The accreditation of centers of the Cervantes Institute is an international accreditation, aimed at public and private centers that offer Spanish teaching services, which allows their recognition as centers accredited by the Cervantes Institute after having obtained a favorable evaluation referred to the following fields : the academic activity and the teaching team, the facilities and equipment of the center, the administrative organization and the information and publicity.
By the accredited center:
Obligations related to the content of the accreditation:
Being a DELE exam center of the Cervantes Institute entails a series of commitments to be achieved through previously stipulated objectives, in order to continue and preserve both the prestige of the Cervantes Institute and the great value of diplomas in the certification of the use of the Spanish language .
It represents managing and organizing both the logistic-administrative part and the commercial dissemination of the DELE exams that take place every year (April, May, July, October and November).
CSA as an examining center is responsible for registering and examining the candidates that appear for each of the tests in each call. Subsequently, it is in charge of sending said evidence to the Cervantes Institute for its subsequent qualification, as well as communicating and disseminating to the candidates any matter related to the DELE that has to be known by the candidates (mainly the dates of the different tests, the requirements and conditions for the candidate and finally disseminate the qualifications and diplomas).
CSA teachers have passed examiner training through specific courses for each level. These courses are part of the academic offer of the Cervantes Institute centers abroad and the training program of the Teacher Training Department of the Academic Area of the headquarters.
Choosing an accredited school implies choosing a one that offers:
The goal of Instituto Cervantes is to contribute to the advancement of Spanish and Hispanic American cultures throughout non-Spanish speaking countries and to encourage the study of Spanish as a second language