This course combines history of art with study of Spanish. This offers an enriching experience with exciting intellectual challenges and provides a valuable skill set that is ideally tailored to an increasingly globalised workplace. Spanish is the second most widely spoken European language in the world and is the second language of the United States. You will study a combination of language, art history and culture units encompassing the Spanish-speaking world, including Latin America. Your third year will be spent abroad studying or working in a Spanish-speaking environment, which will enable you to refine your language skills and cultural knowledge. Both departments encourage strong synergy between research and teaching, resulting in a vibrant learning environment for students as staff respond in their teaching to new developments in research.