Spanish for Asian students

Dates

First Monday of the month

Monthly modules

Enrollment

Till 1 week before the start of the course

Price

900€ (The price of virtual tutorials is not included)

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This course intends to satisfy the needs of Chinese students who require specific linguistic preparation to learn the Spanish language. If that is the students’ goal, they will then be able to access the Spanish university environment well prepared.

To this end, the course includes traditional learning aspects of Chinese-speaking students, such as dedication to forms, deductive grammar or phonetics, as well as communication aspects, such as oral practice, interaction and culture exchange.

Who are our courses intended for?

This course is intended for Chinese-speaking students who study Spanish and require specific linguistic preparation that is adapted to their learning characteristics.

The Comillas Foundation offers courses for levels B1, B2 and C1 of the European Common Reference Framework for languages so the students can be incorporated in the level that corresponds.

Course formats

This course combines classes in the Comillas Foundation with personalized tutoring and virtual classes. The classes at the center are distributed by weeks; each week of class consists of 22 hours, in addition to two hours of personal tutoring during the morning and afternoon. In case there is only one student enrolled in the course, lessons will be reduced to 15 hours per week and it will be taught as one to one lessons.

Some of the cultural activities offered by CIESE-Comillas in its Classroom Without Walls program are available during afternoons and weekends (not included in the price of the course).

One of the most significant advantages of the course are the virtual tutoring classes that the student can access once having completed the classes in the center.

Objective of the courses

  • For Chinese students to achieve proficiency at the corresponding level and attain the communicative skills based on the formal teaching methods used at the SFL classroom.
  • For Chinese students to understand the grammatical peculiarities of the Spanish language by contrastive analysis of Spanish versus Chinese.
  • For Chinese students to acquire the basic features of a more active and pragmatic learning method without forgetting their own learning method, which is more reflexive and theoretical – a product of the cultural and educational context in which they have grown and learned.