By the end of the microcredential, you’ll be able to...
- Have a basic factual knowledgebase and range of vocabulary
- Understand and use familiar everyday expressions and high frequency vocabulary in predictable situations
- Produce short, simple texts, e.g. writing a postcard
- Have basic intercultural awareness to enable them to understand simple references to the most common aspects of the culture, everyday life and current issues in the country/countries where Spanish is spoken
- Be able to read, assess and analyse short, simple texts, and engage in evaluative thinking using given criteria
- Objectively compare some aspects of the new culture to their own using the tools of intercultural learning
Students are encouraged to enrol on the free ‘Learn Spanish for Global Communication: Level 1’ course prior to joining this microcredential.
From 25 Jan 2021
Learn Spanish for Global Communication (Level 1)
Learn the basics of Spanish - speaking, reading, writing and listening - to develop your professional life and career.
15 hours per week
After you have taken oral and written exams at the end of the course, you’ll receive your grade within four weeks; the pass mark is 50 out of 100.
You’ll then receive a digital certificate of attendance and transcript once you have found out your result.