In Next Stop we cover the individual needs of each student. We offer a wide variety of courses to ensure that each one of our students is satisfied.

Special offer!:If you come with a friend, which will make the lessons more comfortable and dynamic, you´ll get a discount on your enrolment fee.

Moreover, if you are unemployed we also have a discount for you! If you bring us your updated unemployment card, we will apply a 50% discount on your enrolment fee. We help you to expand your C.V.

All in all, we teach to all levels, from A1 to C2, according to the standards of the European Union – MCERL, so you could join us no matter your starting level.

Reference European Framework for Languages

In Next Stop Academy we follow the Reference European Framework for Languages so our student´s knowledge could be assessed according to its standard.

The EU has established four competence levels (A – C) and four skills which you can check out at the bottom of the page.


18 and above
Times: 16:00 – 20:00 twice a week
Lessons designed for those students whose needs are not those of a group.
Lessons are given by the Academy teachers, with a flexible timetable and adapted to the contents and the interests of the students
Times: At the student´s convenience. This service will be charged per hour.
Designed for those who simply want to practice and use English, consolidating and increasing their own knowledge. This course will be done in reduced groups, where current affairs are discussed, using a wide range of resources.
The main idea is to improve the ability to communicate in the foreign language while enjoying a lesson with a dynamic atmosphere.
Times: At the student’s convenience. One hour and a half a week.
If your timetable doesn’t allow you to attend any of the established courses you can contact us. We can design a course suitable to your goals as well as to your timetable. We can be as flexible as you request.
Maybe you are part of a group with specific goals, if this is the case, contact us, our team will know how to cover your needs and design a plan which suits you. We offer business English where the student will learn how to write both formal letters and formal emails, answer and take phone calls..etc.
Times: At the business’ convenience. One hour and a half a week.
If you prefer an even more informal lesson, we offer an English Breakfast, a dynamic and fun alternative to a conversation lesson. Students can read the foreign newspapers and have a chat and discuss current affairs while having a cup of coffee or tea and a muffin.
Times: One hour and a half a week in the morning.
In Next Stop Academy we will help you to combine your busy life style with the possibility to learn English. If your timetable doesn’t allow you to attend a lesson, we offer you the possibility to have online lessons.

Times: At the student’s convenience.
This service will be charged per hour.
In Next Stop Academy we know how important are the Trinity and the Cambridge exams and how necessary is for you to get the certificate as soon as possible; so we offer intensive courses to prepare these exams at a special price.

  • From April to the summons in June
  • From October to the summons in December
  • From January to the summons in March

Times: At the student’s convenience four hours a week


We do individual translations as well as translations for companies.

If you are thinking of applying for a job abroad, we offer our help both with your covering letter and your C.V. as well as filling in application forms. Should you be successful in your application, we help you for your job interview.

Times: At the student’s convenience.
Both services will be charged per hour.

Reference European Framework for Languages

Listening comprehension
A1: I recognise words and basic expressions commonly used, about oneself, one’s family and my immediate environment when speaking slowly and clearly.

A2: I understand sentences and common vocabulary about topics which are of one’s interest (basic personal information and basic information about one’s family, shopping, hometown, and job). I can get the main idea of brief and clear messages.

B1: I understand main ideas when the speech is clear and normal and when talking about current affairs which happen at one’s job, school, during leisure time ... etc. I understand the main idea of T.V. and radio programmes when these are talking of topics of one’s both personal and professional interest, when the speech is relatively slow and clear.

B2: I understand long speeches and conferences and I can even follow long and complex structures as long as the topic is well known. I understand T.V. news and programmes about current affairs with no problem whatsoever. I understand most films in which the level of the language is standard.

C1: I understand long speeches even those which are not clearly structured and when the relations are only implicit and are not pointed out. I understand with no effort T.V. programmes and films.

C2: I have no difficulty whatsoever to understand any spoken English, both in life conversations and broadcasted speeches, even if these are produced in a native speaker speed, as long as I have time to get familiar with the accent.
Reading comprehension
A1: I understand words and known nouns and very easy sentences, for example signs, posters and catalogues.

A2: : I am able to read easy and brief texts. I can find specific and predictable information in easy and everyday texts like adverts, pamphlets, menus and timetables. I also understand brief and easy personal letters.

B1: I understand texts written in a colloquial language or related to work. I understand the description of events, feelings and wishes in personal letters.

B2: I am able to read articles and reports related to to contemporary issues in which the author takes a specific point of view. I understand contemporary literary prose.

C1: I understand long and complex literary texts or based on facts, distinguishing different styles. I understand specialized articles and long technical instructions, even though they are not related to my speciality.

C2: I am able to easily read nearly all types of written language, including complex abstract texts, for example, manuals, specialized articles and literary pieces.
A1: I use expressions and easy sentences to describe the place where I live and the people I know.

A2: I use a series of expressions and sentences to describe in easy terms my family and other people, my daily life, my educational origin and my current job, or the last one I had.

B1: I know how to link sentences in an easy way in order to describe experiences and facts, my dreams, expectations and ambitions. I can explain and briefly justify my opinions and projects. I know how to narrate a story, the plot of a film or a book and I can describe my reactions.

B2: I give clear and detailed descriptions of a wide range of topics related to my speciality. I know how to explain a point of view about a topic explaining the advantages and disadvantages of both options.

C2: I give descriptions or arguments in a clear and fluent way, with a style which is adequate to the context and with a logical and efficient structure which helps the listener to pay attention to the main ideas and retain them.
Oral interaction
A1: I can participate in an easy conversation as long as the other person is keen to repeat what he/she just said or even to rephrase it slowly and to help me formulate what I’m trying to say. I give and answer easy questions about topics of immediate need or very usual issues.

A2: I can communicate in easy tasks which require a simple and direct exchange of information about everyday activities. I can do brief social exchanges, however, I usually can’t understand enough in order to maintain the conversation by myself.

B1: I can manage in nearly every situation when I travel to where the language is spoken. I can participate spontaneously in a conversation about everyday topics of personal interest or relevant to one’s daily life (for example, family, hobbies, work, trips and current affairs).

B2: I can participate in a conversation in a reasonable fluent and spontaneous way, what allows normal communication with native speakers. I can actively take part in discussions developed during everyday situations explaining and defending my points of view.

C1: I am fluent and spontaneous without having to look for the right expressions in a noticeable way. I use the language with flexibility and efficiently for social and professional purposes. I give ideas and opinions with accuracy and I relate my interventions cleverly with the other speakers.

C2: I take part without trouble in any conversation or discussion and I know idioms and colloquial expressions. I am fluent and I transmit subtle hints cleverly. If I have a problem, I avoid the difficulty so discreetly that others can barely notice.