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WHAT DO WE LOOK FOR IN OUR STUDENTS?

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The Master’s applicant profile consists of graduates with university degrees in Philology, Modern Languages and Literature, Linguistics, Translation, Journalism, History, Humanities, Law, Economics, Education, and other degrees in the humanities or education. This degree is for students who want to guide their professional career and gain specific knowledge about teaching Spanish as a second language.

Admission Criteria

Academic transcript: 50%
Cover letter: 25%
Letters of recommendation from teachers: 5%
Admission interview: 20%

Non-native Spanish speaking students are required to have at least a certified Spanish C1 level (CEFR). If a student does not have an official language level certificate, the University will provide the necessary procedures to officially recognize the candidate’s Spanish level

If you are studying in a country outside the European Union, in addition to the above tests, we will also carry out an assessment of professional competences. For students with special needs, the University has a Disability Care Unit (UADP) at your disposal.

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Admission Process

Register online at Portal miUNAV. Once inside the portal, the candidate can fill out the application and attach all the required documents.

Curriculum Vitae outlining the academic merits of the candidate, including both the academic and professional distinctions of the applicant

Graduate certificate (official or authenticated copy): Academic transcript*

Two letters of recommendation that present the candidate’s academic abilities

Cover letter from the candidate, explaining his/her reasons for pursuing a master’s in Spanish teaching

Photocopy of ID card or passport

Passport size photograph

Language certificates:

̵   Native Spanish speaking students are required to have at least a certified English B2 level (CEFR)

̵   Non-native Spanish speaking students are required to have at least a certified Spanish C1 level (CEFR). If a student does not have an official language level certificate, the University will provide the necessary procedures to officially recognize the candidate’s Spanish level

The application fee is 100€

Even though the documents can be uploaded in stages, this step will not be considered complete until all documents are uploaded, and the has been application fee paid.
 

*Students in the last year of their degree should upload the most recent academic transcript at the time of applying

The admission process includes a personal interview with the director or a member of the executive team.

The interview lasts about 30 minutes and will cover questions about the candidate’s CV, reasons for pursuing the Master’s degree and professional objectives. Even though academic skills make up a large percentage of the admission criteria, the interview will take into account different aspects related to affectivity and personality as well as assertiveness, ability to reflect, open-mindedness, and curiosity.

The interviews for Spanish candidates may be held at the Universidad de Navarra Pamplona campus or via Skype. For candidates from other countries, it will be done via Skype.

Once the application is received, the secretary of the Graduate Program Committee verifies it according to the applicant profile and program requirements. The Master’s Office then evaluates it and sends out the official admission report.

The decision will be sent by email and can be viewed in the miUNAV portal.

If a candidate has been admitted, he/she must reserve his/her place by putting down a deposit of 1,000€, which is deducted from the total price of enrollment.

The pre-enrollment payment is non-refundable (except when the student doesn’t complete his/her undergraduate degree successfully) and is paid following the instructions on the miUNAV Portal.

Admitted candidates can officially enroll through the miUNAV Portal on the date indicated by the Admissions Office.

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Economic Information

The tuition rate of the Master’s Degree in Spanish Second Language Teaching for the 2021/2022 academic year is 13.100,25 € (75 ECTS for 174,67 € per credit). Tuition includes:

-Academic costs for teaching and instructional materials

-Program administrative costs

-Round-trip from Pamplona to Barcelona

-Accomodations in Barcelona

-Hospital and accident insurance in Spain during the teaching and internship periods

-Complementary activities: conferences, events, research workshops, etc.

-Does not include accommodations, travel, and other expenses related to the International Week

Students will receive a total compensation of 2,000 euros for their partnership with ILCE during the ten-month long program.

There are several different ways to pay for enrollment:

  • One-Time Payment indicating the account number by check or transfer payment.

  • Installments: Students from Spain or with legal residency in Spain may utilize this payment option, which allows them to fraction out the cost of enrollment in 10 equal monthly payments. Most major banks or credit unions in Spain offer this option. For every 1,000 euros deferred, an approximate monthly installment of 102.89 euros is paid.

  • Deferred Payment (without interest)At the time of enrollment, the student must pay at least 25% of the balance (which may include your pre-enrollment payment). The rest will be paid by credit card in three installments, which will be due November 10th, January 10th and March 10th.

  • Loans and Bank Credit:​ Student Financial Services has compiled information about loans and bank credits from various institutions. You may consult the loans and long-term bank credits webpage.

For advising, contact the Office of Financial Aid at becas@unav.es

 

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Scholarships and Financial Aid

 

Scholarship: Application-based scholarship that covers 30% of the cost of tuition.

 

Recipients: Students admitted to the Master’s Degree in Teaching Spanish as a Second Language with a minimum score of a 7 (on a scale from 0 to 10) or a 2 (on a scale from 1 to 4) in their undergraduate degree.

 

Application Period:

- Advance notice:  deadline is February 14, 2021
- Ordinary notice: deadline is April 25, 2021
- Extraordinary notice: deadline is June 20, 2021 (closed)

Application form

 

Refer to the application requirements for the MELE Scholarship (course 2021/22) (PDF).

 

Assistantship: The students will teach an extra course (6ECTS/course) during the first and second semester. 

 

Recipients: Applicants for the MA Program in Spanish Second Language Teaching

Amount: €500 / month (Sept-Dec and Jan-Apr)

 

ScholarshipApplication-based scholarship that covers 25% of the cost of tuition.

 

Recipients: European or Latin American students with a minimum score of 7 (on a scale from 0 to 10) or a 2 (on a scale of 1 to 4) in their undergraduate degree.

