English Courses


Basic description

CESAG develops an accessible offer of English courses based on two premises: to enable the student to acquire the B2 level in this language and to prepare for the British Council level exams.

Key strengths

Open courses
to the general public

Do you need a B2 level in English or do you want to sit an official exam? At CESAG we help you achieve this with courses open to the general public (not just university students).

Small groups

Our courses are designed for small groups composed of 4 to 15 students.

We prepare for official exams

We offer intensive courses for official exams, such as, the British Council’s APTIS tests.

Current Courses

November 17, 2023

Last day for enrolment:
November 10, 2023

February 2, 2024

Last day for enrolment:
January 26, 2024

July 15, 2024

Last day for enrolment:
July 8, 2024

July 15, 2024

Last day for enrolment:
July 8, 2024

Would you like more information?

Contact Caty Ribas

What is APTIS?

The APTIS test is a language assessment tool developed by the British Council to determine a candidate’s level of English, i.e. A1, A2, B1, B2 or C. The exam consists of five sections (speaking, listening, grammar and vocabulary, writing and reading comprehension). It is computer-based and it is taken on a single day.

On May 2, 2014, the Department of Education of the Balearic Islands Government recognised the validity of this qualification to enable teachers to teach a non-linguistic subject in English.See resolution on recognised foreign language proficiency certificates

Frequent Asked Questions (FAQ) about APTIS

1.- How long does the exam last?

The exam lasts a maximum of 4 hours.

2.- How many parts does it have?

The test has five parts: speaking, grammar and vocabulary, reading, listening and writing. The maximum lenght or each exam are as follows:

Speaking: 12 min
Grammar and Vocabulary (Core): 25 min
Reading: 35 min
Listening: 40 min
Writing: 50 min

3- When will I get the results?

You will receive the results by email within a week.

4- What do I need to bring on the day of the exam?

All you need to bring is your valid ID card or passport.

5- How is a computer-based oral examination conducted?

You will be provided with a microphone to record your voice. Before the test starts, you will have to take a sound test, so you should arrive 30 minutes before the exam starts. You will see some questions or situations on the computer screen and you will have to answer them in a time determined by a timer. Once you have answered each question, you cannot go back and change your answer.

6- Are there exam preparation materials?

You can practice the test by clicking on the following links:


Videos and access to website

7- How many times can I take the exam?

A candidate can take as many calls as they want until they achieve the desired level since each call is independent of the previous one.

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