Join our friendly and dynamic Department of Modern Languages and European Studies, which offers the opportunity to study in a lively, multilingual community with staff and students from all over the world. We offer a flexible and supportive approach to learning which allows you to tailor your degree to your interests, including the opportunity to learn other languages. Through this course you will become confident and highly skilled in written and spoken Spanish, both Latin American and Peninsular. You will master the fundamental elements of the language, to the point where you will graduate with a near-native command of it. We’re proud of our small language classes, led by native speakers. Direct access to expert staff for help and feedback ensures you develop your language skills to the best of your ability. A wide range of optional modules in Spanish and Latin American culture, history, literature, theatre, politics and film enhance your learning, and provide you with an in-depth knowledge of the country. You will have the opportunity to study with staff who are internationally-recognised experts in Spanish-speaking literature, history and culture; including the contemporary literature of Spain; Argentinian literature and nation-building; Cuban culture and cultural policy; politics and international relations in Latin America. You will also be able to explore a specific topic beyond the language you're learning through comparative modules. If you really enjoy Spanish or Latin American cinema, for example, then you can opt to take modules in European and World cinema and gain an even broader knowledge of the medium.