Spanish Immersion in Oviedo

Spanish Immersion in Oviedo

You will take your core language courses in Spanish (intermediate and advanced levels) through the Curso de Lengua y Cultura Españolas para Extranjeros (ELE) at the University of Oviedo. At ELE you will attend courses with US and other international students. A cross-cultural communications course, taught in English, is conducted by local faculty. 

You will immerse yourself in courses focused on Spain—intensive Spanish language, humanities, and social sciences—at the Curso de Lengua y Cultura Españolas para Extranjeros (ELE). At ELE, you will attend courses with US and other international students. ELE instructors, experts in their field, have extensive experience teaching US and international students. A cross-cultural communications course, taught in English by local faculty, provides you the opportunity to explore and process your study abroad experience.

Subjects

  • Spanish Language Literature And Studies

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