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They rode, or walk’d, or studied Spanish

To read Don Quixote in the original

A pleasure before which all others vanish.

         Lord Byron, Don Juan (Canto the Fourteenth)


 

Spanish is rightly perceived as a fun language with many, especially younger people, associating it with exciting music and dance such as Flamenco and Salsa, but it is also a world language - after English and Chinese it is probably spoken by more people than any other language.

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The study of Spanish at the University of Malta equips students with a solid grounding in the language, literature, culture, and current affairs of Spain, and Spanish-speaking Latin America. It may be studied up to BA Honours level. A BA in Spanish Studies is a pre-requisite for joining the Masters in Teaching and Learning (Spanish) course.

Competence in Spanish will permit access to job openings in international business, the diplomatic service and EU institutions; translation and interpretation; education; and any area of endeavour where a knowledge of languages is an asset.

The Department also offers introductory courses in Portuguese as spoken in Brazil. 

 

 

 

 

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Undergraduate Semester Timetables 2019/20
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Approved Combinations of Areas of Study
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