Our Spanish Courses for foreign students are taught by specialists in the teaching of Spanish as a foreign language and by prestigious university lectures in the fields of art, history and literature, amongst others.
Teaching methods on our courses are totally active and participatory, as verbal interaction
is constantly stimulated between teachers and pupils in the classroom.
Teachers employ communicative approaches
in the teaching of Spanish as a foreign language, placing special emphasis on the development of the student's ability to make appropriate use of the language so as to ensure effective communication.
Classes are given in small groups
of 6 to 12 students, allowing students numerous opportunities to practice language in the classroom. Such small groups enable the teacher to provide on-going, personal attention to the student. Our teaching is essentially student-centred.
The University of Burgos has adapted its levels to the common European Framework of Reference for Languages and offers all levels: A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 and C2.
Each student's level is determined by an entry test that may be taken over the internet before the start of the course.
The University of Burgos awards a course certificate to all participants who have attended at least 85% of the programmed classes.
Student identity card
Students on the Spanish courses are each provided with a visiting student identity card giving them access to all university services, libraries and Internet rooms. It also allows the holder to participate in all university activities under the same conditions and with the same advantages as full-time university students.
Access to the Wi-Fi zones of the University of Burgos is available to all students on request.
Culture and Sports
The University of Burgos invites students attending the Spanish Courses to participate in the different activities offered by the Sports Department, the Cinema and Audiovisual
workshop, the Theatre Club, the Peace and Development Association and the University Choir, among others.
All course participants should hold travel insurance (including full medical and emergency cover), which may be purchased through the University.