|Faculty or school||Faculty of Philology and Communication|
|Branch of knowledge|
|Length of course||4 academic years|
|Language(s) of instruction||Catalan 1,9%, Spanish 98,1%|
|Approximate price per credit||17,69 €|
|Coordinator||MARIA PILAR PEREA SABATER|
Objectives and competences
The principles of Spanish language and literature and a systematic and educationally-oriented approach to their use in the public and private sectors and in society at large, supported by language skills (knowledge, research, text production, commentary and criticism), knowledge transfer skills and cultural management abilities.
An international and comparative approach and the principles required to consolidate this interest in other subject areas and to be equipped to pursue postgradaute studies.
Access and admission
Applicant profile and access requirements
Recommended applicant profile
- Solid language skills (general reading and writing skills, and listening and speaking in an academic context).
- The ability to work towards goals.
- Critical and reasoning skills, the ability to relate concepts and extrapolate from these, and summary and analytical skills.
- Memory, reading culture and personal interest in intellectual development.
- Interest in language and literature.
- Knowledge of the language and literature in which you wish to specialize, of other languages that will be related to the study of these and of IT tools at a user level.
Access requirements and conditions
Admission for students with studies completed outside Spain.
Applicants holding higher educational qualifications from a university outside Spain should consult the page Admission with foreign qualifications to find out about specific admission requirements.
Students that have studied abroad and who wish to study at the University of Barcelona may be admitted to EHEA bachelor's degree courses. Procedures for gaining admission will depend on the qualifications held by each applicant.
For further information about admission, consult the page Admission with foreign qualifications.
As a general rule, at the UB you will be required to enrol online via the Món UB portal. To find out the date and time you have been assigned, check the specific information for your course. Remember that you can lose your place if you do not enrol on the day you have been assigned.
- Documents required for enrolment
- Procedure to formalize enrolment
- After enrolment
- Grants and financial aid
Administrative procedures related to enrolment
- Enrolment information for new students Enrolment
- information for second-, third- and fourth-year students
- Other enrolment procedures
Support and guidance
Pre-enrolment information and events
Subjects and course plans
Distribution of credits
|Compulsory final project||6|
List of subjects
|Descriptive Grammar of Spanish||Annual||Compulsory||12|
|Hispanic American Literature to Modernism||1st semester||Compulsory||6|
|The Age of Enlightenment in Spain: Literature and Thought||1st semester||Compulsory||6|
|Twentieth-Century Spanish Narrative||1st semester||Compulsory||6|
|Spanish Morphology and Lexicology||2nd semester||Compulsory||6|
|Spanish Realism and Naturalism: the Novel||2nd semester||Compulsory||6|
|Theatre in the Spanish Golden Age: Text and Performance||2nd semester||Compulsory||6|
|History of Spanish||Annual||Compulsory||12|
|Aesthetics and Ideology in Spanish Romanticism||1st semester||Compulsory||6|
|Introduction to Latin Rhetoric and Style||1st semester||Compulsory||6|
|Spanish Renaissance Literature: Poetry and Prose||2nd semester||Compulsory||6|
|Twentieth-Century Hispanic American Literature||2nd semester||Compulsory||6|
|Comparative Medieval Literature||1st semester||Compulsory||6|
|Spanish Baroque Literature: Poetry and Prose||1st semester||Compulsory||6|
|Final Project||2nd semester||Compulsory final project||6|
|Spanish Literature in the Middle Ages||2nd semester||Compulsory||6|
|Twentieth-Century Spanish Poetry: from Modernism to the Avant-Garde||2nd semester||Compulsory||6|
|Cervantes and the Poetics of the Novel||1st semester||Optional||6|
|Contemporary Spanish Theatre||1st semester||Optional||6|
|Discourse Analysis of Spanish||1st semester||Optional||6|
|Institutional or Company Placement||
|Literary Commentary||2nd semester||Optional||6|
|Romance Linguistics||2nd semester||Optional||6|
|Spanish Lexicography||1st semester||Optional||6|
|Spanish Phonetics and Phonology||1st semester||Optional||6|
|Spanish Semantics||1st semester||Optional||6|
|Spanish Sociolinguistics||2nd semester||Optional||6|
|Twentieth-Century Literature and Thought||1st semester||Optional||6|
|Twentieth-Century Spanish Poetry: from 1940 to 2000||2nd semester||Optional||6|
Pathways and specializationsMinor in Spanish Language
Minor in Spanish Literature
Check the planning of the different pathways of the degree
List of spring and autumn teaching staff on a current course
Placements are supervised by tutors and subject to assessment.They are therefore included in the academic record. There is also an option to complete non-curricular placements of up to 500 hours, which can be extended to 900 hours. For both curricular and non-curricular placements, an educational cooperation agreement is signed between the UB and the company, institution or other organization at which the placement will be carried out.
What can you work on ?
- Higher education.
- Secondary education and similar levels.
- Teaching of Spanish for specific purposes.
- Teaching of Spanish as a foreign language.
- Public administration.
- Cultural consultancy.
- Cultural management and business.
- Cultural journalism and literary criticism.
- The audiovisual industry and the media.
Data from the university system in Catalonia
Faculty of Philology and Communication
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