Courses and levels

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Why to study Spanish as an additional language at PUC?

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Our courses

a) Intensive: (between 20 and 60 hours) offered twice a year, during February and July and scheduled for foreign exchange students at the university.

b) Semester: (between 40 and 60 hours) for all CEFR levels intended or foreign exchange students at the university.

c) (Special agreement) Courses for PUC Teachers: for all teachers who work or will work in the PUC and who are not native Spanish speakers.

d) (Special agreement) Courses for PUC doctoral students: for all the PhD students who need or want to study Spanish at PUC.

e) (Open courses) Private individual and group courses for the general public: provides personalized teaching focused on the work or the needs of the learner (business, occupational, academic, health, diplomats, etc.). To participate in a private individual course, students take a diagnostic test so we can design a personalized class program that considers their level of Spanish, their interests and their stay in our country. To participate in a private group course, it is necessary that the interested parties share the same level of language and that their schedules and academic interests are compatible.

f) (Open and exchange courses) Seminars of Literature and Spanish: a 60 hours (15 credits) intensive course which studies Chilean and Latin American literature and culture with Spanish classes support. These seminars are given during January and July.

g) (Open and exchange courses) Spanish Teaching for Spanish Teachers: a 40 to 60 hours course about Superior (C2) Spanish Grammar; Latino-American and Chilean Culture and topical issues.

 

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The language levels offered (according to Common European Framework of Reference) are:

 

Levels

A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

Sublevel

A1.1

A2.1

B1.1

B2.1

C1.1

C2.1

Sublevel

A1.2

A2.2

B1.2

B2.2

C1.2

C2.2

Sublevel

A1.3

A2.3

B1.3

B2.3

C1.3

C2.3

 

The minimum time to study each sublevel is 20 hours.

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