International Studies Abroad ®est. 1987

Intensive Month

Spanish Language & Culture

Universidad de Salamanca

February 2018 (Jan 30, 2018 to Mar 1, 2018)
Catalog Code: ISLM0218

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Important Academic Information

Course Selection

Beginning students take all four beginning-level courses listed below.

Intermediate, advanced and superior students take a required Spanish language course, plus two to three courses selected from the list below, each from a different category.

Estimated Language Level

Please use the following only as a guideline to determine what your language level may be. Your language level will ultimately be determined by a placement exam that you take on site. Each semester/quarter is of COLLEGE-LEVEL Spanish or the equivalent:

Beginning = 0-1 semesters/0-2 quarters

Intermediate = 2-3 semesters/3-5 quarters

Advanced = 4-5 semesters/6-8 quarters

Superior = 6+ semesters/9+ quarters


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Universidad de Salamanca
Beginning
Students at the beginning level must take the following courses:
Courses:
40 Contact Hours
20 Contact Hours
20 Contact Hours
Language Lab
* Required
20 Contact Hours
Intermediate/Advanced/Superior
Students must take a Spanish language course.
Courses:
40 Contact Hours
40 Contact Hours
40 Contact Hours
Intermediate, advanced, and superior students then select two or three of the courses listed below. Each course must be from a different category.
Category A
Courses:
20 Contact Hours
20 Contact Hours
20 Contact Hours
20 Contact Hours
20 Contact Hours
Category B
Courses:
20 Contact Hours
20 Contact Hours
20 Contact Hours
20 Contact Hours
Category C
Courses:
20 Contact Hours
20 Contact Hours
20 Contact Hours
20 Contact Hours

Course Disclaimer

Eligibility for courses may be subject to a placement exam and/or pre-requisites.

Credits earned vary according to the policies of the students' home institutions. According to ISA policy and possible visa requirements, students must maintain full-time enrollment status, as determined by their home institutions, for the duration of the program.