IGCSE / GCSE / AS / AL / IB / DSE / SIELE : These exams are held by the University of Cambridge International Examinations (CIE), which is the world’s largest provider of international qualifications for 14–19 year old students. Besides, the AS test also serves as proof of Spanish level for the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE)
DELE: The Diplomas de Español como Lengua Extranjera , issued by the Instituto Cervantes on behalf of the Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports, are official qualifications proving different levels of competence in the Spanish language.
SAT: This exam is a general test of verbal and quantitative reasoning accepted for U. S. college admissions. The test is required for admission to undergraduate programs of most US universities. Taking the Spanish Subject Test is a great way to highlight your knowledge of Spanish and demonstrate your interest in the Spanish language during the college-admission process. Plus, it could give you a head start in college by allowing you to fulfill basic language competency requirements or place out of introductory-level Spanish courses.
Year 1: Foundation programme. Suitable for total beginner students. Develop skills with a more extended range of vocabulary, structures and expressions in more contexts. Students will manage simple topics related with daily habits.
Year 2: The students will get more fluency and be able to express their self in present and past tenses, use a higher amount of structures and vocabulary in more and complex situations and will get more fluent interacting with more topics.
Year 3: The students will master and get an important linguistic independence at the end of this level with more advanced tenses, vocabulary and will increase his/her ability for writing, speaking, reading and listening for many different contexts and get a higher fluency in advanced topics.
Year 4: This year is focused in preparing students to take the any exams. Students' language skills will be increased and reinforced with a thourough practice, giving them the chance to master some of the most important structures in Spanish.
Year 5: At the end of this stage students will get the highest degree in Spanish linguistics with a remarkable independence and fluency in all kinds of advanced topics plus an extended knowledge in Spanish and Latin American literature, history and society.
Students who complete Stage 5 are eligible to take the IGCSE/GCSE exam.