Hispanic Studies Course 2024-25

One of the most comprehensive Hispanic studies programs available, it is especially aimed at university students and professionals with an advanced level of Spanish interested in deepening their knowledge of the different aspects of the language and culture of Spain and Latin America.

Duration

◼ 225 hours or 450 hours

Schedule

You will be able to choose between Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday
◼ Fall 2023 (available soon)

LEGEND
TAUGHT IN: Impartida en español = SPANISH / Impartida en inglés=ENGLISH

PERIODS: Periodo Otoño = Fall / Periodo Primavera= Spring

SUBJECTS CEH

A. LANGUAGE
Oral production and interaction skills in Spanish (*1). Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
Writing texts in Spanish (*1) Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
Spanish Grammar (*1) Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
The Diversity of Spanish Language in the World Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
Translation English to Spanish I Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
Translation English to Spanish II (*2) Taught in Spanish Spring
Business Spanish Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
Teaching Spanish in Bilingual Schools Taught in Spanish Fall
Spanish Linguistics Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
Applied Linguistics in Teaching Spanish Taught in Spanish Spring
Spanish Sign Language Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
Introduction to the Arabic language Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
B. LITERATURE
Spanish Literature: from Renaissance to the Golden Age of Cervantes Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
Spanish Literature: Enlightenment, Romanticism and Realism Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
Contemporary Spanish Literature Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
Latin American Literature Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
Image of Women in Spanish Literature: 18th to 21st Centuries Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
Spanish Theater and Social Change Taught in Spanish Spring
Federico García Lorca. Life and Work (*3) Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
Fantastical Literature and Magical Realism Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
C. HISTORY
Spanish History from 18th Century to the Civil War and Franco Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
La Transición: From Franco’s Dictatorship to Today’s Democratic Spain Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
Contemporary History of America. Taught in Spanish Spring
D. HISTORY OF ART
Spanish Art (Renaissance and Baroque). Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
Contemporary Spanish Art Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
History of Spanish Cinema Taught in Spanish Fall
A Social and Ideological Perspective of Contemporary European Films Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
Spain and Latin America through Contemporary Cinema Taught in Spanish Spring
E. CULTURE
Spanish Civilization and Culture Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
Latin American Civilization and Culture Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
Islamic Culture in Spain Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
Spanish Music: Society, Tradition and Avant-garde Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
Religious Diversity and Culture in Medieval Spain Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
The Art of Flamenco in Society and Culture Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
F. SOCIOLOGY, POLITICS AND ECONOMICS
Current Sociopolitical Topics in Spain Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
The Political System of the European Union Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
Economics and Business in Spain and Latin America Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
Marketing communication Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
Cross-cultural Development Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
G. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Renewable Energies Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
Civil Engineering and Territory Taught in Spanish Fall
Health Sciences and Public Health in Spain Taught in Spanish Spring
Ecology and the Environment in Spain (*3) Taught in Spanish Spring
Climate change: causes and effects from a multidisciplinary approach Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
H. INTERNSHIPS
Business Internship Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
Internship Program in Educational Institutions Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
Service Learning and Community Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
Internship program in Health Centres Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
Internships in Cultural, Tourist and Artistic Organisations Taught in Spanish Fall Spring
 

More information on the internship program

More information on the internship program

I. FOREIGN LANGUAGE (Only one language may be chosen in each term)
(Arab, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian…) (*4). Fall Spring

Students must already have a high command of Spanish to be able to follow these subjects (i.e. have passed level B2.1 (CLM – 6 Advanced) (See specifications of level test).

*1 – One of these three subjects is obligatory for all students enrolled on Hispanic Studies Course, except those who have passed level C1 (CLM – 8 Superior) or those who have taken the Hispanic Studies Course in the previous period.

*2 – To take the subject «Translation English to Spanish II» you need to have passed «Translation English to Spanish I» or level B2.2 (CLM-level 7).

*3 – This subject has an additional cost of 30€ for field trip expenses.

*4 – The subject «Modern Language» has different dates than the Hispanic Studies course. Only one language may be chosen in each term.

    WHICH DATES DO YOU WANT TO CHOOSE?

    DATES

    HOURS

    REGISTRATION FEE

    TOTAL FEE

    Fall 2024

    1 Oct - 19 Dec 2024

    225H

    820€

    2,050€

    Spring 2025

    3 February - 22 May 2024

    225H

    820€

    2,050€

    Fall 2024 +
    Spring 2025

    1 Oct 2024 - 22 May 2025

    450H

    1,448€

    3,619€

    Those students who do not pass the placement test for the Hispanic Studies Course may apply the reservation to other courses. It is possible to register for only some single subjects of this program (705 €/single subject). Students who are taking 5 subjects in any semester have the option of taking an additional subject at a special price of 414€. If you choose to take a 120-hour internship, the price per semester for the Hispanic Studies course will be 2,536 €.

    More detailed information

    ◾ Holidays and non-teaching days

    – 1 November 2024
    – 6 and 9 December 2024

    – 28 February 2025
    – Easter Holidays: from 12 to 20 April 2025
    – 1 May 2025


    ◾ Detail of dates

    FALL 2024

    Monday and Wednesday subjects

    Tuesday and Thursday subjects

    Classes on Friday

    25 Oct.

    End of classes

    11 Dec.

    12 Dec

    Exam period

    16 and 18 Dic.

    17 and 19 Dec.

    SPRING 2025

    Monday and Wednesday subjects

    Tuesday and Thursday subjects

    Classes on Friday

    7 March

    28 March, 25 April

    End of classes

    14 May

    15 May

    Exam period

    19 and 21 May

    20 and 22 May

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    WHAT SUBJECTS ARE YOU GOING TO CHOOSE?

