Autumn and Spring Spanish courses (Online)

General information: Dates, hours and levels

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Dates of the course:

  • Autumn course (online): 6 September to 22 December 2021

  • Spring course (online): 24 January to 11 May 2022

Schedule: 

Mondays and Wednesdays from 13:30 to 15:30 hours.

Available levels: 

Beginners, intermediate and advanced. A level test, carried out prior to the course, will determine the most suitable group/level for each student.

Spanish online Spring course calendar

  • Official beginning of the course: 24 January 2022

  • Closure of admission: 7 February at 00:00 hours

  • Deadline to take the level test: 8 February

  • Deadline to provide all documents needed to complete the registration in the course (see documents needed below): 28 February

  • Deadline to change level: 28 February

Only students that have completed their registration within the deadline will be allowed to take part in the course.

Documents needed to register: Must be sent before the 28 February

Mobility/Exchange program students administered by the Vice-Rectorate of Basque, Culture and Internationalization:

  • Online registration form.

  • Copy of passport or identity card.

  • Document stating being admitted in the UPV/EHU as a mobility program student including dates of stay.

Mobility program students can follow this course free of charge. In case of doubt, do send us an e-mail to cursosidiomas@ehu.eus before doing any payment.

International students registered in different postgraduate studies, visiting researchers and/or teaching staff:

Besides the documents mentioned for mobility program students, these group students should send within the registration deadline a copy of the bank transfer for the amount of the corresponding registration fee: 180 euros.

Bank account: KUTXABANK – ES 97 2095 0292 99 3239003884 (in the proof of payment should appear the name and surname of the student).

Syllabus of the courses

Besides being published in this site, students will get the syllabus of their corresponding level in the beginning of each course. We recommend students to download and keep it just in case they need to present it to their home university to get the credits of the course.