Institute of Spanish Language and Culture
ILCE is an international high school of research for teaching, assessment and learning language and culture in Spanish at the University of Navarra (Spain). ILCE develops its research in the field of teaching and learning Spanish as a second language language, providing classroom with novel pedagogical practices, innovative programmes and courses and unique learning experiences in all projects and collaborations.
research and Innovation
ILCE teachers and students from postgraduate program conduct original research on topics in the fields of Applied Linguistics and the teaching and Learning Spanish as a Second Language language.
programs of study
ILCE provides a first-class university Education in Spanish at the level of Degree and postgraduate program.
ILCE does research in the field of Spanish as a second language assessment language and conducts various placement, diagnostic and certification tests.
Conferences and workshops of training internal in the 2021-2022 academic year
Subjects taught academic year 2021-2022
106 people from 50 institutions meet at the University in the XI meeting between Spanish and North American Universities
The opening ceremony was attended by the Regional Minister of the Government of Navarra, Juan Cruz Cigudosa, and the Mayor of Pamplona, Enrique Maya, at the opening ceremony.
"Navarre, along with Madrid, is the community best prepared to attract and retain talent".
The University hosts the annual congress that the Fulbright Commission celebrates in Spain, with the participation of 230 U.S. grantees.
To know the cultural aspects of a society, core topic for the teaching of Spanish for specific purposes.
Jaume Gelabert, professor of Spanish and linguistics in the United States, gives a session on Spanish for business and specific purposes.
Spanish for Specific Purposes
ILCE designs, organizes and teaches courses focused on professional contexts.