Spanish course + PCE

Spanish courses and selectivity

Spanish course + PCE

Hello, #Vivers! Are you planning to study at a Spanish university? At the Luis Vives Spanish School we can offer you a comprehensive solution. Our Spanish and selectivity courses will allow you to improve your level of Spanish and reach the level required to be able to follow the preparation classes for the university entrance test.

Our Spanish and Selectivity course

At the Luis Vives Spanish School in collaboration with the Luis Vives Study Center, we offer you Spanish courses and exam preparation for foreign students who want to study at Spanish universities. The Spanish + Selectivity courses are designed so that foreign students first reach a good level of competence in the Spanish language. Once achieved, they will be able to attend preparation classes to pass the PCE (Specific Competencies Test, the test formerly known as Selectivity). The dates for this exam are two a year: MAY y SEPTEMBER. It is very important that, for a foreign student to be able to take the PCE UNEDasiss preparation course, he or she must first reach at least a B1 or B2 level of Spanish in order to be able to face the test successfully.

So at Luis Vives we offer you the possibility of achieving these levels of Spanish and preparing for the PCE test. Our teachers are highly qualified and have extensive experience. Furthermore, by contracting this course, you benefit from a 10% discount on Spanish classes. If you are interested in this type of course and want more information, click on this link. You can also download the information brochure in pdf format. If you want to contact us, you can do so at the following email address

If what you are looking for is simply a Spanish course in Madrid to learn to speak fluently and improve your grammar, stop by Luis Vives Spanish School and take a look at the Spanish classes what we offer. They will surely adapt perfectly to your needs. Luis Vives Spanish School, the best option to learn Spanish in the heart of Madrid!


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