The CASA Granada Center offers academic programs for students at all levels of Spanish language proficiency: beginner to bilingual. A student is enrolled in the appropriate program based on his/her exact level of Spanish:

 Intensive Spanish Language: Students with beginner to low-intermediate levels of Spanish (including none at all) will be enrolled in a semester of intensive Spanish classes that will dramatically advance their language learning. Students at the intermediate levels of Spanish may also enroll in this program with the approval of their home institutions.

Spanish Language and Culture: Students with intermediate to advanced levels of Spanish language proficiency (Levels B1.2 and B2.1) will take a full load of courses at the University of Granada’s Center for Modern Languages. The semester course load includes conversation and composition classes, grammar classes, and content classes in a wide array of subject areas.

Hispanic Studies: Students with advanced levels of Spanish language proficiency (B2.1 in the fall; B2.2 in the spring) can take a full load of courses at the University of Granada’s Center for Modern Languages. The semester course load includes conversation and composition classes, grammar classes, and content classes in a wide array of subject areas.

 University Studies: Students with high-advanced levels of Spanish language proficiency (B2.2 or above) are directly enrolled in courses offered at the various schools of the University of Granada.

 Translation and Interpretation: Students with exceptional Spanish language skills (C1 or above) may directly enroll in a semester program of study at the University of Granada’s prestigious School of Translation and Interpretation.  This program prepares students for careers that require significant expertise in a second language.

IMPORTANT: Students must be very clear on which (if not all) of the Granada programs are approved for credit by their home institutions.