Mester offers 15 scholarships for non-native Spanish teachers in Salamanca, Spain!

Written by Admin on November 28th, 2008

Mester Salamanca has 15 Scholarships for non-native Spanish teachers currently working in America.
The scholarship includes program fees, social and cultural activities, airport transfer Madrid-Salamanca-Madrid! Take a look here for more information.

Regardless of your years of experience this course is designed to improve your teaching methods and refresh your Spanish, whilst enjoying the city of Salamanca and discovering something new and exciting!

salamanca View

Salamanca View

The scholarship includes all program fees of instruction, social and cultural activities, and airport transfers Madrid-Salamanca-Madrid. Applicants will only be responsible for their accommodation, which we can help to organise.

The scholarships are available for 1 or 2 weeks and are for non-native Spanish teachers currently working in America.

The course consists of 4 daily lessons. The first one is dedicated to review grammatical structures and analyze different teaching methods used to teach these structures. In the second lesson we examine the concept of teaching and learning Spanish as a second language.

Spanish Teachers

Spanish Teachers

The third and fourth lessons are workshops which include communication techniques, original ways of using language laboratories, the use of new technologies in language learning and teaching, and the creation of “personal teaching materials”.

Participants must send an application letter explaining their main reasons to participate in the program, their preferred dates to participate, an updated CV (including information of their experience as educators) and a letter from their Head of Department explaining their teaching responsibilities.

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2 Comments so far ↓

  1. javier says:

    Hello! This article is very interesting, surely do a reference to your blog in my blog

  2. This scholarship is a really great opportunity to learn Spanish in a Spanish-speaking country! What an experience that would be! However, you might consider also offering business classes in Spanish for those who are learning English and want to get ahead in the business world.

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