Take Hispanic Studies on its own or in 30 different combinations. There are 5 main ways of studying, from Single Honours to Joint Honours to our BA Modern Languages. It's so versatile!
As a Modern Languages graduate from Warwick you will be a highly-employable linguist. Warwick is in the top ten universities targeted by the largest number of the UK's top employers (The Graduate Market in 2014)
Modern Languages at Warwick are collectively ranked 24th in the world (QS World Rankings by Subject 2014)
No previous knowledge of Spanish is required. Our accelerated language scheme will take you beyond A-level by the end of the first year
What's it like to study with us?
Our programme allows you to explore Hispanic Cultures, Languages, Literatures, Histories, Cinemas, Societies, and their connections with the rest of the world.
- About us
Warwick Hispanic Studies is an exciting new development founded in 2012 to extend Warwick's existing expertise in Modern Languages. We combine the dynamism and resources of one of the UK's top universities with the close personal support of a small and friendly team eager to welcome you to the department.
Thanks to its cultural and geographical diversity, the Hispanic world offers tremendous opportunities for study and research, ranging across Europe, North and South America, Africa and Asia, from the Caribbean to the Pacific, as you can see from our diverse range of modules.
1. Single Honours (100% Hispanic Studies)
2. Major: Minor (75% Hispanic Studies) with Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, or Film Studies
3. Joint Honours (50% Hispanic Studies) with English, French, German, Italian, Theatre Studies or Politics and International Studies
4. Minor: Major (25% Spanish) with French Studies, German Studies, or Italian Studies
5. BA in Modern Languages combines two Modern Languages (French, German, Italian and Hispanic Studies) with one further language chosen from Arabic, Chinese, Japanese or Portuguese
Internationally significant, cutting-edge research into the cultures and histories of the Hispanic world
We offer a boundary-crossing, transnational vision of the networks of cultural history, memory, literature and identity that crisscross the Hispanic world. Our research ranges across Iberia (Spain, Portugal, Galicia), Africa, the Atlantic and the Caribbean, exploring connections and encounters between Hispanic, Lusophone, Anglophone and Francophone cultures. Current projects underway in the department investigate Cultural Memory in the Hispanic and Lusophone worlds; Caribbean Commemorations of Christopher Columbus; Race and Cultural Politics in the Iberian Atlantic; and 19th-century Anglo-Spanish Connections.
Our programmes offer opportunities to study the Spanish language and Hispanic literatures and cultures to the highest level while developing your communication and research skills, as well as your knowledge of Hispanic culture across the world.
You will be taught by experts in each area of study, with up to 12 hours of lectures, seminars and language classes per week. You will have 3-4 hours of language classes per week, depending on your level of Spanish on entry. In addition, you choose from a series of literature and culture options, in which emphasis is placed on debate, discussion and on the development of critical and evaluative skills.