spanish in Spain at Gran Canaria School of Languages.


Spanish Language Program in Gran Canaria, Spain.


Intensive Spanish Courses For All Levels.



Gran Canaria School of Languages


The GRAN CANARIA SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES offers intensive Spanish courses to foreign students since 1964.



Our Spanish courses are offered all year round in six levels and are aimed to adults who are either having their first contact with the Spanish language or to those who wish to improve their knowledge.



Our intensive Spanish courses are given in groups and in private or semiprivate lessons.



Courses in Spanish for specific purposes are also available.


Standard course: each level runs for 4 to 5 weeks (check this calendar).

The student may book the course as of 1 week and for as many weeks as desired.


Beginners (level A1) must start on the first Monday of a month. Beginners with some knowledge can join that level 1 or 2 weeks later.

Other levels or students in Private courses (one-to-one) can start any Monday of the year.


Standard course 2W: this course is for beginners (level A1) and runs for a maximum of two weeks.  Starting date is the third Monday of every month.


The course can be booked for one week only.


Gran Canaria School of Languages offers Intensive Spanish Courses all year round in the 6 levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.


As some months contain 4 weeks and some contain 5, the content of each level is spread into 4 or 5 weeks accordingly.


Below we detail the grammar contents of Levels A1, A2, B1, B2 and C1 and their distribution by weeks.


The distribution of this grammar content as stated on the following tables is flexible and not binding, as it depends on factors such as the number of students in the group, the rate of progress, etc.


Besides the grammar content, the teaching plan of the different levels includes lexical, functional and thematic or cultural contents, always keeping in mind the objectives of the four skills: both oral and written expression and comprehension.