CEE-UMA Spanish Course Catalogue 2014

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CEE-UMA Spanish Course Catalogue 2014
Universidad de Málaga
Vicerectorate of Students Affairs
CURSO DE ESPAÑOL PARA EXTRANJEROS
Catalogue of Courses and Programmes
2014
Partner Institutions
CURSO DE ESPAÑOL PARA EXTRANJEROS (UNIVERSIDAD DE MÁLAGA)
Headmaster: Dr Gaspar Garrote, PhD
Academic coordinator: Mr Salvador Peláez
Academic vice-coordinator: Mrs Francisca Cárdenas
Secretary’s office head: Mrs María del Carmen Gordo
Reception’s office head: Mr José Carlos Haro
Avda. de la Estación de El Palo, 4
29017 Málaga (España)
Tel.: (34) 951 952 745; (34) 951 952 738
Fax: (34) 951 952 742
P.O.Box: 6072
Web site: http://www.cursoextranjeros.uma.es
E-mail: [email protected]
Facebook: Cursos de Español para Extranjeros, Universidad de Málaga
(http://www.facebook.com/cursosdeespanol.uma.es).
CURSO DE ESPAÑOL PARA EXTRANJEROS DE LA UNIVERSIDAD DE MÁLAGA
PLANNING 2014
COURSES WITH SOLERA ................................................................................. 5
I. GENERAL INFORMATION .............................................................................. 7
1. Facilities and services in our School (Campus of El Palo, city of Málaga) .................7
2. Services close to our School ......................................................................7
3. Extra-academic activities .........................................................................7
4. Academic methodology ............................................................................8
5. Care insurance and health cover .................................................................8
6. Accommodation .....................................................................................8
7. CEE-UMA students (2012) ..........................................................................8
8. Course schedule 2014-2015 (Campus of El Palo, city of Málaga) ............................9
9. Public holidays and cultural events ............................................................ 10
Language reinforcement programme ........................................................... 16
B Two-week or Three-week Intensive Spanish courses ..................................... 16
C Course for Erasmus and International Exchange students .............................. 16
D Special Linguistic Preparation for Exchange students ................................... 17
Training programme for ELE teachers .......................................................... 18
E Course of Spanish language and its cultural references
(in collaboration with the Spanish Embassy in the United States) ....................... 18
F 22nd Course of Teaching of Spanish as a Foreign Language .............................. 18
DELE programme .................................................................................... 19
G DELE Linguistic Preparation Course ........................................................ 19
H Diploma in Spanish as a Foreign Language (DELE exams)
(in collaboration with the Instituto Cervantes) ............................................. 19
Special programmes ................................................................................ 20
I Spanish Culture and Civilization programme .............................................. 20
Programmes with foreign universities .......................................................... 21
Tailor-made programmes .......................................................................... 21
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II. COURSES AND PROGRAMMES OF CEE-UMA IN EL PALO CAMPUS (CITY OF MÁLAGA) .... 11
Intensive Spanish courses (2014) .................................................................. 11
67th Hispanic Studies course (2014-2015)......................................................... 12
51st Summer courses (2014) ........................................................................ 14
A Spanish course Málaga-Madrid (Universidad de Málaga and Complutense de Madrid) .. 15
III. COURSES OF CEE-UMA AT CIOMIJAS (LA CALA DE MIJAS, MÁLAGA)........................ 22
“Costa Lingüística del Sol” course (Spanish and Gastronomy) ................................ 22
“Costa Lingüística del Golf” course (Spanish and Golf) ........................................ 23
Intensive Spanish courses (2014) .................................................................. 24
IV. COURSES OF CEE-UMA AT AULA UNIVERSITARIA “HOSPITAL REAL DE LA MISERICORDIA”
(MARBELLA, MÁLAGA) .................................................................................. 25
Spanish Culture and Civilization programme .................................................... 25
Intensive weekly Spanish courses (2014) ......................................................... 25
One-to-One Intensive courses ................................................................... 25
V. FACULTY AND STAFF AT CEE-UMA ................................................................ 26
VI. REGISTRATION PROCEDURE ....................................................................... 28
Registration form .............................................................................29
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Accomodation request .......................................................................32
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COURSES WITH SOLERA
The Malaga University Cursos de Español para Extranjeros (CEE-UMA) combines, from its
very beginning in 1947, teaching expertise with the highest standards in administrative
performance. Together these factors have made possible the development of a wide
variety of courses and programmes, that are being taught since 2011 at three locations
(Málaga, Marbella and La Cala de Mijas), meeting in this way the diverse and growing
demands for Spanish language learning.
As an active participant in the internationalization process that our time demands, as
stated in the Malaga University Strategic Plans, the CEE-UMA has been entrusted with the
task of achieving the highest standards in the teaching of Spanish as a second language.
We operate with applied philological standards, in order to provide educational services
to students who express —in a common language— the richness of their multicultural
experience.
Málaga offers special conditions to achieve this goal. In Málaga becomes real what in so
many other places remains an enlightened dream. Coming from a rich mixture of ancient
and wise cultures who found here a sober sea and warm light, Malaga society nowadays
integrates people from many countries and with many languages. In this melting pot of
citizenry, Spanish is koiné or common language: a Spanish language that, in its southern
variety —linked as none with those of Latin America—, acquires in Málaga tones of many
other verbal melodies.
In such context, the CEE-UMA combines the tradition or solera of its experience with the
sparkle or salero of our versatile and multifunctional Spanish. This is the way we are and
the way we warmly welcome those who come to share with us their lives and their voices:
devoted to fertile speech, guarantee of understanding.
Gaspar Garrote
Headmaster
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In this exciting task, those who are part of the CEE-UMA work every day with students
universities, private companies and national and international institutions, to shape the
functions of one of the most important present-day internationalization tools: Spanish
Language, mother tongue and second language for hundreds of millions of people
worldwide. Spanish for a global world: this is the aim of our work.
I. GENERAL INFORMATION
1. FACILITIES AND SERVICES IN OUR SCHOOL
(CAMPUS OF EL PALO, CITY OF MÁLAGA)
• Building: 2.000 m2, in a two-story building.
• Reception room: spacious room used for the reception of students, lectures, DELE
examinations and other activities.
• Classrooms: 17 classrooms (seven of them with audiovisual equipments).
• Virtual classroom: teacher workstation and 15 student workstations.
• Tutoring: two offices.
• Patios: there are two enclosed patios.
• Multicultural classroom: area intended for extra-academic activities where students
can study, relax and socialize with other students.
• Secretary’s office: administration and information office.
• Wifi network: free wi-fi access for students enrolled in our school.
• Cultural Mediation: programme specializing in interaction among students to help
them in their integration process.
• Meeting room.
• Bus stops: 50 m from our School, in Avda. de Juan Sebastián Elcano (routes 11, and
N-1).
• Taxi stop: right in front of our School, in Avda. de la Estación de El Palo.
• Post office: 50 m from our School, in Avda. de Juan Sebastián Elcano, 178.
