French Language and Culture Courses

Cursos de Lengua y Cultura Extranjeras

TERM Courses

30-hour courses in 3 months with the following timetable options:

Monday and Wednesday (1.5 hours/day).

Tuesday and Thursday (1.5 hours/day).

Friday (3 hours).

WINTER 2017

  • Dates: January 11 - March 23. 2017

  • Registration: November 28 - January 10

  • Level Test: January 10


  • 20hrs Course: February 1 - March 23. 2017

  • 10hrs Course: -


SPRING 2017

  • Dates: March 24 - June 13

  • Registration: March 1 - 22

  • Level Test: March 22


  • 20hrs Course: April 18 - June 13. 2017

  • 10hrs Course: -


Courses focused on Cambridge English examinations

Preparation Courses for Cambridge English examinations PET/FIRST/CAE/CPE

Duration: 90 hours

Classes: Monday to Friday (2 hours per day)

Horario de mañanas: [de 08:30h a 10:30h] o [de 12:30h a 14:30h]

Horario de tardes: [de 16:00h a 18:00h] o [de 20:00h a 22:00h]

WINTER 2017

  • Dates: January 11 - March 16 2017

  • Registration: November 28 - January 10

  • Level Test: January 9 and 10

SPRING 2017

  • Dates: March 27 - June 7

  • Registration: March 1 - 22

  • Level Test: March 21 and 22 marzo

Duration: 30 hours

Classes: Monday to Friday (2 hours per day)

Horario de mañanas: [de 08:30h a 10:30h] o [de 12:30h a 14:30h]

Horario de tardes: [de 16:00h a 18:00h] o [de 20:00h a 22:00h]

JANUARY 2017

  • Dates: January 11 - 31

  • Registration: November 28 - January 10

  • Level Test: January 9 and 10

FEBRUARY 2017

  • Dates: February 2 - 23

  • Registration: January 9 - February 1

  • Level Test: February 1

MARCH 2017

  • Dates: March 6 - 24

  • Registration: February 1 - March 2

  • Level Test: March 2

MAY 2017

  • Dates: May 8 - 26

  • Registration: April 3 - May 4

  • Level Test: May 4

JUNE 2017

  • Dates: June 5 - 28

  • Registration: May 4 - June 1

  • Level Test: June 1

It is also possible to do these courses in 3 hours per week.


Summer Courses 2017

Intensive Courses 30h

JUNE 2017

  • Dates: June 19 - 30

  • Classes: Monday to Friday (3 hours per day)

  • Registration: May 15 - June 13

  • Level Test: June 13

JULY 2017

  • Dates: July 4 - 31

  • Classes: Monday to Friday (1,5 hours per day)

  • Registration: June 1 - July 3

  • Level Test: July 3

AUGUST 2017

  • Dates: August 2 - 30

  • Classes: Monday to Friday (1,5 hours per day)

  • Registration: July 3 - August 1

  • Level Test: August 1

SEPTEMBER 2017

  • Dates: September 1 - 29

  • Classes: Monday to Friday (1,5 hours per day)

  • Registration: August 1 - 31

  • Level Test: August 31


Students can join the course at any time. That is, apart from registering for a course on the dates specified, new students can join an existing course on the dates that best suit them (minimum 10 hours). Each 30-hour course requires a minimum of 4 students.

Prices

UNIVERSITY OF GRANADA ALUMNI* NON UGR ALUMNI
SINGLE PAYMENT
UGR ALUMNI
PAYMENT IN INSTALLMENTS **
UGR ALUMNI
SINGLE PAYMENT PAYMENT IN INSTALLMENTS**
10 hours 76 € - 84 € -
20 hours 152 € - 168 € -
30 hours 228 € 239 €
(1st installment 143 € + 2nd installment 96 €)
240 € 252 €
(1st installment 151 € + 2nd installment 101 €)
60 hours 433 € 455 €
(1st installment 273 € + 2nd installment 182 €)
456 € 479 €
(1st installment 287 € + 2nd installment 192 €)
90 hours 616 € 646 €
(1st installment 388 € + 2nd installment 258 €)
648 € 680 €
(1st installment 408 € + 2nd installment 272 €)

Prices and discounts:  

Groups with more than 30 students.

