Graduate Study

Specialization in Foreign Language Didactics (in Spanish, EDLE)

Approved by the National Commission for University Evaluation and Accreditation (in Spanish, CONEAU) in Session No. 373 (April 8th, 2013). Resolution No. 300/15 by the Ministry of Education, Science, and Technology (in Spanish, MECyT) 

Continuing with its extensive history of graduate training, the School of Languages introduces this new program as an attempt to address education needs in times of technological convergence. This specialization is designed for foreign language teachers who are interested in improving their teaching skills and materials development abilities beyond their place of residence and working environments. 

Degree awarded

Specialization in Foreign Language Didactics

Student profile

Graduates from programs of Argentine or foreign universities, or from non-university higher education programs (minimum program duration: 4 years), whose contents are related to those of this program, with a background in teaching foreign languages.


Degree program duration

Students take the required courses within a period of two years.

They then have a period of six months to write and submit their final paper.


Mode of delivery



Academic body


Dolores Trebucq, M.A.


María Gimena San Martín, M.A.

Academic Committee:

Patricia Lauría, M.A.

Hebe E. Gargiulo, M.A.

María Elisa Romano, M.A.

María Belén Oliva Linares, M.A.


MODULE 1: Fundamental Aspects of Linguistics

Interlanguage Analysis

Foreign Language Teaching to Children

Oral and Written Production

Final Paper Workshop I: Research Methods in Didactics


MODULE 2: Methodology

Foreign Languages for Specific Purposes

Contrastive Analysis

Languages and ICTs

Multilingualism Didactics

Final Paper Workshop II: Academic Writing


MODULE 3: Fundamentals of Curriculum Design

Evaluation Design

Course Design and Materials Development

Final Paper Workshop III: Final Paper Writing

Tuition and fees:

Write an e-mail to: or call: (+54) 0351 4343214, ext. 158.


Contact information:

Dolores Trebucq, M.A.