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Instituto Cervantes Sydney

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The Instituto Cervantes in Sydney is the branch of The Instituto Cervantes, the institution created by Spain in 1991. The Instituto Cervantes in Sydney is also the Spanish Cultural Centre and it was inaugurated by Their Majesties the King and Queen of Spain, together with the Australian Authorities on June 25, 2009. The Sydney branch of the Instituto Cervantes is in charge of the DELE (Spanish test) "Diplomas of Spanish as a Foreign Language". The DELE (Spanish test) is issued by the Instituto Cervantes in Oceania on behalf of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport (Spain) Currently they run the exam in Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne and Brisbane in Australia. Also in Auckland (New Zealand) and Noumea (New Caledonia). The Instituto Cervantes Sydney teaches Spanish language to adults and children at their centre in 22-24 City Road, Chippendale NSW 2008 and in many schools, universities and companies. The teacher training is also one of the main activities. Some of the teacher's courses are accredited by the Board of Studies, Teaching and Educational Standards (BOSTES). The Spanish classes for kids are part of the Cervantes Kids program which includes also cultural and sports activities for kids from 3 year old.

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