Jindal Global University offers a well-designed undergraduate curriculum through the Jindal School of Languages and Literature that leads students to proficiency in the Spanish language and familiarity with Hispanic cultures. The duration of the BA (Hons.) Spanish programme is three years (six semesters) full time. The curriculum ensures wide and deep engagement of students with a variety of cultural forms, including literature, drama and other arts (e.g., cinema, music). Students of the programme will have opportunities to be tested for Spanish proficiency certificates that are awarded by official cultural agencies. Many courses of the BA (Hons.) Spanish programme will also be open to students pursuing other degrees.
The programme enables students to attain B2 Spanish proficiency level at the end of the program by completing stages of language learning specified by the internationally accepted Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEF). Graduates will be equipped to enter the employment world or to continue study of language and literature at postgraduate level.
Spanish is an official language in 21 countries of the world.
The Spanish language and its many forms and dialects is a medium of every day communication of people in Europe, the Americas, the Carribbean, Africa, and Asia.
Cultural and social opportunities on the campus and through associated organizations such as the Global Language Centre.
Opportunities to learn in Spanish Speaking Countries.
Benefit from has agreements with more than a dozen universities and institutions in Spain, Latin American and Caribbean countries.
The programme enables students to attain B2 Spanish proficiency level by completing stages of language learnings specified by the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEF) Enable entering the employment world to continue study of language and literature at postgraduate level.
While the program will suitably acknowledge and value your prior efficiency, admission to BA (Hons.) Spanish assumes no prior formal instruction or learning in Spanish and no education certificate or test results for Spanish language.