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INSTRUCTIONS TO APPLY FOR THE SPANISH COURSES

-CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SCHOOL

  • Address:  Batalla del Villalar, st. (between Cantabria Ave. and the Vena river) 09006 Burgos
  • Telephone number: (34) 947 244340. Fax: (34) 947 244295
  • Administration opening hours for enrolment: from 9 am to 2 pm (Monday to Friday)

 

-REQUIREMENTS TO APPLY AT THE EOI (Official School of Languages)

  • You must be living in Spain and be holder of a valid passport.
  • You need to be older than 14.
  • It is required to pay the registration fee before the course starts.
  • It is also recommended to present a Certificate of studies or similar document as proof of your education level (primary  studies required)

 

-INSTRUCTIONS TO APPLY AT THE EOI

     Online enrolment has been implemented as the main way to access the courses, but if any student has any doubt or question, he or she is encouraged to ask for guidance at 'secretaría' at the EOI Building

 

New students

  • Go to the web page of the School, on the section 'matrícula'
  • Fill in all the data required there, the course selected and the correspondant fee (ordinary, reduced, etc.) 
  • Print the document and take it to the bank before three days to pay the course fee
  • Take the bank receipt, a picture and a photocopy and original passport to the School 



 -REGISTRATION FEES (year 2013/14)

All the courses have a duration of 120 hours of class and this is the complete fee. 

  • New students: 160,80
  • Old students: 130,80 €
  • Placement test: 30€

    These fees are slightly increased each year and may also vary according to some personal circumstances. For further information, please contact the school information web page or the administration office. Official and external students pay the same fees.

 

 

-PLACEMENT TEST

     Those new students that wish to have direct access to any level (except 1º Basic Level) will have to pass a placement test. It will be held before the start of the classes and later on they will have to register as official students.

The dates for the placement test for the academic year 13/14 are:

  • first semester: September, 24th  4pm
  • second semester: February, 4th  4pm

New students that wish to enrol on the 1st course Basic Level do not need to pass the placement test.

 

    This test is not an official exam, as it is just designed to place the student in an adequate level. It has no academic value. The students will have to provide their passport as well as the writing tools necessary for the performance of the test.

 

 

-LEVELS AVAILABLE

     There are six levels according to the skills that appear at the 'Common European Framework of Reference for Languages', so the Basic Level corresponds to A1 and A2, the Intermediate to B1 and the Advanced to B2/C1.

 

BEGINING AND SCHEDULE OF THE COURSE FOR OFFICIAL STUDENTS (13/14)

 

COURSE

      1st SEMESTER          September, 30th / February, 7th

    2nd SEMESTER        February, 10th / June, 13th

      BASIC        LEVEL

16-18h

Monday /Thursday

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16- 18h

Monday /Friday

INTERMEDIATE LEVEL

17-19h

Monday /Thursday

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17-19h

Monday /Friday

ADVANCED LEVEL

19-21h

Monday /Thursday

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19-21h

Monday /Friday

                                     -Documents will be accepted until the beginning of the course-

 

 

-ATTENDANCE

     For official students, a 60% attendance rate is compulsory. Failure to attend a lesson will not be taken into consideration if justified by means of a medical or company certificate. Students who do not attend the minimum number of lessons lose their right to continuous assessment, although their right to a final exam is not affected.

 

 

-TYPES OF ENROLMENT

  • Official:  where the student is integrated in a group attending lessons regularly throughout a complete academic course (120 class-hours)
  • External: This modality only gives you the right to take an exam to obtain the Basic, Intermediate and Advanced Level, but not to attend classes. Official students will not be allowed to apply as external students in the same language. The requirements and fee to register are the same as for the official students. 

 

-EVALUATION

     Continuous assessment will be implemented in everyday lessons, but it will be mainly done through a final exam. If a student fails to get a pass grade, they may take another exam in the following months, similar to the February or June examinations.

 

 

-EXTERNAL EXAMS

     The students that may not be able to attend classes or that will not wish to register as official students, are allowed to register as external students. They will then sit an exam corresponding to the Basic Level, Intermediate Level and Advanced Level, similar to the one taken by the official students in their own level.

     These exams will be held at the beginning of June and/or September. The dates to register are established at the beginning of March. The requirements to register for external students are described above.

 

 

-THE SPANISH DEPARTMENT

    The Spanish department is formed by two teachers in charge of the classes and the design of the free and official exams.

For further information or comments in English or Spanish, please contact:

  • Rodrigo González Sánchez. Department chief. Contact hours: Tuesdays from 4 to 5 p.m.
  • María D. Rey Cortés. Contact hours: Wednesdays from 6 to 7 p.m.   

You can as well contact us via email here formulario de contacto 

 

 
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