SCHOLARSHIPS IN THE CLM FOR CHILDREN OF THE STAFF OF THE UNIVERSITY OF GRANADA 2015/2016

In order to offer the highest standard of teaching possible, groups are small. Classes are taught at the CLM either in the Placeta de Hospicio Viejo or in the Huerta de los Ángeles.
The Centre reserves the right to cancel any course which falls below the minimum stipulated number of students.


CLM offers the possibility to support students in developing their own European Language Portfolio (ELP) and get up to THREE credits if you are a university student and you do our Foreign Language Courses.


The PEL is promoted by the Council of Europe and the Ministry of Education of Spain and allows you to record all your language learning experiences helping you in the process.


Through its three components, Passport, Biography and Dossier, the PEL allows you to accredit or demonstrate, to companies or institutions, the use of other languages in your studies, work or leisure time, as well as your stay abroad.


PEL

The student spends about twenty hours working on the portfolio individually and out of class. Students receive support and continuous "feedback" from his teacher throughout the course.


This link has more information about PEL and, in this other link, you can access the platform for the European Language ePortfolio

Level tests are compulsory for all students with the exception of absolute beginners.


      ENGLISH
COMMON EUROPEAN FRAMEWORK (CEFR) CLM COURSES CLM LEVEL CLM SUBLEVEL
COMPETENT
USER
C2 Superior 8 8.3
8.2
8.1
C1 Upper Advanced 7 7.3
7.2
7.1
INDEPENDENT
USER
B2.2 Advanced 6 6.3
6.2
6.1
B2.1 Upper Intermediate 5 5.3
5.2
5.1
B1.2 Intermediate 4 4.3
4.2
4.1
B1.1 Lower Intermediate 3 3.3
3.2
3.1
BASIC
USER
A2 Elementary 2 2.3
2.2
2.1
A1 Beginner 1 1.3
1.2
1.1
      FRENCH
COMMON EUROPEAN FRAMEWORK (CEFR) CLM COURSES CLM LEVEL CLM SUBLEVEL
COMPETENT
USER
C2 Superior 8 8.3
8.2
8.1
C1 Upper Advanced 7 7.3
7.2
7.1
INDEPENDENT
USER
B2.2 Advanced 6 6.3
6.2
6.1
B2.1 Upper Intermediate 5 5.3
5.2
5.1
B1.2 Intermediate 4 4.3
4.2
4.1
B1.1 Lower Intermediate 3 3.3
3.2
3.1
BASIC
USER
A2 Elementary 2 2.3
2.2
2.1
A1 Beginner 1 1.3
1.2
1.1
      ITALIAN
COMMON EUROPEAN FRAMEWORK (CEFR) CLM COURSES CLM LEVEL CLM SUBLEVEL
COMPETENT
USER
C2 Superior 8 8.3
8.2
8.1
C1 Upper Advanced 7 7.3
7.2
7.1
INDEPENDENT
USER
B2.2 Advanced 6 6.3
6.2
6.1
B2.1 Upper Intermediate 5 5.3
5.2
5.1
B1.2 Intermediate 4 4.1
B1.1 Lower Intermediate 3 3.2
3.1
BASIC
USER
A2 Elementary 2 2.2
2.1
A1 Beginner 1 1.1
      GERMAN
COMMON EUROPEAN FRAMEWORK (CEFR) CLM COURSES CLM LEVEL CLM SUBLEVEL
COMPETENT
USER
C2 Superior 8 8.3
8.2
8.1
C1 Upper Advanced 7 7.3
7.2
7.1
INDEPENDENT
USER
B2.2 Advanced 6 6.3
6.2
6.1
B2.1 Upper Intermediate 5 5.3
5.2
5.1
B1.2 Intermediate 4 4.3
4.2
4.1
B1.1 Lower Intermediate 3 3.3
3.2
3.1
BASIC
USER
A2 Elementary 2 2.3
2.2
2.1
A1 Beginner 1 1.3
1.2
1.1
      PORTUGUESE
COMMON EUROPEAN FRAMEWORK (CEFR) CLM COURSES CLM LEVEL CLM SUBLEVEL
COMPETENT
USER
C2 Superior 8 8.3
8.2
8.1
C1 Upper Advanced 7 7.3
7.2
7.1
INDEPENDENT
USER
B2.2 Advanced 6 6.1
B2.1 Upper Intermediate 5 5.1
B1.2 Intermediate 4 4.1
B1.1 Lower Intermediate 3 3.1
BASIC
USER
A2 Elementary 2 2.1
A1 Beginner 1 1.1
      JAPANESE
(Niveles 1-5)
COMMON EUROPEAN FRAMEWORK (CEFR) CLM COURSES CLM LEVEL CLM SUBLEVEL
COMPETENT
USER
C2 - - -
C1 - - -
INDEPENDENT
USER
B2.2 - - -
B2.1 Upper Intermediate 5 5.3
5.2
5.1
B1.2 Intermediate 4 4.3
4.2
4.1
B1.1 Lower Intermediate 3 3.3
3.2
3.1
BASIC
USER
A2 Elementary 2 2.3
2.2
2.1
A1 Beginner 1 1.3
1.2
1.1
      SWEDISH
COMMON EUROPEAN FRAMEWORK (CEFR) CLM COURSES CLM LEVEL CLM SUBLEVEL
COMPETENT
USER
C2 Superior 8 8.2
8.1
C1 Upper Advanced 7 7.2
7.1
INDEPENDENT
USER
B2.2 Advanced 6 6.2
6.1
B2.1 Upper Intermediate 5 5.2
5.1
B1.2 Intermediate 4 4.2
4.1
B1.1 Lower Intermediate 3 3.2
3.1
BASIC
USER
A2 Elementary 2 2.2
2.1
A1 Beginner 1 1.2
1.1