• El Palo beach: 100 m from our School, with restaurant services, some under agreement with the CEE-UMA.
• Police station: 450 m from our School, in Avda. de Juan Sebastián Elcano, 149.
• Health center: 250 m from our School, in Avda. de Salvador Allende, 159.
• El Palo Municipal market: 100 m from our School, in C/. Alonso Carrillo de Albornoz, 3.
3. EXTRAACADEMIC ACTIVITIES
• Social gatherings, parties and conferences. These activities will be announced to
students before hand.
• Guided tours: Visits to historical and monumental landmarks and other places of cultural, socio-economic and leisure interest in Málaga.
• Excursions: the most interesting towns in the province of Málaga and in Andalusia are
visited. Guided by our school’s specialized teachers, who explain the most important
historical and artistic aspects.
• Language exchanges. This activity, with Spanish students, will be announced to our
students before hand.
Prices of these activities, when not included in the registration fee, will be notified in
advance.
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2. SERVICES CLOSE TO OUR SCHOOL
4. ACADEMIC METHODOLOGY
• The teaching staff of the Curso de Español para Extranjeros de la Universidad de
Málaga are all PhD and licenciates, highly qualified for their specific training in
the teaching of Spanish as a Foreing Language.
• A wide variety of audiovisual and technological materials are used in the classes.
• The eclectic methodology alternates, according to the situations, approaches to
different structural and communicative methods.
• Students will be informed about the teaching materials (text books) they should
purchase.
5. CARE INSURANCE AND HEALTH COVER
• In the Intensive Courses, the Course of Hispanic Studies, the Summer Courses, and
the Course of Spanish Language and Its Cultural References, a care insurance in
Spain and health cover is included in the registration fees.
• In the rest of Courses and Programmes, the student can choose to take this insurance, communicating it to the Secretary’s Office.
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6. ACOMMODATION
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Our Centre will give information to all who request it about the accomodation options
offered by companies under agreement.
7. CEE-UMA STUDENTS (2012)
CEE-UMA wishes to thank the 2.307 students of all continents and 69 different
nationalities for placing their trust in our Centre to attend the classes of the 18
courses and programmes offered in 2012.
ORIGIN
NATIONALITIES
STUDENTS
EUROPE
35
18
6
7
1
2
69
1164
582
511
21
18
11
2307
ASIA
AMERICA
AFRICA
OCEANIA
EURASIA
TOTAL
8. COURSE SCHEDULE 2014-2015 (CAMPUS OF EL PALO, CITY OF MÁLAGA)
2014
Intensive
Spanish
courses
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
2015
January
1st session: 1st
October 2014 /
26th January
1-22
2015
1st session: 1st
2014 /
Will be October
th
26
January
available
2015
in
Catalogue
2nd session:
Courses
nd
2
February /
2015
19th May 2015
Summer
courses
2-30
1-28
1-29
1-29
Other programmes
Training
Language
for
reinforcement
teachers
B)
B); C)
B); D)
B); D)
B); D)
B)
B)
E); F)
B)
B); C)
B); D)
B); D)
B); D)
and courses*
DELE
Special
programmes
A); I)
A); I)
A); I)
G)
A); I)
G); H) A); I)
A); I)
A); I)
A); I)
A); I)
G)
A); I)
G); H) A); I)
A); I)
Will be available in
Catalogue Courses 2015
* Name of these programmes and courses:
A) Spanish Course, Málaga-Madrid
B) Two-week or three-week Intensive Spanish courses
C) Course for Erasmus and International Exchange students
D) Special Linguistic Training for Exchange students
E) Course of Spanish language and its cultural references (in collaboration with the Spanish Embassy in the
United States)
F) 22nd Course of Teaching of Spanish as a Foreign Language
G) DELE exam Linguistic Preparation Course
H) Diplomas in Spanish as a Foreign Language (DELE exams), (in collaboration with the Instituto Cervantes)
I) Spanish Culture and Civilization programme
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February
March
April
May
8-31
3-27
3-28
1-30
5-30
2-30
1-28
1-29
1-29
1-29
3-28
Hispanic
Studies
course
9. PUBLIC HOLIDAYS AND CULTURAL EVENTS
Public Holidays and
vacation periods
2014
January, 28th
Saint Tomas de Aquino, Saint patron of the University
February, 28
Andalusia Day
th
April, 14th - 21st
Easter holidays
May, 1st - 2nd
International Worker’s Day
June, 18th
Málaga local holidays
August, 15th
Málaga local holidays
September, 8th
Málaga local holidays
October, 13
Day of Spain
th
December, 8th
The Inmaculate Conception Day
December, 23th to 31st
Public Holidays and
vacation periods
2015
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Cultural Events in
2014
10
January, 1st to 7th
January, 28th
March, 30 to April 6
th
Christmas holidays
Saint Tomas de Aquino, Saint patron of the University
th
Easter holidays
May, 1st
International Worker’s Day
March, 30th to April 6th
Málaga Film Festival
August, 18th to 16th
Málaga Fair, with cultural and folk events
23th edition of Fancine, organized by the University
of Málaga, with Antonio Banderas as honorary
president, being the only film festival organized by
a public university in Europe
November
N.B.: The information contained herein could vary slightly as not to affect substantially
the courses and in any case shall be comminicated in advance.
II. COURSES AND PROGRAMMES OF CEE-UMA
IN THE CAMPUS EL PALO (CITY OF MÁLAGA)
INTENSIVE SPANISH COURSES (2014)
• Course Length and schedule: these courses are held all year-round in the mornings,
from Monday to Friday. 5 hour daily sessions: 2 hours of Spanish Language, 2 hours of
Communicative Skills practice and 1 hour of Audiovisual Practice.
• Levels: There are six levels (A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 y C2), according to the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR). All students will take a placement test the first
day, in order to determine each student’s level of Spanish.
Examinations and certificates:
Registration: students may enrol for as many months as they wish. For further information,
see page 28 of this Catalogue.
Dates and fees:
Month
(year 2014)
Dates
Days
January
8-31
17
February
3-27
19
March
3-28
20
April
1-30
16
May
5-30
20
June
2-30
20
July
1-28
20
August
1-29
20
September
1-29
20
October
1-29
20
November
3-28
20
December
1-22
15
* Care insurance and health cover is included.
Hours
85
95
100
80
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
75
Registration fees*
Place reservation Enrolment
106 €
118,40 €
124,60 €
99,70 €
124,60 €
124,60 €
124,60 €
124,60 €
124,60 €
124,60 €
124,60 €
93,45 €
424 €
473,60 €
498,40 €
398,70 €
498,40 €
498,40 €
498,40 €
498,40 €
498,40 €
498,40 €
498,40 €
373,80 €
TOTAL
530 €
592 €
623 €
498,40 €
623 €
623 €
623 €
623 €
623 €
623 €
623 €
467,25 €
Two-week or three-week Intensive Spanish courses: see page 16 of this Catalogue.
