Thanks to the organization and quality of our courses as well as the accreditation of the Cervantes Institute, the certificates we extend are accepted by several universities in the United States for credits.
Here is the corresponding table.
|Level||No. of credits||Estimated study hours|
|Beginner I (español 100)||3||75|
|Beginner II (español 101)||2||50|
|Beginner III (español 102)||2||50|
|Intermediate I (español 200)||2||50|
|Intermediate II (español 201)||2||50|
|Intermediate III (español 202)||2||50|
|Advanced I (español 300)||2||50|
|Advanced II (español 301)||2||50|
|Advanced III (español 302)||2||50|
The student needs to:
- Confirm with his/her own university whether they accept Celas Mayas certificate to get university credits.
- Study a minimum of 3 weeks, 5 hours daily from Monday to Friday (25 hours per week). The number of credits obtained after the 3 weeks may vary depending on the student and the level.
- Provide us detailed description of the course/study/university for which the credits are requested.
- Take an exam and pass it.
- Pay $50 for each credit.
For more information, please contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org)