More information about the Common European Framework of Reference

Click here for more information about the Common European Framework of Reference levels (Tables 1 and 2)

Table of equivalences for CLM on the Common European Framework

CLM courses may be recognized as credits for university participation in cultural activities (12 ECTS), according to the resolutions adopted by the Governing Council of the UGR.


For more information see the website of the corresponding Grade and the regulations approved by the Governing Council of the UGR.

The Centro de Lenguas Modernas issues the following certificates:

Achievement Certificate

This certificate is issued to students at the end of each course and states the duration of the course and the grade achieved. To be able to take the final exam, the student must have attended at least 80% of the programmed classes.


Attendance Certificate

This certificate is issued at the end of each familiarization course (TOEFL, First Certificate, TCF, TestDAF, PLIDA, etc). The student must have attended at least 80% of the programmed classes.

Por otra parte, en el CLM, puedes acreditar tu nivel de idioma realizando alguno de los siguientes exámenes de acreditación de nivel oficiales:


EXAMS
ENGLISH CLM EXAM FOR THE ACCREDITATION OF A FOREIGN LANGUAGE B1/B2 Centro de Lenguas Modernas
TOEFL (TEST OF ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE) TOEFL
FRENCH CLM EXAM FOR THE ACCREDITATION OF A FOREIGN LANGUAGE B1/B2 Centro de Lenguas Modernas2
TCF (TEST DE CONNAISSANCE DU FRANÇAIS MINISTÈRE DE L`ÉDUCATION NATIONALE (AFFILIATED CENTER)) TCF
ITALIAN CLM EXAM FOR THE ACCREDITATION OF A FOREIGN LANGUAGE B1/B2 Centro de Lenguas Modernas3
PLIDA B1 (PROGETTO LINGUA ITALIANA DANTE ALIGHIERI) PLIDA
GERMAN CLM EXAM FOR THE ACCREDITATION OF A FOREIGN LANGUAGE B1/B2 Centro de Lenguas Modernas4
TESTDAF (EXAM IN GERMAN AS FOREIGN LANGUAGE) TestDaF
JAPANESE NOKEN Exam Noken
SWEDISH SWEDEX Exam Swedex
ROMANIAN ACLro Exam  

