Escuela de Idiomas Carlos V offers its students the opportunity to prepare for the Specific Competence Tests (PCE) required for admission to Spanish universities.
The course is designed for foreign students who have successfully completed the secondary school diploma in their home country and who want to pass the Spanish public university entrance exam, an exam that requires intense preparation.
The yearly pathway/foundation course includes Spanish classes for students who do not have a level in Spanish.
The first period of the pathway course includes intensive Spanish courses to reach the B1 level. Once the language level has been reached, students will start preparing the compulsory and specific phase subjects for the PCE exam. The choice of subjects will be made after the orientation sessions organised by the Academic Department about University Studies in Spain.
Choosing a subject combination is important as universities look for students that have good grades in the right subjects. We work intensively with each student to choose the best combination to help achieve their university and career aspirations.
All students must pass the UNEDasiss PCE exam in the last week of May of the scholastic year.