Route 66 Idiomas Language School will soon be working with Valencia Polytechnic University (UPV) as part of a project to improve workers’ English language skills.
The EU-funded CoMoViWo Project involves a number of educational institutions across Europe. The project aims to develop methods to teach the language skills needed in intercultural work places where people from different linguistic and cultural backgrounds use English as a common language. The project also has a strong focus on the use of virtual and mobile communications.
Route 66 is delighted to be partnering UPV, which is leading the review and research stage of the project. UPV is known for its successful research programmes, working jointly with national and international organizations and companies. Its productive collaborations with businesses have contributed to the economic, social and cultural development of Spanish and Valencian society.