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Ten reasons to study the Degree in language and Spanish Literature
And adapted linguistic and literary knowledge.
To enhance student participation: project-based learning, problem-based learning and cross-curricular learning in academic writing.
Two internships: one national and one international, in the second and fourth years, which complement the knowledge of Spanish literature and the language .
Diploma from specialization
It incorporates subjects in English and promotes mobility and student exchanges.
At Study program through two curricular subjects.
Own research centres
laboratory del habla/Speech Lab, Instituto de language y Cultura Españolas (ILCE) and Centro de Escritura
Innovative and adapted
To meet the demands of today's labour market, which is looking for a complete, practical and integrated training programme.
Essentials professional orientation and training programme for students to work on their personal brand in a comprehensive way.
360º University Experience
Students can enjoy a wide range of activities at Campus in Pamplona: sports, volunteer activities, theatre, congresses, exhibitions and concerts, choir and orchestra, Cultural Activities Office...
Graduates in language and Spanish Literature have developed their literary and linguistic creativity and have the necessary professional skills to work in the teaching of a global language , Spanish, of growing importance on the world scene, using the technologies demanded by today's speech and culture.
In the 21st century, linguists are in all professional fields with a major impact on education and teaching, computing, medicine and new technologies that truly serve the society in which we live. For those with a special interest in literature, there are many career possibilities in publishing, teaching, translation, law, among other sectors of society.
With the preparation obtained in the Degree, you can also access a wide variety of master's studies to specialise in the professional orientation of your choice. The basic and compulsory subjects provide fundamental training for the MUP, the MELE, and academic and research masters; while the complementary training (Diploma and electives) prepares or orients students for masters in creative writing, publishing, digital Humanities , applied linguistics, computational linguistics and language processing, cognitive science, etc.
Some of the employment opportunities of Diploma in Creative Writing can be oriented to:
Specific work directly linked to literary creation in its different genres: novels, poetry, theatre. The world of publishing house can also be considered in this field: appraisal of originals, specialised consultancy, literary translation, text editing and proofreading.
With this training, it is also possible to gain access to positions involving the relationship between literature and the media: criticism, cultural and literary advice, and writing articles.
The open nature of Degree also allows access to jobs requiring professionals well trained in the use of language, in some cases with a creative dimension: support in communication offices and agencies advertising, attendance in art direction or story development.
Research: among other fields, in the area of World Literature, Comparative Literature, Literary Theory or New Narratives.
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