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  • Objectives
    On this course you will study the Spanish and Portuguese languages and aspects of the histories, cultures, cinemas and literatures of the Portuguese and Spanish-speaking worlds. Most students opt to study Portuguese throughout the degree, but it is possible to concentrate exclusively on Spanish after the second year.
  • Entry requirements
    Required subjects: B in Spanish at A level IB score: 30 (5 Spanish at higher level)
  • Academic Title
    BA Hispanic Studies
  • Course description
    BA Hispanic Studies


    Year one

    In this year, you will begin a structured course in Spanish to take you from A level to degree level, and also begin the study of Portuguese. You are also introduced to aspects of modern Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American literature, culture and history.

    Year two

    In this year, you will develop your knowledge of both Spanish and Portuguese to prepare you for the year abroad and deepen and widen your knowledge of more specialist aspects of modern Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American literature, culture and history.

    Year three

    Usually either spent in Spain or Spanish America or, if pursuing Portuguese, divided between Spain or Spanish America and Portugal or Brazil, either studying, working as an assistant in a school or on a work placement.

    Year four

    In this year, you will build on your language acquisition in year three to develop your language skills to degree level, and will select specialist options from a range of research-based topics in the literature, culture and history of Spain, Portugal and Latin America.

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