The department is responsible for the bachelor’s program Spanish for Education. Graduates of this program can find employment in educational institutions, in the tourist industry as well as other spheres of life. We have also recently opened a specialization in teaching Spanish in the master’s program Upper-Secondary and Lower-Secondary Education. Graduates of our own bachelor’s program, as well as those graduating from other universities, can thus continue their studies at our department, becoming fully qualified teachers of the Spanish language.
What can you experience at the department?
Every year, we organize a week of Spanish culture in the summer semester, offering the students the opportunity to participate in a wide range of workshops, lectures and competitions. The department’s teaching is also regularly enriched by public lectures of foreign experts and lessons led by Spanish native-speakers. The Café español, a conversation club offering regular free conversation in Spanish is one of the department’s most popular regular activities. Students can also participate in the department’s research activities in the framework of Student Research and Art Activities and through the Student Grant Competition.
Areas of Research
Sociolinguistics, linguistic ethnography