University pathway programme
Our University Pathway Programme is designed specifically for international students who wish to continue their academic studies at Spanish universities. The programme provides students with the minimum level of Spanish necessary to prepare for the exams required by each university. With a comprehensive approach to language training and exam preparation, we ensure that our students are well-equipped to achieve their academic goals.
What does the pathway consist of?
Our course consists of two parts, a basic part dedicated to the teaching of Spanish and a second part dedicated to the preparation of the specific university entrance exam.
1. Spanish Language Training
Our programme begins with a super-intensive Spanish course, providing students with 30 hours of teaching per week until they reach a B2 level. We recommend that students start face-to-face preparation with a minimum level of A2. Our experienced teachers use the latest teaching methods to help students achieve their language learning goals. We also provide additional language support outside of class, such as one-to-one tutorials and conversation practice.
2. PCE Exam Preparation
Our programme provides students with super-intensive instruction in the specific subject or subjects required for the PCE exam. Our experienced teachers use the latest teaching methods to help students master the key concepts and skills needed to excel on the exam. We also offer practice exams and feedback to help students identify areas of weakness and focus their exam preparation.
Why study your University Pathway at IH Madrid?
From level: A2
Total hours: 30 hours per week.
Total weeks: 12 weeks. From July to September.
Preparation for University access (PCE)
Total weeks: 28 weeks. From October to May.
Timetable: to be confirmed.
Price for both courses: 5890€
Included in University pathway courses:
- All course materials and enrolment fees.
- Unlimited access to our cultural and social programme.
- Supoort applying for your higher education course.
Frequently asked questions
In order to take the entrance exams for foreigners (PCE) it is necessary to have completed studies equivalent to the baccalaureate and to come from an EU country or a country that has signed a reciprocity agreement with Spain. In the event that the country of origin does not have an agreement with Spain, the student needs to request the homologation of their studies to the Spanish baccalaureate.
Given the importance and scope of the knowledge test, it is necessary to reach a B2 level before starting the second phase. As a Spanish language school we work to ensure that the student achieves his or her objectives. In cases where, due to lack of time, the student does not reach the required level, he/she can extend the Spanish course and join the second phase at a later date. If, on the other hand, the student reaches the level earlier than expected, a shorter course can also be arranged to suit the student’s needs.
The PCE test is usually held in May/June.
Our course supports the student with information and advice on further studies and all learning material is included in the course.
We also offer accommodation for our students and a weekly cultural programme.
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