PORTUGUESE LANGUAGE COURSES in SEPTEMBER 2015

In September 2015, the Portuguese Language Center at TSU will open two new Portuguese language courses for the general public*:
LEVEL 1 (A1)
LEVEL 2 (A2)

If you are interested in taking part in one of the courses, please send an e-mail to Vera.Peixoto@tsu.ge with your full name and e-mail.

The schedule of the courses will be decided together with the students on the FIRST MEETING:
Date: 19th September
Place: Portuguese Language Center – TSU building II, room 203
Times:
LEVEL 1 – 10:00
LEVEL 2 – 12:00

* The courses are organized in partnership with the TSU Life Long Learning Center.

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Here is some ADDITIONAL INFORMATION about BOTH courses:

1. Starting date: first lesson on the 19th September

2. Schedule: 4 hours per week divided in two lessons of 2 hours each (precise schedule to be decided together with the students on the first lesson)

3. Duration of each course: one semester (52 hours/ 4 hours per week)

4. Place: TSU Camões Portuguese Language Center (TSU Building II, room 203)

5. Teacher: Vera Peixoto

6. Students: minimum 7/ maximum 15 per class

7. Book: Português XXI (provided in the first lesson)

8. Website for official enrollment and info in Georgian: https://www.tsu.ge/…/adm…/departments/lll/tv9f13htqdv3dufu/…

9. Price for the ENTIRE COURSE: 255 GEL (general public) | 225 GEL (TSU students and employees)

10. Certificates: at the end, each student will be granted a Certificate, issued by the TSU Life Long Learning Center.

11. The students taking part in the courses will be considered for the BEST PORTUGUESE STUDENT AWARD, which entails a Language Course at a Portuguese University in the Summer of 2016, with a scholarship by the Camões Institute/Instituto Camões and a return trip payed for by TSU.

12. If you are a TSU undergraduate student, you can choose the Portuguese Language Courses as a curricular option (5 ECTS), through the Spanish Department. In that case, the enrollment is free and there are no certificates. But the duration of the course, place, teacher, etc. are all the same as stated above.

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