Class Levels and Assessment

The International School of Languages is proud to structure its courses into 6 different levels which follow the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), a framework devised by the Council of Europe to reflect linguistic standards for learning all European languages.

 

Click on main levels below to see the descriptions:

Spanish Beginner Level (A1)

Beginner 1

Beginner 1

Beginner 1.2

Beginner 1.3

Beginner 2

Beginner 2

Beginner 2.2

Beginner 2.3

Beginner 3

Beginner 3

Beginner 3.2

Beginner 3.3

High Beginner Level (A2)

High Beginner 1

High Beginner 1

High Beginner 1.2

High Beginner 1.3

High Beginner 2

High Beginner 2

High Beginner 2.1

High Beginner 2.2

High Beginner 3

High Beginner 3

High Beginner 3.2

High Beginner 3.3

Intermediate Level (B1)

Intermediate 1

Intermediate 1

Intermediate 1.2

Intermediate 1.3

Intermediate 2

Intermediate 2

Intermediate 2.2

Intermediate 2.3

Intermediate 3

Intermediate 3

Intermediate 3.2

Intermediate 3.3

High Intermediate Level (B2)

High intermediate 1

High Intermediate 1

High Intermediate 1.2

High Intermediate 1.3

High Intermediate 2

High Intermediate 2 

High Intermediate 2 .2

High Intermediate 2 .3

High Intermediate 3

High Intermediate 3

High Intermediate 3.2

High Intermediate 3.3

Advanced Level (C1)

ADVANCED:
– Advanced 1 (ADV-1)
– Advanced 2 (ADV-2)
– Advanced 3 (ADV-3)

Fluency Level (C2)

FLUENCY
– Fluency 1 (FLU-1)
– Fluency 2 (FLU-2)
– Fluency 3 (FLU-3)

 

Click this link (pdf) for a quick self-assessment that helps you figure out what class level might be best for you.

ISL classes matched with CEFR assessment grid