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If you have decided to become a Bilingual Primary Education Teacher, then you have to check the information about the 'Distrito Unico Andaluz' (Andalusian Unified District) here (Spanish) to find out about requirements and conditions to become a student at any of the Universities in Andalusia, including the bilingual group at the University of Granada. Next, you might register here (Spanish) at the Bilingual Group at the University of Granada, but BEFORE you do so, please read carefully the following information in order to make an informed decision:

  • The official Degree in Primary Education Teacher Training offered at the University of Granada is regulated by the Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport.
  • The Degree in Primary Education Teacher Training curriculum is the same for all groups, including the bilingual group.
  • The bilingual group is not a specialty of the Degree in Primary Education Teacher Training, but a way of teaching that Degree, since no changes are included in the curriculum nor in terms of the competencies acquired, apart from an improvement in the mastery of the English language.
  • The official acknowledgment of the group in which the Degree has been completed will be certified on the European Supplement Diploma, specifying the total number of credits taken in English.
  • Those graduates who decide to become teachers of English in the Spanish Public Education System will have to get certified, in the same way as any other student from any other group, with a B2 level according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFRL).
  • The bilingual group means that at least half of the credits of the Degree will be delivered in English.

In addition, we recommend that you read the information included in the on-line registration package, as well as the Future Student Guide (Spanish) in order to have additional information and to be aware of recommendations and prerequisites you need to meet in order to optimise your choice. After four years experience, we have realised that some students do not have the necessary level of English to overcome the barriers that learning in a foreign language entails. Therefore, it is highly advisable that you think beforehand whether this is the best option for you, particularly if your English level is not at least equivalent to a B1 (pre-intermediate). For more detailed academic information on this Degree you can download the Flyer in (English) or (Spanish).