Intensive Spanish in Oviedo

Intensive Spanish in Oviedo

This 5-week program includes 100 hours of intensive Spanish courses taught by University of Oviedo professors and is designed for Intermediate through advanced level students.

All courses are taught in Spanish and emphasize reading, writing, listening and speaking. You will attend courses with US and other international students. You will stay in a homestay within walking or a short bus ride the city center and campus.  In-class learning is complemented by field trips, guided visits and other group activities included in the program fee. The GEO programs offer you full support and are preceded by an intensive orientation.

Subjects

  • Spanish Language Literature And Studies

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