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ATTENTION: Remarks on languages.

To obtain this Bachelor's Degree, it is a prerequisite to have completed at least 24 ECTS in the chosen language (comprising the subjects MODERN LANGUAGE and ADVANCED MODERN LANGUAGE), other than Spanish, from among the languages offered in the degree (Arabic or English) or any other language that the Faculty of Humanities may program for this study within the Centre's language offering.

See the 'Curriculum' section for more information.

The Bachelor's Degree in Hispanic Philology trains professionals specialized in their field of knowledge, with a solid background in Spanish language and literature, in all its scientific facets, as well as investigating its origins and studying its tradition, endurance and influence up until today.

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Suggested profile for newly enrolled students

The Bachelor's Degree in Hispanic Philology is not linked to any profession that is covered by official regulation; hence, the applicant profile, both academic and personal, is open to all kinds of students from the different upper secondary education branches, not only Humanities.
In order to adequately study the Bachelor's Degree in Hispanic Philology, it is advisable to have a certain applicant profile, comprising the following characteristics:

  1. To have sufficient communicative competence in using the Spanish language to correctly understand and produce Spanish texts.
  2. An interest and taste for reading as a means of personal and professional enrichment.
  3. Knowledge of classical languages to correctly carry out basic training activities in historical linguistics and Spanish literature.
  4. To know the main literary movements, as well as the most important literary works written in the Spanish language.
  5. Be positively assessed for independent study, self-discipline and self-assessment through actively participating in the learning process. A willingness to work in a group and to critically exchange ideas is also required.

General data

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Duration of the program:

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Language(s) used

Spanish French English
Spanish French English
Spanish French English

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Objectives and Competencies

Objectives and Competencies

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Professional and Academic opportunities

Upon completing these studies, graduates will have the academic and employment opportunities listed below:

Academic opportunities. Relation with other studies

Linked to the Bachelor's Degree in Humanities. Links with the Masters in Social Communication and Gender Studies to access the Doctorate in Arts and Humanities.

In order to teach in Secondary Education, the corresponding Master's Degree must be studied.

Academic opportunities. Relation with other studies

Professional opportunities

  • Teaching in Secondary and Upper Secondary Education (through the Master’s in Secondary Education).
  • University Teaching and Research (through the Doctorate).
  • Public service in general (up to Group A).
  • Style correction, linguistic and communication advice.
  • Companies in the creative and cultural sectors.

Professional opportunities

Professional qualification

Having obtained the Master's in Secondary Education, teaching can be accessed at that level.


  • Validation report of the "Undergraduate Degree in Hispanic Philology (Curriculum 2010)"Latest validation report: 20 January 2016.
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