In 2010 the British Council in Barcelona and UAO CEU started a partnership which has developed and grown through time. From this collaboration, UAO CEU students can get excellent language training from highly qualified teachers from the British Council.
This agreement not only covers our students’ access to tailored language courses, but it also offers them the chance to officially certify level B2 during their studies. They can fulfil this government requirement by sitting the APTIS test. Our B2 language courses include an APTIS test at the end of the course, which is offered to them at a reduced price.
Do you want to find out what other benefits you have by being a UAO CEU student? Then just keep reading!
The first Business English course has started!
We are very happy to share with you that our first Business English course has now started. This is the first of our specialised courses and it has had great demand. This course will help our students communicate and interact with confidence in work situations, and compete effectively in international markets.
Soon we will be able to tell you more about our specialised courses for next year – stay tuned!
**Free** Conversation Workshop
Do you never get a chance to talk in English? Do you know all the grammar but need to practise your speaking? Easy. Come to the free Conversation Workshop organised by the British Council and Servei de Llengües on Tuesday 27 February at 14.00 – 15.15 in room 1.01.
This free workshop is open to all UAO CEU students and you will get a taste of how we practise speaking skills in our language courses. Our aim is to get you talking!
Sign up for the free Conversation Workshop here: Free conversation workshop. Limited places available!
Did you think that was all? Well, you were wrong! We are launching a new monthly newsletter that will be sent to all English students at UAO CEU. You will receive information on all events taking place at the British Council (c. Amigó, 83) that can help you complement the training you receive at our language courses. Film nights, pronunciation workshops, conversation groups, etc. are open to students enrolled on an English course at UAO CEU.
Future News Worldwide 2018
Are you a journalist in the making and passionate about it? The British Council is looking for 100 candidates to attend Future News Worldwide 2018 at the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh on 5 and 6 July. If you are aged 18-25 and are enrolled on an undergraduate or postgraduate course, you can apply for a place at this two-day intensive media training programme. You will have the chance to hear and learn from the industry’s leaders and attend conferences on the future of media and technology.
Sounds interesting? You can read more about it and apply here.