My name is Miriam, and I’ll be studying at the University of Valencia from September 2014 to June 2015 with the Erasmus programme. In Germany, I am currently studying English and Spanish to become a trainee teacher; when in Valencia I’ll focus on Spanish (Filología Española). Before I start my studies in Valencia, I have to register with the University of Valencia International Relations Office to receive my student identity card. Lectures will start on September 15.
What does Erasmus have to do with Route 66 Idiomas?
Route 66 Idiomas is the only language school in Valencia which offers Spanish not only as a daily intensive course, but also as a long-term course with classes just twice a week. This means that Erasmus students can take a language course that suits their timetable. So, if you want your Erasmus stay to give you lots of great experiences and a new language for your CV, a Spanish language course at Route 66 Idiomas is the ideal solution. Moreover, Route 66 offers activities to all its students, which makes it easy to get to know people outside the University.
Route 66 language school is in the centre of Valencia, right next to the Plaza del Ayuntamiento. This means that a language class can easily be combined with other activities in the city (such as shopping 😀 ).
The school is easy to reach by public transport: take the metro to Colón station or catch one of the many buses which stop in the Plaza del Ayuntamiento; from there, it’s only a few minutes’ walk to Route 66.
Are you interested in doing a Spanish course at Route 66? For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or drop by the office during your next visit to the city centre. Route 66 Idiomas opens Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 8:15 p.m.