Masters degrees in Spanish Literature & Language allow postgraduates to interpret and analyse Spanish literary texts from across the world, as well as examine the grammar, structure and development of the Spanish language itself.
Entry requirements usually involve a Bachelors degree in a related discipline, and you may need to have a certain aptitude in Spanish. Common specialisms include Hispanic Studies, Latin American Studies, Catalan Studies and Comparative Literature.
Spanish is the world’s second most widely spoken language in terms of native speakers, making it a highly transferrable skill if you eventually want to work or study abroad.
Masters in Spanish Literature & Language reflect the fact that Spanish is spoken across the globe, which means you’ll be able to specialise in the literature and linguistics of the regions that interest you. This could be mainland Spain, Latin America, Central America or the Caribbean, as well as areas in the United States with a big Latino population.
Common postgraduate destinations include international organisations, translation, publishing, teaching and journalism.