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Spanish Language and Culture Program
for University Students


If you want to do the pre-registration for the Spanish Language and Culture Program for University Students now, please fill in this form. Fields with * are mandatory:

Personal information
Name *:
Surname *:
Sex *: Male Female
Date of birth *:
Nationality *:
Passport number:
Address *:
Postal/ZIP code:
City *:
Country *:
Confirm email *:
In case of emergency contact:
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Relationship with the student?
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Courses information

Student's knowledge of Spanish now * (if you do not know exactly which is your level, you can find it out in a moment with our level tests):

A1 - Beginner
A2 - Elementary
B1 - Intermediate
B2 - High Intermediate
C1 - Advanced
C2 - Superior

Select the type of accommodation you prefer:

Shared apartment - Single room (included in the price)
Host family (extra-charge)
University dormitory (extra-charge - availability for this option will depend on the dates selected)

Select the number of weeks you want for this program:

Length of course
1 week
(387 €)
2 weeks
(739 €)
3 weeks
(1015 €)
4 weeks
(1284 €)
5 weeks
(1524 €)
6 weeks
(1812 €)

Course start and end dates - The duration of your Spanish Language and Culture Program for University Students depends on the weeks selected in the previous point, arriving always on Sunday to Salamanca (and so, starting the course always on Monday). So you must select the Sunday you want to arrive in Salamanca. If you have a beginner level, you will find only a proper Sunday/Monday begin date each month (please, see our Academic Calendar):

Start *:
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(1) Regarding the courses, a week consists of 5 calendar days: Monday to Friday. Lessons are not held on national, regional and local holidays. These lessons will not be made up for.

Write here any doubt or comment you want to add, about the courses or about the accommodation: special diets, special medical conditions, special necessities, preferences... Whatever you want.



