Masters degrees in Spanish Society & Culture explore the institutions, cultural movements and traditions associated with Spanish-speaking countries and regions. Students will typically examine areas to do with politics, history, literature and economics, relating them to the development of Spanish-speaking societies.
Entry requirements may include an undergraduate degree in Spanish Studies or similar, while related specialisms include Latin American Studies, Hispanic Studies and Catalan Studies.
Why study a Masters in Spanish Society & Culture?
As one of the world’s most widely spoken languages, a Masters in Spanish Society & Culture equips with the tools and knowledge to make a real difference in a range of regions.
Whether you’re examining Catalan nationalism or the politics of race in Latin America, you’ll develop an excellent intercultural awareness that could prove extremely valuable to employers around the world. Typical career destinations include international NGOs, journalism and teaching. A Masters could also be the first step towards a PhD in Spanish Society & Culture.