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Spanish Courses Lincoln
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Spanish Courses in Lincoln for Individuals and Business

Are you living in Lincoln and interested in the Spanish Courses? UK language project provide some of the best courses to learn Spanish. We offer flexible private tutoring lessons from our expert tutors. 

We also provide a business language training service for businesses and their employees. Click on the link to our page for more information. 

Info on our Spanish Courses

  • Course content: Entirely bespoke.  
  • Start date: When you’re ready. 
  • Lesson times: Negotiable between you and your tutor.   
  • Location/Venue: Anywhere in Lincoln. You Decide.
  • Lesson frequency: Flexible (1 or 2 lessons a week recommended).   
  • Lesson length: 1.5 hours or 2 hours. 
  • Length of course: Based on learning abilities. (Subject to minimum booking).

 

“Found us the perfect trainer who was very capable and personable”

Sarah Preston (Siemens)

Benefits of our Spanish Courses

  • Simple, secure payment
  • Finding a tutor
  • Learn fast

Simple, secure payment 

Once you have decided which one of our courses you would like to take, give us a call to pay for a block of hours. We accept all major credit and debit cards. Safe and secure. We also offer a money back guarantee if you’re not satisfied with the outcome, so there is no real risk. 

Finding a tutor 

Once you are ready to begin your course, we will connect you up with one of our magnificent tutors who will teach you for the duration of the course. From our large network of teachers, we will find some who is local to you and best suited to your learning abilities.

Learn fast 

Our tutors are very experienced with techniques that will have you learning quickly and effectively. You will be focusing on topics and areas you need to focus on. And you can ask all the questions you want.


“You may encounter small defeats on your journey to Spanish success, but don’t let them bother you. Push on!”

Ed O’Neill – Academic Director