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ADVANCED STUDIES IN SPANISH AND LATIN AMERICAN LITERATURE

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Introduction

This master's degree is an advanced academic programme that complements students' language training with an in-depth study of Spanish and Latin American literature. It reflects the growing interest in Hispanic language and culture in all international arenas, particularly in the English-speaking world. Barcelona is one of the most important publishing centres in the Iberian Peninsula, and many Latin American authors have come to international prominence through its publishing houses. Barcelona has had strong links with Latin American literature since the time of the Latin American Boom and maintains these links in the present.




Learning objectives

The master's degree in Advanced Studies in Spanish and Latin American Literature offers advanced academic and research training in the two fields that make up the programme: Spanish literature and Latin American literature. As an official master's degree offered by the Department of Hispanic Studies, it is designed to provide continued training for graduate students in this area and the requisite training in research to facilitate access to doctoral studies for those looking to prolong their academic training. Students will learn to apply scientific methodology to the analysis of authors, works and periods, taking in comparative analysis, critical reception and cross-disciplinary aspects, in accordance with new university guidelines and the evolving pluralism of contemporary society.

Basic Information

Number of ECTS credits awarded:
 60
Number of places available:
 30
Approximate price:
 46,50 euros per credit (65,87 euros for students who are not EU nationals and do not currently reside in Spain). Fees for the academic year 2017-2018.
Faculty or school:
  Faculty of Philology
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