This varied degree will allow you to gain a wide range of skills and knowledge across different disciplines – fluency in a major world language, an insight into Spanish and Latin American culture and an understanding of how humans interact with the environments they live in. If you have A-level Spanish, you’ll improve and refine your language skills and be introduced to Spanish and Latin American culture and history. You’ll even spend a year in a Spanish-speaking country to gain first-hand experience. At the same time, you’ll explore complex issues such as the impact of globalization on urban development and population growth. However, because our research interests are so diverse at Leeds we also offer an impressive range of optional modules in both subjects. You could learn Catalan, study Spanish regional identities, practice translation or learn about Latin American history alongside service planning, development geographies, migration and international fieldwork modules.