Learn two languages

Bilingual Programme

Learn Spanish and French | A1 – B1 | Full-Time

Our Bilingual programme is designed to enable our students to become ‘global citizens’ brinding together a wide range of expertise to explore the cultural complexities, diversity, communities, values an in-depth understanding of Francophone and Hispanic different cultures.

Our enjoyable Bilingual programme with qualified teachers will help deal with real life situations and tackle DELE/DELF exams by learning in a practical way. Students will develop key skills and knowledge in: reading, writing, listening and speaking, pronunciation, vocabulary, grammar, intercultural awareness, communication skills and study skills.

Students do not require any prior knowledge of Spanish or French to start. They will receive comprehensive language skillset which are beneficial to the world in any career path nationally and internationally or long-term learning goals. 


  • Provide students with a comprehensive understanding and appreciation of the cultural complexities, diversity, communities, and values of Francophone and Hispanic cultures.
  • Prepare students for success on the DELE & DELF examinations, which are globally recognized and respected by institutions, educational authorities, and the business community.
  • Foster the development of key language skills, including reading, writing, listening, and speaking, to ensure students are proficient in both Spanish and French.


Credential Awarded:



100% online live classes


39 weeks (9 1/2 months)

Course Code:


Sample Schedule:

Mon to Fri – 9:00am to 12:30pm


Beginner a1

Language of instruction:

French & Spanish


17+ years old


january 8, 2024


April 8  •  September 9

international EXAM PREPARATION

The DELE and DELF Diplomas hold global recognition, respected by institutions, educational authorities, and the business community. Students receive exam preparation courses each term and may if required take the DELE & DELF examinations to achieve their university applications, career goals, and long-term learning objectives. 

What skills will I practise and develop?

  • An in-depth intercultural understanding including specific knowledge of other cultures, allied to the ability to navigate and mediate between more than one culture.
  • The ability to communicate at an intermediate level B1 in writing and speech, in English, French and Spanish.
  • Working to deadlines and priorities, managing a range of tasks at the same time.
  • Creativity and innovative thinking.

Your application

We aim to carefully choose candidates who demonstrate a strong drive and enthusiasm for language acquisition, inter-cultural exploration, and a genuine dedication to honing their language skills to an intermediate level.

Course structure

International Students:

Domestic Students:

  • Passes in any two (2) units CAPE or GCE A-level subjects, OR Minimum of three (3) CSEC (CXC)/GCE O’Level subjects, inclusive of English A and mathematics, Grades 1,2,3* or A,B,C.
  • Digital passport sized photo of the applicant 
  • Copy of the applicant’s national ID card or passport
  • Complete PDF application form and email to infocsltt@gmail.com
  • The academic year is divided into two semesters of 13 weeks each. Each term consists of a period of teaching, revision/directed learning and assessment.
  • All CSL terms cover the contents of the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) of the Council of Europe, DELE Exams by the Instituto Cervantes and DELF Exams by the French Ministry of Education. This allows our students to have a full understanding of where they are in relation to all major international standards.

Term I:  A1 Beginner

Our CEFR level A1 students can understand and use familiar everyday expressions and phrases in a limited & familiar topics. They can interact simply with native speakers as long as the other person speaks slowly and clearly.

Term II: A2 Pre-Intermediate

Our CEFR level A2 is sufficient for tourism in a Spanish/French speaking country and socializing with native speakers, although it allows for networking with colleagues but in a limited & familiar topics. 

Term III: B1 Intermediate

Our CEFR level B1 would be sufficient for interactions with native speakers on familiar topics. In the workplace, people at a B1 level are able to read simple reports on familiar topics and write emails on subjects in their field. 

Assessments typically fall into six broad categories:

  1. Individual & group presentations,
  2. Language portfolios,
  3. Project projects
  4. Written exams,
  5. Coursework
  6. Independent/Collaborative study: This may include preparation for lessons, completion of assessment tasks, or revision.

On successful completion of the programme (Term I, Term II, Term III), participants will receive a Certificate of Completion and Transcript awarded by the CSL. In order to get a Pass, students must obtain at least 60% of the overall grade.

Certificates of Completion and Transcripts are prerequisites for the next higher level and will be considered as such for a period of one (1) year. After a year has elapsed, students may have to take a placement test to move forward.

Listed prices are valid for applications received between January 1, 2023 and December 31, 2023.

Compulsory Fees (per Term) | NON-REFUNDABLE 

  • Registration Fee: US$44 | TT$250
  • Late Registration Fee: US$35 | TT$200 (if applicable)
  • Administrative Fee: US$15 | TT$60
  • Student Service Fee: US$50 | TT$180
  • Course Materials: TBA
  • Centre Fee for DELE exams: TBA
  • Centre Fee for DELF exams: TBA


Tuition Fees:

  • International Students: US$ 750 monthly
  • Domestic Students: TT$ 4,600 monthly 
== NOTE: Tuition fees do not include academic materials, the external examinations, supplies, fees for supplementary exams and repeats, etc.
Students will have the option to pay a percentage upfront, while the remaining balance will be broken down into manageable monthly installments. Students can pay fees using one (1) of the following methods:  
  1. Direct bank deposit
  2. Wire Transfer
  3. Certified Managers Cheques
  4. Electronic Bank transfer 
Note: The School will not be responsible for transfer of money in wrong account. Please double check the details before sending. Please ensure you include your name and student number on all cheques, drafts or money orders.