 

Application Period: April 13 to May 13 2021

 

Refer to the application requirements (course 2021/22)

 

 

ScholarshipThe Universidad de Navarra participates in the William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan (Direct Loan) Program. 

 

RecipientsThe U.S. Department of Education (the Department) lends the money directly to students through the student's school. The university certifies the following loans from the Direct Loan program:

- Subsidized loans
- Unsubsidized Loans
- Plus Loans (parents and graduates may apply)

 

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Scholarship: One award is available to pursue a full-time Master's degree in Spanish Second Language Teachinng (MELE: Máster en Enseñanza de Español como Lengua Extranjera) at the Universidad de Navarra.  

 

Application period: From Mar 31, 2020 to Oct 13, 2020

 

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Beca: destinada a cubrir tanto los gastos de matrícula como los de alojamiento. Será un importe personalizado establecido por el comité de selección de becarios, previo análisis de la situación económica del futuro alumno.

 

Destinatarios: estudiantes de Nicaragua con falta de recursos económicos que hayan sido aceptados en el MELE

 

Plazo de solicitud: hasta el 20 de abril de 2020

 

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Department of Education General Scholarships

 

Scholarship: Covers transportation, living expenses, moving costs, books, and tuition

 

Recipients: Students from all around the country, except the Basque Country

 

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Government of Navarra Scholarships

 

Scholarship: Covers room and board, moving costs, and tuition

 

Recipients: Students whose families are from Navarra. Scholarships are complementary to the Department of Education

 

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Basque Government Scholarships

 

ScholarshipCovers living expenses, moving costs, books, and tuition

 

Recipients: Students who are legal residents of the Basque Country

 

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Pronabec

 

Scholarship: It covers 100% of the tuition cost and living expenses of the program. Airfare (economy class) is included at the beginning and the end of the program.

 

Recipients: Peruvian students

 

State: There are different deadlines throughout the year. Please visit the scholarship’s web page.

 

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BBVA Continental

 

Scholarship: Preferential loans for admitted, Peruvian students admitted to a Master’s program at the University of Navarra.

 

Recipients: Peruvian students

 

Contact: Francisco Villar at fvillar@bbva.com and Diana García at garcia@bbva.com

 

Conacyt

 

Scholarship: May cover all or part of the living cost, medical insurance financial support, and tuition.

 

Recipients: Mexican students

 

Contact: Jorge Ochoa Castel. Head of the Department of Foreign Exchange Scholarships, ochoa@conacyt.mx  Tel.: 555322-7700 ext. 1515

 

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Colfuturo

 

Scholarship: Graduate funding.

 

Recipients: Columbian students

 

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Chilean Government Scholarships

 

ScholarshipCovers tuition, travel expenses, and other costs (insurance, school supplies, etc.).

 

Recipients: Chilean students that have earned an average grade greater than or equal to a five (5.0) out of a maximum of seven (7.0) or its equivalent in their bachelor’s degree and/or their professional diploma. Recipients can also include Chilean students in the top 30% of their undergraduate class, within their major or the class as a whole.

 

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Itau Bank

 

Scholarship: Preferred credit for Chilean students admitted to the University of Navarra Master’s Program. Itaú Bank will offer the Kit Itaú Personal for the duration of their studies. This consists of a bank account, a line of preferential credit, and a credit and debit card without annual and processing fees.

 

Contact: Jeannette.baez@itau.cl

 

Guatefuturo

 

Loan/Scholarship: A program that promotes, facilitates, supervises, and participates in the formation of Guatemalan professionals outside of the country by financially supporting their graduate studies.

 

Recipients: Guatemalan students

 

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Hondufuturo

 

Loan/Scholarship: A program that promotes, facilitates, supervises, and participates in the formation of Honduran professionals outside of the country by financially supporting their graduate studies.

 

Recipients: Honduran students

 

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IFARHU

 

Scholarship: Scholarships from the Panamanian Institute for Training and Development of Human Resources (IFARHU).

 

Recipients: Panamanian students

 

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University of Navarra Alumni Subsidies

Subsidy: 12% discount on the cost of tuition. This discount cannot be added to any other subsidy offered by the University of Navarra. It also cannot be added to the public tuition scholarships (Department of Education, Government of Navarra, or Basque Government), University of Navarra-Santander Group Scholarships, or the scholarships and financial aid that can be granted in certain programs, unless expressly indicated otherwise.
Recipients: University of Navarra alumni.

Large Families
It is necessary to have an updated Large Family Certificate or, in the case of international students, a document proving this condition (which can be a photocopy).
Large family discounts are approximately 8% and 16% for large families in the general or special categories, respectively. These subsidies can be added to the Department of Education Scholarship.

Tuition Subsidies for University Employees’ Children
Recipients:
 UNAV employees, their unemployed spouses, and their children, if they are under the charge of the employee at the time of enrollment. Therefore, this excludes married children that live independently of their parents.
Subsidy: 20% in the Master’s Programs (full-time employees).
Deadline and Submission: The form must be filled out and turned into the SDP (Personnel Management Service) to be eligible for any degree desired.
This subsidy cannot be added onto any other from the University of Navarra. It also cannot be added to the public tuition scholarships (Department of Education, Government of Navarra, or Basque Government), University of Navarra-Santander Group Scholarships, or the scholarships and financial aid that can be granted in certain programs, unless expressly indicated otherwise.

Academic Honors Award
The University of Navarra students that are awarded this distinction will receive a 20% discount on enrollment for their first year of graduate studies at the University. This discount cannot be added onto any other from the University of Navarra. It also cannot be added to the public tuition scholarships (Department of Education, Government of Navarra, or Basque Government), University of Navarra-Santander Group Scholarships, or the scholarships and financial aid that can be granted in certain programs, unless expressly indicated otherwise.

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