Universidad Autónoma de Madrid

Spanish Language: Linguistic and Cultural Immersion I

Spanish Language

Description
Description>

The Intensive Language courses offer 20 – 25 hours of classroom time a week complimented by excursions to museums, local markets, nearby sights, theaters and other venues. Students have the opportunity to use Spanish in real settings, and meet other Spanish university students at language exchange happenings or any of the numerous social events on campus.
Since culture is the cornerstone of SAM, language is taught through culture with an emphasis on intercultural development. After completion of the intensive course, and once you have reached a Spanish proficiency level of B1 (CEFR) or above, you may enroll in the DiLe. The combination with the DiLe or the Spanish for Academic Purposes course is the perfect pathway to studying an undergraduate degree in Spain.

Course of Study
Course of Study>

The Intensive Language courses are divided into modules, and each module aims to develop communicative skills in Spanish focusing on grammatical structures, oral and written communication, and the acquisition of vocabulary while familiarizing the students with socio-cultural contents.   Classes are from Monday thru Friday (9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. /and Fridays until 1:30 p.m.)

Calendar
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1st Semester

2nd Semester

 

Application

 March 25  – June 15

September 1 – October 30

Admission

Rolling Admission

Rolling Admission

Registration Deadline

July 22

November 25

Orientation

TBA

TBA

Classes

September 12 – December 16

January  16 –  5 May

We recommend that all students come to Madrid at least one week prior to the beginning of the semester in order to settle in and become familiar with the University.

Admission Requirements
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Who can apply?

  • Official non-Spanish college/university student (undergraduate or graduate)
  • Graduates from a non-Spanish university
  • High School graduates from a non-Spanish speaking country

Please note it is recommended that students have a Spanish language level of A1. If you do not have a certificate that can attest your level of Spanish, or you are unsure about your current level, the UAM will send you a level test.

Application
Application>

You can enter the program (1) as a free mover, or (2) through a University agreement:

  1. Free mover: All students meeting the requirements will be admitted on a first come first served basis until all places are taken.
  2. Through University Agreements (university students only): Students will be admitted under the terms of the bilateral Agreement with their home University.

Please scan and send the following to studyabroad@uam.es

  1. Application form
  2. Passport or National ID (for EU citizens)
  3. Record of transcripts / academic transcript showing the courses you have taken and the grades you have earned
  4. Proof of Spanish language proficiency level – It is highly recommended that the student come with a level of A1 or higher

Tuition Fees
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2.400 € for one semester                                           

Once you have been admitted to the program, a 250€ non-refundable deposit is required in order to secure your place in the program. You will also receive an email with payment instructions.

More information
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For more information, please contact the Study Abroad at UAM office at studyabroad@uam.es.