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PRINCIPIANTE – A1 (BEGINNING – LEVEL 100)
Students learn the grammar and vocabulary necessary to progress in the Spanish language and normal daily life. The cultural emphasis of the course helps them acclimate to Spanish society. Beginning level students may take one course in English (see COURSES IN ENGLISH section); however, CH1601 Spanish Language is a required course.
INTERMEDIO 1 – A2 (INTERMEDIATE 1 – LEVEL 200)
In this level, students begin an in-depth study of the structure of the language, but the use of spoken language is given priority. The acquisition of new vocabulary and of a new knowledge of Spanish life is also a major aim of the course in order for students to obtain an adequate level of survival Spanish.
INTERMEDIO 2 – B1 (INTERMEDIATE 2 – LEVEL 200)
In this level, students begin an in-depth study of the grammatical structures and necessary vocabulary in order to use them in different contexts.
INTERMEDIO 3 – B2 (INTERMEDIATE 3 – LEVEL 300)
At this level, the emphasis is placed on the use of vocabulary and language structure. The main objective is to help students reach a high level of competence in oral and written expression while developing an in-depth knowledge of Spanish culture.
AVANZADO – SUPERIOR B2.2/C1-C2 (ADVANCED – LEVEL 300/SUPERIOR – LEVEL 400)
The aim of this level is to gain oral and written fluency of the Spanish language, with special emphasis on the use of different grammatical structures, as well as the use of the vocabulary necessary to achieve the natural ability of a native speaker in different situations. Special focus is given to individual student needs and abilities.
ELECTIVE COURSES FOR HIGH INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED/PROFICIENCY – LEVELS 300-400
These cultural electives are offered for students at the high intermediate, advanced, and proficiency levels. Students may take one elective along with their language course (or they may choose an English elective to take with the language course). Please note that some courses are offered both terms, while others are only offered in one term.
COURSES IN ENGLISH – ALL LEVELS
These cultural electives are offered for students at all levels. Students may take one elective along with their language course. Please note that some courses are offered both terms, while others are only offered in one term.
Universidad Nebrija operates on the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). It is generally accepted that in order to convert from ECTS to U.S. semester credits, one should divide the ECTS total by 2, whereby most courses are worth 3 U.S. semester credits.
- Classes taught in Spanish and English