Hispanic Studies Course (CEH)

Curso de Estudios Hispánicos

If you want to study Spanish in Granada, the Hispanic Studies Course is aimed at students and professionals who wish to acquire a deeper knowledge of Spanish language and culture. This course offers a wide variety of subjects taught by specialists from the University of Granada.

 

Students must already have a high command of Spanish to be able to follow these subjects (i.e. have passed level B2.1 (CLM - 6 Advanced)).(See specifications of level test). For this reason, CLM always recommends students to take an Intensive Spanish Language Course (CILE) before beginning the Hispanic Studies Course.

 

The CEH Course is taught in two periods - from October to December (Fall) and from February to May (Spring). Students can choose the first period, the second period or both (the Complete Hispanic Studies Course).

 

Students in this course can choose four or five subjects offered by CLM for each period. One of these subjects may be a Modern Language Course offered by CLM. Depending on students' needs and the length of their stay in Granada, they can take some of the subjects from the Optional January Course.

 

Each subject on the Hispanic Studies Course has 45 teaching hours and a regular weekly timetable in line with the general schedule programmed by CLM.

 

Students may enrol in additional subjects to further their studies if they wish. Students who successfully complete both periods (10 subjects) are entitled to receive the Diploma in Hispanic Studies.


  CEH FALL CEH SPRING CEH COMPLETE
Hours 225 hours 225 hours 450 hours

The program for Spanish Courses complies with the content description set out in the Common European Framework of Reference.


Average progression of
CLM students
CLM Common European Framework (CEFR)
Tabla de Progesión 9 Proficiency C2 COMPETENT USER
8 Superior C1
7 Upper Advanced B2.2 INDEPENDENT USER
6 Advanced B2.1
5 Upper Intermediate B1.2
4 Intermediate B1.1
3 Lower Intermediate A2+ BASIC USER
2 Elementary A2
1 Beginner A1
Weeks (20 hours/week)

HISPANIC STUDIES COURSE 2016-2017
  TOTAL HOURS DATES LEVEL TEST REGISTRATION FEE COURSE FEE TOTAL FEE
Fall 2016 225 hours 3 October 2016 - 20 Dec 2016 22 Sept 2016* 668 € 1,003 € 1,671 €
Spring 2017 225 hours 1 Feb 2017 - 25 May 2017 24 January 2017* 668 € 1,003 € 1,671 €
Fall 2016 + Spring 2017 450 hours 3 Oct 2016 - 25 May 2017 22 Sept 2016* 1,180 € 1,771 € 2,951 €
Individual Subjects 45h/subj. - - 230 €/subj. 345 €/subj. 575 €/subj.

- Students who are taking 5 subjects in any semester have the option of taking an additional subject at a special price of 334 €


* The level test will take place in the afternoon/evening


  FALL 2016 SPRING 2017
Monday and Wednesday Groups

- Classes on Friday: 4 November and 2 December
- End of classes: 14 December
- Exams: 16 and 19 December

- Classes on Friday: 3 and 31 March and 19 May
- End of classes: 19 May
- Exams: 22 and 24 May

Tuesday and Thursday Groups

- Classes on Friday: 14 and 21 October, 11 November
- End of classes: 13 December
- Exams: 15 and 20 December

- Classes on Friday: 17 March and 5 May
- End of classes: 18 May
- Exams: 23 and 25 May

Public Holidays

> 12 and 31 October 2016
> 1 November 2016
> 6, 8 and 9 December 2016

> 27 and 28 February 2017
> Easter Holidays: from 10 to 14 April 2017
> 1, 2 and 3 May 2017


MODERN LANGUAGE COURSES CHOSEN AS A CEH OR CLCE SUBJECT
(English, French, German, Italian, Arabic*, Japanese, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian and Swedish)

  TOTAL HOURS LEVEL TEST DATES
FALL 2016 45 hours 27, 28 and 29 September 5 October - 20 December 2016
SPRING 2017 45 hours 24 January 1 February - 23 March 2017
* Arabic will be taught at the same time as the CEH and CLCE course

Download the general programme of the different subjects on offer


FALL 2016

  • A. LANGUAGE
  • Speaking and Writing Skills.*

  • Spanish Grammar.

  • The Diversity of Spanish Language in the World.

  • Translation English to Spanish I.

  • Translation English to Spanish II.**

  • Business Spanish.

