University of Salamanca courses
First of all, it must be taken into consideration that this is an unavoidable Degree in European university systems, which is present in numerous Universities in countries such as Germany, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Holland, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Portugal, United Kingdom and Sweden, as highlighted in the White Paper on History prepared by ANECA in 2005 (pp. 11-19).
Furthermore, an unavoidable question is the relationship of this Degree with an environment such as the one offered by the city and the province of Cordoba, where the material and documentary testimonies of the past constitute one of the main values for cultural development and a reference as a driving force for the dynamization of tourism and local development. It would not be understood that a World Heritage City, such as this one, would not have a Degree in History, or that a province with the needs of local development that ours has, based on the protection, conservation and enhancement of cultural and natural heritage, would not make available to society a Degree in History.
University of Salamanca Academic Calendar 2022
*Teacher in Primary Education. Order ECI/3857/2007, of December 27th. Regulated professions are those in which a specific official university degree is required for professional practice.
From the beginning of the Degree you will have contact with the centers where you could practice your future profession. And from the second year on, you will be immersed in the educational centers of the CEU Group in Madrid. There you will learn how the current school reality works from the hand of our outstanding active teachers.
We seek not only the learning of knowledge, but also of skills and attitudes. Therefore, in different subjects you will test your skills as a future teacher through the resolution of real cases. Staged challenges very similar to those you will encounter in your future profession.
In addition, you will be integrated into an action-oriented community where you will receive numerous courses, workshops, lectures and seminars that provide comprehensive training and generate a climate of learning and discussion, fostering close relationships with teachers and professionals from all fields.
University of Salamanca
Dual training. From the beginning of their studies, students already have contact with the centers where they could practice their future profession, but it is from the second year onwards when we promote their immersion in real environments with activities in the educational centers of the CEU Group, in Madrid. There they will learn how the current school reality works and their future profession together with our outstanding practicing teachers.
The subjects of the Early Childhood Education degree are regulated by the law (order ECI 3854/2007) and are divided into four blocks: basic subjects, didactic disciplinary subjects, CEU subjects and specialty subjects (mentions). Students can enrich their training by choosing one of these three specializations:
International dimension. The student has the opportunity to live a complete international experience. They can spend one or two semesters at a foreign university thanks to the Erasmus+ program and the numerous bilateral agreements that the University has with leading educational institutions.
Complutense University of Madrid
The curriculum is structured in four academic years, of 60 ECTS credits each. Each academic year is divided into two semesters, in each of which the student can take 30 ECTS credits. All subjects are four-month courses of 6 ECTS credits, with the exception of Language B1 and Language C1, which have 12 credits.
We offer nine C languages: Arabic, German, Chinese, French, Greek, English, Italian, Portuguese and Russian. The student can choose between eight languages, since the Language C subjects must never coincide with Language B.
In order to take any of the C languages, it is generally not necessary to have previous knowledge, since they usually start from a zero level. However, there may be some exceptions in languages such as English or French, of which students usually have prior knowledge. For more information, it is recommended to consult the teaching guides of the different languages.
Elective subjects are scheduled in the third and fourth years. Any of them, including translation, can be chosen from the first term of the third year, even if the Specialized Translation course has not yet been taken. The student must choose a total of 30 credits of these subjects. The following are the electives of the degree itself: