Non Intensive Spanish Course

Part-time course aimed at students and professionals with limited availability who seek to improve their knowledge of Spanish for academic or practical purposes or just for pleasure.

Duration

◼ 60 hours

Schedule

◼ 3 hours a week [Monday and Friday / Tuesday and Thursday] (adapted to the time zone of the student’s country of origin)

Aimed at

◼ Anyone wanting to study Spanish for whatever purpose but may be short of time and need a more relaxed study pace.

Dates

◼ Dates

Groups

A minimum of 6 students is required to create a group

Credits

◼ 6 ECTS Credits awarded by the University of Granada

Levels

◼ All levels

Price

◼ 539€
Tuition will be fully refunded if the student decides not to continue during the first week of the course

Dates 2021-2022


Fall
Monday and Wednesday groups: 4 October – 20 December 2021
Holidays: 11 and 12 October, 1 November, 6 and 8 December
Tuesday and Thursday groups5 October – 16 December 2021 
– Holidays : 12 October and 7 December

Spring
Monday and Wednesday groups: 2 March – 18 May 2022
Holidays : 28 February, 10-17 April, 2 and 3 May
Tuesday and Thursday groups: 1 March – 16 May 
Holidays : 11-15 April, 2 and 3 May

Registration deadline:
Up to 3 days before the start of the course

Dates 2022-2023


Fall
Monday and Wednesday groups: 3 October – 12 December 2022
Holidays12 October, 31 October and 1 November, 5 , 6 and 8 December
Tuesday and Thursday groups4 October – 12 December 2022 
– Holidays : 12 October, 31 October and 1 November, 5 , 6 and 8 December

Spring
Monday and Wednesday groups: 6 March – 24 May 2023
HolidaysEaster Holidays: 2-9 April, 1 and 3 May
Tuesday and Thursday groups: 7 March – 18 May 
HolidaysEaster Holidays: 2-9 April, 1 and 3 May

Registration deadline:
Up to 3 days before the start of the course

Levels in Spanish Courses

The level test is normally taken on the working day before the course starts. This will allow us to put you in the right level.

The programme of the CLM Spanish courses is adapted to the description of the contents of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

PNO Procedure

The online level test (PNO) has a written part which takes place on the CLM Virtual Platform and an oral part via videoconference.

Once the student is enrolled in the PNO, they will receive an email with login details to access the written test and information about the oral test.

Students can start the test when they like but, once they have started, they have to complete it within 24 hours.

Once the written test has been completed, the students will receive an email with the date and time of the oral test via Skype, Zoom or Meet.

If you are interested in registering for this course, please contact the Reservations Department.: reservas@clm.ugr.es