Spanish courses in Spain for foreign learners

Acento organizes a series of Spanish courses for foreign learners throughout the year. Intensive summer courses, annual, semester, quarterly, seasonal and "à la carte" courses are the most demanded today. The courses combine learning the Spanish language inside and outside the classroom, but it is contextualized learning. You do not have to choose between playing sports or going for tapas and learning a language. These courses adapt to the different profiles of our students: pre-university students, university students, professionals looking to improve their language skills or tourists who want to take advantage of their time abroad discovering the language in Zaragoza. Learning Spanish, doing sports, going for tapas and tasting the wines of the region is possible with us. Are you up for it?

Acento also holds Spanish courses for international mobility students, both for elementary and intermediate students. Students can also sit the official DELE exams and the Cervantes Institute CCSE exam as USJ is an examination center for these two exams.

The 2018 summer courses, which are held in May, June and July, are specially designed for students with an A1, A2 and B1 level, according to the levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). For the 2018-19 academic year, Acento will offer annual courses or courses with voluntary work, semester and quarterly courses, as well as intensive and semi-intensive courses.

All our courses are designed to promote a teaching-learning experience of the Spanish language adapted to the needs of our students, innovating and making all the facilities of the campus and the environment offered by Zaragoza, Aragon and Spain available to the student.

For more information about Spanish courses for foreigners, please check out our academic offer and contact us.

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