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  • EduEspaña | Política de Cookies
    Usuario nuestra web La primera finalidad de las cookies es la de facilitar al Usuario un acceso más rápido a los Servicios seleccionados Las cookies nos permiten recoger datos a efectos estadísticos como puede ser fecha de registro visitas a la web procedencia navegador utilizado 1 TIPOS DE COOKIES FINALIDAD Y FUNCIONAMIENTO COOKIES DE REGISTRO Se generan una vez que el Usuario se ha registrado o posteriormente ha abierto su sesión y se utilizan para identificarle en los Servicios con el objetivo de comprobar si el Usuario está autorizado para acceder a ciertos Servicios COOKIES DE ANALÍTICAS Cada vez que el Usuario visita un Servicio una herramienta externa Google Analitycs Google Analitycs utiliza cookies para ayudar al sitio Web a analizar el uso que hacen los Usuarios del sitio La información que genera la cookie acerca de su uso del sitio Web será directamente transmitida y archivada por Google en sus servidores de EEUU Google usará esta información por cuenta nuestra con el propósito de seguir la pista de su uso del sitio Web recopilando informes de actividad del sitio Web y prestando otros servicios relacionados con la actividad del sitio y el uso de Internet COOKIES PUBLICITARIAS DE TERCEROS Eduespaña ofrece a sus anunciantes la posibilidad de servir anuncios a través de terceros Ad Servers De este modo estos terceros pueden almacenar cookies enviadas desde los Servicios de Eduespaña procedentes de navegadores de los Usuarios así como acceder a los daos que en ellas se guardan Las empresas que generan estas cookies tienen su propias políticas de privacidad 2 CÓMO DESHABILITAR LAS COOKIES EN LOS PRINCIPALES NAVEGADORES Normalmente es posible dejar de aceptar las cookies del navegador o dejar de aceptar las cookies de un Servicio en concreto Todos los navegadores modernos permiten cambiar la configuración de cookies Estos

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  • EduEspaña - English | About us
    This program enables the Spanish education providers attend and participate in the main international education fairs worldwide Furthermore this scheduled program of activities includes promotion activities to be carried out on the five continents and helps the Spanish education providers get in touch with their main target audience face to face at an international level Eduespaña offers counselling and information services to those international students that decide to learn Spanish in Spain or study in Spain These information counselling services are also available for the Spanish education providers that are members of Eduespaña and include monthly and yearly reports on the situation and evolution of figures on foreign students in Spain market research studies courses and seminars oriented towards the improvement of the education centers and the qualification of its professionals as well as the coordination and exchange of information between the main associations of international education Counseling professionals For a better development of this task Eduespaña has signed several agreements with various public and private institutions within Spain and abroad We can point out those signed with Instituto Cervantes Federación Española de Centros de Idiomas FECEI Spanish Federation of Spanish Language Centers and Associación Española de Escuelas de Negocios

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  • EduEspaña - English | Basic Education
    the future of the Spanish education system which is immersed in a globalized world Without a doubt the Spanish language shared by more than 400 million people and the official language in 21 countries as the main working instrument in the system is an asset that has to be taken into account when envisioning a training itinerary Infant School Infant school for children up to six years of age contributes to the physical intellectual affective social and moral development of children Infant school is comprised of two cycles The first cycle for children up to 3 years of age and the second from three to six years of age Primary Education Primary education comprises six academic courses from 6 to 12 