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• Certificate of Attendance: its price is included in the registration fees. It is compulsory to
attend at least 80% of the classes to obtain it.
• Course Certificate: its price is included in the registration fees. It is compulsory to attend
at least 80% of the classes and to pass the final exam of level to obtain it.
• Certificate of Sufficiency in Spanish Language: A compulsory attendance of at least 80%
of the classes (one month), payment of the exam fee (35 €) and passing the Sufficiency in
Spanish Language exam is required to obtain it.
67th COURSE OF HISPANIC STUDIES (2014-2015)
• Course Length and modalities: course of one or two sessions (of your choice), with
two modalities:
4 hours per day course: 2 hours of Spanish Language and 2 hours of Communicative
Skills practise (Spanish Culture and Civilization in C1 and C2 levels).
3 hours per day course: 2 hours of Spanish language and 1 hour of Communicative
Skills practise (Spanish Culture and Civilization in C1 and C2 levels).
• Levels: six (A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 y C2), according to the Common European Framework
of Reference (CEFR). All students will take a placement test the first day, in order to
determine each student’s level of Spanish.
• Spanish Culture and Civilization Integrated Programme: it is only taught in levels C1
and C2. Length and dates will be specified at the beginning of the course. Contents:
Spanish and Latin American Literature; History and art of Spain and Spanish America; Spanish cinema; Physical and Human Geography of Spain; Society and Politics in
Present-day Spain; Business Spanish.
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Examinations, certificates and diplomas:
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• Certificate of Attendance: price included in the registration fees. It is compulsory to
attend at least 80% of the classes to receive it.
• Course Certificate: price included in the registration fees. It is compulsory to attend
at least 80% of the classes and to pass the final exam of level, that will take place on
the last day of the course, to receive it.
• Spanish Culture and Civilization Integrated Programme Certificate: it is compulsory to attend at least 80% of the classes of the Culture Programme and payment of
the certificate fee (5 €) in case it is requested.
• Certificate of Sufficiency in Spanish Language: Students must fulfil the following
requirements to receive it: a compulsory attendance of at least 80% of the classes
(one month), payment of the exam fee (35 €) and passing the Sufficiency in Spanish
Language exam.
• Diploma in Hispanic Studies (levels C1 and C2): Students must fulfil the following
requirements to receive the diploma: a compulsory minimum attendance at 1 session
(attending at least 80% of the classes), passing the Sufficiency in Spanish Language
exam and passing a minimum of 8 of the subjects from the Spanish Culture and Civilization Integrated Programme (5 in the modality of the 3-hours course) during the
same period of time.
• Higher Diploma in Hispanic Studies (levels C1 and C2): Students must fulfil the following requirements to receive the diploma: a compulsory minimum attendance at
two sessions (attending at least 80% of the classes), passing the Sufficiency in Spanish
Language exam and passing a minimum of 16 of the subjects from the Spanish culture
and civilization Integrated Programme (10 in the modality of the 3-hours Course) during the same period of time.
Registration: students may enrol in one or in both sessions of this course, in any of its
two modalities. For further information, see page 28 of this Catalogue.
Schedule and prices:
Dates
Days
Hours
Full course
October 1st 2014 to
140
560
4 hours / day May 19th 2015
Full course
October 1st 2014 to
140
420
3 hours / day May 19th 2015
st
st
1 session
October 1 2014 to
70
280
4 hours / day January 26th 2015
1st session
October 1st 2014 to
70
210
3 hours / day January 26th 2015
nd
nd
2 session
February 2 to May
70
280
4 hours / day 19th 2015
February 2nd to May
2nd session
70
210
3 hours / day 19th 2015
* A text book and care insurance and health cover are included.
Registration fees*
Place
Enrolment
TOTAL
reservation
447 €
1.788 €
2.235 €
339 €
1.356 €
1.695 €
250 €
1.000 €
1.250 €
183,2 €
732,8 €
916 €
250 €
1.000 €
1.250 €
183,2 €
732,8 €
916 €
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51st SUMMER COURSES (2014)
• Course Length and schedule: these monthly courses are held in June, July, August and
September, from Monday to Friday. The 4 daily hour distribution of contents is as follows: 2
hours of Spanish Language and 2 hours of Communicative Skills practice (of Spanish Culture
and Civilization in levels C1 and C2).
• Levels: There are six levels (A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 y C2), according to the Common European
Framework of Reference (CEFR). All students will take a placement test the first day, in
order to determine each student’s level of Spanish.
• Spanish Culture and Civilization Integrated Programme: it is only taught in levels C1 and C2.
Length and dates will be specified at the beginning of the course. Contents: Spanish and Latin
American Literature; History and Art of Spain and Latin America; Spanish Cinema; Physical and
Human Geography of Spain; Society and Politics in Present-day Spain; Business Spanish.
Schedule:
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Month
(summer 2014)
June
July
August
September
14
Dates
Days
Hours
2-30
1-28
1-29
1-29
20
20
20
20
80
80
80
80
Examinations and certificates:
• Certificate of Attendance: price included in the registration fees. It is compulsory to attend at least 80% of the classes to receive it.
• Course Certificate: price included in the registration fees. It is compulsory to attend at
least 80% of the classes and passing the final exam of level, that will talk place on the last
day of the course.
• Spanish Culture and Civilization Integrated Programme Certificate: it is compulsory to attend at least 80% of the classes of the Culture Programme and payment of
the certificate fee (5 €) in case it is requested.
• Certificate of Sufficiency in Spanish Language: A compulsory attendance of at least 80%
of the classes, payment of the exam fee (35 €) and passing the Sufficiency in Spanish Language exam is required to receive it.
Prices:
Months
Hours /
Hours
day
One, with 1 extra academic activity
Two, with 2 extra academic activities
Three, with 3 extra academic activities
Four, with 4 extra academic activities
* Care insurance and health cover is included.
4
4
4
4
80
160
240
320
Registration fees*
Place
Enrolment
reservation
87,6 €
350,4 €
173 €
692 €
254,8 €
1.019,2 €
330 €
1.320 €
TOTAL
438 €
865 €
1.274 €
1.650 €
Registration: students may enrol in one, two, three or four months. For further information, see page 28 of this Catalogue.
A SPANISH COURSE MÁLAGA-MADRID
(UNIVERSITIES OF MÁLAGA AND COMPLUTENSE)
This combined course, designed by the Centro Complutense para la Enseñanza del Español de la Universidad Complutense in Madrid, and the Curso de Español para Extranjeros
de la Universidad de Málaga, allows students to learn Spanish in these two Universities,
while they get to know the everyday life of the people of Málaga and Madrid, two different and complementary Spanish lifestyles.
• Contents and course length: focused on Spanish grammar and vocabulary and on oral and
written communicative skills practice, this course has a length of 160 hours: on announcement 80 in Málaga and 80 in Madrid.