UNIVERSITY MEMBERSHIP IS NOT A REQUIREMENT


REGISTRATION

For convenience of its students, the Modern Language Centre offers various possibilities for registration:


On-line

On-line

Access here


Presencial

In Person

at the Secretary's Office (Placeta del Hospicio Viejo building) (Fees may either be paid directly by credit card at the CLM office or by bank transfer to the following account:

IBAN: ES27-3023-0128-8254-0965-6203
BIC-SWIFT: BCOEESMM023
held at Caja Rural Granada, Office Granada Urbana 15, Shopping Center Neptuno, Arabial, CP 18004, Granada, Spain



See the opening hours to the public
Por teléfono

By phone

Exclusively for former students. Credit card payment.

Telephone: (+34) 958 215 660


See the opening hours to the public

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED

All new students must submit the following documents at the Secretary's Office (Placeta del Hospicio Viejo building):

Registration Form (Personal Details).

A photocopy of the student's identity card/passport

A photocopy of the student's certificate of education or equivalent

Payment receipt (for bank transfers).

Do not forget to check the RULES AND REGULATIONS

CONTACT

For further details, please do not hesitate to contact us.


Summer Courses 2017

Intensive Courses 30h

JUNE 2017

  • Dates: June 19 - 30

  • Classes: Monday to Friday (3 hours per day)

  • Registration: May 15 - June 13

  • Level Test: June 13

JULY 2017

  • Dates: July 4 - 31

  • Classes: Monday to Friday (1,5 hours per day)

  • Registration: June 1 - July 3

  • Level Test: July 3

AUGUST 2017

  • Dates: August 2 - 30

  • Classes: Monday to Friday (1,5 hours per day)

  • Registration: July 3 - August 1

  • Level Test: August 1

SEPTEMBER 2017

  • Dates: September 1 - 29

  • Classes: Monday to Friday (1,5 hours per day)

  • Registration: August 1 - 31

  • Level Test: August 31


Students can join the course at any time. That is, apart from registering for a course on the dates specified, new students can join an existing course on the dates that best suit them (minimum 10 hours). Each 30-hour course requires a minimum of 4 students.

Prices

UNIVERSITY OF GRANADA ALUMNI* NON UGR ALUMNI
SINGLE PAYMENT
UGR ALUMNI
PAYMENT IN INSTALLMENTS **
UGR ALUMNI
SINGLE PAYMENT PAYMENT IN INSTALLMENTS**
10 hours 76 € - 84 € -
20 hours 152 € - 168 € -
30 hours 228 € 239 €
(1st installment 143 € + 2nd installment 96 €)
240 € 252 €
(1st installment 151 € + 2nd installment 101 €)
60 hours 433 € 455 €
(1st installment 273 € + 2nd installment 182 €)
456 € 479 €
(1st installment 287 € + 2nd installment 192 €)
90 hours 616 € 646 €
(1st installment 388 € + 2nd installment 258 €)
648 € 680 €
(1st installment 408 € + 2nd installment 272 €)

UGR Scholarships for Language Studies

The University allocates € 200,000 in aid for language courses. More Info here.

Prices and discounts:  

Groups with more than 30 students.

SCHOLARSHIPS IN THE CLM FOR CHILDREN OF THE STAFF OF THE UNIVERSITY OF GRANADA 2015/2016

In order to offer the highest standard of teaching possible, groups are small. Classes are taught at the CLM either in the Placeta de Hospicio Viejo or in the Huerta de los Ángeles.
The Centre reserves the right to cancel any course which falls below the minimum stipulated number of students.


CLM offers the possibility to support students in developing their own European Language Portfolio (ELP) and get up to THREE credits if you are a university student and you do our Foreign Language Courses.


The PEL is promoted by the Council of Europe and the Ministry of Education of Spain and allows you to record all your language learning experiences helping you in the process.


Through its three components, Passport, Biography and Dossier, the PEL allows you to accredit or demonstrate, to companies or institutions, the use of other languages in your studies, work or leisure time, as well as your stay abroad.


PEL

The student spends about twenty hours working on the portfolio individually and out of class. Students receive support and continuous "feedback" from his teacher throughout the course.


