Aula Hispánica

Experience in European Projects



European project Grundtvig - ICCORD

“The global village” has come nearer to every community in Europe, because of increased travelling all over the world, the opening of the European Union to new countries, the admission of immigrants and refugees to the countries, and the influence of news coverage in worldwide media. In every part of Europe various cultures are meeting each other.

European project Grundtvig - STRATFORD

The main goal of this Grundtvig 2 project denominated "STRATFORD" (New Strategies For Promoting Foreign Language Learning in Disadvantaged Areas) is to exchange experiences, practices and methods of education to promote the learning of foreign languages in rural areas.
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European project Grundtvig - PILGWAY

The Pilgrim Way - Route To Cultural and Social Integration in Europe Partnership (PILGWAY) aims to further heighten the level of cultural awareness and mutual understanding among the various nationalities within Europe.

European project KA2 - ESEDI

The European Language Stage (ESEDI) is a multilateral project which aims to improve teaching and learning foreign languages in Europe through a new didactic material: a multilingual theater play. It will be performed in five languages, in centres in Germany, Spain, France, Bulgaria and Rumania, where they have detected difficulties in languages learning motivation.

Social Media and Adult Training

SMAT - Social Media & Adult Trainings utilizes personal mobilities and ongoing discussion to provide a forum, in which adult education trainers discuss the teaching applications of social media. Although EU reports show the increasing usages of the internet and social media in general there are not many examples of successfully implemented methods for trainings based on social media. This partnership is sharing its knowledge in this area.

First european projects experience

Aula Hispánica has been taking part as a coordinator and a partner in four European Projects to increase the international relations with other language schools, training centers, institutions and organizations in which is taught Spanish as a foreign language and other foreign languages.

Grants for Swedish students

Aula Hispánica is the only school in Aragón (middle of the Pyrenees) recognised by the Swedish organisation CSN and our students can receive grants in order to accomplish their Spanish studies.

Practical approach of Spanish methodology for Spanish teachers

Course addressed to non-native Spanish teachers who work in adult education centers and who have a minimum Spanish level equivalent to the intermediate B1 of European Common Marco. Participants will have to do a placement test before coming to show they have this level. Maximum number of participants on the course will be limited to 15. They will be divided in two groups. The predominance of single country will be avoided as much as possible. Students will receive a program a month before the beginning of the course, as well as a description of the different optional social activities that will be developed besides the course.

Spanish Teaching through drama didactics

Course addressed to non-native Spanish teachers who work in adult education centers and who have a minimum Spanish level equivalent to the intermediate B2 of European Common Marco. This course will show the results of the european project ESEDI (European Language Stage), coordinated by Aula Hispánica. It will be worked the selection of the best workshops and didactics implemented in the project. Maximum number of participants on the course will be limited to 15. They will be divided in two groups. The predominance of single country will be avoided as much as possible

Teacher Training Courses

We offer an excellent Teacher Development course which cover all aspects of Spanish language teaching. Courses are tailored to your professional needs, and our friendly, qualified trainers are always on hand to offer expert advice. These courses are specially for none native Spanish teachers. We work max. with 6 students per classroom to increase their speaking participation and intervention during the lessons.