• Levels: six (A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 y C2), according to the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR). All students will take a placement test the first day, in order to determine
each student’s level of Spanish
Complementary activities (price included in the registration fees): students can participate in the following activities, planned by the respective Centres:
• In Málaga: 1) guided visit of Malaga’s Historic Downtown (Roman and Arab); 2) gastronomic
tour to the Centro de Iniciativas de Ocio in Mijas; 3) guided visit of the Parque Tecnológico
de Andalucía.
• In Madrid: 1) guided visit of the Madrid de los Austrias; 2) guided visit of the Museo del
Prado; 3) excursion to Toledo.
• Certificate of Attendance (issued by both Universities): price included in the registration fees. It is compulsory to attend at least 80% of the classes to receive it.
• Course Certificate (issued by both Universities): price included in the registration fees.
It is compulsory to attend at least 80% of the classes and pass the final level exam, that will
take place the last day of the course, to receive it.
Sessions:
Place reservation
304 €
Enrolment
1.216 €
Total
1.520 €
Students can choose to start this course in any of the two cities and in any month of the
year. After they will continue the following month and in the other city.
Registration: it must be formalized by bank-transfer, free of charge, to:
UNICAJA
O.P. – Plaza de la Marina, 3 - 29015 Málaga
Payee: Fundación General de la Universidad de Málaga,
Curso de Español para Extranjeros
Bank Code (IBAN): ES75 2103 0146 9500 3003 4388
Swift code (BIC): UCJAES2M
For further information, see page 28 of this Catalogue.
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Examinations and certificates:
LANGUAGE REINFORCEMENT PROGRAMME
B Two-week or three-week Intensive Spanish courses
With the same registration and teaching conditions as the Intensive Spanish courses (see
pages 10 and 28 of this Catalogue).
Registration fees
Weeks
Two weeks
Three weeks
Hours
Place
reservation
Enrolment
TOTAL
50
75
76,8 €
104,4 €
307,2 €
417,6 €
384 €
522 €
C Course for Erasmus and International Exchange students
Course Length and schedule: This course is held in the mornings and / or afternoons from
Mondays to Fridays. 4 hour daily classes: 2 hours of Spanish Language and 2 hours of Communicative Skills practice. (Only for UMA students of the academic year 2013/2014).
Levels: six (A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 y C2), according to the Common European Framework of
Reference (CEFR). All students will take a placement test the first day, in order to determine each student’s level of Spanish
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Examinations and certificates:
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• Certificate of Attendance: price included in the registration fees. It is compulsory to attend at least 80% of the classes in order to receive it.
• Course Certificate: price included in the registration fees. It is compulsory to attend at
least 80% of the classes and pass the final level exam, that will take place the last day of
the course, in order to receive it.
Schedule and prices:
Periods
September 2014
February 2015
Dates
Hours
3-30
3- 27
70
70
Reduced registration fees
(subsidized by European
funds)
TOTAL
146 €
146 €
Reduced Registration: students may enrol in one of the two periods. Students pay only
for the place reservation, as the registration is subsidized by the European funds. Therefore, student’s cancellation of this subsidized registration will not be reimbursed. For
further information, see page 28 of this Catalogue.
D
D Special Linguistic Preparation for Exchange students
Course Length and schedule: 40 hours of lessons, 2 hours daily twice a week (1 hour of
Spanish Language and 1 hour of Communicative Skills practice).
The schedule (mornings or afternoons) is compatible with those of the different faculties
and schools of the University of Málaga, provided that our school’s availabilities allow it.
Levels: six (A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 y C2), according to the Common European Framework of
Reference (CEFR). All students will take a placement test the first day, in order to determine each student’s level of Spanish
Minimum number of students per group and level: 8.
Examinations and certificates:
• Certificate of Attendance: price included in the registration fees. It is compulsory to attend at least 80% of the classes in order to receive it.
• Course Certificate: price included in the registration fees. It is compulsory to attend at
least 80% of the classes and pass the final level exam, that will take place the last day of
the course, in order to receive it.
Schedule and prices:
October-December 2014
March-June 2015
Hours
40
40
Registration fees
TOTAL OPTION 1
TOTAL OPTION 2
124 €
166 €
124 €
166 €
Reduced registration:
• Option 1: For students who have the Erasmus and International Exchange Students Course
Certificate.
• Option 2: For students who do not have the Erasmus and International Exchange Students
Course Certificate.
Students pay only for the place reservation. Therefore, student’s cancellation of this
subsidized registration will not be reimbursed. For further information, see page 28 of
this Catalogue.
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Periods
TRAINING PROGRAMME FOR ELE TEACHERS
E Spanish Language and its cultural references course
(in collaboration with the Spanish Embassy in the United States)
Throughout the course formal aspects of the language are addressed as well as useful approaches to deal with some of the difficulties of Spanish language teaching and learning;
also on aspects of language politics, historical facts and representative personalities from
the Hispanic world. Two cultural excursions are included.
Addressed to: foreign teachers specialized in Spanish as a Second Language.
Spanish level required: B2.
Schedule and prices:
Dates
Registration fees*
Options
TOTAL
Course + full board accommodation
(in residence hall or family home
stay)
Course
* Care insurance and health cover is included.
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July, 1st to
21st, 2014
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Enrollment before Jannuary 1st: 1.400 €
Enrollment before March 1st: 1.500 €
Enrollment after March 1st: 1.600 €
945 €
Registration: For further information see page 28 of this Catalogue.
F 22nd Course of Teaching of Spanish as a Foreign Language
This course is designed to present the main methodological trends as well as the latest
developments regarding this area of education. Contents: explanatory classes, individual
or cooperative performance workshops, work sessions carrying out research and presenting data, and presentations of the latest publications on the Teaching of Spanish as a
Foreign Language.
Addressed to: PhD, licentiates, bachelors, university graduates and teachers interested
in updating methodological approaches and new techniques related to the teaching of
Spanish as a Foreign Language (SFL).
Registration Options:
• Option 1: Students who meet the profile described under «Addressed to».
• Option 2: Students who meet the profile described under «Addressed to», and who have
documentary evidence that they are unemployed.
Registration: see page 28 of this Catalogue.
Schedule and prices:
Dates
Hours
July 7th to 11st
2014
30
Options
Option 1
Option 2
Registration fees
Place reservation
39,4 €
23 €
Enrolment
157,6 €
92 €
TOTAL
197 €
115 €
DELE PROGRAMME
G DELE Linguistic Preparation Course
Timetable: held in two sessions, one starting at 13:30 h. and the second at 15:30 h. (students availability will be taken into account).
Schedule and prices:
Dates
Course
Hours
April-May
2014
Regular
OctoberNovember
2014
Registration fees
Place reservation
Enrolment
TOTAL
20 (1 h. / day)
33 €
132 €
165 €
Intensive
54 (3 h. / day)
77,4 €
309,6 €
387 €
Regular
20 (1 h. / day)
33 €
132 €
165 €
Intensive
54 (3 h. / day)
77,4 €
309,6 €
387 €
Registration: Students may enrol in the regular or in the intensive course. For further
information, see page 28 of this Catalogue.
