|Program Name:||Intensive Spanish Language Program – 2nd Session|
|School:||Universidad Pablo de Olavide|
|Term:||Summer II (June 19 – July 7, 2017)|
|Cost:||€ 520 /*|
|Housing||€ 610 /*|
|Language of Instruction:||Spanish|
|Eligibility:||Open Enrollment: No min GPA req’d; min age 18|
The Intensive Spanish Language Program is a 45 hour Spanish Language class that includes, cultural activities and transcripts from Pablo de Olavide University. Classes are held from Monday through Friday.
Tution – € 520 / *
The fee includes tuition as well as:
• Certificate of attendance with grades from Pablo de Olavide University
• The right to use the University’s campus facilities and services
• Social/cultural activities
Housing – € 610 / *
The housing fee covers the cost of housing in a Spanish homestay (arrival date: May 28, departure date: June 17).
Intermediate Spanish II
This course is designed for students who have had three semesters of university-level Spanish. Emphasis is on expanding vocabulary and building oral and written communication skills as well as acquiring a greater awareness of the Spanish-speaking world. The grammar and conversation classes will complement each other.
Advanced Spanish I
This course is designed for students who have had at least 4 semesters of university-level Spanish. Emphasis is on applying the skills acquired at the elementary and intermediate levels to further improve oral and written skills. The methodology applied is communicative and encompasses assignments which include grammar reviews, cultural readings on Spain and debates which require use of practical and communicative vocabulary. The grammar and conversation classes will complement each other.
Housing / Accommodation
Students are placed in a Spanish homestay with local families. The housing fees include all meanls and laundry services.
Eligibility / How to Enroll
To register for the Intensive Spanish Language Course at the Universidad Pablo de Olavide click here.
For more information contact The International Center at the Universidad Pablo de Olavide.