Spanish course – All levels

Spanish course – All levels

About this course

Spanish course for all levels. The School of Spanish Language of the University of Salamanca in Strasbourg is a world reference in teaching Spanish. The content of each of our Spanish courses in Strasbourg is based on the structure of language skills proposed by the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) and by and the Cervantes Institute.

 

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METHODOLOGY

 

The Spanish courses in Strasbourg follow a methodology centered on the communicative development of the student and who seek to lead you towards an intercultural learning to discover the Hispanic world, its variety, its plurality and its richness.

 

The goal is that you learn to communicate in Spanish in a Hispanic context: living in a Spanish-speaking country, studying at a Spanish-speaking country university, working in a company, etc. Go beyond structures and know the tools to live in a Hispanic context.

 

For this, groups are formed in relation to the needs of the people who integrate them and the courses focus on oral and written communication. Each session counts 30 hours to bring you gradually towards the mastery of the level,  the training lasts 10 weeks, 1h30 twice a week.

 

When you first approach us, we invite you to have a short interview with our academic director to help you identify your needs and objectivesand guide you to the group that best suits you.

 

The studies offered in our center ranges from beginner level, A1-1, to level B2. The complete course includes 270 hours of training. At the end of each 30-hour training, the teacher offers the student to take stock of his level and see the possibility of moving on to the next level or further strengthening the level worked.

 

We insist on the oral practice of the language: talking and listening. Classes are taught exclusively in Spanish so this immersive context will allow you to learn faster!

 

At the end of the course, the student will obtain an official course attendance certificate. 

 

This is the normal itinerary of the Spanish Language School ELE USAL Strasbourg:

 

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Students are assessed throughout the course by completing activities at the end of each unit. It is necessary to attend at least 80% of the lessons in order to obtain a certificate of attendance.

 

At our school, we work with our own materials and the following textbooks:

 

 

The choice of textbook depends on the profile of the group. One week before the start of the course, the student will be informed of the textbook that will be used in class. The course fee does not include the textbook.

 

NEXT COURSES

 

From 8 January to 29 March 2024 (30 hours). Registration now open!

 

From 2 April to 24 June 2024 (30 hours). Registration now open!

 

 

SPANISH COURSE CALENDAR

 

From 8 January to 29 March 2024

 

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From 2 April to 24 June 2024 (30 hours)

 

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PRICES 2023

  • SPANISH COURSE - 30 HOURS, 2 DAYS/WEEK

    450€
  • SPANISH COURSE - 30 HOURS, 2 DAYS/WEEK

    OLD STUDENTS

    400€
  • SPANISH COURSE - 30 HOURS, 2 DAYS/WEEK

    CPF**

    800€
  • SPANISH COURSE - 60 HOURS, 2 DAYS/WEEK

    CPF**

    1200€

*A minimum of 3 students is required to form a group.

 

**CERTIFICATION: Communicating in professional Spanish (DELE). At the end of these courses, you will have to take the tests to obtain DELE certification, which is compulsory by law in our CPF certification courses. Please note that all CPF-financed courses are subject to a €190 registration fee for DELE certification and a €160 administration fee (included in the price indicated).

And remember… All our Spanish courses are eligible for compte formation (CPF)!

 

 

And if you have already decided, download our registration form and send it to info@strasbourg-eleusal.com.

 

Members

Our course begins with the first step for generating great user experiences: understanding what people do, think, say, and feel. In this module, you’ll learn how to keep an open mind while learning.

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