General French + conversation 15 lessons per week
Qualifications: DELF (Diplôme d' Études en Langue Française) DALF (Diplome Approfondi de Langue Francaise), TCF (French Knowledge Test), DNGIN - Diplôme national de guide interprète national
Levels: Beginner, Elementary - Level A1, Pre-Intermediate - Level A2, Intermediate - Level B1, Upper Intermediate - Level B2, Advanced - Level C1, Proficient - Level C2
French language course - all levels: from Beginners to C2 with extras, grammar and conversation.
Transfer from and/or to the airport
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Via Muraccio 61a, Ascona, Switzerland
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Number of classrooms: 6
Average nº of student per classroom: 8
Minimum student age: 3
Level test on first day:
Distance from the airport: 43 km.
Closest airport: Lugano Airport
Year school opened: 1992
School opening times: 8:00 - 21:00
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•Glossa Ltd offers a large variety of courses and programmes which will facilitate the integration of the participant into the job market or increase the participant’s linguistic knowledge in accordance with his or her own professional demands, be they cultural, generic, or specific. Moreover, the school tries to create moments of intercultural exchange, to give lessons on the history of the literature and art of each and every language being learned, and to enrich the understanding of different cultures and mentalities, approaching non
•homogeneous customs and traditions. The school proposes linguistic courses depending on the formation or requirements of the participants. In fact, courses are organized involving various sectors of the job market. Moreover, the school is equipped with a structure that permits it to impart lessons for any type of demand, whether it be individually or in a group. The philosophy of learning and teaching at Glossa School is reflected in this metaphor: "Teachers are those who use themselves as bridges over which they invite their students to cross; then, having facilitated their passage, happily collapse, encouraging them to build their own bridges."