BA (Hons) Spanish and Latin American Studies
Study Spanish at Stirling and discover a world of new opportunities. We ensure you’re ready to speak, read and write Spanish to a professional level.
- Award BA (Hons)
- Start date September 2021
- Duration 48 months or 36 months (Please note, completing an optional Language Assistantship increases the study period to 60 months or 48 months)
- Mode of study Part-time, Full-time, Campus based
- UCAS Code R410
- Study abroad opportunities
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Over 400 million people around the world speak Spanish – which is why learning the language for yourself makes you a powerful asset to employers in an age of global opportunities.
This course offers Spanish for all – from complete beginners to advanced speakers – and equips you to read, write and speak the language to an advanced level appropriate for the demands of today’s job market. You will also have the chance to acquire a critical awareness of the societies and cultures of Spain and Latin America, as well as transferrable skills that can be applied in a number of professional and academic settings.
In order to truly immerse yourself in Spanish and Latin American culture, you will spend an extended period studying abroad in either Spain, Mexico, Chile or Argentina. This opportunity to refine your language skills will be bolstered by the research-led teaching you will enjoy in Stirling.
If you would like to explore multiple subjects, Spanish and Latin American Studies can be combined with loads of other courses. From Education or Business Studies to Law and Journalism, each combination is designed to help you work towards your vision for the future right from the outset of your studies.
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