Affordable, flexible high-quality Spanish language and culture classes from beginning through advanced
Spanish is one of the most spoken languages in the world. UW–Madison Continuing Studies offers the region’s most comprehensive noncredit Spanish language program, featuring eight levels of language instruction from Spanish 0 (a slow introduction for the true beginner) through level 7 (advanced language practice), plus pronunciation, writing, and culture classes. We offer advanced conversation classes and book clubs multiple times a year, always with a different topic. Advanced language classes are offered once a year. Online and customized courses are also available.
At a Glance
What: Practical and flexible language classes taught by highly skilled instructors who are experts in their field. Our creative approach will give you a solid understanding of the Spanish language and get you started speaking right away.
Who: Any adult leaner who wants to learn to speak Spanish for conversation, travel, or business. Spanish language classes are open to the public. Take a Link to take Spanish placement test onlineplacement test to discover the right level for you.
How: In-person classes in Madison on evenings or weekends.
Questions? Contact Christopher Moore at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 608‑262‑7389.
Customized Spanish Language and Cultural Training for your Business
Practice your Spanish with native speakers and other language learners at Link to learn more about weekly Spanish conversation groupsLa mesa de español , a weekly informal conversation group. Sponsored by the Department of Spanish and Portuguese
Improve your Spanish language skills and gain the cultural knowledge you need to conduct business successfully in Spain and Latin America.Spanish Writing Class
One of the best ways to improve your spoken Spanish is by improving your writing. Learn to tell your story in a well-written narrative. A Spanish writing expert guides you through those tricky past tenses, gives you personalized feedback, and helps you compose better sentences and paragraphs.