Through his Law with Spanish and Spanish Law (Hons) degree at the University of Nottingham you will also develop advanced Spanish language skills and cultural awareness of Spain.
The course is offered by the School of Law in collaboration with the Department of Modern Languages and Cultures.
In year one you will take core modules in the Law of Contract, Public Law and Understanding Law and core language modules as well as an introductory module into the study of Spanish.
In year two you will take further core modules in Criminal Law, Foundations of Tort and Land Law and core language modules. In addition, you will take Civil Law: A Comparative Introduction.
This is designed to ensure that you are able to spend the third year abroad - equipped not only with the language skills required, but also with a legal grounding that will widen your learning opportunities in the host country. This reflects the integrated structure of this degree.
In year three you will study at the Universitat de València. Teaching is in Spanish.
In year four you will take the final core modules in the Law of Trusts and (currently) the Law of the European Union and core and optional language modules.
This course will equip you with a thorough knowledge of English law and encourage an appreciation of Spanish law. You will also develop advanced language skills in Spanish as well as cultural awareness.
A high proportion of our graduates go on to qualify as solicitors or barristers. Those seeking careers outside of law use their degree to gain access to a wide variety of professions and organisations such as consultancies, business advisory services, marketing, civil service, public relations, accountancy and campaigning.
This course is recognised by the Joint Academic Stage Board of the Solicitors Regulation Authority and Bar Standards Board as a qualifying law degree.
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4 years full-time (year 3 out)
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