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Registration for free Catalan language courses is open

Until January 25, entry to free Catalan language courses will be open. Registration can be done online at www.cultura.ad/apren-catala.ad or through newsletters distributed in public places. Further information can be obtained from the Catalan language centers: La Massana (838 058), Pas de la Casa (856 569), Encamp (832 472) or Escaldes-Engordany (829 240).

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Holders of the Andorran Humanities and Social Sciences Diploma will be able to obtain citizenship in the principality

Andorra’s Council of Ministers has decided to create a degree in humanities and social sciences. All students, if they successfully pass the exams, will also be able, if they wish, to obtain citizenship of Andorra without having to take the exam of the Commission of Andorra, dealing with issues of citizenship.

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The 17th Catalan Language University Campus begins, in Girona and Andorra

The 17th Catalan Language University Campus (XVII Campus universitari de la llengua catalana) begins, in Girona and Andorra.  31 students of Catalan from Great Britain, Switzerland, Cuba, Poland, Italy, Portugal, China, Russia, United States, Serbia, Germany, Brazil, Canada, Romania, Mexico and Czech Republic have the chance to improve their linguistic competence and cultural knowledge. The immersion, which …

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In 2018, L’Àrea de Llengua Catalana launches 18 free lessons to study the Catalan language for residents of Andorra

In 2018, L’Àrea de Llengua Catalana launches 18 free lessons to study the Catalan language for residents of Andorra. The courses will take place at the training centers of Encamp, La Massana, Sant Julia de Loria and Escaldes.

The application will take place from 8th to 31th January, details on cultura.ad.

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The government of Andorra launches a new linguistic campaign to study the Catalan language “Tot va començar amb un cafè …”

The government of Andorra launches a new linguistic campaign to study the Catalan language “Tot va començar amb un cafè …” (“It started with a cup of coffee.”) The campaign will be active during the entire academic year 2017-2018 and implies the study of the Catalan language in an informal situations with volunteers – native speakers …

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Andorra approved the ratification of the UNESCO Convention against Discrimination in Education

According to the initiative of Minister of Education of Andorra Eric Jover, The Council of Ministers of Andorra approved the ratification of the UNESCO Convention against Discrimination in Education. The convention will be ratified by the parliament of Andorra in the near future, reports Andorran Government.

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The Adult Education Center (El Center de Formació d’Adults) in La Seu d’Urgell starts registration for free courses in Catalan, English and French, as well as informatics courses

The Adult Education Center (El Center de Formació d’Adults) in La Seu d’Urgell starts registration for free courses in Catalan, English and French, as well as informatics courses.

As for language courses, the levels A1 and A2 of English and French, as well as A1, A2 and B1 of the Catalan language will be offered.

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The Government of Andorra and the Illa Carlemany cinema signed an agreement on the promotion of Catalan cinema in the Principality

The Government of Andorra represented by the Department of Language Culture and the administration of the Illa Carlemany cinema signed an agreement on the promotion of Catalan cinema in the Principality.

According to the document, at least ten premieres of Catalan cinema will be shown annually at the Illa Carlemany cinema. Copies will subsequently be distributed …

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Welcome to multilingual Andorra – the country where speaking 3 languages is normal, says British writer Clare Allcard

WELCOME TO MULTILINGUAL ANDORRA – THE COUNTRY WHERE SPEAKING THREE LANGUAGES IS NORMAL

When I first came here over 30 years ago, Andorra had three official languages: French – in honour of her 700 year connection to France, her powerful neighbour to the north. Spanish in honour of her 700 year connection to Spain, the powerful …

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