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Cuzco - DELE
1 language school in Cuzco offering DELE courses from
for a 4 week Spanish course.

These Spanish language courses are tailored to prepare you for the DELE exam.

Overall rating of listed schools in Cuzco:
4.8/5.0 (4 reviews)
School Size:
Lessons per week: 30

Location: Language School

Type of Pathway Programme: Universal, non-specific to area of study

Course Content:

100%Spanish language lessons

Max. students per class: 10
Required language level: Beginner (A1) - No previous knowledge required
Starting dates: Every Monday

Comments:
At AMAUTA we will help you prepare for this important exam. AMAUTA is not an official DELE center, however, when you take part in our Spanish and DELE preparation course we can assist your registration, or you can register online personally.
To take the DELE examination you must enroll 4 or more weeks in advance. The test can be completed in Lima, Buenos Aires or a number of other locations worldwide. During the course in Cusco, we ensure that you are well prepared for the exam.

General facts about English for Speakers of Other Languages / ESOL by Pitman

The test English for Speakers of another Language / ESOL by Pitman is less recognized, but it can be taken at random dates at your school. We would like to advise you to have a look at the other english language exams which are accredited much more. The ESOL by Pitmann test is offered in the following variations:

Examination fees

Fees vary depending on the examination centre.

Level

Preliminary (A1 Breakthrough)
Access (A2 Waystage)
Achiever (B1 Threshold)
Expert (C1 Effective Operational Proficiency)
Mastery C2 Mastery
Based on Common European Framework: A1 - C2

Examination dates

Dates vary depending on the examination centre

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