Spanish Language and Culture Course 2023-24

Comprehensive language and cultural immersion aimed at international students or professionals with an intermediate command of Spanish, interested in broadening their knowledge of different aspects of Spanish language and culture.

Duration

◼ 225 hours / 450 hours

Schedule

You will be able to choose between Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday
◼ Fall Schedule 2023
From October 2 to December 21
◼ Spring Schedules 2024
From February 1 to May 23.

Dates

◼ Fall and Spring

Adapted

◼ Taught in English or Spanish

To take this course, students require prior knowledge of Spanish (i.e. have passed level B1.1, CLM – 4 Intermediate) (See specifications of level test). CLM recommends students to take an Intensive Spanish Language Course (CILE) in September or January before beginning the Spanish Language and Culture Course.

Students who successfully complete CLCE in the Fall can then enrol in the Hispanic Studies Course in the spring.

Those who have completed ten subjects in total (CLCE Fall and CEH Spring) will be entitled to receive the Diploma in Hispanic Studies..

Those students with lower levels of Spanish, between level A1 (CLM – 1 Beginner) to B1.1 (CLM – 4 Intermediate), can do the two obligatory subjects from Spanish Language (Speaking and Writing Skills and Spanish Grammar (Levels from 1 to 4)) and complete the rest of the course in English.

Students who have successfully completed CLCE in English in the Fall semester in levels A2+ (Lower Intermediate) or B1.1(CLM- 4 Intermediate) may enrol for CLCE in Spanish in the Spring semester.

The program for Spanish Courses complies with the content description set out in the Common European Framework of Reference.

LEYENDA
TAUGHT IN: Impartida en español = SPANISH/ Impartida en inglés=ENGLISH

PERIODS: Periodo Otoño = Fall / Periodo Primavera= Spring

SUBJECTS CLCE

A. LANGUAGE
Speaking and Writing Skills (*1) Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
Spanish Grammar (*1) Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
The Diversity of Spanish Language in the World. Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
Introduction to Business Spanish. Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
Spanish Sign Language Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
Introduction to the Arabic language Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
B. LITERATURE (*2)
Spanish Literature (up to the 18th Century) Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
Spanish Literature from the 19th Century to the Present Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
Spanish Literature Taught in English Fall Spring
Female Spanish Writers of the 20th Century Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
C. GEOGRAPHY (*2)
Social and Demographic Changes in Spain Taught in SpanishTaught in English Fall Spring
Sustainability in the Mediterranean: Approaching Local Self-Sustainable Development Taught in English Fall Spring
D. HISTORY (*2)
History of Spain Taught in SpanishTaught in English Fall Spring
E. HISTORY OF ART (*2)
History of Art in Spain Taught in SpanishTaught in English Fall Spring
F. CULTURE (*2)
Spanish Civilization and Culture Taught in SpanishTaught in English Fall Spring
Latin American Civilization and Culture Taught in SpanishTaught in English Fall Spring
Islamic Culture in Spain Taught in SpanishTaught in English Fall Spring
Traditional Song and Spanish Society: Flamenco, Folklore and Sephardic Songs Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
Contemporary Spain in the Media Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
G. SOCIOLOGY, POLITICS AND ECONOMICS (*2)
The Arab World and the West: Past and future Taught in English Fall Spring
Spanish and Latin American Economies Taught in SpanishTaught in English Fall Spring
The Political Systems of Spain and the European Union Taught in SpanishTaught in English Fall Spring
Environmental Politics of the European Union Taught in English Fall Spring
International marketing Taught in SpanishTaught in English Fall Spring
International Strategic Management Taught in English Fall
H. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (*2)
Health Sciences and Public Health in Spain Taught in SpanishTaught in English Fall Spring
Civil Engineering and Territory Taught in English Fall
Mathematics and Reality Taught in English Fall Spring
I. INTERNSHIPS
Internship Program in Educational Institutions(*3) Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
Service Learning and Community Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
Internships in Cultural, Tourist and Artistic Organisations(*3) Taught in Spanish Fall Spring

More information on the internship program

More information on the internship program

J. FOREIGN LANGUAGE (*4) (Only one language may be chosen in each term)
(Arab, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian…)** Taught in Spanish Otoño Primavera

*1 These subjects are obligatory for all students enrolled in the Spanish Language and Culture Course.

*2 Subjects in English under headings B, C, D, E, F, G and H may be taught provided that a minimum number of 18 students is reached.. The two literature subjects would be offered as one subject in English under the title of "Spanish Literature".

*3 If you choose to take a 120-hour internship, the price per semester for the Spanish Language and Culture Course will be 2.415 €.

*4  The subject «Modern Language» has different dates than the Language and Literature course. Only one language may be chosen in each term.

    WHICH DATES DO YOU WANT TO CHOOSE?

