Teacher Education in Spanish
Our part-time Teacher Education in Spanish is a four-year programme in an international setting that joins our successful international Language Education programmes for English and German, as well as French. You will be taught in English and Spanish by our experienced lecturers and get to enjoy Utrecht's vibrant student life. You will have frequent and intensive contact with the Spanish-speaking world, spending 5 weeks during your study in Spain or Latin-America. Internships at Dutch schools are also a vital and highly educational part of the programme.
Useful to know
|Application Deadline||Dutch students: till the start of the programme. 15 June (EU students) & 1 august (non-EU students)|
|Study investment||Circa 28 hours per week (excluding work placement)|
|Tuition||€ 2168 (free from VAT)|
|Check your tuition fees here.|
|Location||Padualaan 97 Utrecht|
|Programme level||Bachelor of Education (BEd)|
|Admission||Go to admission requirements page|
|Croho-name||B Teacher Education in Spanish|
During the programme
During our Teacher Education in Spanish programme you'll learn about teaching methodology, literature and culture of the Spanish-speaking countries, linguistics, and second language acquisition. Furthermore, you will study pedagogics, which focuses on topics like child development psychology, working with pupils with special needs, and working in a multicultural environment. You will also prepare and teach classes and do research at your work placement school. All this prepares you for a successful career in education.
There are many opportunities for language teachers within Dutch secondary or vocational education, or you can work at a language school in The Netherlands or abroad.
Online open evenings
Visit our online open evenings from 31 May to 25 June. Find out more information and create alert (in Dutch).
Want to know more?
In our brochure you can read more details about the programme.
If you want to apply to our part-time Teacher Education in Spanish programme, you need to have a secondary school diploma, and speak English at least at CEFR level B1. You also need to command Spanish at CEFR level A2 or higher. A language test is part of the admission process. Of course, love for Spanish and teaching is a must!
You speak Spanish and cannot wait to master the language and share your knowledge and skills with teens and young adults.
You enjoy being surrounded by others, have an affinity with young people and possess great communicative and social skills.
You are passionate about Spanish language and culture. You enjoy reading and writing and are curious about other cultures.