Summer Intensive Spanish 20h (3 WEEKS)


Course of 20 hours per week, 3 hours + 1 hour of oral expression and reinforcement per day from Monday to Friday mornings. All levels. More information in contents.

The summer courses of the Centre d’Idiomes Universitat de València are aimed at all those who wish to begin, extend, or perfect their knowledge of the Spanish language and culture. All courses follow the specifications of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages and lessons are developed with a communicative methodology based on the idea of “learning by doing”.

These summer courses are perfect for people who visit us between June and September, at least for two weeks, who want to make faster progress in learning Spanish Language and Culture, and who can attend lessons every day, from Monday to Friday, for 4 hours a day. in the morning from 9:00 to 13:30 with a break from 11:00 to 11:30. During the last hour of the course, participants will work on their oral expression with different types of communicative activities. One or two Fridays a month, we will also take outdoor classes, in paradigmatic places in the city, where we will put our knowledge into practice through activities tutored by the teachers.

Courses can be taken from A1 level to C1 level, depending on the previous knowledge of those interested.

You can choose a Monday from the 3rd of June to the 9th of September to join one of our summer groups and train your Spanish from 2 to 16 weeks during the whole summer. In the afternoon you can enjoy our social club where social, cultural and tourist activities are programmed for those who want to continue practising and get to know a bit more about Valencian culture.

In the information dossier you can download complete information about the programme.

To book accommodation with one of the residences offered, you can see the dossier of residences and send an email to



If the interested person has previous knowledge, it is recommended to take the online level test. If the person has no previous knowledge, it is recommended that he/she enrols in an A1 level course. If you have any doubts about your level, you can make an appointment for an interview with the Spanish coordinator and, if necessary, take a level test on the Monday of the first day of the course.