Salamanca University Spanish Language Courses

Cursos de Español Universidad de Salamanca
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Intensive Spanish Program

Monthly Intensive Spanish Courses at Salamanca University

The intensive Spanish language program starts every month of the year, except for July and August, when summer courses are available. The program is open to students of all levels, from complete beginners to advanced speakers.

About Salamanca University’s Intensive Spanish Program
  • 2, 3 or 4-week courses.

  • Starting dates:

    Intensive Course (15 Spanish lessons per week)

    • January 10th / February 1st / March 2nd / April 4th / May 4th / June 1st / September 1st / October 3rd / November 2nd / December 1st / January 9th / February 1st / March 1st / April 3rd / May 3rd / June 1st / September 4th / October 2nd / November 2nd

  • Choose between 15, 20 or 25 hours per week.

  • 4 Levels (complete beginner, intermediate, advanced, proficient)
    8-15 students per class.

  • Minimum age for registration: 17

  • Included in course fees: Books, study materials, and basic medical insurance.


Intensive Courses

Intensive Course (15 Spanish lessons per week) Our Price 470€622€737€
Intensive Course (20 Spanish lessons per week) Our Price 580€737€900€
Intensive Course (25 Spanish lessons per week) Our Price 680€857€1060€
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Is the Intensive Program for Me?

Salamanca University’s intensive Spanish language courses take place every month and are available to students at all levels of language proficiency.

Typically, students choose this course format because they have a limited study period within which they wish to learn as much Spanish as possible, either for personal or professional purposes, or in some cases to prepare for an upcoming extended period of study in Spain. Because of this, the student body in these courses in quite varied, with students of all ages and backgrounds sharing the same classroom.

The first day of the program consists of a level test that is assessed to determine the student’s appropriate level of study. Students are also given the class schedule on this day.

The daily learning structure is as follows:

  • Hours 1-2: Spanish language and grammar.
    The objective of this course is to increase students’ fluency in the target language, with special focus on grammar and vocabulary. The teaching methodology follows a communicative and functional approach, in which students are exposed to a variety of tasks and activities in real communicative contexts.

  • Hour 3: Students take optional subjects:
    Beginners broaden their Spanish vocabulary. Experienced students take optional subjects, including History of Contemporary Spain, Speaking and Writing, and Women in Spanish History.
    The aim of this course is to analyze the different periods, historical figures and facts that have created the multicultural History of Spain. The coursework is presented through a variety of media, focusing on the periods from Prehistory to modern day.
    THE ROLE OF WOMEN IN SPANISH HISTORY The objective of this course is to provide insight into the role of women throughout the History of Spain. Starting from the Medium Age until current times, information will be shared specific to each historical period.

  • Hour 4: Students take optional subjects:
    In this course, students will further develop their speaking and listening skills through a wide variety of activities meant to simulate actual communicative contexts.
    Through analyzing the culture, art, traditions and literature of the Arab world, students will learn how these influences have contributed to the Hispanic identity.
    In this course, students are presented with an overview of Spanish literature from the Medium Age until present day. Following a chronological order of real texts, students will have the opportunity to see the political, historical and social contexts represented in the different time periods.
    In order to increase their understanding of the Spanish culture, students will study factors relating to geography, politics and history, as well as the customs, values and behaviors that form an important part of the Spanish character.
    (For students who take 20 or 25 hours, respectively.) Beginners participate in the language laboratory and complete communication activities. Experienced students take optional subjects, including:

  • Hour 5: Students take optional subjects:
    Students will learn about the most significant periods and trends of Spanish art through History by analyzing works of Spanish Heritage in a variety of forms (paintings, sculptures, and architecture).
    For students who are motivated to use their Spanish skills in the business world, this course provides a special emphasis on vocabulary and the main language skills used in this domain.
    The objective of this course is for students to improve their writing skills through the reading comprehension and production of a variety of texts.
    Students will view and study a set of films from Spain and Latin America in different periods in order to carefully analyze the narrative strategies used to create artistic expression in cinema.

  • In March it is only possible to book 3 or 4 hours:

    • Hours 1-2: Spanish language and grammar
    • Hour 3: Conversation and Writing Skills
    • Hour 4: Spanish Culture

    In September, the following course options are not offered:

    • The Role of Women in Spanish History
    • Spanish and Latin American Cinema
    • The Arab World in Hispanic Culture

    In December it is only possible to book 3 hours:

    • Hours 1-2: Spanish language and grammar
    • Hour 3: Conversation and Writing Skills

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