In 2013, UVM’s Spanish Center became an Accredited and Associated Center of the Cervantes Institute, one of two in all of Chile.
Upon arriving to our center students are given an oral and written exam to determine their language level. Based on their scores they will be eligible to take core Spanish classes and/or and Spanish elective courses. Students with an advanced (C1) level of Spanish can take classes in the Literature and Linguistics Department of the university.More Info Download CEFR
Program Price: $3150US
No previous knowledge of Spanish is required for students to participate in the Spanish Center classes, as we offer courses starting from the beginner level. The UVM respects the home university’s requirements regarding the maximum and minimum courses a student should take while abroad.
We invite all students to talk with their academic advisors in their home universities about how many credits they should take while studying with the UVM in order to maintain their full-time student status. International students should also speak with their advisors to understand how their grades and credits will transfer back.