Course code: 12DSP570
Course Leader: Jose Perez-Zamora
These courses will enable you to use integrated language skills to meaningfully address authentic texts as well as contemporary issues at advanced level. In order to improve your oral skills, there will be a detailed study of Spanish current affairs through the extensive use of Spanish newspapers and television news. The students will participate actively in the choice of the learning material.
What background and qualifications do you need to join?
You can hold a conversation in Spanish at advanced level, and wish to discuss contemporary issues. Do you have an A level or above, or have you lived abroad and are keen to keep up your language skills? If the answer is yes, this course is for you.
What does the course lead to?
This course may lead to other Advanced Spanish courses, Your tutor will help you identify a suitable progression route.
Where will I study?
The course will be held once a week for 1.5 hours at the Chelsea centre.
What are the facilities and equipment like?
Students will be able to use our libraries, with plenty of visual research material, including e-books, slides, journals, CD ROMS and Internet access.The college's Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) provides students with an opportunity to access language specialist resources from home.
How much should I study outside class?
You are expected to spend about 3 hours on homework and individual study per week.
How is the course assessed?
Continuous assessments are held throughout the course.
Are any course materials online?
Some course material will be taken from the relevant websites
What books and equipment do I need?
Students should not purchase a book until the language test/interview before the start of the course. After the interview the tutor will advise the students on which book and material to get.
What else do I need to buy? / What extra costs are there?
Students may be asked to buy a Spanish text book with the accompanying CD
What do I need to bring to the interview?
All will be provided by the College
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- AE Concs: £27
- AE Full: £79
- Non-EU: £126
All students are admitted to the College on the basis that they:
- Agree to comply with the KCC student code of conduct
- Provide original documentation that confirms entry qualifications.
- Meet the course entry requirements
- Provide information so that a school or college reference can be obtained if you are between 16-19 years old
How to enrol
You can enrol by post, in person or online. Once payment has been accepted, this completes the enrolment process.
For more details, please check http://www.kcc.ac.uk/info/enrol.php, call us on 020 7573 5333, or enrol in person.
Supporting our learners
Being a student at KCC, means you can expect a caring friendly inclusive learning environment. We will support you throughout your studies with us.
Our students benefit from:
- Tutorial Support
- Information advice and Guidance
- Counselling and personal support
- Access to learner support services
- Study centres at Wornington and Chelsea providing collections of books, journals, DVDs and access to PCs and on line learning materials
Financial support may be available to you. Please contact an Information Advice and Guidance (IAG) advisor on 020 7573 5325 who will be able to give you information about charitable trusts, Career development loans, 16-19 Bursary and Learner Support fund (helps eligible students with child care costs, travel and some material costs) and other schemes that may be able to help you regarding financial matters.
Additional Learning Support for students with disabilities or learning difficulties
KCC is committed to improving access to learning for all our students. Please tell us if you have any access requirements at any stage of the application process. The additional learning support team can provide help and information regarding your individual needs. For example, the team can provide information on hearing loop facilities, communication support (e.g. BSL), dyslexia support, physical access, equipment/software (e.g. JAWS). If you would like to discuss learning support contact Richard Basa at email@example.com or a member of the team on 020 7573 5308. Further information about our services are available at www.kcc.ac.uk/inclusion/.
Course Information: 020 7573 5333
Switchboard: 020 7573 3600
Full contact details: www.kcc.ac.uk/contact
Information on this course fact sheet was correct at time of publication, however course offers and details may be subject to change.
19 May 2013