About the Department
Today Spanish is an exciting area of study and, in spite of the growing numbers of students, the Department has a strong
commitment to small-group teaching and prides itself on its friendly atmosphere and supportive ethos.
We offer courses in a variety of areas and from a multidisciplinary and comparative perspective at undergraduate level:
medieval literature and culture; 16th, 17th, 18th, and 19th century literature; contemporary Latin American and Peninsular
literature, history, politics, and culture; Spanish linguistics; and translation studies.
Spanish language is taught by a variety of methods, both innovatory and traditional, in order to equip our students with a
comprehensive range of skills in the fluent, accurate, and sensitive understanding and use of the written and spoken
language of today.
SPANISH MAY BE STUDIED UNDER THE FOLLOWING DEGREE PROGRAMS
Two-Subject Moderatorship (TSM)TSM: Joint honor in Spanish and a wide choice of other Arts subjects, including Economics (TR001)
European Studies (ES)Spanish with one of French, German, Italian, Polish or Russian within European Studies (TR024)
Spanish with Business Studies(BSL)
Business Studies and a Language (TR090)
For the 2017 Undergraduate Prospectus click here