This link has more information about PEL and, in this other link, you can access the platform for the European Language ePortfolio

Level tests are compulsory for all students with the exception of absolute beginners.


      ENGLISH
COMMON EUROPEAN FRAMEWORK (CEFR) CLM COURSES CLM LEVEL CLM SUBLEVEL
COMPETENT
USER
C2 Superior 8 8.3
8.2
8.1
C1 Upper Advanced 7 7.3
7.2
7.1
INDEPENDENT
USER
B2.2 Advanced 6 6.3
6.2
6.1
B2.1 Upper Intermediate 5 5.3
5.2
5.1
B1.2 Intermediate 4 4.3
4.2
4.1
B1.1 Lower Intermediate 3 3.3
3.2
3.1
BASIC
USER
A2 Elementary 2 2.3
2.2
2.1
A1 Beginner 1 1.3
1.2
1.1
      FRENCH
COMMON EUROPEAN FRAMEWORK (CEFR) CLM COURSES CLM LEVEL CLM SUBLEVEL
COMPETENT
USER
C2 Superior 8 8.3
8.2
8.1
C1 Upper Advanced 7 7.3
7.2
7.1
INDEPENDENT
USER
B2.2 Advanced 6 6.3
6.2
6.1
B2.1 Upper Intermediate 5 5.3
5.2
5.1
B1.2 Intermediate 4 4.3
4.2
4.1
B1.1 Lower Intermediate 3 3.3
3.2
3.1
BASIC
USER
A2 Elementary 2 2.3
2.2
2.1
A1 Beginner 1 1.3
1.2
1.1
      ITALIAN
COMMON EUROPEAN FRAMEWORK (CEFR) CLM COURSES CLM LEVEL CLM SUBLEVEL
COMPETENT
USER
C2 Superior 8 8.3
8.2
8.1
C1 Upper Advanced 7 7.3
7.2
7.1
INDEPENDENT
USER
B2.2 Advanced 6 6.3
6.2
6.1
B2.1 Upper Intermediate 5 5.3
5.2
5.1
B1.2 Intermediate 4 4.1
B1.1 Lower Intermediate 3 3.2
3.1
BASIC
USER
A2 Elementary 2 2.2
2.1
A1 Beginner 1 1.1
      GERMAN
COMMON EUROPEAN FRAMEWORK (CEFR) CLM COURSES CLM LEVEL CLM SUBLEVEL
COMPETENT
USER
C2 Superior 8 8.3
8.2
8.1
C1 Upper Advanced 7 7.3
7.2
7.1
INDEPENDENT
USER
B2.2 Advanced 6 6.3
6.2
6.1
B2.1 Upper Intermediate 5 5.3
5.2
5.1
B1.2 Intermediate 4 4.3
4.2
4.1
B1.1 Lower Intermediate 3 3.3
3.2
3.1
BASIC
USER
A2 Elementary 2 2.3
2.2
2.1
A1 Beginner 1 1.3
1.2
1.1
      PORTUGUESE
COMMON EUROPEAN FRAMEWORK (CEFR) CLM COURSES CLM LEVEL CLM SUBLEVEL
COMPETENT
USER
C2 Superior 8 8.3
8.2
8.1
C1 Upper Advanced 7 7.3
7.2
7.1
INDEPENDENT
USER
B2.2 Advanced 6 6.1
B2.1 Upper Intermediate 5 5.1
B1.2 Intermediate 4 4.1
B1.1 Lower Intermediate 3 3.1
BASIC
USER
A2 Elementary 2 2.1
A1 Beginner 1 1.1
      JAPANESE
(Niveles 1-5)
COMMON EUROPEAN FRAMEWORK (CEFR) CLM COURSES CLM LEVEL CLM SUBLEVEL
COMPETENT
USER
C2 - - -
C1 - - -
INDEPENDENT
USER
B2.2 - - -
B2.1 Upper Intermediate 5 5.3
5.2
5.1
B1.2 Intermediate 4 4.3
4.2
4.1
B1.1 Lower Intermediate 3 3.3
3.2
3.1
BASIC
USER
A2 Elementary 2 2.3
2.2
2.1
A1 Beginner 1 1.3
1.2
1.1
      SWEDISH
COMMON EUROPEAN FRAMEWORK (CEFR) CLM COURSES CLM LEVEL CLM SUBLEVEL
COMPETENT
USER
C2 Superior 8 8.2
8.1
C1 Upper Advanced 7 7.2
7.1
INDEPENDENT
USER
B2.2 Advanced 6 6.2
6.1
B2.1 Upper Intermediate 5 5.2
5.1
B1.2 Intermediate 4 4.2
4.1
B1.1 Lower Intermediate 3 3.2
3.1
BASIC
USER
A2 Elementary 2 2.2
2.1
A1 Beginner 1 1.2
1.1