years of age organized in 3 cycles each of them 2 years long It is a mandatory and free educational stage Its aim is to promote socialization among boys and girls ease their incorporation into the culture and contribute to their progressive autonomy of action within their environment The education is organized in Areas taught by Teachers Mandatory Secondary Education The ESO Mandatory Secondary Education extends over a four year span after the PRIMARY EDUCATION stage It provides the necessary training to continue studies either in the Baccalaureate or in a Middle Grade Vocational Training The student body starts this stage at twelve years of age and finishes it when they are sixteen The Baccalaureate The Baccalaureate is the last stage of Secondary Education it is voluntary and it last for two courses usually between the ages of 16 and 18 The Baccalaureate has four different options which have been established to meet either the diversity of subsequent studies or the variety of interests capabilities and aptitudes shown by teenagers at this age The four options are as follows Arts Health and Nature Science Social Sciences and Humanities Technology The completion of this stage grants the student the Baccalaureate Diploma Título de Bachiller Vocational training Vocational training within the educational system is aimed at the training of students for an activity in a professional sector providing them with a polyvalent training that will allow their adaptation to work related modifications which they may encounter throughout their life It includes both base vocational training and specific vocational training of middle and higher grade Artistic Trainig Music and dance Music and dance training comprises three grades Elementary grade lasting 4 years Middle grade structured in three cycles each lasting two academic years Higher grade comprised of one unique cycle whose duration in based on the specific characteristics of the training Elementary grade For the elementary grade in music and dance training the Education Board establishes admissions criteria that take into account amongst other circumstances the ideal age at which to go through this kind of training Middle grade In order to be admitted in the middle grade of music and dance training students have to pass a specific admissions test Completing the third cycle of the middle grade of Music or

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  • EduEspaña - English | higher education
    Diploma Diplomatura Technical Architecture Arquitectura Técnica or Technical Engineering Ingeniería Técnica Two cycle studies with no intermediate degree In this case the studies are organized by cycles but completing the first cycle does not grant the right to any degree and it therefore does not constitute a complete cycle of academic studies nor does it provide with any specific professional qualification Veterinary Science Medicine etc They may last between four and five years with a class load no lower than 300 credits Two cycle studies with intermediate degree In this case the completion of the first cycle will grant a Diploma Technical Engineer of Technical Architect degree allowing for the continuation onto the second cycle in order to obtain the degree of Graduate Licenciado Engineer Ingeniero or Architect Arquitecto University degrees Spanish universities are autonomous entities of public right and they can therefore establish their own academic offer At present the aforementioned academic offer may be twofold Official degrees valid in the whole of the Spanish territory Degrees specific to each University GRADING SYSTEM Grades are based on the points obtained over a maximum of 10 0 0 4 9 SUSPENSO SS 5 0 6 9 APROBADO AP 7 0 8 9 NOTABLE NT 9 0 10 0 SOBRESALIENTE SB 9 6 10 0 MATRÍCULA DE HONOR MH The ECTS has been established as follows A EXCELLENT Extraordinary performance with only minor errors B VERY GOOD Above the average but with a few mistakes C GOOD In general good work but some notable errors D SATISFACTORY Good but with significant room for improvement E SUFFICIENT The performance is just over the minimum level required FX FAIL A little more work is necessary on order to obtain the credits F FAIL A