Universidad de Sevilla / University of Seville

Universidad de Sevilla / University of Seville

Learn Spanish in Spain at the University of Seville.

 

Spanish Language Program in Seville, spain.

University of Seville – Semester Abroad in Seville, Spain

Study Abroad in Seville (SABIUS)

Every semester the University of Seville offers a comprehensive study abroad program consisting of the following activities:

· A 240 -hour Spanish-language course directed toward obtaining a B1-Level accreditation on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).

· Participation in up to 80 semester hours in the cultural activities program managed by the Center of Cultural Initiatives of the University of Seville. Special attention will be paid to historical, artistic and cultural activities in Seville and Andalusia.

· Attending a number of regular courses at the University (maximum of four) and obtaining the corresponding official certification.

An official certificate of completion can be made available to participants upon request.

 

The Study Spanish Abroad program is an intensive 12 hour per week course. It is a B1 level Spanish language course taught in Spanish by native professors and with an emphasis on interaction.

 

It will allow you to achieve the language level defined in the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) as an “independent learner”. This implies that you will reach a level of self-sufficiency to carry out the majority of tasks that involve the language use in a Spanish speaking country.

 

You will learn the following skills:

Spanish oral expression

Spanish written expression

Spanish reading comprehension

Spanish listening comprehension

 

The course blends Spanish culture with Spanish language learning. You will learn and practice the language mechanisms, its functions and formal (morphology, syntax, grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation), cultural and pragmatic components.

You will able to use the language properly in different socio-cultural situations. You will be in small groups of a maximum of 15 students.