With the cold and wet start to May, the summer seems very distant. And with end-of-year exams coming up for many of you, it might not be easy to think about what you’re doing in July!
But if you want to give your English a big push this summer, enrolment (matrícula) for our summer intensive courses starts on Monday, May 7th. Click here for dates, timetables and conditions, and here to go straight to matrícula online. Or download our summer course flyer in English (pdf).
The courses are very intensive, 20 hours per week, either in the mornings or afternoons. The primary focus is on oral communication to help you speak and listen effectively and with more confidence, so you will be taking part in many enjoyable activities.
Another great way to learn is by using English every day for several months while you
study. Yes, we’re talking about the Erasmus programme. CSIM is now organising the level tests which you need to do as part of your grant (beca) application process for the academic year 2013-2014. Check matrícula online for dates of the next Erasmus exams.
Although 2013-2014 seems a long way away, if you want to apply for an Erasmus grant, it’s a good idea to get your level tested before the summer so that you still have time to take an annual course 2012-2013 and improve your level if you need to.
On the general subject of time, here’s a nice little quote to finish today’s post:
“Yesterday is history. Tomorrow is a mystery. Today is a gift. That’s why it’s called the present!”
Does anyone know where it comes from? Enjoy your day!