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Spanish — A Level

Course information

A Level Spanish is a grammar and skills based course. Over a period of two years students will develop communication and linguistics skills that not only will improve their Spanish level but also their English level. In lower 6th form, students will study the life and culture of Spanish speaking countries (music, festivals, traditions, cinema, fashion and trends, etc). In Upper 6th form, students will study the most important historical period of the 20th century in Spain, and social and political issues that affect young people today. As part of the course students will also study a Spanish film and a Spanish play, further developing their analytical skills and essay writing skills in the process.

Qualifications

A Level Spanish and UCAS points for H.E.

This course leads to...

The course will benefit students who are progressing to Higher Education at University, however the course will equip students with skills that will be beneficial to a range of careers such as international business, travel and tourism, police work and careers as an interpreter for multiply areas.

Entry Requirements

A Level Entry Requirements for 16-18s:
The most important entry requirement is that you are committed and determined to do well
You need to achieve a minimum of 5 GCSEs at Grade 4 or above, with at least 2 at Grade 5. These must include Maths and English.
To study this particular A level you need to achieve Grade 6 in GCSE Spanish or subject to interview

Why study with us?

Students that enrol in the course will have the opportunity to attend the Latino Club (films, music and trends in Spanish speaking countries). As a qualified Translator/Interpreter and a member of the Chartered Institute of Linguists I also run a Translation and Interpreting club for those who would like to enter the profession in the future. Over the last 10 years we have had many students that have gone on to study translation and interpreting in various universities around the country, and quite a few of them are established in their profession nowadays.
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Further Information...

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You can contact us online via applications@liv-coll.ac.uk or call us at any point on 0151 252 3000 with any queries you may have – we’re here to help.
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Overview

Course ID: 163718

Course Year: 21/22

Course Duration: 1 Year



Fees

If you are 16-18 years old at the start of your course, studying at The City of Liverpool College is free. If you are aged between 19-23 and don’t have 2 A-Levels (or equivalent), you won't have to pay any fees for this course.

24 years old or over or 19-23 and have 2 A-Levels (or equivalent) at the start of the course, fees are payable by all students unless sponsored by an employer.

Fee for21/22 is 500.00
In future years this fee may be subject to change.

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