Subject area: languages
Kind of studies: full-time studies, part-time studies
Considering the growing importance of the Spanish language in the world, Spanish Philology program at Vistula University is a great opportunity. The Spanish language area not only comprises Spain, but also 19 countries of Latin America which are Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Ecuador, Columbia, Venezuela, Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay, Argentina and Uruguay. Course work is offered in Grammar, advanced literature, historical periods, important authors and literary movements, literary theory and linguistics. All students develop a broad competence in general topics of Spanish language philology before moving to a more specialized knowledge of a single area or topic. Additionally, Spanish Studies have a complex study curriculum with 10 hours of practical classes weekly during the first two years of study. This number of hours guarantees success in the process of learning Spanish and allows students not only to understand the classes conducted in Spanish, but also to write a diploma thesis in this language. This knowledge, in turn, helps them to achieve success in their professional lives. In a multi-lingual and multi-cultural world, the Vistula University Department of Philology aims to provide young philologists with the superior scientific qualifications that will assist them in their future professional careers. Philology is a multi-level discipline which has many aspects, from the restoration of texts to their thorough interpretation. It offers a great breadth and variety, distinction and diversity as the texts it studies; however, in terms of methodology it is uniform and founded upon the theory of artistic speech, literature and the history of ideas.
Spanish may refer to: