The semester and academic year curriculum offers courses, internships and community service. The Spanish Society & Culture (required) and Spanish Language courses are offered at Escuela de Espanol (EDE). All other courses are offered at the University of Burgos (UBU). Internships are organized at various companies and NGOs.
Students may enroll in a maximum of 18 credits per semester. Spanish language courses are recommended and taught intensively for a total of 6 credits (may be expanded to 9 or 12 credits with permission from KEI). Spanish language tutorials are 2 credits each. Most courses at the University of Burgos are 3 semester credits; courses with a laboratory are 4 semester credits. Internships are 3 to 6 credits, depending on time commitment.
Select a subject area and click on a course title to download a description or syllabus. If a syllabus is not available, contact a KEI Program Manager to request a course guide.
Spanish language & regional studies courses
Spanish language courses are taught using the immersion method in small classes. Classes are held every day, Monday through Friday, for a total of 215 academic hours per semester. Spanish language tutorials are optional, but highly recommended. The tutorials are focused small-group sessions for heritage students, students who need additional tutoring and students who want to specialize in a particular subject-area of Spanish language.
Spanish Grammar Review (Tutorial)
Spanish for Heritage Speakers (Tutorial)
Business Spanish (Tutorial)
Spanish for Health Professions (Tutorial)
Spanish for Science and Technology (Tutorial)
Legal Spanish (Tutorial)
Spanish for Translation and Interpretation (Tutorial)
Courses taught in English & Spanish with English support
This section lists courses at theUniversity of Burgos that are taught in English (marked with an asterisk *) and courses that are taught in Spanish with English support (tutoring, academic materials and exams in English). ‘English-friendly’ courses are a great way to improve Spanish proficiency while earning major-specific and general education credit. English-friendly courses require intermediate proficiency in Spanish.
The University of Burgos offers a wide selection of courses (taught in Spanish). Students must have upper-intermediate of better proficiency in Spanish to enroll in these courses. Select a Faculty/School to view academic departments at the university. Contact KEI to request courses in specific subject areas. A KEI Program Manager will work with you individually to find courses that fit your needs and interests.
Faculty of Economics & Business
Accounting and Finance
Business Administration and Management
Faculty of Health Sciences
Faculty of Humanities & Education
Political Sciences and Public Management
Spanish: Language and Literature
Faculty of Law
Faculty of Sciences
Food Science and Technology
Agro-alimentary and Rural Areas Engineering
Civil Engineering Technologies
Industrial Electronics and Automation Engineering
School of Labor Relations
Internship & community service
Internships (for-credit) and community service (not-for-credit) allow students to learn from practical experience not attainable in a classroom setting. Internships require a minimum commitment of 120 hours (3 credits), but can be extended to 240 hours (6 credits). Community service does not have a minimum time requirement.
Placement is based on professional interests. Positions are available in business, medicine, health and public service. Below is a list of possible placements. Actual placement may be at a different company or organization.
Museum of Human Evolution
Burgos Chamber of Commerce
Fabricados Histron S.L.
Credit and transcripts for courses and internships is issued by Lincoln University (accredited in USA)., University of Burgos (validated by the Ministry of Education) and Escuela De Espanol (validated by the Cervantes Institute under the auspices of the Ministry of Education).
The program is organized under the International Knowledge Center (IKC), a partnership between KEI, University of Burgos (UBU) and Escuela de Espanol (EDE). Spanish language and regional studies courses are offered at EDE; all other courses are offered at UBU.