50 hours of virtual work

Recognition of ECTS credits

+34 93 254 18 00

  • Introduction
  • Languages and modalities
  • Calendar, price and registration
  • Contact details


Rosetta Stone is an online self-learning language platform.

Study at your own pace and on your own, and get an immediate feedback from your exercises.

Rosetta Stone can be downloaded to your mobile phone or tablet to study anywhere, anytime. And with the offline mode, you can download content and work offline.


  • Each level offers 150 hours of online study, 20 units and different subject matter for you to choose from.
  • At the beginning of the course, you will take a placement test. Depending on your level, you will be placed in the appropriate modality and level.
  • Access to the platform for one language and level for a 6 month period.
  • Objective setting and ongoing assessments that pose challenges and engage the student in the learning process.
  • Expert-graded speaking and written activities with personalised comments.
  • Seek & Speak technology that offers the ability to customise learning with audio and photo images of real-life objects.
  • Possibility to activate the offline mode and work without an internet connection
  • Specialised language content: access to resources on culture, history, geography, business industry and much more.
  • Activities to improve the four language skills: reading and listening comprehension and oral and written expression.

What does UIC Barcelona offer you?

Follow-up and personalised assistance

You will receive a welcome email and personalised follow-up as you progress through the course syllabus. In addition, we are available to answer your questions or help you if you have any problems with the course. 


Certificate of attendance and credit recognition. To obtain the certificate, a minimum of 50 hours of work is required on the platform.

Recognition of credits

This course has a workload of 5 ECTS credits. If you are a UIC Barcelona undergraduate student, you can apply for 2 ECTS credit for this course. If you are an Erasmus student, you can include this course in your learning agreement. For more information on the credit recognition process at UIC Barcelona, click here.

Two programmes:

Foundations: Initial levels A1 and A2

Foundations: Nivells inicials A1 i A2

24 languages: Arabic, Chinese (Mandarin), Dutch, English (American), English (British), Filipino (Tagalog), French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Persian (Farsi), Polish, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, Spanish (Latin America), Spanish (Spain), Swedish, Turkish, and Vietnamese.

  • Immersion-based, communicative method.
  • Learn through context and problem-solving.
  • Activities focus on pronunciation, grammar, and vocabulary.
  • Varied subjects, from “Meeting people” to “Business and Industry.”

Fluency Builder: Advanced levels B1, B2 and C1

Fluency Builder: Nivells avançats B1, B2 i C1

Six languages: English (American), English (British), French, German, Italian, Spanish (Latin America) and Spanish (Spain).

  • Learning through the achievement of objectives.
  • All skills are worked on: reading and listening comprehension and oral and written expression.
  • The learning materials are varied and include texts, videos, audios and pictures of real situations.
  • This programme incorporates specific topics for communication, presentations, business, computing, customer service, medicine, economics, law, tourism and much more.

Enrolment period 

  • 1st semester: 1 to 29 October
  • 2nd semester: 1 to 29 February

Length of course

4-month licence with free access for language and level

  • 1st semester: 1 October to 15 March
  • 2nd Semester: 15 February to 15 June

Price: € 75


System requirements

  • Windows 7, 8, 10 or higher
  • Mac (Intel processor only): OS X Snow Leopard, Lion, Mountain Lion (OS X 10.6 or higher)
  • Screen resolution: 1024 x 768
  • High-speed internet connection 
  • Headphones with microphone

Contact us

Call us at +34 93 509 02 50 or email us at multiling@uic.es