Spanish Language Schools in Spain located in Seville, Cadiz, and Malaga

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CLIC direct and Faculty-led Programs

 

General description and aims

CLIC International House Sevilla Direct Programs let the students take all their classes at CLIC, which then transfer directly to their home universities, assuming equivalents exist in their own system. Depending on the specific requirements of each university, students may choose their own courses from the wide variety offered by CLIC International House. Direct programs place more responsibility on the student or home institution to determine – if credit is needed – how he or she can transfer this.

The aim of this program is to cover CLIC IH’s academic goals for linguistic and intercultural competence while at the same time allowing maximum flexibility for the student to apply his or her study program to their benefit. Direct Programs are less structured than, for example, the Benedictine College Semester program or the FoCUS programs with the University of Seville. They do not include extra-curricular activities or internships, although these can be arranged at the student’s request.

Direct Programs are based on the raw components of the CLIC International House Sevilla academic program: Spanish Language courses and Content courses in Hispanic studies. Any student over the age of 18 may enroll directly at CLIC International House Sevilla.

CLIC International House Sevilla Faculty-led programs have a long standing tradition with CLIC and over the years we have collaborated with many different universities to arrange academic programs that fit their needs. These programs are tailored specifically to the needs and priorities of the university or department in question, and are group-orientated. Furthermore, faculty are provided with certain logistical support, such as:

Cell phones for use in Spain
Housing for faculty members
Specialized programming to fit group purposes, such as excursions in coordination with academic materials, etc.

A faculty member accompanies a group of students from his or her university in a given program priorly established. Depending on the goal of the group, courses of different length can be arranged, starting at a two week minimum. The students take language and/or content classes at CLIC International House Sevilla and may also take a class taught on site by the accompanying faculty member, for which CLIC provides classroom space and logistical support.

These programs have the advantage of being developed from the department itself and being supported by a faculty member.

Student Elegibility

CLIC International House Sevilla Direct Programs: Any student above the age of 18.

CLIC International House Sevilla Faculty-led programs: students either having started their program or having had prior approval and enrollment at their university.

Study Duration: Short & Long-term

Direct Programs: Students may enroll in courses of their choice starting at a 2 week minimum. If they need academic credit they should consult their home institution. In general, one week of Intensive Language course is 20 class hours (50 minute classes) , and that 3 weeks of intensive course usually amounts to 3 or 4 academic credit hours.

Faculty-Led Programs: Can be arranged from a minimum of 2 weeks in which language classes are given in between 10 – 30 hours per week.

Transferring Credit

Both Direct Programs and Faculty-led programs rely on the students’ home institution for establishing accreditation possibilities.

In this case, CLIC International House Sevilla provides any necessary material needed for properly assessing credit transfers, such as: courses, syllabi, textbooks or class material, exams, progress reports, and teacher qualifications.

The most effective solution for transferring credits in both cases is to arrange beforehand which courses are to be taken and make sure they are transferrable. CLIC International House Sevilla works with qualified academic coordinators who can get in touch with a university’s faculty members, chairs or registrar if needed.

Course + prices + duration

Direct Programs: Students may enroll in courses of their choice starting at a 2 week minimum. If they need academic credit they should consult with their home institution. They should keep in mind that in general one week of Intensive Language course is 20 class hours (50 minute classes) , and that 3 weeks of intensive course usually amounts to 3 or 4 academic credit hours.

Faculty-Led Programs: Can be arranged from a minimum of 2 weeks in which language classes are given in between 10 – 30 hours per week.

Dates

All year round, applications 8 weeks prior to start of course.

Prices

Credits Shared Flat Homestay: Half board
3 weeks 4 835 € 1155 €
5 weeks 6 1530 € 1880 €
6 weeks 8 1820 € 2240 €
7 weeks 9 2110 € 2600 €
9 weeks 12 2640 € 3270 €
14 weeks 16 3940 € 4920 €
16 weeks 18 4480 € 5600 €

Includes:

  • 20 classes per week (50 min/class)
  • Housing: CLIC Student Residence (self-catering) or Homestay (2 meals a day)
  • Student services: WiFi, internet, library fees, etc.
  • Cultural Program (4x week)
  • NB Books not included, approx. 20€ per level.

Accommodation and meals

Option 1: Spanish family homestay: 12 weeks, half-board (breakfast and one additional meal per day)
Option 2: Shared Flat: Individual room, self catering

Courses Available

General Spanish Intensive course

The objective of this course is to enable the student to interact and express him or herself in basic Spanish terms in different everyday situations, as well as writing texts describing experiences and impressions.

Spanish Civilization course

The students acquire a basic knowledge about the different aspects of contemporary Spain while continuously practicing and improving their Spanish.

Spanish Literature and Cinema

The students acquire a good command of Spanish literature through the reading of passages from books of well-known Spanish authors and the viewing of their filmizations.

Arabic Heritage and Legacy in Spain

The students will discover and learn to identify as well as understand the Arabic heritage and legacy in architecture, lifestyle, cuisine, culture, and popular traditions in Spain.

Spanish for Medical Students

This Spanish for Special Purposes course is directed towards students working in, or planning to work in, health related fields or other career paths related to health services. It covers basic anatomical vocabulary and elementary dialogue for treating Spanish speaking patients. It also deals with notions of health care and the Spanish health care system.

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