Spanish Language and Culture Program
for University Students
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I agree the General Conditions expressed below (required in order to continue)
General conditions
    Program fees cover the following (unless noted otherwise):
    • Before arriving, students will take a brief online placement test to determine their level of Spanish.
    • The Intensive Spanish Immersion Course (20 hours a week from Monday to Friday). Please note: Attendance is mandatory. If a class falls on a public holiday, the class and the day’s activities will not occur; however, students will receive credit by participating in other academic activities during the week in order to fulfill the program’s required number of hours.
    • Transferable European university credits (ECTS), awarded by the Pontifical University of Salamanca. We suggest that students consult with their academic advisors back home to ensure transferability.
      • 1 WEEK -> 0 CREDITS
    • Students will receive a certificate of completion at the end of the course. It shows their level, the number of hours they have completed, and a syllabus of the course content. The certificate can be mailed to students’ homes anywhere in the world. Please note: The final certificate will contain the grades of the Spanish university system. If students wish for their grades to appear on the certificate according to their university’s system, please contact Tia Tula before arriving.
    • Accommodations: Students have the option of staying with a host family, in a university dormitory, or a shared apartment. The following details apply:
      • Students will have their own rooms.
      • When staying with a host family or in a university dormitory, students will have full board, which consists of 3 meals a day.
      • With a host family, students will not be allowed to cook their own food unless they make arrangements with the family beforehand. In addition, students will have their clothes washed once a week. The host family is not responsible for delicate types of clothing or items that may stain other articles of clothing. It is the student’s responsibility to be aware of such conditions.
      • In the university dormitory, there are laundry machines on site.
      • Only students 18 or older can stay in university dorms or shared apartments which have all the necessary appliances, but might not have all the comforts of staying with a family. Students will be responsible for cleaning and buying their own food. All apartments have laundry machines on site.
      • No matter where students choose to live, they must sign a document that states they will follow the rules regarding the school’s accommodations. Students must abide by eating schedules and basic norms of community living, as well as specific rules established by host families.
      • The budget is for accommodation in a shared flat, single room, but students can choose a different kind of accommodation with an extra-charge.
    • A meet and greet orientation with Tia Tula staff to inform students about the school, services, activities, and anything students need to know about living in Salamanca. Remember, we are always here to help!
    • Round-trip transfer service to and from Madrid-Barajas airport (please, consult the conditions with the school before purchasing the plane tickets).
    • We offer travel insurance to cover any incidents or medical necessities that may occur during the student’s stay.
    • Extracurricular activities: Numerous daily and weekly activities that immerse students in the language and culture of Spain.
    • Use of onsite computers and WiFi.
  2. What is not include but you can book as an extra service:
    • Round-trip transfer service to and from Madrid-Barajas airport (please, consult the conditions with the school before purchasing the plane tickets).
    • Program costs do not include weekend trips. However, we can provide students with advice regarding excursions they can go on by themselves or arrange through travel agencies.
    • SIM CARD for the mobile phone.
  3. Enrolling and paying We encourage students to enroll as soon as possible. Upon doing so, students must pay the deposit, which is 25% of the total cost. Three months before the program starts, students must pay another 25%. Two months before the program, students must pay an additional 25%. Finally, one month before the program, students must pay the remaining 25%. If students decide to enroll less than a month prior to the start of the program, assuming there are spots available, students must pay the full amount of tuition prior to arriving in Spain.
    Based on our discretion, we accept applications after the final payment deadline, but cannot guarantee that program costs quoted herein will remain the same after this date. If students enroll after the deadline, we will only accept students based on the availability of extra spaces. We must receive full payment of tuition before students arrive in Spain.
    We accept payment by credit card, PayPal, or bank transfer. We expressly reserve the right to cancel a student’s spot if payments are not made in full according to the deadlines established herein, as well as the enrollment of any student who behaves inappropriately under any circumstances.
    To pay online or to find out how to pay by bank transfer, please visit this link: http://www.tiatula.com/payment/
    Please note: Program fees exclude passport or visa fees (if applicable), personal meals (outside of host families and university dormitories), personal purchases, costs associated with weekend excursions, and any other fees not specifically listed in this document or any other documents produced by the school.
  4. Refund and Cancellation Policy
    Should students withdraw from the program or decide not to come to Spain, the student must notify us immediately. The following refund and cancellation policy will apply, based on the date we receive the withdrawal notice.
    If the students wish to cancel their enrollment, they will be entitled to the refund of part or all of the sign-up fee as long as they cancel before the start of the course. The refund policy is as follows:
    • If notified at least 30 days in advance, 75% of the fee* will be returned;
    • If notified between 15 and 30 days before the start of the course, 50% of the fee* will be returned;
    • If notified between 1 and 15 days before the start of the course, 25% of the fee* will be returned.
    *These percentages will be applied to the amount that remains after subtracting the security deposit (25% of the total cost of tuition) and the non-refundable expenses (bank charges if any, express mail charges if any, and transfer costs if any).
    If the student needs a visa to enroll in the program (for stays of longer than 3 months), payment must be made in full beforehand in order to obtain the necessary documents to apply for the visa. In this case, the terms and rates stated above will not apply. Rather, the student will only be entitled to a refund if the visa is eventually denied, and under the following terms and conditions:
    If a student needs to ask for a VISA to study at Tía Tula, Tía Tula will send the student all the documents the student could require (once the registration payment is received). If eventually the student does not get the VISA and can prove it with the official refusal letter, Tía Tula will refund the total payment - minus the security deposit and the bank and management fees -, except in the following cases:
    • the VISA has been refused because the student has provided false documentation in his/her attempt to get the VISA allegedly for learning Spanish at Tía Tula;
    • the student sends Tía Tula a false VISA refusal letter; in this case, furthermore, Tía Tula will immediately inform the Spanish Embassy about it, in order to cancel the VISA;
    • the VISA has been refused because the student has not the appropriate level of Spanish language; in this case, the student must improve his/her Spanish until he/she reach the appropriate level and then he/she must apply for the VISA again.
    If the visa is granted to the student and he refuses it later, for whatever reason, the refund policies that could be applied to the student then, would be the rules expressed at the beginning of this paragraph.
  5. Final General Conditions
    • According to the Spanish Legislation relating to confidentiality and protection of personal data (Article 15/1999), personal information will be treated as private information by Tía Tula Colegio de Español. Tía Tula informs the student that personal data obtained through the free completion of this form will be included in a file for automated processing; the student, meanwhile, authorizes this treatment by accepting these conditions. The data is purely for internal use and is for statistical and administrative purposes - designed to help provide the services that the student requests and to communicate with him/her regarding these services. The data may be used during the provision of services and subsequent to the provision of services in dealing with outstanding matters related to these same services. In any case, in accordance with Spanish Legislation, the student may, at any time, exercise his/her rights of access, rectification, cancellation and opposition by writing to Tía Tula Colegio de Español, S.L. (CIF:B37410214) - which acknowledges and accepts responsability for the control of the data -, to c/ Palominos, 23 - 37008 Salamanca (Spain).
      The student also agrees that his/her image can be used for advertising when it appears in photos or video taken inside the school, or during extracurricular activities.
    • The student has read and understood the above conditions, and accept them. The contract that this implies is a statement of civil law and respects the rights of the consumers, in particular in Article 82/95 of the Junta de Castilla y León and Article 26/84 of the law in defense of consumers.



Spanish Language and Culture Program
for University Students

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Tía Tula, Colegio de Español, S.L. - c/ Rúa Mayor, 43-47, 1° Dcha - 37008 - Salamanca - España (Spain) - Site map
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