  • Teaching Spanish in Bilingual Schools.

  • Spanish Linguistics.

  • B. LITERATURE
  • Spanish Literature: from Renaissance to the Golden Age of Cervantes.

  • Spanish Literature: Enlightenment, Romanticism and Realism.

  • Contemporary Spanish Literature.

  • Latin American Literature.

  • Image of Women in Spanish Literature: 18th to 21st Centuries.

  • C. HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY
  • Spanish History from 18th Century to the Civil War and Franco.

  • La Transición: From Franco's Dictatorship to Today's Democratic Spain.

  • Social and Demographic Changes in Spain.

  • D. HISTORY OF ART
  • Spanish Art (Renaissance and Baroque).

  • Contemporary Spanish Art.

  • History of Spanish Cinema.

  • E. SOCIOLOGY, POLITICS AND ECONOMICS
  • Current Sociopolitical Topics in Spain.

  • The Political System of the European Union.

  • Economics and Business in Spain and Latin America.

  • F. CULTURE
  • Spanish Civilization and Culture.

  • Latin American Civilization and Culture.

  • Islamic Culture in Spain.

  • History of Flamenco.

  • Spanish Music: Society, Tradition and Avant-garde.

  • Religious Diversity and Culture in Medieval Spain.

  • G. INTERNSHIPS
  • Business Internship.

  • Internship Program in Educational Institutions.

  • Service Learning and Community.

  • H. FOREIGN LANGUAGE
  • (Arab, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese...)
    See the program of Modern Languages

SPRING 2017

  • A. LANGUAGE
  • Speaking and Writing Skills. *

  • Spanish Grammar.

  • The Diversity of Spanish Language in the World.

  • Translation English to Spanish I.

  • Translation English to Spanish II.**

  • Business Spanish.

  • Applied Linguistics in Teaching Spanish.

  • Spanish Linguistics.

  • B. LITERATURE
  • Spanish Literature: from Renaissance to the Golden Age of Cervantes.

  • Spanish Literature: Enlightenment, Romanticism and Realism.

  • Contemporary Spanish Literature.

  • Latin American Literature.

  • Image of Women in Spanish Literature: 18th to 21st Centuries

  • Spanish Theater and Social Change.

  • C. HISTORY
  • Spanish History from 18th Century to the Civil War and Franco.

  • La Transición: From Franco's Dictatorship to Today's Democratic Spain.

  • Contemporary History of America.

  • D. HISTORY OF ART
  • Spanish Art (Renaissance and Baroque).

  • Contemporary Spanish Art.

  • Spain and Latin America through Contemporary Cinema.

  • A Social and Ideological Perspective of Contemporary European Films.

  • E. SOCIOLOGY, POLITICS AND ECONOMICS
  • Current Sociopolitical Topics in Spain.

  • Economics and Business in Spain and Latin America.

  • The Political System of the European Union.

  • Marketing communication.

  • F. CULTURE
  • Spanish Civilization and Culture.

  • Latin American Civilization and Culture.

  • Islamic Culture in Spain.

  • Spanish Music: Society, Tradition and Avant-garde.

  • The Art of Flamenco in Society and Culture.

  • Religious Diversity and Culture in Medieval Spain.

  • Health Sciences and Public Health in Spain.

  • Ecology and the Environment in Spain.

  • G. INTERNSHIPS
  • Business Internship.

  • Internship Program in Educational Institutions.

  • Service Learning and Community.

  • H. FOREIGN LANGUAGE
  • (Arab, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese...)
    See the program of Modern Languages

* This subject is obligatory for all students enrolled on Hispanic Studies Course, except those who have passed a level C1 (CLM - Superior) or those who have taken the Hispanic Studies Course in the previous semester.
** To take the subject "Translation English to Spanish II" you need to have passed "Translation English to Spanish I" or level B2.2 (CLM-level 7).

