Adult Spanish Classes in Glasgow

Although our main term of classes started in September it may be possible to join higher level groups depending on the class level and availability - please contact the office for further details.

  • Summer Spanish Courses (w/c 4th July)

  • General English semi-intensive courses (4th July - 27th July)
  • • For complete beginners, elementary and pre-intermediate levels
  • • Attendance: twice a week (2.5 hours per class) - Tuesday and Thursday evenings
  • • Course Duration: 4 weeks (20 hours)
  • • Course description: : These are general Spanish courses combining an integrated skills approach - speaking, listening, writing and reading - with vocabulary, pronunciation and grammar based activities
  • Holiday / Survival Spanish course: (4th July - 13th July)
  • • For complete beginners.
  • • Attendance: Twice a week, 2.5 hours per class - Tuesday and Thursday evenings
  • • Course duration: 2 weeks (10 hours)
  • • Course description: This course is intended for people who want to learn the basic phrases and vocabulary, focusing on the functional and practical language encountered in everyday situations.
  • Autumn Term: September - December 2017

  • • General Spanish classes: complete beginners - advanced level
  • • Attendance: once a week (2.5 hours per class) - Monday - Thursday evenings (6.00pm-8.30pm) and Saturday mornings (10.00am-12.30pm)
  • • Course Duration: weekdays: 15 weeks, Saturday mornings: 14 weeks
  • • Course description: : These are general Spanish courses combining an integrated skills approach - speaking, listening, writing and reading - with vocabulary, pronunciation and grammar based activities

Studying Spanish at Lorca Glasgow:

Class sizes are kept to a maximum of 14 students in order to guarantee plenty of the teacher's attention. All our classes are taught by fully qualified tutors thus ensuring authentic and modern use of the language.

Please note that the "complete immersion" method is used at Lorca Spanish which means that even at beginner level classes are conducted in Spanish.

Students are encouraged to use the language from day one and teachers will only occasionally use English for the purposes of clarification (usually in lower level classes). However, they will not be expected to translate everything from Spanish to English. Research has shown that complete immersion in the language leads to more effective and quicker learning and is the preferred learning method of most language schools and self-study programmes.