lot more work is necessary EQUIVALENCE WITH THE ECTS The approximate equivalence of the numeric grade according to the Spanish scale of 10 corresponds to the following ECTS grades 9 6 10 MH Matrícula de Honor A EXCELLENT 9 0 10 0 SB Sobresaliente B VERY GOOD 7 0 8 9 NOTABLE NT 7 0 8 9 NT Notable C GOOD 6 0 6 9 AP Aprobado D SATISFACTORY 5 0 5 9 AP Aprobado E SUFFICIENT 3 0 4 9 SS Suspenso F FAIL 0 3 0 SS Suspenso FX FAIL INSTITUTIONS FOR NON UNIVERSITY HIGHER STUDIES In a parallel way during the last few years there has been a surge in organizations and institutions oriented towards post degree studies and continuous education which has significantly multiplied the diversity of studies and training available The variety and specialization of the teaching profiles of each of these organizations makes it difficult to provide an exact classification although they could be considered as centres for post degree studies and business schools The main characteristics of the studies available in these centres combine a high degree of specialization a high level of academic demands a shorter length of the programmes between 8 and 24 months than the ones of official courses

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  • EduEspaña - English | Living in Spain
    Temperatures range between 10 y 21º C 50 and 70º F CURRENSY AND EXCHANGE RATE Spain is part of the Euro Zone This union is now made up of the following nations Spain France Germany Portugal Italy Greece Belgium Luxemburg the Netherlands Austria and Finland All members share the same currency which makes movement among member states easier Traveler s checks can generally be cashed at any bank though one might have to go to aspecific office or branch A credit card is much more convenient as a means of payment Most businesses accept credit cards such as Visa American Express Mastercard and Diners Club Major cities have private cash exchange facilities some of which also take traveler s checks These establishments usually have a service charge For current Euro exchange rates go to www oanda com convert classic As an example coffee at a café costs between 1 00 and 1 20 euros A Big Mac menu is 6 euros a fixed menu 2 courses dessert drinks between 7 and 10 euros HOURS By and large business hours for most shops in the country start at 10 00 am and last till 2 00 pm Monday thru Saturday Later day hours usually go from 5 00 pm to 8 00 pm Department stores have continuous hours and boutiques and department store establishments usually are open for business on the first Sunday of the month Restaurants are open from 1 00 pm to 4 00 pm for lunch and from 8 00 pm to 11 00 pm for dinner One may find that some small eateries bars and cafés serve certain dishes at any time of the day Bank offices are open from 8 30 am to 2 30 pm Monday thru Friday And from October to April they are also open Saturdays from 9 00 am to 1 00 pm Most public services such as city councils and health centers are open from 9 00 am to 2 00 pm Monday thru Friday EVERYDAY LIFE IN SPAIN Breakfast Typically breakfast is made up of a glass of café au lait café con leche or cocoa apastry or toasts with butter and jam or olive oil Many people have a quick coffee at home and then have something else at a bar or café Freshly squeezed orange juice is common for breakfast Most Spaniards take a mid morning break to get some strength back until lunchtime which is a bit later in Spain than in the rest of Europe This second break is usually for café au lait and something light to snack Although it depends on the regions and activity we can say that breakfast at home is normally between 7 00 and 8 00 Lunch This is the main meal of the day Lunch is usually between 1 30 pm and 4 00 pm During these hours all restaurants bars and cafés offer food The most common meal is a day s menu menú del día which includes

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  • EduEspaña - English | Visa Policy