Registration Forms

Here you can find the information and registration forms necessary in order to enrol on the courses which you wish to take.
In order to reserve a place, the appropriate forms must be completed and sent to the Registrar's Office at CLM along with a copy of the bank transfer. Please ensure that the student's name is clearly indicated on this bank transfer. On the course registration form, students must also indicate the options they have chosen, the group (only for CEH and CLCE) and the subjects they wish to study. Payment must be made in euros by bank transfer to our current account:


  • Caja Rural Granada, Oficina Granada Urbana 15, Centro comercial Neptuno, Arabial, CP 18004, Granada, España

  • IBAN: ES27-3023-0128-8254-0965-6203

  • BIC-SWIFT: BCOEESMM023

and made payable to the Centro de Lenguas Modernas. CLM will only recognise as payment the amount received so students must meet any bank charges incurred. It is also possible to pay over phone with a credit card. The total cost of each course (Registration + Course fees) must be paid before students take the level test. If not, students may not start their courses. For their own convenience, we recommend students make full payment (Registration + Course fees) on reservation.


For any enquiries regarding registration, please send an e-mail to: reservas@clm.ugr.es Telf. +34 958 215 660 - Fax +34 958 220 844


Academic Year 2016-2017

Academic Programs 16-17

Folleto Academic Programs 2016-2017


Calendar/Prices 16-17 Precios cursos de español 2016-2017
HISPANIC STUDIES COURSE 2017-2018
  TOTAL HOURS DATES LEVEL TEST REGISTRATION FEE COURSE FEE TOTAL FEE
Fall 2017 225 hours 2 October 2017 - 20 Dec 2017 25 Sept 2017* 688 € 1,033 € 1,721 €
Spring 2018 225 hours 1 Feb 2018 - 25 May 2018 24 January 2018* 688 € 1,033 € 1,721 €
Fall 2017 + Spring 2018 450 hours 2 Oct 2017 - 25 May 2018 25 Sept 2017* 1,216 € 1,824 € 3,040 €
Individual Subjects 45h/subj. - - 237 €/subj. 355 €/subj. 592 €/subj.

- Students who are taking 5 subjects in any semester have the option of taking an additional subject at a special price of 344 €


* The level test will take place in the afternoon/evening


  FALL 2017 SPRING 2018
Monday and Wednesday Groups

- Classes on Friday: 27th October, 10th November and 1st December
- End of classes: 13th December
- Exams: 18th and 20th December

- Classes on Friday: 2nd February, 2nd March and 6th April
- End of classes: 21st May
- Exams: 23rd and 25th May

Tuesday and Thursday Groups

- Classes on Friday: 20th October and 17th November
- End of classes: 14 December
- Exams: 15 and 19 December

- Classes on Friday: 23th February, 9th March and 18th May
- End of classes: 18th May
- Exams: 22nd and 24th May

Public holidays and days with no class

> 12th October 2017
> 1st November 2017
> 6th, 7th and 8th December 2017

> 28th February 2018
> Easter Holidays: from 26th to 30 March 2018
> 30th April, 1st and 3 May 2018


MODERN LANGUAGE COURSES CHOSEN AS A CEH OR CLCE SUBJECT
(English, French, German, Italian, Arabic*, Japanese, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian and Swedish)

  TOTAL HOURS LEVEL TEST DATES
FALL 2017 45 hours - and - September - October - - December 2016
SPRING 2018 45 hours - January - February - - March 2018
* Arabic will be taught at the same time as the CEH and CLCE course

Download the general programme of the different subjects on offer


FALL 2017

  • A. LANGUAGE
  • Speaking and Writing Skills.*

  • Spanish Grammar.

  • The Diversity of Spanish Language in the World.

  • Translation English to Spanish I.

  • Translation English to Spanish II.**

  • Business Spanish.

  • Teaching Spanish in Bilingual Schools.

  • Spanish Linguistics.

  • B. LITERATURE
  • Spanish Literature: from Renaissance to the Golden Age of Cervantes.

  • Spanish Literature: Enlightenment, Romanticism and Realism.

  • Contemporary Spanish Literature.

  • Latin American Literature.

  • Image of Women in Spanish Literature: 18th to 21st Centuries.

  • C. HISTORY
  • Spanish History from 18th Century to the Civil War and Franco.

  • La Transición: From Franco's Dictatorship to Today's Democratic Spain.

  • D. HISTORY OF ART
  • Spanish Art (Renaissance and Baroque).

  • Contemporary Spanish Art.

  • History of Spanish Cinema.

  • A Social and Ideological Perspective of Contemporary European Films.

  • E. SOCIOLOGY, POLITICS AND ECONOMICS
  • Current Sociopolitical Topics in Spain.

  • The Political System of the European Union.

