Main language
 Second language


Main language

HTL International School of Hospitality, Tourism and Languages is opened for students all over the world. That's why our main teaching language is English. It is crucial the student is able to understand, read, write and speak English fluently in order to benefit completely from the courses and the internship. There will be discussions, oral presentations, role games and case studies during the classes. The applicants who haven't lived in English speaking countries or didn't attend an English speaking educational institution, must submit their English language level certificate or pass our internal English placement test.

Second language
Nowadays, the tourism industry requires professionals with knowledge of at least two foreign languages. Our program is designed to give you an opportunity to study the most important languages in the tourist sector: English, Spanish, French or Russian.
Our school is Instituto Cervantes examination center, the state institution of Spanish language for Foreigners. Our study plans include the Spanish language preparation module for DELE or SIELE exam of any of 5 offered levels from A1 to C1. The exam will be done directly in one of our schools. All foreign students have to finish a Spanish language module and are eligible to chose another one, once the C1 level is achieved.   

According to the European Frame of Languages we adapt our levels to help students to improve fast and with a firm base.

With a very communicative approach students start talking from day one and evolving towards a successful learning experience.

Our language model aims to be learner-centered. As learners proceed with a lesson, they pay attention to the way language is used. They come to grips with the meaning and increase their general awareness of English. Within this model of studying based on real texts, audiovisuals and situations, the teacher can choose to focus on general grammar and vocabulary (in the same way that these are presented in course books for example) or use stylistic analysis for higher levels. Stylistic analysis involves the close study of the linguistic features to enable students to make meaningful interpretations, helping learners to speak more competently.




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Campus Barcelona
Carrer Diputació 282,
Barcelona 08009, Spain
Campus Costa Brava

Rambla Romá Barnés 24,
Lloret de Mar 17310, Girona, Spain
Partner study portals
Accreditations and partnerships
Lloret de Mar Hotels Association
Blanes Hotels Association
Tossa de Mar Hotels Association
University of Girona
Instituto Cervantes DELE & SIELE examination center