    or equivalent document issued by the authorities in the country of origin or in the country where the student has resided during the previous five years This certificate must not contain records for any crimes contemplated by the Spanish legal framework 3 The embassy or consular office may request the applicants to appear before them and when deemed necessary go through a personal interview so as to be able to verify the applicant s identity the validity of his her personal documentation and other documents presented the regularity of the stay or residence in the country of application the nature of the studies or research to be performed and the guarantees of return to the country of residence The failure of the applicant to appear within the fixed period which may not exceed fifteen days will result in the applicant being considered as having abandoned the application request and the procedure will be filed 4 If the applicant accredits all the personal conditions required the consular office will ask through telematic means when possible directly or through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation for a favourable report from the corresponding Government s Delegation or Sub delegation regarding the compliance with the requisites for the student s stay in Spain The aforementioned report must be communicated through central bodies of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation to the consular office which requested it within seven days from the reception of the mentioned request after which date if no response has been obtained a favourable outcome will be assumed 5 In addition and only in the event that the centre in which the studies are going to take place is not included in the Register listed in Article 87 2 b the consular office will request through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation the favourable report from the Government s Delegation or Sub delegation in the territory where the study centre is located The aforementioned report must be communicated through central bodies of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation to the consular office which requested it within fifteen days from the reception of the mentioned request after which date if no response has been obtained a favourable outcome will be assumed The embassy or consular office in compliance with the rest of the requirements will decide on the request and issue if applicable the corresponding student visa within a maximum period of one month 6 In the event that the visa is granted the foreign student must collect it within two months from its notification If not collected within the mentioned time limit it will be understood that the students waives his right to the granted visa and the procedure will be filed 7 If the stay for studies was to last longer than six months the foreign student must request the corresponding foreign student card within a month from his her effective entry into Spain Article 88 Renewal 1 The authorization of stay for study purposes may

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  • EduEspaña - English | Sectorial Data
    750 TOTAL 10 PRIMERAS 83 914 Total Univers Públicas sin UNED 1 215 657 Total Univ Privadas sin UOC 99 371 Suma 10 primeras s total sin UNED 42 18 Suma 10 primeras s total sin UOC 84 45 UNED no incluida 133 591 UOC no incluida 33 423 CURSO 2002 2003 10 Principales Universidades Públicas Nº alumnos 10 Principales Universidades Privadas Nº alumnos 1 Complutense de Madrid 89 050 1 Ramón Llull 12 413 2 Sevilla 67 147 2 Deusto 11 935 3 Granada 56 303 3 Navarra 10 305 4 Barcelona 55 386 4 Alfonso X El Sabio 10 126 5 País Vasco Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea 52 619 5 San Pablo C E U 8 161 6 Valencia Estudi General 50 224 6 Pontificia Comillas 8 057 7 Politécnica de Madrid 43 496 7 Pontificia de Salamanca 7 805 8 Santiago de Compostela 41 654 8 Europea de Madrid 7 066 9 Zaragoza 37 410 9 Cardenal Herrera CEU 6 667 10 Autónoma de Barcelona 37 080 10 Católica San Antonio 4 564 TOTAL 10 PRIMERAS 530 369 TOTAL 10 PRIMERAS 87 099 Total Univers Públicas sin UNED 1 359 920 Total Univ Privadas sin UOC 101 278 Suma 10 primeras s total sin UNED 39 00 Suma 10 primeras s total sin UOC 86 00 UNED no incluida 133 591 UOC no incluida 25 783 Fuente Estadísticas del Consejo de Coordinación Universitaria Avances Estadísticos Cursos 2002 2003 y 2003 2004 EVOLUCIÓN DE LOS NÚMEROS DE ALUMNOS EXTRANJEROS EN UNIVERSIDADES PÚBLICAS