    DATES

    HOURS

    REGISTRATION FEE

    TOTAL FEE

    Fall 2023

    2 Oct - 21 Dec 2023

    225H

    Spring 2024

    1 February - 23 May 2024

    225H

    Fall 2023 +
    Spring 2024

    2 Oct 2023 - 23 May 2024

    450H

    Those students who do not pass the placement test for the Spanish Language and Culture Course may apply the reservation to other courses. It is possible to register for only some single subjects of this program (672 €/single subject). Students who are taking 5 subjects in any semester have the option of taking an additional subject at a special price of 394€. If you choose to take a 120-hour internship, the price per semester for the Spanish Language and Culture Course will be 2,415 €.

    More detailed information

    ◾ Holidays and non-teaching days

    – 12 October 2023
    – 1 November 2023
    – 6, 7 and 8 December 2023

    – 28 February 2024
    – Easter Holidays: from 25 to 31 March 2024
    – 1 and 3 May 2024
    – Corpus Christi: 30 and 31 May 2024


    ◾ Detail of dates

    FALL 2023

    Monday and Wednesday subjects

    Tuesday and Thursday subjects

    Classes on Friday

    27 Oct. and 24 Nov.

    20 Oct.

    End of classes

    13 Dec.

    14 Dec

    Exam period

    18 and 20 Dic.

    19 and 21 Dec.

    SPRING 2024

    Monday and Wednesday subjects

    Tuesday and Thursday subjects

    Classes on Friday

    2 Feb, 15 March and 10 May

    End of classes

    15 May

    16 May

    Exam period

    20 and 22 May

    21 and 23 May

    DO YOU WANT TO REGISTER NOW FOR THIS COURSE?

    Continue by filling out the form below

    WHAT SUBJECTS ARE YOU GOING TO CHOOSE?

    Each subject has a duration of 45 hours. For each period you will have to choose a minimum of 4 subjects and a maximum of 5. Optionally you could choose a sixth subject with the special additional price of 394€.

    FALL

    (Minimum 4 subjects and maximum 5)
    A. LANGUAGE ___

    B. LITERATURE ___ (*2)

    C. GEOGRAPHY ___ (*2)

    D. HISTORY ___ (*2)

    E. HISTORY OF ART ___ (*2)

    F. CULTURE ___ (*2)

    G. SOCIOLOGY, POLITICS AND ECONOMICS___ (*2)

    H. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY ___ (*2)

    I. INTERNSHIPS ___

    J. FOREIGN LANGUAGE ___ (*4)

    SPRING

    (Minimum 4 subjects and maximum 5)
    A. LANGUAGE ___

    B. LITERATURE ___ (*2)

    C. GEOGRAPHY ___ (*2)

    D. HISTORY ___ (*2)

    E. HISTORY OF ART ___ (*2)

    F. CULTURE ___ (*2)

    G. SOCIOLOGY, POLITICS AND ECONOMICS ___ (*2)

    H. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY ___ (*2)

    I. INTERNSHIPS ___

    J. FOREIGN LANGUAGE ___ (*4)

    (ES): Taught in Spanish
    (EN): Taught in English
    *1 - These subjects are obligatory for all students enrolled in the Spanish Language and Culture Course.
    *2 - Subjects in English under headings B, C, D, E, F, G and H may be taught provided that a minimum number of 18 students is reached.. The two literature subjects would be offered as one subject in English under the title of "Spanish Literature"
    *3 - If you choose to take a 120-hour internship, the price per semester for the Spanish Language and Culture Course will be 2,415 €.
    *4 - The subject «Modern Language» has different dates than the Language and Literature course. Only one language may be chosen in each term.

    Registration Form

    Fields marked with "*" are mandatory



    * By submitting this form the customer acknowledges having read and agree to the processing of his data in accordance with the information provided, the General Regulations governing the CLM, and the other information detailed in the courses and services offered.

    Basic information about protection of your personal data provided
    ENTITY RESPONSIBLE Formación y Gestión de Granada S.L.M.P. (Centro de Lenguas Modernas).
    PURPOSE Enrolment in the chosen course, academic and administrative management.
    LEGITIMIZATION Execution of a contract.
    ADDRESSEE Transfers of data provided for by law and/or necessary for the fulfilment of the established relationship. International data transfers may be carried out in the cases specified in the additional information.
    RIGHTS You have the right to access, rectify and delete data, and other rights, detailed in the additional information.



    You will be redirected to the payment gateway. Once you have completed it, click the "Continue" button to return to this site.

    Choose a course

    PAY NOW

    Spanish Course Levels

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

    The CLM Spanish course program is adapted to the description of the contents of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).


    Do you need further information?

    Let us know all your questions and we will contact you as soon as possible!

    ▪ Spanish Courses Information: cursosespanol@clm.ugr.es
    ▪ General information: info@clm.ugr.es

      Basic information on personal data protection:

      Data controller: Formación y Gestión de Granada SLMP.

      Purpose: Sending information and communicating with the interested party.

      Addressee: Formación y Gestión de Granada SLMP.

      Legitimation: Application of pre-contractual measures (request for information on our services).

      Rights: You have the right to access, rectify and delete data, as well as other rights, as explained in the extended information.

      Additional information: More information is available in the Privacy Policy

      I have read and accept the Privacy Policy