The University of Granada Modern Languages Center (CLM) is one of the leading institutions in Spain in the field of laguage learning. It is one of a kind thanks to its highly-qualified and specialised teaching staff. Using a communicative approach, special emphasis is given to interaction in real-life situations.
The Center's installations located in the old Realejo District, consist of two main buildings: the beautiful 16th century Palace of Santa Cruz and the Huerta de los Angeles Mansion. Both combine the beauty and warmth of historical buildings with the most modern technical equipment.
Another attraction of CLM is its singular multicultural and multilingual atmosphere. Foreign students can share their daily lives with those of Spanish students learning different foreign languages, thus stimulating a mutual interest in their different languages and cultures.
Be immersed in Spanish language, culture, cuisine and tradition in a city renowned for its flamenco artists, guitar craftsmanship and Federico García Lorca.
Witness the social interactions of the local, university, gypsy and immigrant communities in one lively plaza.
Enjoy the dramatic contrasts between the old world and the new that will co-exist in your daily life, buying muffins from cloistered nuns at a 16th century convent and a coffee from the nearby fast food joint.
Learn Spanish in an environment that will prepare you for future interactions with Spanish speakers from all over the world.
Where can you ...
Take college-level courses in Intensive Spanish Language, Spanish Language and Culture, or Hispanic Studies?
Study a modern world language including: Arabic, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian and Swedish?*
Complete an internship** in a local business, educational institution or volunteering organization?
Enroll in classes with Spanish students at other Schools of the University of Granada?
Participate in a diverse and dynamic university community of students and faculty from all of Spain and the world over?
at The CLM!
- A minimun of five students at the same level of the language are required to run these classes.
All CLM programs include:
- Official documents for the Spanish Visa application
<li>Comprehensive onsite orientation programme</li> <li>Extensive Medical Insurance coverage</li> <li>24-hour Emergency contact</li> <li>Full-board accommodation with Spanish host families</li> <li>Cultural and outdoor activities and regional trips</li> <li>Language partner program</li> <li>Access to University of Granada library and sports services</li> <li>Official Grade Certificates</li>
About the School
Since restoration was completed in 1992, the new Centro de Lenguas Modernas offers not only its now renowned Spanish Courses for Foreigners (Hispanic Studies Course (CEH), Spanish Language and Culture ... Read More