More than 300 students have responded to a survey carried out by the Language Centre's Communication Department to find out first-hand what their main requirements are in terms of language teaching.

This year, the return to face-to-face learning has allowed the Student Delegation of the Universitat de València, through the Information and Promotion Service for Students (SEDI), to organise the welcome events for the academic year 2021-2022 on 21, 26 and 28 October at the Burjassot, Tarongers and Blasco Ibáñez campuses, respectively. The three days have been a great success in terms of participation, and have allowed the entire university community and especially students in the first years of their degrees to learn about the most interesting initiatives offered by the different university services, as well as the proposals for participation in student associations and groups.

Naturally, the University of Valencia Language Centre has been present at these Welcome Days, promoting its wide range of courses in English, French, German, Italian, Valencian and Spanish as a foreign language (ELE). The Foreign Language Assessment Tests (PACLE), organised by the Language Centre twice a year, in June and September, were of most interest for the majority of the students who visited its information stand. Being able to obtain an official certification of levels B1, B2 and C1 in English, as well as B2 in German and French, in the University’s own language centre is a very pleasant surprise for those who plan to study abroad.  This is similar to what happens with the different types of courses that the Language Centre offers in its modern facilities, including those that are also scheduled on the campuses themselves for students and workers of the University (PAS, PDI and PIF). This information also includes the wide range of grants and subsidies offered by the Language and Language Policy Service and the International Relations Service of the UV.

The survey

The University of Valencia's clear commitment to multilingualism and internationalisation is, in fact, the basis for the survey carried out by the Language Centre’s Communication Department and aimed at the participants of the 2021 Welcome Days. The aim was none other than to find out what their main interests are in terms of language teaching, to respond to any suggestions they might have and to offer channels of communication so that they can receive first-hand information from the Centre. More than 300 students responded to this survey on the three campuses, a 'good thermometer' when it comes to measuring the success of these events and the interest shown in the courses offered by the University of Valencia Language Centre.


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