The Spanish language is officially the second most spoken language in the world after Chinese. The 7.6% of the world’s population speak Spanish.
Spanish is the second most used language on Wikipedia, Facebook and Twitter. However, it is the third most used in the total internet, after English and Chinese.
In the language class the students do not learn only language they also learn about Culture and Civilization of Spanish Speaking countries. After learning the Spanish 4 semesters the students will reach to A 2 level of Spanish according to Common European framework of Reference for Languages. So, the programme is designed to enable students to develop communication skills in Spanish and to acquire a broad understanding of the society, history and culture.
Spanish is the language not only for an exciting popular culture but one of the richest literary and artistic cultures in the world. Apart from flamenco, salsa or tango and pop latino singers and film stars, you will be familiarized with name of writers such as Cervantes, Garcia Lorca, Pablo Neruda, Gabriel García Márquez, painters like Picasso, Goya, Dalí, Murió.
If you are a bilingual or multilingual, then you have a better prospect for getting a Job or you can read the original text in Spanish and do the research in future.
Spanish is offered in the form of a core-elective pairing meaning some students study it as a value-added subject and others have it as part of their core curriculum.
The Centre also engages in organizing cultural activities like film festivals, street shows, exhibition, poetry recitation, dance and music festivals wherein students are encouraged to participate. These activities aim at constructive engagement of students in cross-cultural communication and develop a wider outlook towards different cultures. The Centre aims to create a space that is plurilingual and multicultural.