Schedule and prices:
Sessions
Registration fees
May and November 2014
To be confirmed by the Cervantes Institute
Registration: For further information, see page 28 of this Catalogue.
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H Diploma in Spanish as a Foreign Language (DELE exams)
(in collaboration with the Instituto Cervantes)
Curso de Español para Extranjeros at the University of Málaga is an examination Centre granted by the Instituto Cervantes, to obtain the Diploma in Spanish as a Foreign Language.
SPECIAL PROGRAMMES
I Spanish Culture and Civilization programme
This course focuses on specific aspects of Spanish Civilization. Students my choose the
following contents: Spanish and Latin American Literature; History and Art of Spain and
Latin America; Spanish cinema; Physical and Human Geography of Spain; Society and Politics in Present-day Spain; Business Spanish.
Length course: monthly (9 hours, three days a week).
Schedule and prices:
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Month
(2014)
20
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
Dates
Hours
8-31
3-27
3-28
1-30
5-30
2-30
1-28
1-29
1-29
1-29
3-28
1-22
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Registration fees
Place reservation
Enrolment
46,4 €
185,6 €
TOTAL
232 €
Registration: The issuance of the corresponding certificate is included. See page 28 of
this Catalogue.
PROGRAMMES WITH FOREIGN UNIVERSITIES
Due to the agreements signed by the University of Málaga with academic institutions
around the world, Curso de Español para Extranjeros has a wide experience in the organization and implementation of specific programmes for such institutions. Among these
programmes are: Dickinson, Salisbury and Spelman (in the United States), Sichuan and
Hebei Normal University (in the Popular Republic of China) as well as Incheon (in South
Korea).
TAILOR-MADE PROGRAMMES
If you would like us to design a tailor-made course for you, please send your special requirements to:
Gaspar Garrote, headmaster ([email protected])
Salvador Peláez, academic coordinator ([email protected])
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Curso de Español para Extranjeros of the University of Málaga designs all kinds of teaching
programmes of Spanish Language as a Second Language, to meet the unique educational
needs of universities, companies and public and private institutions from all over the world.
III. COURSES OF CEE-UMA AT THE CIOMIJAS
(LA CALA DE MIJAS, MÁLAGA)
“COSTA LINGÜÍSTICA DEL SOL” COURSE (SPANISH AND GASTRONOMY)
This course combines Spanish language with a theoretical-practical approach to Spanish
gastronomic culture and typical dishes. Using the most effective methods, which include practical demonstrations in the cooking classroom, students will learn gastronomic
techniques that will enable them to prepare the most representative dishes in Spanish
cuisine.
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Spanish Language contents: General Spanish language; communicative skills practice;
specific Spanish gastronomy and cuisine vocabulary; basic Spanish culture and civilization
(history, literature and art).
Gastronomy contents: Spanish cuisine; Spanish regional cuisine; Spanish bakery; history
of gastronomy; food and wine pairing and presentation in table.
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Levels: A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 and C2 according to the Common European Framework of Reference.
Minimum number of students per course: 6. In order to begin each weekly session we
need to have at least 6 students.
Maximum number of students per course: 30 (2 groups).
Course Length: Weekly (students may enrol in one or everal weeks).
Timetable:
hours
8:00-8:45
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Breakfast
Breakfast
Breakfast
Breakfast
Spanish
language
Break
Communicative
practice
Spanish
language
Break
Communicative
practice
Spanish
language
Break
Communicative
practice
Spanish
language
Break
Communicative
practice
12:10-13:00
Spanish cuisine
Communicative Spanish
practice
patisserie
13:10-14:00
Spanish cuisine
Spanish culture Spanish
and civilization patisserie
Spanish
Spanish culture
products and
and civilization
wine tasting
14:30-15:30
Lunch
Lunch
Lunch
Lunch
Lunch
19:00-21:00
Dinner
Dinner
Dinner
Dinner
Dinner
9:00-10:50
10:50-11:10
11:10-12:00
Breakfast
Spanish
language
Break
Communicative
practice
Spanish
Communicative
products and
practice
wine tasting
Students will have 25 hours of class per week (15 of spanish language and 10 of gastronomy).
Schedule and prices:
Months
(summer 2014)
June
July
August
September
Days
2-6
9-13
16-20
23-27
30/06-4
7-11
14-18
21-25
4-8
11-15
18-22
25-29
1-5
8-12
15-19
22-26
Hours/
weeks
Registration fees
(course and full board accommodation in the
CIOMIJAS residence hall included)
Place reservation
Enrolment
TOTAL
25
57 €
228 €
285 €
25
57 €
228 €
285 €
25
57 €
228 €
285 €
25
57 €
228 €
285 €
Registration: see page 28 of this Catalogue.
Golf lovers will find a paradise in Andalucía. Its mild weather, all year round, attracts
amateurs and professionals from all over the world. The Costa del Sol, also called “Costa
del Golf”, holds the highest concentration of golf courses in Andalucía and the European
continent. Many of these courses, along with beaches, sunny weather and a rich and varied gastronomy, make the province of Málaga a main attraction for golfers.
Whether you are looking for learning the game or improving your ability, you will find
the widest range of courses and competitions at any time of the year, located nearby the
CIOMIJAS.
This programme is designed to provide students with the opportunity to combine Spanish language with Golf lessons.
Spanish language contents: Spanish language; communicative skills practice; specific golf
vocabulary; basic knowledge in Spanish culture and civilization (history, literature and art).
Golf practice: group lessons with an experienced and professional teacher in golf course
«La Noria», located close to CIOMIJAS.
Levels: A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 and C2 according to the Common European Framework Reference.
Minimum number of students per course: 6. In order to begin each weekly session we
need to have at least 6 students.
Maximum number of students per course: 30 (2 groups).
Course Length: Weekly (students may enrol in one or several weeks). A total of 20 hours
per week will be given (15 hours of spanish language and 5 hours of golf training).
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“COSTA LINGÜÍSTICA DEL GOLF” COURSE (SPANISH AND GOLF)
Timetable (Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays):
Timetable (Tuesdays and Thursdays):
hours
8:00-8:45
9:00-10:00
10:00-11:00
11:00-13:00
13:00-14:00
14:30-15:30
19:00-21:00
hours
8:00-8:45
9:00-10:50
10:50-11:10
11:10-12:00
12:00-14:00
14:30-15:30
19:00-21:00
Breakfast
Golf lesson
Break
Spanish language
Communicative practice
Lunch
Dinner
Breakfast
Spanish language
Break
Communicative practice
Spanish culture and civilization
Lunch
Dinner
Schedule and prices:
Months
(summer 2014)
June
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July
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August
September
Days
2-6
9-13
16-20
23-27
30/06-4
7-11
14-18
21-25
4-8
11-15
18-22
25-29
1-5
8-12
15-19
22-26
Week Registration fees
(course and full board accommodation in the
CIOMIJAS residence hall included*)
Hours/
week
Place reservation
Enrolment
TOTAL
20
57 €
228 €
285 €
20
57 €
228 €
285 €
20
57 €
228 €
285 €
20
57 €
228 €
285 €
* The golf club rental is not included. Its approximate price, depending on the offers, is 50 € per week.
