Welcome to Spanish!
Spanish - español or castellano - is spoken today by nearly 400 million people, principally in Spain, in South, Central and North America, but also in parts of Africa. Spanish is thereby one of the world's biggest and most widespread languages. It is also a major immigrant language in many countries, not least Sweden, which has contributed to an increasing interest in our country in the language and the Spanish-speaking culture.
Spanish can be studied as a major subject for the Bachelor's (kandidat) or the Master's (magister) degree.
Instruction is given in single subject courses, teacher education, the International Business programme and in programmes in the Institute of Technology. Beginners' courses are also offered in Spanish. Research is possible within the Graduate School in Language and Culture in Europe.
The single subject courses are staggered , i.e. Spanish A and C can only be studied during the autumn term, Spanish B and D during the spring term. All are full-time courses.
Last updated: 2010-03-19