Modern Languages (LID)

Why study Modern Languages at Uninter?

Because Uninter offers the opportunity to interact with students from twenty five different countries in order to create a culturally rich and a vibrant environment for Languages students so they can acquire knowledge of different cultures and lifestyles as well as to practice different languages with native speakers. It also offers eighty different exchange programs to experience other cultures and languages first-hand and this way creating inter-relationships with other students and transnationals companies to develop abilities and skills within the educational or professional field.

Course Guide for LDI Program
First Semester
Second Semester
  • Greco Latin Etymologies
  • Research Methodology
  • Human Development and Values
  • Grammar Workshop
  • Interculturality I (Intercultural Studies)
  • English I
  • Computer Studies
  • Quality Management
  • General Linguistics
  • Interculturality II
  • Advanced Spanish II
  • English II
Third Semester
Fourth Semester
  • Using ICT in Language Education
  • French I
  • Hispanic Geography
  • Universal Literature
  • Spanish III
  • English III
  • Art Didactics
  • French II
  • Phonetics and Phonology
  • Mexican Literature
  • Advanced Spanish IV
  • English IV
Fifth Semester
Sixth Semester
  • Universal History
  • French III
  • Hispanic Literature
  • Advanced English Grammar
  • Elective I
  • Elective II
  • Methodology of Language Education
  • French IV
  • Editorial Writing *
  • Generative Grammar
  • Elective III
  • Elective IV
Seventh Semester
Eigth Semester
  • Social Pragmatics
  • Spanish Microteaching Workshop I
  • Advanced French Grammar
  • Dialectology
  • Professional Editing
  • Elective V
  • Elective VI
  • Curricular Planning
  • Spanish Microteaching Workshop II
  • Philology
  • Text Analysis and Productive Writing
  • Elective VII
  • Elective VIII