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Degree in Spanish Language and Literature

240 credits - Faculty of Philosophy and Arts

Entry Profile

The list of personal characteristics below comprises a profile that aids adaptation to the Degree in Spanish Language and Literature curriculum. Nonetheless, it should be highlighted that they are not necessary prior conditions since they can be worked on and improved throughout the degree programme. 

  1. Analysis and reflection.
  2. The ability to related, dialogue and communicate.
  3. The ability for criticism and reasoning.
  4. An interest in reading.
  5. An interest in humanities training.
  6. An interest in language and literature as vehicles of cultural expression.
  7. Curiosity and concern for knowing how language works.
  8. An interest and sensitivity for the linguisitic reality of human society.

 

Entry information

Number of places. Academic year 2019-20: 55

Admission mark calculation
For programmes with limited places, the entrance mark for courses will be calculated in accordance with the following criteria:
(1) For entry with high-school diploma or equivalent (PAU: university entrance exam) , the entrance mark is calculated (out of 14 points) with the entrance mark and the two best weighted marks from passed subjects, in accordance with the weighting parameters.
(2) For entry with a higher vocational qualification , the entrance mark is calculated (out of 14 points) with the average from the training course and the two best weighted marks from subjects passed in the PAU entrance block, in accordance with the weighting parameters.
(3) For further information, please see the full details of the weighting parameters for university admission

Cut-off markNotas de corte

 

Validations

Credit Recognition and Transfer Committee for GLLE

Member 3
Garcies Gomila, Domènec
Member 4
Chillón Serrano, Iván

Accreditation grid for first and second cycle curricula and new curricula (degree)

Table of equivalences by curriculum Degree in Spanish Language and Literature

Hispanic Philology (1997 syllabus)
Hispanic Philology (1997 syllabus) Degree in Spanish Language and Literature
1061: Spanish Grammar II
20806: Description and Analysis of Spanish: Syntax I
1063: Latin American Literature II
20821: Introduction to Hispano-American Literature
1446: Spanish Literature in the Golden Age I
20808: Golden Age of Spanish Literature: Poetry
1887: Applied Semiotics: Language, Communication and Mass Media
20851: Writing and Audiovisual Media
2006: Classic Mythology
20867: Classical Mythology: Persistence and Relevance of Myth
2096: Literature and Society in Illustration Spain
20807: 18th Century Spanish Literature
2161: Vulgar and Medieval Latin
20804: Evolution of Latin and Romance Languages
2162: Contemorary Spanish Literature I
20820: Contemporary Spanish Literature: Turn of the Century
2163: Sociolinguistics of Current Spanish
20814: Social Variation in Spanish
2165: Spanish Dialectology
20814: Social Variation in Spanish
2166: Spanish Lexicology and Semantics
20805: Description and Analysis of Spanish: Lexical Study
2167: Contemporary Spanish Literature II
20823: Contemporary Spanish Literature: Nineteenth Century and Avant Garde
2168: Golden Age Theatre
20816: Golden Age of Spanish Literature: Theatre
2170: Commentary of Contemporary Spanish Prose Texts
20862: Textual Strategies in Spanish Narration since 1975
2171: Commentary of Contemporary Spanish Poetic Texts
20859: Textual Strategies in Spanish Avant-Garde Poetry
2172: Introduction to the Lexicographic Study of Spanish
20841: Spanish Lexicography
2173: Linguistic Commentary of Spanish Texts
20825: Description and Analysis of Spanish: Linguistics and Text
2174: Text Writing and Composition
20800: Oral and Written Expression Techniques
2175: Introduction to the Pragmatic Study of Spanish
20833: The Pragmatics of Spanish
2176: Philological Commentary of Spanish texts
20838: Philological Commentary of Spanish Texts
2177: Experimental Phonetics Applied to Spanish
20831: Experimental Phonetics Applied to Spanish
2178: Spanish Language and Computer Linguistics
20844: Computer Treatment of Spanish
2179: Commentary of Medieval Spanish Texts
20858: Compositional Strategies in Hispanic History in the Middle Ages
2183: Contemporary Spanish Literature III
20827: Contemporary Spanish Literature: from the Civil War to our Days
2184: Woman and Literature in Spain and Spanish America
20854: Gender Identity: Literature by Female Authors in Contemporary Spain
886: Catalan Language I
20800: Oral and Written Expression Techniques
887: Latin
20801: Introduction to Latin
889: Second Language and its Literature. French
  • 21803: Second Language and its Literature I (French)
  • 21806: Second Language and its Literature II (French)
890: Second Language and its Literature. Portuguese
  • 20880: Second Language and its Literature I (Portuguese)
  • 20881: Second Language And its Literature II (Portuguese)
891: Linguistics
20701: Linguistics
893: Spanish Language I
20803: Introduction to the Study of the Spanish Language
896: Theory of Literature
20700: Introduction to Literary Studies
963: Medieval Spanish Literature I
20817: Mediaeval Spanish Literature I
965: Spanish Grammar I
20810: Description and Analysis of Spanish: Phonetics and Phonology
989: Literary Aesthetics
20852: Modernity Literatures: Literary Aesthetics and Dialogues with other Arts
990: History of the Spanish Language I
20819: History of the Spanish Language I
992: Spanish Language II
20806: Description and Analysis of Spanish: Syntax I
993: XIX Century Spanish Literature
20813: 19th Century Spanish Literature
996: History of the Spanish Language II
20826: History of the Spanish Language II
997: Medieval Spanish Literature II
20824: Mediaeval Spanish Literature II
998: Spanish Literature in the Golden Age II
20812: Golden Age of Spanish Literature: Prose
999: Latin American Literature I
20821: Introduction to Hispano-American Literature

Recognition of credits Hispanic Philology (1997 syllabus) towards Degree in Spanish Language and Literature
subject Number of credits Type of credits
1447 - Modern and Contemporary Spanish Literature 6 Optional
2164 - Baroque Spanish Literature 6 Optional
988 - Theory and Practice of Drama 6 Optional

Accreditation of English Skills

In order to be awarded the degree, students must show that they have reached a level of English by the end of their course that equates to level B2 in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), in accordance with how this requirement is stipulated in the curriculum. The different ways to attain this are:

  1. passing the specific English language course on the curriculum.
  2. handing in a certificate or accreditation, recognised by the UIB, which shows the student has obtained a minimum level of English equivalent to B2 in the CEFR.
  3. passing a set number of subjects taught in English on the degree course.
  4. passing a set number of subjects taught in English on a mobility programme.

More information.

Academic Accreditation Committee