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Student profile:Graduates in any area of knowledge, native and non-native, with a B2 Spanish level. The recommended entry profile is that of a graduate in Philology, Linguistics, Humanities, Pedagogy and Communication Sciences, as well as a graduate in other disciplines who have experience in teaching Spanish as a foreign language and/or complementary training in didactics of Spanish as a foreign language through continuous education courses.
Graduate profile:Professionals in the academic and scientific field of Linguistics applied to language teaching.
Official Degree:Master's Degree Linguistics Applied to the teaching of Spanish as a Foreign Language
Center responsible:School of Languages and Education
Branch of knowledge: Arts and Humanities
Duration: 1 year
Total Credits:60 credits.
. Minimum of 12 ECTS credits and maximum of 60 ECTS credits per enrollment and academic period.
ECTS minimum: 12
ECTS maximum: 30
Available places: 105
Academic year in which it was implemented: 2009/2010
Type of Education: Blended
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Spanish is more than a language. It is culture, art, tradition, values and a way of thinking and experiencing the world. With this program you will have the necessary tools to research and teach SFL.
Pioneer program in the training of SFL professors with a research orientation, supported by over 20 years of Nebrija University's experience in this area and personalized attention for students, which is characteristic of our University.
The high employability rates of our graduates in reference institutions in the area of Spanish teaching prove the quality of the training program.
External recognition of the quality of the Final Research Project: three ASELE awards (Association for the Teaching of Spanish as a Foreign Language).
The program has a marked international nature. The teaching staff has international experience in relevant institutions of the area of Applied Linguistics and visiting professors of scientific prestige. The student will be able to carry out the internships in any country, thanks to the agreements that Nebrija University maintains with the institutions of interest for the students.
Official master's degree pioneer in the training of SFL professors with research orientation, backed by over 20 years of Nebrija's experience in this area and personalized attention for students, which is characteristic of our University.
Direct access to the Doctorate of Linguistics Applied to the Teaching of Languages of the UNNE and possibility of participating in the LAELE research group.
Raquel Navas, a student of the Master's Degree in Applied Linguistics to the Teaching of Spanish as a Foreign Language, has obtained the 2020 Research Prize, awarded by ASELE (Association for the Teaching of Spanish as a Foreign Language), for her memory of the Master. Congratulations, Raquel!
Studying with students from over 30 nationalities allows to establish a network of contacts with professionals from any part of the world.
BOE Num.186, August 2 of 2010
Official Postgraduate Programme, Royal Decree 1393/2007 of 29 October 2007 (BOCM of 30 October 2007), recognised in the European Higher Education Area (Bologna Agreements), valid throughout the European Union.
The student must take 60 credits.
In all cases, a Course 0 (zero) will be offered with the basic concepts and essential skills to guarantee the success of those admitted to the different subjects of the Master's Degree in Applied Linguistics to the Teaching of Spanish as a Foreign Language.
The Master's Degree begins in October. It offers weekly class sessions through the virtual campus from October to June and classroom attendance lectures in Madrid during the first two weeks of July.
Classes take place at the Madrid-Princesa Campus and it is mandatory to attend at least 80% of them.Metodology
The teaching-learning process of the Master's Degree in Linguistics Applied to the Teaching of Spanish as a Foreign Language is carried out through a varied set of training activities which are intended to facilitate acquisition of the various skills, both general and specific to each subject and topic.
The training actions are framed within an active teaching approach, in which the student is the key mover of his or her learning and the teacher is the expert in the subject, well versed in the best means and resources for transmitting knowledge and helping the student to organise the process and optimise his or her learning strategies. Through interaction and mutual cooperation, the Master's student will be able to acquire the skills that will integrate his or her professional and research profile.
The teaching methodology combines face-to-face and virtual teaching, so it is a blended learning approach. The method relies on the use of ICTs, which will support collaborative work (forums, chat, videoconference meetings), teacher guidance (diary, announcements, document folder, links) and the delivery of work. The UNNE Virtual Campus (Blackboard platform) will be used for this purpose. The interactive methodology requires the active participation of students and teachers on a continuous and systematic basis.
The training activities of this Master's degree are specifically:
At the end of the academic year, students must prepare, submit and defend their Master's research project before a tribunal. The project must consist of applied research supervised by an expert in the chosen area of knowledge. The project defence can be conducted by videoconference for students residing abroad.
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Podrán ser tutores de Trabajo Fin de Máster todos los profesores que imparten asignaturas del título, así como los siguientes profesores colaboradores:
Online classes start in October and end in June. The schedule of the videoconferences may vary.
Candidates who meet any of the conditions established by RD 1393/2007 will be able to access these studies.See conditions established by RD 1393/2007
In all cases, a Course 0 (zero) will be offered with the basic concepts and essential skills, in order to guarantee the success of those admitted in the different subjects of the Training Period, which correspond to the 60 ECTS credits of the Master's Degree in Linguistics applied to the Teaching Spanish as a foreign language.
Candidates interested in participating in the admission process should follow these steps:
Departamento de Admisiones de Postgrado - Universidad Nebrija
Campus de Madrid-Princesa
Calle Santa Cruz de Marcenado, Nº 27 - CP. 28015 - MADRID
Once all the documentation has been received, acknowledgment of receipt will be processed, the application will be evaluated and, if applicable, the instructions for the Admission Test will be sent to the candidate.
The admission test is carried out with the aim of evaluating the profile of the future student and guiding him/her in the choice of the Master's degree elective subjects. It does not pretend to measure knowledge about the area or test the applicant. This test consists of the following sections.
The weighting of the values obtained in criteria 2 to 8 is done on a maximum score of 18 points.
In summary, the procedure for approving access to the Master's Degree program guarantees that the candidate can successfully complete his/her training and help determine, where appropriate, what are the competences and subjects that the candidate should complement during their period of training.
In the case that the Commission of Admissions' decision is favorable, the student must formalize his/her enrollment by paying the registration fees and completing the self-enrollment (after receiving their username and password to carry out this online process).
The Master's Degree in Linguistics Applied to the Teaching of Spanish as a Foreign Language is oriented to professional practice in different areas: the design and edition of teaching materials, and the application of ICT to language teaching.
It responds to a high demand for specialized professionals in the field of Spanish:
In order to train the student for their professional development, the program includes an optional subject of professional internships in institutions and companies, managed by the University through the Professional Careers Department, with over 2,500 collaboration agreements with numerous entities.
Among the collaborating entities are Universities (National University of Tucumán, University of Sao Paulo), publishers (EnClave, SGEL, Anaya, Santillana, SM, Edelsa, Diffusion, Edinumen), specialized Internet portals (Todoele), language management companies and language centers (all those associated with the Spanish Federation of Associations of Spanish Schools for Foreigners), Cervantes Institute, Official Language Schools, private language centers and ICT companies.
This space for reflection and debate on language learning and teaching allows researchers and teachers to share the results of their studies and didactic experiences around the languages present at the congress: German, Spanish, French and English, as well as Portuguese and Basque, invited languages of this edition.