From US foreign policy to Latin American cinema, this joint honours degree allows you to combine two very different disciplines. You’ll build your Spanish language skills and gain an insight into the culture and history of Spanish-speaking countries. But you’ll also develop a deep understanding of the ways in which countries and societies interact. Core modules will improve your speaking, reading, listening and writing skills and introduce key concepts and theories of international relations. You’ll then build on this foundation by choosing from a wide variety of optional modules in both subjects. You could study the politics of aid, Spanish-American literature, security and insurgency or regional identities in Spain to name a few. You could even learn Catalan or work on translation and interpreting. If you have an A-level in Spanish, this degree gives you an opportunity to explore the complex dynamics of international relations and become fluent in a language spoken in 23 countries.