More information about the Common European Framework of Reference

Click here for more information about the Common European Framework of Reference levels (Tables 1 and 2)

Table of equivalences for CLM on the Common European Framework

CLM courses may be recognized as credits for university participation in cultural activities (12 ECTS), according to the resolutions adopted by the Governing Council of the UGR.


For more information see the website of the corresponding Grade and the regulations approved by the Governing Council of the UGR.

The Centro de Lenguas Modernas issues the following certificates:

Achievement Certificate

This certificate is issued to students at the end of each course and states the duration of the course and the grade achieved. To be able to take the final exam, the student must have attended at least 80% of the programmed classes.


Attendance Certificate

This certificate is issued at the end of each familiarization course (TOEFL, First Certificate, TCF, TestDAF, PLIDA, etc). The student must have attended at least 80% of the programmed classes.

Por otra parte, en el CLM, puedes acreditar tu nivel de idioma realizando alguno de los siguientes exámenes de acreditación de nivel oficiales:


EXAMS
ENGLISH CLM EXAM FOR THE ACCREDITATION OF A FOREIGN LANGUAGE B1/B2 Centro de Lenguas Modernas
TOEFL (TEST OF ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE) TOEFL
FRENCH CLM EXAM FOR THE ACCREDITATION OF A FOREIGN LANGUAGE B1/B2 Centro de Lenguas Modernas2
TCF (TEST DE CONNAISSANCE DU FRANÇAIS MINISTÈRE DE L`ÉDUCATION NATIONALE (AFFILIATED CENTER)) TCF
ITALIAN CLM EXAM FOR THE ACCREDITATION OF A FOREIGN LANGUAGE B1/B2 Centro de Lenguas Modernas3
PLIDA B1 (PROGETTO LINGUA ITALIANA DANTE ALIGHIERI) PLIDA
GERMAN CLM EXAM FOR THE ACCREDITATION OF A FOREIGN LANGUAGE B1/B2 Centro de Lenguas Modernas4
TESTDAF (EXAM IN GERMAN AS FOREIGN LANGUAGE) TestDaF
JAPANESE NOKEN Exam Noken
SWEDISH SWEDEX Exam Swedex
ROMANIAN ACLro Exam  

UNIVERSITY MEMBERSHIP IS NOT A REQUIREMENT


REGISTRATION

For convenience of its students, the Modern Language Centre offers various possibilities for registration:


On-line

On-line

Access here


Presencial

In Person

at the Secretary's Office (Placeta del Hospicio Viejo building) (Fees may either be paid directly by credit card at the CLM office or by bank transfer to the following account:

IBAN: ES27-3023-0128-8254-0965-6203
BIC-SWIFT: BCOEESMM023
held at Caja Rural Granada, Office Granada Urbana 15, Shopping Center Neptuno, Arabial, CP 18004, Granada, Spain



See the opening hours to the public
Por teléfono

By phone

Exclusively for former students. Credit card payment.

Telephone: (+34) 958 215 660


See the opening hours to the public

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED

All new students must submit the following documents at the Secretary's Office (Placeta del Hospicio Viejo building):

Registration Form (Personal Details).

A photocopy of the student's identity card/passport

A photocopy of the student's certificate of education or equivalent

Payment receipt (for bank transfers).

Do not forget to check the RULES AND REGULATIONS

CONTACT

For further details, please do not hesitate to contact us.