The course provides students with an academic and methodological grounding in the language, literature and culture of Spanish-speaking countries and regions. The objective of the course is to describe and interpret language, literature and culture and to develop the ability to process and communicate that knowledge. The aim is to deliver a broad course that will open up a range of different careers and give students the opportunity to specialise according to their own preferences during the course. A significant proportion of the content in all parts of the course is in the foreign language.

Applicants must have good language skills, as well as a real interest in cultural phenomena and the language and literature of Spain. Both are essential for students to benefit from the practical language training and the academic content of the course. The course is aimed at students who will use the skills and knowledge they acquire during the course to identify and develop their interests and strengths independently and with commitment. Curiosity for Spanish-speaking countries and openness in general to other people and points of view will also be very useful for students taking a Romance subject.

The Bachelor's degree in Spanish covers the following areas:
• Literature
• Linguistics
• Culture and media
• Language practice

As a main subject, students also take interdisciplinary electives and courses to improve communication skills. The introductory part of the course provides students with a broad general knowledge of linguistics and literature and develops students' basic ability to apply that knowledge to linguistic phenomena and literary texts. In the advanced stage of the course, students gain an advanced understanding of selected linguistic and literary issues - reflecting the current state of research - and the skills to categorise, assess and compare competing theoretical models and methods of description with well-reasoned arguments. All elements of the course are designed not only for students to acquire knowledge and develop skills, but also to enhance students' communication and social skills.

Quelle: Universität Rostock vom 06.08.2019

  • Studienfeld(er)
  • Zulassungsmodus
    Keine Zulassungsbeschränkung, ohne NC
  • Studienbeginn
    nur Wintersemester
  • Weitere Informationen zu Zugangs- und Zulassungsbedingungen
    Fachliche Zugangsvoraussetzungen: • Spanischkenntnisse auf dem Niveau B1 des Gemeinsamen Europäischen Referenzrahmens (GER)
  • Weitere Informationen zu Zugangs- und Zulassungsbedingungen
    Weitere Informationen zu Zugangs- und Zulassungsbedingungen
  • Vorlesungszeit
    11.10.2021 - 28.01.2022
  • Bewerbungsfrist für Fächer mit Zulassungsbeschränkung
    01.06.2021 - 31.07.2021
  • Anmeldefrist für Fächer ohne Zulassungsbeschränkung
    01.08.2021 - 30.09.2021
  • Bewerbungsfrist für EU-Ausländer
    01.06.2021 - 31.07.2021
  • Bewerbungsfrist für Nicht-EU-Ausländer
    01.06.2021 - 31.07.2021
  • Die Informationen über die Hochschulen und deren Studienangebote werden durch Zugriff auf den Hochschulkompass der HRK erzeugt.
    Stand: 28.08.2021