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Spanish Level 4 (Conducted Online)

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This 10-week course is designed to provide an insight to the targeted language and understanding of its culture. Participants will further develop their reading, writing, and conversational skills. This Level 4 course builds on what students have learnt in Spanish Level 3. 

Course Details

Nett Fee after Government subsidy S$342.00

SkillsFuture Credit Eligible

Provider

National University of Singapore (NUS)

Email

clslang@nus.edu.sg

Duration

30 hours over 10 sessions

Contact

6516 6612


Commencement

25 Mar 2023 - 10 Jun 2023

Registration

Open in January 2023

Venue

Online


Trainer

Ms Nina Melero

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Trainer's Profile

Ms Nina Melero

Nina Melero is the Convenor for Spanish language programme. She holds a MA in Applied Linguistics for Spanish Language Teaching from the Universidad Antonio de Nebrija (Madrid) as well as MPhil and other certificates (MA and BA) in the field of Translation Studies from the Universidad de Salamanca in Spain. She was recruited by the Centre for Language Studies at NUS in 2015 to set up and coordinate the new Spanish language programme. Prior to joining NUS, she taught at various universities in the UK, including the University of Exeter, the University of Westminster, the University of Greenwich, and the Open University. Nina also taught at Kingston University (London), where she designed the Faculty’s new MA programme in Translation Studies (validated in 2011).

 

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