There will be a range of opportunities open to you where you can continue to use and further develop your language skills and knowledge of contemporary society. Some students choose to study degree courses in languages which include a year abroad; others choose to pursue a higher education course in another subject, but choose a language option alongside it. Having a language A Level will improve your employability, in particular with companies which have international branches. Whether you are interested in continuing your studies or working at home or abroad, a language course is an excellent step towards achieving your goals!
Students will study aspects of Hispanic society, artistic culture in the Hispanic world, multiculturalism in Hispanic society, aspects of political life in Hispanic society and grammar, which will be assessed in a written examination (50%). In addition, students will study either one text and one film or two texts from a set list. Assessment is by way of a written examination (20%). An oral examination based on students’ individual research project accounts for the remaining 30% of the A level.