Registration: see page 28 of this Catalogue.
INTENSIVE SPANISH COURSES (2014)
Course Length and Schedule: these courses are taught all year-round, in the evenings,
from Monday to Friday. 5 hours of daily classes: 2 hours of Spanish language, 2 hours of
communicative skills practice and 1 hour of audiovisual practice.
Except for the timetable and the healtcare insurance, the same academic and economic
conditions as those described in page 10 of this Catalogue are applied to these courses.
Registration: see page 28 of this Catalogue.
IV. CEE-UMA COURSES AT THE HISTORIC BUILDING OF
HOSPITAL REAL DE LA MISERICORDIA (MARBELLA, MÁLAGA)
These courses are held at an Historic building which belongs to the Marbella City Council,
“Hospital Real de la Misericordia”, located in the historic city centre:
Aula Universitaria “Hospital Real de la Misericordia”,
Delegación de Cultura y Enseñanza del Ayuntamiento de Marbella
Pza. Practicante Manuel Cantos, s/n. 29061 Marbella (Málaga)
Tfno.: 952 76 52 85. Fax: 952 82 89 60
e-mail: [email protected]
Facebook: Aula Universitaria de Marbella
Students who enrol in the courses and programmes held at this Aula universitaria will get
a 10% discount documenting their registration at the Marbella Town Hall.
SPANISH CULTURE AND CIVILIZATION PROGRAMME
Classes are held in the mornings. The same academic and economic conditions as those
described in page 20 of this Catalogue are applied to this programme.
Registration: see page 28 of this Catalogue.
WEEKLY INTENSIVE SPANISH COURSES (2014)
The same academic conditions as those described in page 11 of this Catalogue are applied
to these courses.
Minimun number of students: 5
Price: 181 € (Reservation Fee: 36,2 €. Registration: 144,8 €).
Registration: see page 28 of this Catalogue.
ONE-TO-ONE INTENSIVE COURSES
Spanish Language and Culture classes adapted to meet the specific needs of each student.
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This programme is designed to provide the student with a comprehensive knowledge of the
Spanish civilization. Students may choose the following contents: Spanish and Latin American Literature; History and Art of Spain and Latin America; Spanish cinema; Physical and
Human Geography of Spain; Society and Politics in Present-day Spain; Business Spanish.
V. FACULTY AND STAFF AT CEE-UMA
HEADSHIP
Headmaster
GASPAR GARROTE BERNAL: Ph.D. in Hispanic Philology (Universidad Complutense de Madrid). Professor of
Spanish Literature at the Universidad de Málaga and member of the University Board of Counselors.
Author of nine books in literary history and criticism, such as Trayectorias poéticas del Veintisiete and
Por amor a la palabra. Estudios sobre el español literario, Tres poemas a nueva luz, and more than
fifty philological essays. Author and coauthor of critical editions of Espinel, Moratín and Arguijo. Editor
of AnMal Electrónica.
Academic coordinator
SALVADOR PELÁEZ SANTAMARÍA: B.A. in Hispanic Philology with certificate of research aptitude in Análisis
Lingüistico (Universidad de Málaga). Associate Professor of Spanish Language at the Universidad de
Málaga. Author of Actividades para el Marco Común Europeo (C2) and coauthor of La enseñanza del
español como lengua extranjera a la luz del Marco Común Europeo, Spanish handbook Vale, 1, 2 y 3,
and EFE handbook Turismo y más.
TEACHING STAFF
Teacher responsible for academic sub coordination
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FRANCISCA CÁRDENAS BERNAL: B.A. in Hispanic Philology (Universidad de Málaga). Author of Vocabulario
Activo (2 volumes) and coauthor of La enseñanza del español como lengua extranjera a la luz del Marco
Común Europeo and Actividades para el Marco Común Europeo (C1).
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Teachers
EUGENIA LEÓN ATENCIA: Ph.D. in Hispanic Philology (Universidad de Málaga). Author of Dar que hablar:
propuestas de conversación para el ejercicio del lenguaje, La poesía de María Victoria Atencia, La
ahogada sirena (collection of poems) and philological articles.
MARÍA DOLORES MARTÍN ACOSTA: Ph.D. in Hispanic Philology (Universidad de Málaga) and Málaga Research
Award 2009 in Humanities category. Coauthor of Cuadernos de ejercicios nuevo avance 5 y 6.
MONTSERRAT PONS TOVAR: Ph.D. in Hispanic Philology and in Classical Philology (Universidad de Málaga).
Author of Estudio lingüístico de las Ordenanzas sevillanas and of various SFL teaching and philological
articles.
LAURA ESTEBAN ASENCIO: Ph.D. in Translation and Interpreting (Universidad de Málaga). Author of various
philological articles.
MARÍA TERESA GARCÍA GALÁN: Ph.D. in Hispanic Philology (Universidad de Málaga). Author of Esteticismo
como rebeldía. La poética de Pablo García Baena and Cuando baje la marea and Redes imprevistas
(collections of poems).
MARÍA JOSÉ FERNÁNDEZ DE LOS REYES: B.S. in Biology and in Hispanic Philology, and M.A. in Teaching of
Spanish as a Foreign Language (Universidad de Málaga).
PIEDAD ZURITA SÁENZ DE NAVARRETE: B.A. in English Philology (Universidad de Zaragoza) and Degree in Hispanic
Philology (Universidad de Málaga). Author of SFL Teaching articles and coauthor of La enseñanza del
español como lengua extranjera a la luz del Marco Común Europeo, Avance and Nuevo Avance methods
and of La banda de París in the collection Lee y disfruta (graduate readings).
ANTONIO HIERRO MONTOSA: B.A. in Hispanic Philology with certificate of research aptitude (Universidad de
Málaga). Author of SFL Teaching articles and coauthor of Actividades lúdicas para la clase de español,
Actividades para el Marco Común Europeo (C1), and graduate reading books.
YOLANDA DOMÍNGUEZ TRUJILLO: B.A. in Hispanic Philology with certificate of research aptitude in Linguistic
Analysis (Universidad de Málaga) and author of ELE Teaching articles.
JOSÉ MANUEL RODRÍGUEZ PAVÓN: B.A. in Hispanic Philology (Universidad de Málaga).
BEATRIZ PONS TOVAR: B.A. in History with certificate of research aptitude in Relations of gender, society and
culture in the Mediterranean ambit (Universidad de Málaga).
ÁLVARO GARCÍA GÓMEZ: B.A. in Journalism with certificate of research aptitude in Globalization in Iberoamerican
intercultural space (Universidad de Málaga).
