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Friday, December 9, 2005 (read 7776 times)
 

Spanish in Norway

by Paqui

Spanish language is gaining importance in the world. I have already writen posts about Spanish teaching jobs in Canada and USA, demand for teachers of Spanish in China, and about prizes for teachers of Spanish worldwide. I read today from EFE that also among the Norwegians interest for our language is increasing rapidly.

In norwegian secondary education, the number of students of Spanish increased 32% in 2004, and the number of beginners in Spanish at the University of Olso grew 85% in 2005. This university is currently increasing the number of Spanish teachers due to the demand for the subject. The University of Bergen has also noticed a rising demand for courses of Spanish and is currently preparing some 600 teachers to teach the language in primary and secondary schools of the country. These teachers will also follow training courses in different locations in Spain.

Also, Spanish is becoming more popular in the media. A Latin American radio station in Norway broadcasts 40 hours of Latin music per week has a following of thousands of people.


Keywords: teachers,students,spanish

Comments

1 » Fernanda (on Thursday, November 3, 2011) said:

Hello with an smile :):)
To the University of Bergen:
I would like to be one of those 600 teachers who will follow training courses for "Spanish teaching in Norway!!; Thank in advance for your offer; Kindly

2 » Martha Rais (on Saturday, July 30, 2011) said:

Hi. I am a certified Spanish teacher and native Speaker. I am currently teaching English in Colombia, but have wanted to move to Norway and teach there for a while. Is there hope for me? I have 7 years of experience with teaching Spanish > I would love your feedback!

3 » Angela (on Thursday, March 1, 2012) said:

Hi. I am currently finishing my Masters in Hispanic Studies in Seattle, WA (USA). I have been teaching Spanish for two years at the University of Washington (Seattle). I am from Spain, so I am looking for job in Europe. I can get recommendations from a few supervisors if necesary.

4 » Clara (on Monday, April 23, 2012) said:

Hello, I'm a native Spanish teacher. I 'm well prepared with university degree and two masters degree concerning Spanish teaching. I would like to move to Norway to work there.

5 » Africa Albelda (on Friday, March 23, 2012) said:

Dear Mr./Mrs.,
I'm a Spanish journalist from 2006 and I get the Master Degree for being Spanish Teacher, from Valencia University, actually I am 28 years old. I was living in Sweden like a Erasmus and I know Norway, so I would like to live there, because I love the nature and the people. My English is high, because I lived in USA and England.

Thanks for reading me, I hope we can work together, sincerelly

Africa

6 » Javier (on Thursday, February 2, 2012) said:

Hi, i'm 18 years old. I'm thnking about the possibility of going to Norway and maybe it'd be a good idea to be a Spanish language teacher. However, i have a doubt. Is to be a native from a Spanish-speaking country the only thing i'd need? I'm from Spain. Please i'd like to know what would i need to teach Spanish language in Norway. Thanks!!

7 » Michele (on Monday, July 23, 2012) said:

Hi,
I''m an experienced Spanish teacher and I''m Italian. I''ve been working as it for 7 years so far and I have both Italian and Spanish teaching certificate. I have a 5years degree and 3 masters. I have language certificates as well: a DELE Superior (C2) and an IELTS with 7.5 over 9. I''m currently studying Norwegian. I would like to work in Norway.

8 » pedro (on Wednesday, August 29, 2012) said:

Hello, I''m a native Spanish teacher, i!ve been working in a public school in Madrid for 9 years and I have a degree in teaching physical education. I would like to work in Norway as pe teacher or teaching spanish in a primary school.Thanks.

9 » Miguel (on Sunday, September 23, 2012) said:

Hi, I''m 17. I''m a native from Spain and quite experienced in giving Spanish lessons to individuals. As I am quite young, I am only able to give lessons either to primary or to secondary school students, however, the prices are very reasonable. I''m very fluent in English (I''m about to get the Advanced-C1 level) and been to Norway before, so I already know some Norwegian. My aim is to spend part of the 2013 summer in Norway and I need some money for that. Thanks a lot!

10 » Quim (on Monday, April 1, 2013) said:

Hi I''m Quim and lately I''ve been considering moving to Oslo to teach Spanish while I complement my studies of engeenering. I''m very fluent in English and have a good knowledge of both English and Spanish grammar. I''m native from Barcelona and I already have some experience on teaching Spanish. I''m looking forward to some feedbacks or tips. Thanks

11 » teresa (on Thursday, January 16, 2014) said:

Hi im spanish girl and i can teach spanish language, i live in oslo.

12 » Patricia de los Reyes (on Sunday, April 20, 2014) said:

Hi, I amPatricia, a Spanish professor from Mexico. I have 15 years of experience in teaching Spanish at the Universidad Veracruzana in Xalapa, Veracruz, mëxico. I got a Master degree in Teaching Spanish as a Second Language from Universidad de Alcalá. My first career is Hispanic Language and Literature, I got the grade from Universidad Veracruzana too. I am co-author of several Manuals of Spanish. I am looking for a job, because I am getting married soon with a Norway resident. delosr@gmail.com, that is my e-adress. Thank you very much for this space.

13 » Jose Gallego (on Thursday, July 3, 2014) said:

Hi. I''m a Colombian Spanish teacher with 5 years of experience in teaching adults. I would love to teach in Norway. What are the requirements?

14 » Lydia (on Friday, October 31, 2014) said:

Hi, l am Lydia, prof. of Spanish language. l am from Serbia. l would appreciate if you would tell me if l have any chance of working in Norway as a Spanish teacher, since my native language is Serbian. Thank you.

15 » Dennis (on Saturday, May 23, 2015) said:

Hello, my name is Dennis and I am from Costa Rica. I am an English teacher in my country but Spanish is my first language. Is there any program in which I can go to work to Norway as a Spanish teacher? I am really interested.

16 » Jair (on Friday, July 24, 2015) said:

HEllo!
I''m a guy from Mexico living now in Belgium, the heart of Europe. I?m always a self-motivated guy who love to teach what i know to the others. I gave Spanish lessons for a period in an organization in Turnhout. I''m not a certificated Spanish teacher, but i have the ability to help people to learn easier and faster the language. I love Nordic countries and of course would be a pleasure to be in Norway. Best Regards. Jair M.

17 » Orlando Iglesias (on Friday, July 31, 2015) said:

I am a cuban spanish teaching, and I am looking a teaching job in Norway, Sweden , or Canada. What I must do?

18 » Pablo Quinteros Meza (on Wednesday, August 26, 2015) said:

Hi...I''m Pablo. I''m an EFL/ESL teacher, but I have also taught Spanish as a Foreign Language. I have just gotten my Masters in Bilingual Bicultural Education at Teachers College Columbia University, and I would love getting a chance of working in Norway. Thank you

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