Spanish as a Foreign Language

For over 20 years, the School of Languages has been offering Spanish language courses for foreigners whose mother tongue is other than Spanish.

The courses have four levels (basic, pre-intermediate, intermediate and advanced), and they are aimed at developing communicative competence and social interaction abilities by perfecting the four basic skills: speaking, listening, reading and writing. These courses also tackle aspects of Argentine and Latin American culture, history and society. Our School is staffed by professors with a wide experience, all of them with undergraduate degrees in Spanish, Spanish Language and Literature, or Modern Literature, or with a master's degree in Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language.

Why should you study Spanish at the School of Languages of the UNC?

The National University of Córdoba (in Spanish, UNC), located at the heart of the city, was founded by the Jesuits in 1613. It is the most ancient university in the country, and one of the most ancient universities in America. It offers degree programs related to Computer Science, Natural Sciences, Business Sciences, Mathematical Sciences, Health Sciences, the Humanities, Design, Construction, Arts, Literature and Languages.

Within each field, research projects are carried out by specialized teams, and the University is always engaged in social demands and needs. Currently, it has over 100,000 students from all over Argentina, and foreign students coming from the five continents. The School of Languages, through the Office of Community Engagement and International Affairs, organizes different programs in Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language.

The School of Languages specializes in the preparation of Teachers of Spanish as a Foreign Language (in Spanish, ELE). It awards undergraduate and graduate degrees in the field, and it has a team of qualified professors who give training courses on the subject.

This School has over 20 years’ experience in the teaching of Spanish as a Foreign Language, offering courses of all levels addressed to the general public, with a student body of mostly university students and professionals.

Our teachers

Our staff includes over 20 highly experienced teachers that give Spanish as a Second Language and Spanish as a Foreign Language courses. All of them have undergraduate degrees in Spanish as a Mother Tongue and as a Foreign Language, Spanish Language and Literature, Modern Literature and Foreign Languages. In addition, many hold a graduate degree in a specific field: the Master's Degree in Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language. The professional experience of our teachers enables highly enriching exchange possibilities during group work, and it offers a great variety of options to meet different demands.

Contact information:

Monday-Friday, 12 a.m. - 8 p.m.

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