    Each subject has a duration of 45 hours. For each period you will have to choose a minimum of 4 subjects and a maximum of 5. Optionally you could choose a sixth subject with the special additional price of 394€.

    FALL

    (Minimum 4 subjects and maximum 5)
    A. LANGUAGE ___
    Oral production and interaction skills in Spanish (*1)Writing texts in Spanish (*1)Spanish Grammar (*1)The Diversity of Spanish Language in the WorldTranslation English to Spanish IBusiness SpanishTeaching Spanish in Bilingual SchoolsSpanish LinguisticsSpanish Sign LanguageIntroduction to the Arabic language
    B. LITERATURE ___
    Spanish Literature: from Renaissance to the Golden Age of CervantesSpanish Literature: Enlightenment, Romanticism and RealismContemporary Spanish LiteratureLatin American LiteratureImage of Women in Spanish Literature: 18th to 21st CenturiesFederico García Lorca. Life and Work (*3)Fantastical Literature and Magical Realism

    C. HISTORY ___
    Spanish History from 18th Century to the Civil War and FrancoLa Transición: From Franco's Dictatorship to Today's Democratic Spain

    D. HISTORY OF ART ___
    Spanish Art (Renaissance and Baroque)Contemporary Spanish ArtHistory of Spanish CinemaA Social and Ideological Perspective of Contemporary European Films

    E. CULTURE ___
    Spanish Civilization and CultureLatin American Civilization and CultureIslamic Culture in SpainThe Art of Flamenco in Society and CultureSpanish Music: Society, Tradition and Avant-gardeReligious Diversity and Culture in Medieval Spain

    F. SOCIOLOGY, POLITICS AND ECONOMICS ___
    Current Sociopolitical Topics in SpainThe Political System of the European UnionEconomics and Business in Spain and Latin AmericaMarketing communication

    G. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY ___
    Renewable EnergiesCivil Engineering and TerritoryClimate change: causes and effects from a multidisciplinary approach

    H. INTERNSHIPS ___
    Business Internship (45H)Business Internship (120H)(*4)Internship Program in Educational Institutions (45H)Internship Program in Educational Institutions (120H)(*4)Internship program in Health Centres (45H)Internship program in Health Centres (120H)(*4)Service Learning and Community (45H)Internships in Cultural, Tourist and Artistic Organisations (45H)Internships in Cultural, Tourist and Artistic Organisations (120H)(*4)

    I. FOREIGN LANGUAGE ___(*5)
    EnglishFrenchGermanItalianJapanesePortugueseSwedishArabRussian

    SPRING

    (Minimum 4 subjects and maximum 5)

    A. LANGUAGE ___
    Oral production and interaction skills in Spanish (*1)Writing texts in Spanish (*1)Spanish Grammar (*1)The Diversity of Spanish Language in the WorldTranslation English to Spanish ITranslation English to Spanish II (*2)Business SpanishApplied Linguistics in Teaching SpanishSpanish LinguisticsSpanish Sign LanguageIntroduction to the Arabic language

    B. LITERATURE ___
    Spanish Literature: from Renaissance to the Golden Age of CervantesSpanish Literature: Enlightenment, Romanticism and RealismContemporary Spanish LiteratureLatin American LiteratureImage of Women in Spanish Literature: 18th to 21st CenturiesSpanish Theater and Social ChangeMicro-narrative and Modern AestheticsFederico García Lorca. Life and Work (*3)Fantastical Literature and Magical Realism

    C. HISTORY ___
    Spanish History from 18th Century to the Civil War and FrancoLa Transición: From Franco's Dictatorship to Today's Democratic SpainContemporary History of America

    D. HISTORY OF ART ___
    Spanish Art (Renaissance and Baroque)Contemporary Spanish ArtSpain and Latin America through Contemporary CinemaA Social and Ideological Perspective of Contemporary European Films

    E. CULTURE ___
    Spanish Civilization and CultureLatin American Civilization and CultureIslamic Culture in SpainSpanish Music: Society, Tradition and Avant-gardeThe Art of Flamenco in Society and CultureReligious Diversity and Culture in Medieval Spain

    F. SOCIOLOGY, POLITICS AND ECONOMICS ___
    Current Sociopolitical Topics in SpainEconomics and Business in Spain and Latin AmericaThe Political System of the European UnionMarketing communicationCross-cultural Development

    G. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY ___
    Health Sciences and Public Health in SpainEcology and the Environment in Spain (*3)Renewable EnergiesClimate change: causes and effects from a multidisciplinary approach

    H. INTERNSHIPS ___
    Business Internship (45H)Business Internship (120H)(*4)Internship Program in Educational Institutions (45H)Internship Program in Educational Institutions (120H)(*4)Internship program in Health Centres (45H)Internship program in Health Centres (120H)(*4)Service Learning and Community (45H)Internships in Cultural, Tourist and Artistic Organisations (45H)Internships in Cultural, Tourist and Artistic Organisations (120H)(*4)

    I. FOREIGN LANGUAGE ___ (*5)
    EnglishFrenchGermanItalianJapanesePortugueseSwedishArabRussian

    *1 - One of these three subjects is obligatory for all students enrolled on Hispanic Studies Course, except those who have passed level C1 (CLM - 8 Superior) or those who have taken the Hispanic Studies Course in the previous period.
    *2 - To take the subject "Translation English to Spanish II" you need to have passed "Translation English to Spanish I" or level B2.2 (CLM-level 7).
    *3 -If you choose "Ecology and the Environment in Spain" this subject has an additional cost of 30€ for field trip expenses
    *4 -If you choose to take a 120-hour internship, the price per semester for the Hispanic Studies course will be 2,536 €
    *5 - The subject "Modern Language" has different dates than the Hispanic Studies course. Only one language may be chosen in each term.

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