JOSEFA GARCÍA NARANJO: B.A. in Hispanic Philology (Universidad de Málaga) and university expert and M.A. in
Teaching Spanish as a Second Language (Universidad Antonio de Nebrija de Madrid). Author of didactics
of culture anthology Cuentos, cuentos, cuentos (3 volumes), and coauthor, among other books, of
Actividades lúdicas para la clase de español and of the series of graduate readings Lee y disfruta.
MARÍA BELÉN GARCÍA ROMERO: B.A. in Hispanic Philology (Universidad de Málaga) and M.A. in Modern Languages
(Ottawa University). Coauthor of La enseñanza del español como lengua extranjera a la luz del Marco
Común Europeo and of Actividades para el Marco Común Europeo (C1).
FRANCISCA MIRANDA PAREDES: B.A. in Hispanic Philology and M.A. in Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language
(Universidad de Málaga). Coauthor of Actividades para el Marco Común Europeo (B2).
DANIEL MORA CABELLO: B.A. in Pedagogy, Associate’s degree in Musical Education and M.A. in Teaching of
Spanish as a Foreign Language (Universidad de Málaga). Author of Teaching articles and researcher
guitarist of flamenco.
SANDRA RECHE DELL’OLMO: B.A. in Advertising and Public Relations and master’s degree in Teaching of Spanish
as a Foreign Language (Universidad de Málaga).
FELISA RAMOS DÍAZ: B.A. in Hispanic Philology and university expert in Teaching of Spanish as a foreign language
(Universidad de Málaga).
PURIFICACIÓN ZAYAS LÓPEZ: B.A. in Hispanic Philology (Universidad de Málaga) and university expert in
Teaching of Spanish as a foreign language (Universidad Antonio de Nebrija de Madrid).
ROSA GARCÍA PIMENTEL: B.A. in Classical Philology (Universidad de Málaga). Coauthor of Actividades lúdicas
para la clase de español and La enseñanza del español como lengua extranjera a la luz del Marco
Común Europeo.
BEGOÑA DÍEZ HUÉLAMO: B.A. in Hispanic Philology (Universidad Complutense de Madrid). Author of Claves para
la lectura del «Relato de un náufrago» de Gabriel García Márquez, and coauthor of Obras clave de la
lírica española en lengua castellana.
CRISTINA ORTEGA MEDINA: B.A. in History of Art (Universidad de Granada) and course of Tourist Information
technician from the Junta de Andalucía.
ESTHER GARCÍA VÁZQUEZ: B.A. in Hispanic Philology (Universidad de Málaga).
ELENA NAVARRO OTERO: B.A. in Journalism (Universidad de Málaga).
GEMA ZARZUELA JIMÉNEZ: B.A. in Hispanic Philology (Universidad de Málaga).
JOSÉ CARLOS GODOY AGUILAR: Associate’s degree in Teaching speciality in Music (Universidad de Málaga).
CARLOS JAVIER DUARTE DUARTE: B.A. degree in Hispanic Philology with certificate of research aptitude in
Comparative Literature (Universidad de Málaga) and master’s degree in Teaching of Spanish as a Foreign
Language (Universidad Antonio de Nebrija de Madrid).
Teacher in charge of the Cultural mediation programme
ÁNGELA HERNÁNDEZ SÁNCHEZ: B.A. in English Philology (Universidad de Salamanca). Postgraduated studies in
North American Literature in (Frei universität Berlín). Advanced studies certificate in Fine Arts (Escuela
Superior de Arte “E. de la Carcova”, Universidad de Buenos Aires).
ADMINISTRATION AND INFORMATION
Secretary’s Office
M. CARMEN GORDO JIMÉNEZ, HÉCTOR MORENO CAMPOY, DANIEL ANTONIO VERGE LÓPEZ AND ISABEL MARTIN
AGUILAR.
Reception’s Office
JOSÉ CARLOS HARO RAMOS, JUAN LUIS ALCAIDE GUTIÉRREZ, PILAR FERNÁNDEZ LUNA, JAVIER JIMÉNEZ GRACIA
AND MARÍA ASCENSIÓN ROMERO MARTÍN.
Maintenance
ANTONIO MIGUEL PALMA RUIZ.
Management
INMACULADA MARCHENA GONZÁLEZ.
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Teacher in charge of the Virtual Classroom
VI. REGISTRATION PROCEDURE
All registrations are personal and non-transferable. Please read the general registration requirements to enrol in our courses and programmes in sections 1 to 7 of the following conditions:
1. Age. Students must be at least 16 to register.
2. Registration fees. Every registration consists of a place reservation fee (20% of the registration fee) and enrolment (80% of the registration fee). The total amount of the registration
fee (place reservation and enrolment) must be paid before the beginning of the chosen course or
programme.
3. Registration options. Students can choose from two different payment options:
— Total payment: you pay the total amount of the registration fees. All courses and
programmes in page 3 of this Catalogue preceded by letters C), D), E), F), G), H) and I)
accept only this payment option.
— Two-stage payment: You can first pay the place reservation fee, and later the enrolment fee.
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4. Bank account. Both, the place reservation fee or the total amount payment, may be paid in
cash or by bank transfer, free of charge, to the following account:
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UNICAJA
O.P. – Plaza de la Marina, 3 - 29015 Málaga
Payee: Fundación General de la Universidad de Málaga, Curso de Español para
Extranjeros
Bank code (IBAN): ES75 2103 0146 9500 3003 4388
Swift code (BIC): UCJAES2M
Student’s name and registering period should be clearly indicated on the copy of the bank transfer.
Any bank commissions or costs must be assumed by the student at the beginning of the course.
5. Credit card payment. Both registration options may also be paid with a credit card at the
Secretary´s Office of our Centre. Any bank commissions must be assumed by the student.
6. Documentation. Students who have already paid the full registration fee or the place reservation fee must send the following documents to the Secretary’s Office of Curso de Español para
Extranjeros de la Universidad de Málaga (Avda. de la Estación de El Palo, 4 — 29017 Málaga) or to
[email protected]:
— Completed registration form
— A photocopy of the bank-transfer receipt
— A passport-sized photograph
— A photocopy of the Identity Card (European Union citizens) or Passport
Students of courses A), B), C), D), G), H) and I), who want to take the care insurance and health
cover must communicate it to the Secretary’s Office.
7. Cancellation. Place reservation fee (20% of the registration fees), will not be reimbursed in
any case. In order to be entitled to reimbursement for the enrolment fees (80% of the registration
fee), students must communicate in writing to the Secretary’s Office their intention of cancelling
the registration, with the necessary documents justifying the cancellation, at least 10 days prior
to the beginning of the corresponding course. There will be no reimbursement after that date.
Any bank commissions or costs generated by the reimbursement of the enrolment fees, will be assumed by the student.
8. Duplicates. Each duplicate of a certificate costs 12 €.
9. Detailed report certificate. This certificate will be issued at the request of the student, who
will pay 21 € for it.
UNIVERSIDAD DE MÁLAGA
Curso de Español para Extranjeros
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REGISTRATION FORM
SURNAME/FAMILY NAME:
NAME:
………………………………………………………………………………………………….
