If Spanish is your single Honours language, you must spend a minimum of 30 weeks in a Spanish-speaking country between your second and final year. If you are a double honours student and are taking French and Spanish from A-Level, you will normally split the year between two countries where those languages are spoken. Students who are taking French or Spanish from below A-Level spend the year abroad in the country of the weaker language. Here students will follow at least some courses in the stronger language. It is strongly recommended that they spend the summer in the country of the other language. We can provide advice on this. Those taking Spanish ab initio go to university in a Spanish-speaking country.
You have three options:
- Working as an English-language teaching assistant in schools
- Studying at a university
- Finding a work placement
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