Spanish for Business Course in Murcia
Spanish course for business in Murcia
Our elementary level Spanish for Business course is just what you need! In this course you will learn the vocabulary and expressions you need to communicate successfully in business situations, from making presentations to negotiating contracts. Our teachers will guide you through the learning process using a communicative and practical methodology.
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Spanish is one of the most widely used languages in the business world and more and more international companies are looking for employees with Spanish language skills. It is the second most spoken language in the world and is the mother tongue of around 500 million people.
In addition, Spanish-speaking countries such as Spain, Mexico, Argentina and Colombia are emerging markets with great economic potential. Therefore, learning Spanish for business is a great investment in your career and will open many doors in the global business world.
Even if you use Spanish for business purposes, it is not just business Spanish terminology that is needed, but a wide variety of vocabulary that allows you to act reciprocally in every situation, from business meetings to a dinner in a restaurant to close a deal.
At our school you can practise your communication skills with a group and then focus on specific topics related to your work in individual Spanish classes.
Lessons focus on preparing for business presentations with native speakers, improving pronunciation, learning business words related to finance, as well as improving your general level of Spanish.
Our teachers know that people thrive when they learn a language contextually, so they know they must go beyond general grammar exercises.
How many hours of classes are there per day?
A combination of group lessons and individual tuition is ideal in these cases. In total there are 6 lessons per day.
This Business Spanish course is based on the Intensive 20 course, where you will have 4 lessons on general Spanish language topics in the morning in a small group of students, and then you will have two individual lessons of specific Business Spanish in the afternoon.
How much does this course cost?
The course costs €580 for one week and €550 for each extra week.
Don’t forget that there is a one-off registration fee of €39 for any of our courses, regardless of the course(s) you take with us, and a cost of €37 for a book pack (course book and exercise book).
The price of the course does not include the specific Spanish for business books that will be recommended by your Spanish teacher (price approx. €25).
What level of Spanish do you need to do this course?
It is said that to learn to run you must first learn to walk, so we recommend that you have at least A2 level to be able to do this course.
The course is designed for students with an elementary to advanced level of Spanish. We recommend that you already have some knowledge of grammar and vocabulary in order to get the most out of the course.
Our syllabus is designed to achieve rigorous language objectives, from A2 to C2. The recommended programme consists of 30 hours per week over 8 weeks. Book now!
What does the Spanish for Business course include?
There is a wide range of Spanish courses available on the market. All of them can help you improve your Spanish skills. However, business Spanish is a specialised part of Spanish focused on the corporate language that is used more and more frequently in the business world.
Our course includes vocabulary and phrases used in business and professional environments, business writing, presentations, opinions, negotiation, describing graphs and charts, as well as conducting and participating in meetings.
There are also aspects of business Spanish related to teamwork, business travel, building relationships and preparing for a job interview.
What is the methodology of this course?
We combine content-based and project-based classes, where you will learn mainly through speaking and writing. This practical approach will allow you to get more involved with Spanish.
All our classes are conducted in small groups so the pace of learning is quite fast. We use the ‘communicative’ method of language teaching and encourage students to develop conversational skills and self-confidence, rather than asking them to recite verb conjugations from memory or spend hours silently reading texts.
It is important to highlight the interactive methodology and the simulations of business situations that we offer you in the course, as it will help you to apply what you have learnt in real situations. Our teachers regularly participate in workshops and training sessions to keep up to date with the latest methods and technologies in Spanish language teaching.
What are the objectives of this course?
The main objective is to help you acquire the skills and knowledge necessary to communicate effectively in Spanish-speaking business environments.
The specific objectives of this Spanish for Business course include:
- develop the ability to introduce oneself and greet others
- ask and answer basic questions
- describe products and services
- make reservations and place orders
- handle communication situations in commercial settings
In addition, the course focuses on the development of reading, writing, listening and speaking skills in a business context.
Does the course include work experience?
No, the course focuses on language teaching and the skills needed for the workplace, but we are afraid it does not include work placements.
Why is it important to learn Spanish for business?
More than 572 million people in the world speak Spanish (7.8% of the world’s population), making it the second most spoken language after Chinese. The Cervantes Institute predicts that this figure will reach 754 million by the year 2100.
With these figures, it is clear that Spanish will soon undoubtedly become the main foreign language in schools, universities and the business world.
So learning business Spanish is not just important, it is vital, because Spanish is one of the most widely spoken languages in the world, and more and more companies are establishing business relationships with Spanish-speaking countries.
Knowing how to communicate effectively in Spanish allows companies to expand their market potential, improve their competitiveness and create opportunities for growth in new markets.
Business Spanish skills are vital to getting ahead in your career. If your goal is to work effectively in an international environment, improving your vocabulary and knowledge of business Spanish is a must. It will open many doors and bring new career opportunities.
It is also part of the skill set for the international business community, especially for links with the whole of Latin America and increasingly with the United States, where it is the second language spoken and the main foreign language studied.
What are the benefits of studying Spanish for business?
Are you looking to take your career to the international level? If your answer is yes, then you need to learn Spanish for business.
Mastering the basics of Spanish gives you a valuable tool for commerce and cultural connection. It is the official language of 21 countries. But it is by no means a “foreign” language. More people speak Spanish in the United States than in Spain.
Here are some important benefits:
- Spanish is the second most common language
- Communicating in Spanish gives you a competitive edge
- Speaking Spanish can strengthen business relations
- Spanish skills can give you an edge in your job search
- Spanish is relatively easy to learn
- Fluency in Spanish could increase your salary
- Consider the emergence of Latin America
- The expansion of the Spanish language outside traditional markets is remarkable.
- Enriches cultural understanding
Frequently Asked Questions
This Spanish for Business course is based on the Intensive 20 course, where you will have 4 lessons on general Spanish language topics in the morning in a small group of students, and then you will have two individual lessons of specific Spanish for Business in the afternoon.
No, the course focuses on language teaching and the skills needed for the workplace, but does not include work placements.