……………………………………………
DATE OF BIRTH:
PASSPORT:
ADDRESS:


MALE
FEMALE
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…………………………………………… NATIONALITY: …………………………………………………….
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TOWN:
…………………………
E-MAIL:
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ADDRESS IN MÁLAGA:
COUNTRY:
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PHONE OR CELLULAR:
POST CODE:
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FAX:
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 BEGINNER
 BASIC
 INTERMEDIATE
 ADVANCED
Cancellation: In order to hold the right to the refund of the enrollment fees (80% of the registration
fees), I must communicate in writing to the Secretary’s Office of the School, at least 10 days before
the beginning of the corresponding course, my intention of cancelling the registration, justifying
the cause of such cancellation. For further information, I have read page 28 of this Catalogue.
DATE:
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SIGNATURE:
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In compliance with Organic Law 15/1999 dated 13th December, for Datos de Carácter Personal Personal, and Organic Law
34/2002 dated 11th July, for Servicios de la Sociedad de la Información y el Comercio Electrónico, you are hereby informed that
your personal data shall be processed and stored in files under the responsibility of Curso de Español para Extranjeros de la
Universidad de Málaga (CEE-UMA) for academic and administrative use. This includes the possibility of publishing lists on the
CEE-UMA web page and/or on notice boards at CEE-UMA (lists of accepted students, groups assigned, level test results, etc)
and/or any promotional and informative electronic mailing list sent by e-mail or text (SMS). Photos of students, taken during
events organized by CEE-UMA may be published on our web page and/or leaflets and brochures. You and your voice may be
registered for pedagogical or evaluation reasons. Your data will be communicated to collaborating bodies when necessary for
the organization of activities, the issuing of certificates or any other related relevant administrative matters. You may exercise
your rights to access, rectify, cancel or question this data by e-mailing the following address: [email protected], and indicating
“Data Protection” or “Cancellation Mailing List” in the message subject.
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LEVEL OF SPANISH KNOWLEDGE:
I WANT TO REGISTER FOR THE FOLLOWING COURSE OR COURSES AT
CAMPUS OF EL PALO, CITY OF MÁLAGA

 COMPLETE COURSE, OCTOBER 2014-MAY 2015

FIRST

SECOND
SESSION,
OCTOBER 2014-JANUARY 2015
SESSION,
FEBRUARY-MAY 2015
4 hours
3 hours
4 hours
3 hours
4 hours
3 hours
 APRIL
 OCTOBER
 MAY
 NOVEMBER
 JUNE
 DECEMBER
 TWO-WEEK OR THREE-WEEK INTENSIVE SPANISH COURSE (2014)  MONTH OR MONTHS: …………………
 2 weeks from ....... /...... / 2014 to ....... /...... 2014
 3 weeks from ....... /...... / 2014 to ....... /...... 2014
 51st Summer Courses, 2014
 ONE MONTH
 TWO MONTHS

June

July

August


THREE MONTHS

FOUR MONTHS, JUNE-SEPTEMBER
September
 SPANISH CULTURE AND CIVILIZATION PROGRAMME
 MONTH: ……………………………
2014
 COURSE FOR ERASMUS AND INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE STUDENTS
{  september
february 2015
2014
 SPECIAL LINGUISTIC PREPARATION FOR EXCHANGE STUDENTS
{  october-december
march-may 2015
 COURSE OF SPANISH LANGUAGE AND ITS CULTURAL REFERENCES {  course and accommodation
 course only
nd
 option 2
 22 COURSE OF DIDACTICS OF SPANISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE {  option 1
 COURSE OF LINGUISTIC PREPARATION FOR DELE EXAMS
 DELE EXAMS
 may 2014
 november 2014
{ 
regular
april-may
 intensive
 october-november
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 Spanish Intensive Courses, 2014
 JANUARY  FEBRUARY
 MARCH
JULY
AUGUST
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 SEPTEMBER
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67th Course of Hispanic Studies
I WOULD LIKE TO BOOK THE FOLLOWING COURSE OR COURSES
At Campus of El Palo (city of Málaga)
and Complutense (Madrid)
 SPANISH COURSE MÁLAGA-MADRID
 SESSION: …………………………………….
At CIOMIJAS (La Cala de Mijas, Málaga)
 “COSTA LINGÜÍSTICA DEL SOL” COURSE (SPANISH AND GASTRONOMY)
WEEK(S): ……………………………
 “COSTA LINGÜÍSTICA DEL GOLF” COURSE (SPANISH AND GOLF)
 WEEK(S): …………………….……
Intensive Spanish Courses (2014)
 JANUARY
 JULY
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 FEBRUARY
AUGUST
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 MARCH
SEPTEMBER
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 APRIL
OCTOBER
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 MAY
NOVEMBER
 JUNE
 DECEMBER
 SPANISH CULTURE AND CIVILIZATION PROGRAMME

MONTH:
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 INTENSIVE WEEKLY SPANISH COURSES
DATES:
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 ONE-TO-ONE INTENSIVE COURSES
DATES:
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At Aula Universitaria “Hospital Real de la Misericordia” (Marbella, Málaga)
ACCOMODATION REQUEST
SURNAME:
NAME:
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DATE OF BIRTH:
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MALE
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ADDRESS:
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TOWN:
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REGION OR STATE:
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POST CODE:
CELLULAR:
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COURSE
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 Single room
 In an apartment
 Málaga downtown
1
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X:
 Double room
 In a Spanish family homestay1
 Suburb of El Palo in Málaga
Half board (breakfast and lunch), room cleaning and change of bed linen is included
I MAKE THE FOLLOWING OBSERVATIONS REGARDING ACCOMMODATION:
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ARRIVAL DATE IN MÁLAGA:
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DEPARTURE DATE FROM MÁLAGA:
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I REQUEST INFORMATION ABOUT EXTRAACADEMIC ACTIVITIES AND CULTURAL EVENTS
DATE:
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In compliance with Organic Law 15/1999 dated 13th December, for Datos de Carácter Personal, and Organic Law 34/2002 dated
11th July for Servicios de la Sociedad de la Información y el Comercio Electrónico, you are hereby informed that your personal
data shall be processed and stored in files under the responsibility of Curso de Español para Extranjeros de la Universidad
de Málaga (CEE-UMA) for academic and administrative use. This includes the possibility of publishing lists on the CEE-UMA
web page and/or on notice boards at CEE-UMA (lists of accepted students, groups assigned, level test results, etc) and/
or any promotional and informative electronic mailing list sent by e-mail or text (SMS). Photos of students, taken during
events organized by CEE-UMA may be published on our web page and/or leaflets and brochures. You and your voice may be
registered for pedagogical or evaluation reasons. Your data will be communicated to collaborating bodies when necessary for
the organization of activities, the issuing of certificates or any other related relevant administrative matters. You may exercise
your rights to access, rectify, cancel or question this data by e-mailing the following address: [email protected], and indicating
“Data Protection” or “Cancellation Mailing List” in the message subject.
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