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The emphasis in the BA in French and Spanish is on linguistic proficiency and inter-cultural awareness; language and identity are central to the programme.
You will be critically reflecting on a variety of contemporary issues, historical periods and geographical areas (France and Spain, but also for example Latin America and the Francophone Caribbean), explored through a range of media including art, cinema, linguistics and literature.
Core modules • French 1 or Intermediate French or French for Beginners • Spanish 1 OR Intermediate Spanish OR Spanish for Beginners • Introduction to Iberian Studies • Introduction to Latin American Studies Optional modules • Introduction to French Studies 1 • Introduction to French Studies 2 Level 2 In French, students must take TWO modules at Level 2 – students must take the core and one optional which can be taken either semester.
In Spanish, students must also take TWO modules at level 2 – students must take the core and one optional which can be taken either semester.
In the most recent Research Assessment (REF 2014), Languages at Queen’s were ranked third in the UK."My experience of studying French and Spanish at Queen's has been incredible.
The classes and year abroad experience have really helped me improve my languages, but what I have loved most about this course has been the opportunity to learn about so much more than just the languages themselves.If you want to get married abroad, you’ll need to meet all the legal requirements of the country in question.Meeting the legal requirements Each country has its own requirements governing marriage and they may be quite different to Irish requirements.There are times for stiffening your upper lip but this isn’t one of them.Let it all out on your nearest and dearest, and don’t feel ashamed about it.Please note that from 2 November 2016, we have now moved to online payments for applications processed in Ireland and the majority of Embassies and Consulates abroad for a Certificate of Freedom to Marry*.