The Special Branch: Hispanic Added:16.1. 2009
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The Special Branch: Hispanic

Spanish has recently become one of the most popular languages ​​taught. It not only provides a good alternative for všeovládající English (today at least in the basics of almost every control), but many believe it is a language that not only teaches well, but it also sounds good. Equally interesting is also the Spanish history or literature … That could have at least a small fraction of the sound reasons why his university studies to sacrifice just the Romanesque language. (Article was updated on the 28th 11th, 2009)

Contents === studies

Hispanic Studies (Spanish and Romance Philology, the names of these courses varies at different schools) is based on how you can surely expect a thorough preparation for students in mastering Spanish in terms of grammar, written text and spoken words. Measured international level, the student should, after completion of the field to gain proficiency level certificate C1 (DELE Intermedio). Hispanic higher education is therefore focused on linguistics (with all that this entails discipline – from morphology through phonetics for phonology, syntax, etc.), but also on current and historical realities of Spain and other countries hispanofonních, which are omitted or cultural and social realities . Emphasis is placed on Hispanic literature, but also on knowledge of European and commercial law, etc. (to choose between fields oriented „literary“ or „legally“ offers such as Faculty of Arts University of South Bohemia (South Bohemia)). Although you can study as Hispanic, single-subject study, generally is recommended for language-oriented disciplines cask is either together with another branch in the study dvouoborového, or bind to a field from a completely different area, which could be well applied just consistent knowledge of the language (law, economics, history, political science, etc.). Is almost commonplace in most schools the opportunity to continue studying Hispanic Studies at one of master's courses. Detailed study of Spanish rule, provide a more philosophical faculty, however, this language can be, like others, such as studying and teaching at colleges or in the Latin American Studies.

Courses === === In the study of Hispanic students are faced with subjects focusing mainly on general linguistics, Latin, law, theory of literature, phonetics of Spanish and its grammar, as well as the history of Spanish language and literature, history of Spanish culture, or even the history of literature and culture hispanoamerické. For example, the Faculty of Arts within the framework of optional courses in the field of Hispanic Studies can choose from subjects such as Catalan, Contemporary theories of society, chapters of the Latin American playwrights of the late 20th century, Introduction to Translation Studies, etc. The mandatory elective courses Spanish language field for European and International Business, who teaches at the University of South Bohemia in the Czech Budejovice, can again find, for example Marketing, and Business Spanish, Spanish in legal texts, correspondence in Spanish, Corrective phonetics and others.

Graduate profile === === Hispanic graduate is generally able to handle Spanish at a good level, which greatly increases the ability to succeed in the labor market. Graduates of this field is often applied well in newsrooms, translation, in the sphere of tourism (such as delegates or staff travel agencies) in various non-profit organizations and companies focusing on international cooperation, etc. Related philological study of the students the opportunity to practice the profession of teacher or instructor Languages ​​in language agencies, shall apply as interpreters or translators, but they can find employment in organizations associated with publishing books, etc. Should the first students for studies focused more on the legal field, then apply a good example, as assistants or independent legal officers at lower and middle positions in the private sector and government. But may find application in international organizations.

Where can I study Spanish

** * Faculty of Arts of Masaryk University in Brno ** ** Program: ** Philology ** Category: ** Spanish Language and Literature (single-subject bachelor's degree, and Archeology) ** Category: ** Spanish Language and Literature (two-subject Master's degree)

  • ** Charles University in Prague PRAGUE **

** Program: ** Philology ** Category: ** Hispanic (single-subject bachelor's degree, and Archeology)

** Program: ** Translation and Interpreting ** Category: ** Spanish for intercultural communication (single-subject Bachelor)

** * Faculty of Arts University of South CZECH BUDEJOVICE ** ** Program: ** Philology ** Category: ** Spanish Language and Literature (single-subject bachelor's degree, and Archeology) ** Category: ** Spanish for European and International Business (Bachelor's single-subject study) ** Field: ** Roman Philology: Spanish language specialization (two-subject Bachelor)

** * Faculty of Arts, University of Ostrava ** ** Program: ** Philology ** Category: ** Spanish in the world of business (single-subject Bachelor) ** Category: ** Spanish Language and Literature (two-subject Bachelor)

** * Faculty of Arts, Palacky University in Olomouc ** ** Category: ** Spanish Philology (single-subject bachelor's degree, and Archeology)

Sources: Faculty of Arts of Masaryk University in Brno (the „web“: http://www.phil.muni.cz/) Faculty of Arts of Charles University in Prague (the „Web“: http://www.ff.cuni.cz/) Faculty of Arts University of South Bohemia in the Czech Budejovice („web“: http://www.ff.jcu.cz/) Faculty of Arts University of Ostrava („web“: http://ff.osu.cz/) Faculty of Palacky University in Olomouc („web“: http://www.upol.cz/fakulty/ff/)




Author: Černá, Lucie

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