The Common European Framework is a system around which schools of language structure their courses.
We use it and most other Spanish-language schools do as well.
Having a common frame of reference makes it relatively painless for students to transfer among schools.
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DELE Spanish Diplomas
DELE Spanish Diplomas are official titles certifying degrees of competence and mastery of the Spanish language, granted by Spain's Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport.
The DELE is a series of tests, one for each level (A1, A2, B1, B2 and so forth) within the Common European
The Instituto Cervantes organizes examination sessions, while the Universidad de Salamanca in Spain designs the exams and is in charge of corrections and the final evaluation of all exams.
Whether you need a DELE diploma depends on your goals. If you intend to become a Spanish language instructor, the answer is yes. You will also need it for certain jobs in government, industry and private organizations.
For most of our students DELE Diplomas are unnecessary. When you receive a Certificate of Accomplishment from the Carranza Academy of Languages we are certifying that can speak, understand, read and write Spanish at the level of achievement. We are confident that you will in fact be comfortable doing those things.
For that reason, we do not issue certificates of attendance or completion or good behavior. We award certificates because the student has mastered the material and is ready to go out into the world at the particular level of mastery.
We can help you prepare for the DELE exams. Most of our professors are certified by the Instituto Cervantes to provide coaching instruction to help students prepare for the DELE.
For more information about DELE coaching send us the form below.
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If you have any questions about DELE or COMMON EUROPEAN FRAMEWORK, please contact us.