Y PRIVADAS 1997 98 1998 99 1999 00 2000 01 2001 02 2002 03 2003 04 TOTAL ALUMNOS UNIVERSIDADES 1 582 329 1 582 795 1 589 473 1 555 750 1 525 659 1 506 248 1 482 042 Nº Alumnos extranjeros 11 551 11 236 11 325 14 051 14 819 18 416 21 983 s total de alumnos 0 73 0 71 0 71 0 90 0 97 1 22 1 48 Universidades Públicas 1 500 000 1 489 155 1 486 912 1 438 294 1 403 264 1 378 869 1 349 248 Nº Alumnos extranjeros 11 100 10 717 10 653 12 978 13 675 16 986 19 558 s total de alumnos 0 74 0 72 0 72 0 90 0 97 1 23 1 45 Universidades Privadas y de la Iglesia Católica 82 000 93 640 102 561 117 456 122 395 127 379 132 794 Nº Alumnos extranjeros 451 519 672 1 073 1 144 1 430 2 425 s total de alumnos 0 55 0 55 0 66 0 91 0 93 1 12 1 83 Fuente Consejo de Coordinación Universitaria Avance Estadístico Curso 2003 20044 EVOLUCIÓN DEL NÚMERO DE ALUMNOS EXTRANJEROS POR CC AA MUNIDAD AUTÓNOMA CURSO 2003 04 TOTAL ALUMNOS Total Extranjeros Extranjeros de la U E Otros Extranjeros Porcentaje Extranjeros Andalucía 241 931 3 212 588 2 624 1 33 Aragón 35 471 182 38 144 0 51 Asturias Ppdo de 33 419 124 23 101 0 37 Balears Illes 12 138 339 148 191 2 79 Canarias 46 665 817 275 542 1 75 Cantabria 12 237 91 22 69 0 74 Castilla La Mancha 29 035 218 114 104 0 75 Castilla y León 90 157 1 099 324 775 1 22 Cataluña 221 376 3 387 989 2 398 1 53 Extremadura 25 652 83 60 23 0 32 Galicia 85 096 739 327 412 0 87 La Rioja 6 825 40 9 31 0 59 Madrid Com de 244 884 5 978 1 144 4 834 2 44 Murcia Región de 39 399 283 65 218 0 72 Navarra C Foral 17 528 173 62 111 0 99 País Vasco 65 289 630 411 219 0 96 Valenciana Com 141 349 2 310 647 1 663 1 63 U N E D 133 591 2 278 141 2 137 1 71 TOTAL NACIONAL 1 482 042 21 983 5 387 16 596 1 48 Fuente Consejo de Coordinación Universitaria Avance Estadístico Curso 2003 2004 NÚMERO DE ALUMNOS EXTRANJEROS EN UNIVERSIDADES PÚBLICAS Y PRIVADAS CURSO 2003 2004 1º y 2º ciclo 10 Principales Universidades Públicas Nº alumnos extranjeros 10 Principales Universidades Privadas Nº alumnos extranjeros 1 Complutense de Madrid 2 028 1 Ramón Llull 315 2 Politécnica de Madrid 1 644 2 Pontificia Comillas 310 3 Granada 1 435 3 Alfonso X El Sabio 242 4 Barcelona 1 007 4 Internacional de Catalunya 209 5 Valencia Estudi General 787 5 Pontificia de Salamanca 157 6 Autónoma de Madrid 640 6 Navarra 133 7 Salamanca 608 7 San Pablo C E U 105 8 País Vasco Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea 589 8 Europea de Madrid 53 9 Autónoma de Barcelona 564 9 Cardenal Herrera CEU 49 10 Alicante 526 10 Deusto 38 TOTAL 10 PRIMERAS 9 828 TOTAL 10 PRIMERAS 1 611 Total alumnos extranj en Univers Públicas sin UNED 17 280 Total alumnos extranj en Univ Privadas sin UOC 1 727 Suma 10 primeras s total sin UNED 56 88 Suma 10 primeras s total sin UOC 93 28 UNED no incluida 2 278 UOC no incluida 698 CURSO 2002 2003 1º y 2º ciclo 10 Principales Universidades Públicas Nº alumnos extranjeros 10 Principales Universidades Privadas Nº alumnos extranjeros 1 Complutense de Madrid 1 850 1 Ramón Llull 209 2 Valencia 1 065 2 Alfonso X El Sabio 178 3 Granada 1 031 3 Pontificia de Salamanca 124 4 Las Palmas Canarias 791 4 Pontificia Comillas 123 5 Barcelona 782 5 Navarra 111 6 Salamanca 558 6 San Pablo C E U 105 7 Autónoma de Madrid 557 7 S E K 101 8 Málaga 502 8 Internacional de Cataluña 85 9 Sevilla 486 9 Europea de Madrid 54 10 Politécnica Cataluña 473 10 Deusto 44 TOTAL 10 PRIMERAS 8 095 TOTAL 10 PRIMERAS 1 134 Total alumnos extranj en Univers Públicas sin UNED 14 718 Total alumnos extranj en Univ Privadas sin UOC 1 233 Suma 10 primeras s total alumnos

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  • EduEspaña - English | For professionals
    us Internacional Federation Federación Internacional de Asociaciones de Profesores de Español Spanish as a Foreign Language Teachers Associations Asociación de Profesores de Español en el Reino Unido American Association of Teachers of Spanish Portuguese Asociación Noruega de Profesores de Español Asociación Austriaca de Profesores de Español Asociación Alemana de Profesores de Español Asociación Belga de Profesores de Español SBPE Asociación Europea de Profesores de Español Association Francaise Pour La Difusion

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