The University of Silesia has signed a cooperation agreement with the Cervantes Institute in Krakow. The document was signed at the Faculty of Philology in Sosnowiec, during this year’s Hispanophony – an event promoting Spanish language and culture.
Cooperation enables organizing annual international conferences for teachers of Spanish as a foreign language (ELE), didactic workshops, as well as developing an internship program for students of the Cervantes Institute and co-organizing cultural events promoting Spanish language and culture, Hispanoamerican and Hispano-speaking countries.
The Cervantes Institute is a Spanish state institution established in 1991 to disseminate and teach Spanish and to promote Spanish and Hispanic American culture abroad. The Institute has over 77 branches on five continents.