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Hispanic Studies

Spanish is a world language with around 400 million speakers and is today one of the most important languages for commerce and cultural exchange. Warwick offers an innovative approach, with complete coverage of Spanish from Europe to the Caribbean, the Americas, Africa and the Pacific. All our programmes enable you to study the Spanish language and Hispanic literatures and cultures to the highest level, while developing your communication, analytical and research skills.

The below course structure is indicative. Modules on offer change year on year, dependent on staff research interests and availability.

Year One

Core Modules
  Modern Spanish Language (I) (HP101-30) or Modern Spanish Language for Beginners (HP102-30)
  Language, Text and Identity in the Hispanic World (HP103-30)
  Images and Representations of the Hispanic World (HP104-30)
  Icons of the Hispanic World (HP105-30)  
Optional Modules
  One approved outside option in another academic department or the Language Centre

Year Two/Three

Core Modules
  Modern Spanish Language (II) (HP201-30) or Modern Spanish Language II post-beginners (HP202-30)
Optional Modules

Optional modules in Hispanic Studies (60-90 credits) including LN209 Introduction to Language Teaching

External module choice (0-30 credits)

Year Two/Three - Spent Abroad

Year Four

Core Modules
  Modern Spanish Language (III) (HP301-30)
Optional Modules
  Final-year Hispanic Studies modules (60-90 credits)
  Approved outside option (up to 30 credits) or Dissertation LN400

Course Structure

Dr Kirsty Hooper

Hispanic Studies