Spanish is a versatile language and combines well with a range of A Level subjects including Mathematics, Geography and English. Today the study of a language is vital in order to take full advantage of the opportunities in today's global job market.
1. Social issues and trends
- Modern and traditional values
- Cyberspace - Equal rights
2. Political and artistic culture
- Modern day idols
- Spanish regional identity
- Cultural heritage
- Today's youth, tomorrow's citizens
- Monarchies and dictatorships
- Popular movements
4. Works: Literary texts and films
5. Individual research project
Paper 1: Listening, Reading and Writing (50% of A Level)
Paper 2: Writing (20% of A Level)
Paper 3: Speaking (30% of A Level)
Sixth Form entry requirements, including GCSE Spanish at grade 6 or above.
Spanish graduates have a vast array of career opportunities open to them, ranging from work with well-known multinational companies to international organisations or charities. There are exciting opportunities – often involving travel abroad – in finance/banking, sales, manufacturing, community/social services, research/medicine and transport/communication. The study of Spanish at A Level is, without doubt, a most worthwhile investment for the future!