  • Economics and Business in Spain and Latin America.

  • Marketing communication.

  • F. CULTURE
  • Spanish Civilization and Culture.

  • Latin American Civilization and Culture.

  • Islamic Culture in Spain.

  • History of Flamenco.

  • Spanish Music: Society, Tradition and Avant-garde.

  • Religious Diversity and Culture in Medieval Spain.

  • G. INTERNSHIPS
  • Business Internship.

  • Internship Program in Educational Institutions.

  • Service Learning and Community.

  • H. FOREIGN LANGUAGE
  • (Arab, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese...)
    See the program of Modern Languages

SPRING 2018

  • A. LANGUAGE
  • Speaking and Writing Skills. *

  • Spanish Grammar.

  • The Diversity of Spanish Language in the World.

  • Translation English to Spanish I.

  • Translation English to Spanish II.**

  • Business Spanish.

  • Applied Linguistics in Teaching Spanish.

  • Spanish Linguistics.

  • B. LITERATURE
  • Spanish Literature: from Renaissance to the Golden Age of Cervantes.

  • Spanish Literature: Enlightenment, Romanticism and Realism.

  • Contemporary Spanish Literature.

  • Latin American Literature.

  • Image of Women in Spanish Literature: 18th to 21st Centuries

  • Spanish Theater and Social Change.

  • C. HISTORY
  • Spanish History from 18th Century to the Civil War and Franco.

  • La Transición: From Franco's Dictatorship to Today's Democratic Spain.

  • Contemporary History of America.

  • D. HISTORY OF ART
  • Spanish Art (Renaissance and Baroque).

  • Contemporary Spanish Art.

  • Spain and Latin America through Contemporary Cinema.

  • A Social and Ideological Perspective of Contemporary European Films.

  • E. SOCIOLOGY, POLITICS AND ECONOMICS
  • Current Sociopolitical Topics in Spain.

  • Economics and Business in Spain and Latin America.

  • The Political System of the European Union.

  • Marketing communication.

  • F. CULTURE
  • Spanish Civilization and Culture.

  • Latin American Civilization and Culture.

  • Islamic Culture in Spain.

  • Spanish Music: Society, Tradition and Avant-garde.

  • The Art of Flamenco in Society and Culture.

  • Religious Diversity and Culture in Medieval Spain.

  • Health Sciences and Public Health in Spain.

  • Ecology and the Environment in Spain.

  • G. INTERNSHIPS
  • Business Internship.

  • Internship Program in Educational Institutions.

  • Service Learning and Community.

  • H. FOREIGN LANGUAGE
  • (Arab, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese...)
    See the program of Modern Languages

* This subject is obligatory for all students enrolled on Hispanic Studies Course, except those who have passed a level C1 (CLM - Superior) or those who have taken the Hispanic Studies Course in the previous semester.
** To take the subject "Translation English to Spanish II" you need to have passed "Translation English to Spanish I" or level B2.2 (CLM-level 7).

Registration Forms

Here you can find the information and registration forms necessary in order to enrol on the courses which you wish to take.
In order to reserve a place, the appropriate forms must be completed and sent to the Registrar's Office at CLM along with a copy of the bank transfer. Please ensure that the student's name is clearly indicated on this bank transfer. On the course registration form, students must also indicate the options they have chosen, the group (only for CEH and CLCE) and the subjects they wish to study. Payment must be made in euros by bank transfer to our current account:


  • Caja Rural Granada, Oficina Granada Urbana 15, Centro comercial Neptuno, Arabial, CP 18004, Granada, España

  • IBAN: ES27-3023-0128-8254-0965-6203

  • BIC-SWIFT: BCOEESMM023

and made payable to the Centro de Lenguas Modernas. CLM will only recognise as payment the amount received so students must meet any bank charges incurred. It is also possible to pay over phone with a credit card. The total cost of each course (Registration + Course fees) must be paid before students take the level test. If not, students may not start their courses. For their own convenience, we recommend students make full payment (Registration + Course fees) on reservation.


For any enquiries regarding registration, please send an e-mail to: reservas@clm.ugr.es Telf. +34 958 215 660 - Fax +34 958 220 844


Academic Year 2017-2018

Academic Programs 17-18

Folleto Academic Programs 2017-2018


Calendar/Prices 17-18 Precios cursos de español 2017-2018

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