Register now for our spring term (May 4- June 27, 2020)!
- Small class size – max. 12 students
- Native-speaking & experienced instructors
- Affordable tuition – $360 per class
- 4 terms per year – each 10 weeks long
- Convenient downtown location
This class focuses on the most commonly encountered situations in the medical field at a beginner’s basic level. These include the family clinic, the emergency room, family planning, hospital admissions, asking and answering questions about symptoms, and handling typical basic documentation procedures. These situations are presented and practiced in a systematic and entertaining fashion with dialogues, interviews, and social chats. Vocabulary and grammar relative to these common situations are presented and practiced throughout the program. Each lesson ends with a bilingual practice interview which integrates all learned vocabulary and grammar on that day. Enroll now!
Register now for our spring term (May 4- June 27, 2020)!
|2020 Term:||Session Dates:||Registration Deadline:|
|Winter||Jan. 13-Mar. 21, 2020||Monday, Jan. 6, 2020|
|Spring||May 4-Jun. 27, 2020||Monday, Apr. 27, 2020|
|Summer||Jul. 13-Sep. 18, 2020||Monday, Jul. 6, 2020|
|Fall||Sep. 28-Dec. 12, 2020||Monday, Sep. 21, 2020|
Textbook: Manual for Painless Medical Spanish by Ana Malinow Rajkovic, M.D., $27
Curriculum: Lessons 1-12, complete handbook
Offered on: Saturdays: 10 am – 12:30 pm. Enroll now!
$360 for a 10-week (8-week for Spring 2020) one level class per student, $720 for a 10-week (8-week for Spring 2020) accelerated class (not available for all languages or levels) per student. Au-Pairs can receive a 10% discount on tuition with proof of their status. Enroll now!
May be purchased at the time of registration or at the Institute before or on the first day of class. Prices are subject to change at any time. Once received by the student, books and other materials are the property of the student and are non-refundable. Tax exempt organizations or individuals need to provide proof of sales tax exemption before being charged. No retroactive refunds of sales tax.
Regarding placement, we recommend that you go to our self-evaluation guide
on our website. Kindly read through each description of each level. If you feel that you are able to fulfill all the tasks described in one level, then move on to the next level and so on, until you reach a description of tasks that you are unable to fulfill. That would correspond to the level of classes in which you should enroll. If, once enrolled, you should not feel comfortable at that level, you can transfer to another level, availability permitting. We do not offer placement tests.
Regular group classes meet once weekly in the evening (6:15-8:45 pm but 6:00-9:00 pm for Spring 2020) or on Saturday mornings (10 am-12:30 pm but 10 am-1 pm for Spring 2020) for 10 weeks (but 8 weeks for Spring 2020). Accelerated group classes, if offered for the language and level, meet twice weekly in the evening (6:15-8:45 pm but 6-9 pm for Spring 2020). Each session is 2.5 hours (but 3 hours for Spring 2020).
All classes are held at Rhode Island Ave NW, Suite 100, Washington, DC 20036
or online via Zoom for Spring 2020 term. We are within walking distance from the Metro's Dupont Circle (South exit) and Farragut North stations. Parking garages are close by and parking on the street is available after 6:30 pm.
Minimum 3, maximum 12 students. We recommend signing up
as early as possible so we can adequately plan for all classes. If the minimum enrollment of at least 3 students per class is not met, we will have to cancel that class after the registration deadline has passed. In case of a cancellation, students will be given the opportunity to change classes, postpone their enrollment or request a full refund.
Our program requires each student to participate in weekly quizzes, which will be graded, based on a “Pass” or “Fail” system. There will be a final quiz that will measure the sum of the instructional objectives for the course. Grades are verbally communicated to students at the end of each class/course, and are marked on the attendance/performance sheet. Students must have completed and passed at least 70% of the quizzes to move to the next level.
It is important for students to attend every class meeting. It is also important that they arrive on time for class. We cover a lot of material in each class. The instructor cannot repeat material for students who are absent or come late. Students will be marked absent when they do not come to class. Missed group classes may only be made up if the same level is being offered on another day and the class is not at full capacity. Students who arrive 15 minutes after the advertised starting time will be marked late. For every 3 times that the student is marked as late, it will count as a missed hour. If we notice that a student’s attendance is in danger of falling below 70%, we will issue an attendance report to the student.
Per request, we can issue certificates of completion after the term has ended. The certificate can be ordered at the front desk. In order to be eligible to receive a certificate or pass to the next level, you are required to attend a minimum of 70% of the classes and have a “Passing” grade. We will need a couple of days in order to verify your attendance and passing grade before issuing the certificate.
ILI’s foreign language group programs are accredited by ACCET (Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training), and we also offer 2.5 Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) per every successfully completed course, 5.0 for the accelerated courses. Upon request, our Certificates of Completion can include the CEU’s earned per semester.
No refunds are issued for any reason after the registration deadline for the term (see Schedule above). Missed group classes may only be made up if the same level is being offered on another day and the class is not at full capacity.
The International Language Institute reserves the right to cancel any class if deemed necessary. Prior to commencement of class, students will be given a full refund. In the event of cancellation after the commencement of class, the pro-rata portion of the unexpended tuition will be refunded. The prorated amount of refundable monies will be determined by the ratio of classes completed to the total number of classes in the scheduled program. The International Language Institute reserves the right to assign substitute instructors whenever necessary.
Classes are cancelled in accordance with federal government closures for the entire
day due to inclement weather. Please check public announcements on radio, TV and the internet; or call ILI at (202) 362-2505. Closures are also posted on our Facebook
page at https://www.facebook.com/ILIinDC
. We rarely follow early dismissals. ILI is closed for the following holidays: Martin Luther King Day, Presidents' Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Year's Day. Group classes will not meet on these holidays and the missed class(es) will be made up at the end of the term.
Please contact our Foreign Language Coordinator, Jane Edwards
, at (202) 686-5610 ext. 105 or at email@example.com