Spanish

A-Level Spanish

Did You Know?

More people speak Spanish than English. It’s the second most widely spoken language in the world with 400 million native speakers.

Key Information

Qualification
A-Level

Duration
Two Year Course

Examination Board
AQA



Where can learning a language take you?
Abi, A level French and Spanish student

Where can learning a language take you?
 Sarah, Curriculum Manager, Humanities & MFL, Pearson UK


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Qualification

A-Level

What do I need to study this course?

Grade 6 in GCSE Spanish.

What will I study?

You will study topics similar to those at GCSE but from a more mature perspective. These include modern and traditional values, cyberspace, equal rights, modern day idols, Spanish regional identity, cultural heritage, a film called “Ocho apellidos vascos”, immigration, racism, integration, today’s youth tomorrow’s citizens, an individual research project, a play called “Las bicicletas son para el verano”, grammar and translation. Not only does this course offer endless opportunities to discover the true Hispanic culture, you will also be able to experience it yourself by taking part in a trip to Spain.

What next?

Studying modern languages will give you excellent career opportunities and life-long skills in today’s international market. Knowledge of another language makes you more employable and stands out in job applications. The department has an excellent record of accomplishment with many students going on to university to study a Spanish course, which often includes a year working or studying abroad.

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