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With 572 million speakers of Spanish, this is one of the most useful languages you could possibly learn. Spoken in parts of North, Central and South America as well as Europe, learning Spanish is the key to unlocking a whole wealth of culture and adventure.
Being the first ever language taught at UPB, we know a thing or two about teaching Spanish. Here are just some of the specifics you’ll learn at each level:
In A1, you’ll get to grips with introducing yourself; talking about your routine, hobbies and family; learning colours and learning basic Spanish grammar and verb agreement. With such a melodic tone, you’ll also become familiar with the sounds of the Spanish alphabet, and the famous ‘Spanish R’.
At A2 you’ll learn to understand when people talk about themselves, or everyday activities like going to work, or going shopping. You’ll be able to understand the difference between present and past tense, recognising it and using it yourself. A2 encompasses a lot of daily Spanish language, so expect your confidence to grow too!
B1 is the level where you’re pretty much set for any daily small talk or travel conversation you encounter. You’ll be able to use various adjectives and interesting grammatical structures and sentences to have a more developed conversation and to increase your overall level of comprehension, so you’ll be ready to really get to know your flamenco partner.
At B2, we spread our Spanish wings. We look at how Spanish is used across the continents. We look at environmental, social and cultural Spanish, learning about the Amazon, indiginous peoples, Spanish history and much more, all in Spanish, while becoming a fully independent user.
Idiomatic, colloquial and professional are just some of the words that describe C1 level Spanish. At this level you will learn a wide range of idiomatic and colloquial language used throughout the Spanish speaking world, and understand them with ease. You will develop your fluency, and be able to manipulate the language, using longer clauses in a wide range of situations.
At C2 you are completely unstoppable. Your Spanish is so developed that you can read just about any academic paper or work within an environment where only the use of specific Spanish is needed. You can manipulate the language in such a way that, like a native speaker, you’ll also understand the difference between European Spanish and Spanish from the Americas.read more
Each course is developed around our very own material, written and designed by our teachers. You'll also receive full access to UPB Brain Training, so your learning can continue outside of the classroom.
Check our website for all the different courses we offer and find one that suits your level, goals and needs.
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In fun, interactive and creative language lessons our experienced teachers will bring your language skills to the next level!
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Because I work in a department where English skills are very important to communicate with clients, I decided to follow a private intensive English course where I could quickly brush up my English knowledge and bring my writing and speaking skills to a C1 level. I liked most that the team of teacherRead mores immediately understood my needs and they focused on my preferences helping me achieving my goals in no time.Read less
I’m writing to thank you very much for the course you’ve organised for Egor. I was really surprised when, firstly, he agreed to do something like that on holiday, secondly, when after the first day with you he wasn’t incredibly tired as I would have expected, on the contrary, very excited. WheRead moren you asked us to speak only English during the week, I thought, ok, we’ll see! 😊 But, in fact, every time when I being forgetful say something in Russian, Egor says: “I’m sorry, Mum, I don’t understand you!” Moreover, in the evening on Monday he asked me to help him with his homework! What have you done?! 😊 How could you manage?! 😊 He never does his homework at school, maybe, during the break time before the lesson starts if the teacher is strict enough! 😊 I’m really impressed by the teaching skills of you! Thank you very much! It’s very important for me. I’ve wanted to introduce Egor to this kind of studying for a long time. He’s been never interested until now. As I told you, I’ve done a lot of language courses in England. I love it, I miss it very much. I’m happy that Egor seems to like it too. I think that in spite of the fact he’s doing a short course he’s going to have a great breakthrough in his English studies.Read less
I had already a very good English level before I got lessons from the teachers of Una Paloma Blanca, but after following the Business English Program at the language school, I noticed my confidence with the language increased quite a lot, specially when it came to speeches and team presentations. ThRead moreank you very much for all your help!Read less
Speaking is always the most challenging part of any new language, and with Dutch it feels even more difficult for me personally... I just can't gather the courage to try and verbalise sentences, but I am aware it’s maybe the most important part of becoming fluent. That’s what I most appreciate iRead moren our teacher at Una Paloma Blanca - however broken we may speak, she's always encouraging, fun and has a friendly, empathetic way of correcting us. That’s highly important to keep the motivation going and practice even outside the group, in real life.Read less
Being a marketer in a foreign country comes with its own set of challenges. Knowing the local language is not just a plus but a prerequisite. Hence, soon after I arrived in the Netherlands, I started my hunt for a language class. After scouting for days, I stumbled upon Una Paloma Blanca’s creativRead moree website. A couple of email conversations later, I found myself at their Eindhoven facility. I loved the vibe and decided to give it a shot. Soon after, it became a home away from home for me as I formed instant friendships within my group. Their one-of-a-kind learning material (an illustrative book that you would not want to put down) and immersive lessons helped me learn the language quicker than I had anticipated. Furthermore, it aided my understanding of the cultural nuances in the Dutch society that gave me an edge in interviews and formal conversations. I cannot thank my teacher enough (who went above and beyond every time) for her constant motivation and support. To all the fellow expats looking for a fun way to learn Dutch, I say go for it!Read less
Learning a new language is challenging and Dutch is no different. Learning how to speak confidently and have day to day conversations in Dutch as an expat is challenging. During the summer course what I liked the most was that we focused on the message we were trying to convey and how to properly saRead morey it instead of only correcting us. The balance between study material and outside activities makes the course not feel as intensive and actually makes it fun. The teachers also did a good job encouraging us and motivating us into starting conversations. For anyone looking to improve their vocabulary and gain confidence in conversing in Dutch I really recommend Una Paloma Blanca’s summer courses.Read less
Learning Dutch is hard enough, but without the right, dedicated teacher, it would be impossible for someone to learn. I have been studying at Una Paloma Blanca for almost 3 years. I find spoken Dutch the most difficult part, because the Dutch people have a certain accent which is not easy to learn. Read moreHowever, the teachers are so nice at this school and they encourage you to practice every time even if you don't speak perfectly... and basically, this is the whole point of following a Dutch course.... TO LEARN! This is what I always appreciate about my teacher: her teaching style, the way of explaining grammar to me, the empathy that she always shows me (not only to my broken speech). My teacher makes me feel part of this family. It is highly important to have the right teacher for your needs, who knows how to keep you motivated in this process of learning a new language all while integrating into Dutch society. Read less
I love the flexibility of UPB, how supportive the teachers and workers are and how easy they made it to learn a new language. They are helping me a lot with my difficulties learning Dutch and allowing me to communicate with people in fluent Dutch.
As polyglot, learning languages is my main hobby and for that reason I am always looking for the best teachers to boost my language skills! When I moved to my new life in Rotterdam I was so happy to see that there was a language academy just 3 minutes away from my house with all my languages, even Read moreRussian! I made a good decision in trusting Una Paloma Blanca to take my Dutch and Russian to the next level and the results are amazing: Currently I am able to work in Dutch and I can handle conversations in Russian Read less
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