Did you know that finding people with a C1 in English is quite rare? And there are still fewer who have reached C2. So let’s roll up our sleeves! You will soon join that lucky group. Upon reaching these more advanced levels, you may want to take the CAE exam or Proficiency. If this is the case, we recommend that you enter the Cambridge exams section. If you are learning for the pleasure of mastering English, for professional reasons or with personal goals, you will find information about C1 or C2 English courses in this section.
What kind of teacher will you have?
Your teacher will be an English speaker, will be quite culturally aware, and will have done extra teacher training. Every good teacher for levels C1 and C2 of English needs special training. You will be assigned a teacher with a Cambridge CELTA of DELTA degree, this latter being the most advanced level of English training. You may also have a Cambridge examiner as your teacher. At these levels, you must acquire the most advanced skills in English, learning specialized vocabulary, handling ‘phrasal verbs’ and being familiar with expressions used in all styles and registers: informal, formal, journalistic, slang, etc. It is only possible to achieve all this with a true professional.
What classmates will you have and what will happen in class?
Your classmates will have had to pass the specific tests for the C1 and C2 English levels. These tests are strict and, at least in CLIC, we do not let anyone access advanced levels of English if they have not really passed them. The groups range between 8 and 12 students who are at the same level. The ultimate goal of the course is to make the definitive leap in learning English. Classes will focus on learning complex vocabulary and using elaborate language phrasing. Therefore, a lot of time will be devoted to elaborating precise language related to current issues, such as environment, economy, employment, politics, etc. As for reading, you will be required to understand and comment on very complex in-depth articles or texts. Most likely, you also have to work outside of class time. Are you ready? Check it out here.
Are you ready to take a C1 or C2 English course? Hold on! There is a first step that you cannot skip.
An indispensable step before starting an English course for advanced levels, C1 and C2, is to take a specific level test. Only once this test is completed can we offer you an extensive or intensive course. Not only is the English level test free, but it also requires no commitment. To take the level test, you will have to reserve it, and you will also have to set aside a minimum of 30 or 40 minutes to do it. You can choose the time and day that suits you best: Book it here.
If you still have doubts about which course to choose, call us! Or if you prefer, you can stop by the school. We will be happy to answer your questions. Check our schedules for days and times to take the C1 and C2 courses in English. If you are looking for an official Cambridge CAE or Proficiency exam, we suggest you go directly to this link: Cambridge exam preparation.
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234€ (3 Payments)
- Free conversation classes
- Flexible schedule
- For all ages
- Groups ranging from 8 to 12 people
- Specialized vocabulary, phrasal verbs, expressions used in different registers…
- Methodology of 100% in English in the classroom
What our students say
A very good and modern school with excellent facilities and teachers. A success that we all had the same level so we were moving at a great pace. I studied in France for 3 months and this has been the step I needed to strengthen my level of French.
I have loved the course, not only for the way of giving classes, but for their patience and good humor when it comes to teaching. I will continue next year without a doubt. Merci CLICK!