Spanish is the world’s fourth most commonly spoken language, and during this course you will enhance your linguistic skills allowing you to interact effectively with users of language in speech and in writing.
You’ll explore the local culture, entertainment and media of Spanish-speaking countries. Engaging critically and understanding the matters central to the society and culture, past and present.
Modules include Social issues and trends, as well as Political, intellectual and artistic culture.
Social issues and trends
Travel and exploration
- Advantages of travelling, working and studying abroad.
- Impact of travel on society (economic, social, physical and environmental)
- Local culture and festivals in Spain and Spanish- speaking countries
Political, intellectual and artistic culture
Contemporary youth culture
- Entertainment, music and the arts.
- Media and digital culture Youth sub-cultures, trends and personal identity
for 2018/19 entry
- Modern language teachers are native speakers
- Modern, specialist language rooms
- Trips to China, France and Spain
- Theatre visits including The Crucible and foreign language cinema
- Visiting speakers from universities, including renowned linguists, writers and former students
- Only college outside London to work with Arts Emergency - a charity providing students with access to Arts and Humanities professionals
- Enrichment including Creative Writing, Japanese Language and Culture, Italian
- Support and extension classes