University of Innsbruck

Bachelor’s Programme

Spanish is a global language and the world’s fourth-most spoken language. It is a major international language of communication in many fields, such as international cooperation, diplomacy and trade and export. The focus in this programme is the Spanish language: active and passive language proficiency as well as linguistic knowledge of Spanish.

Bachelor's Programme: Spanish

Students also study Spanish culture, they gain knowledge about Spanish-speaking countries in Latin America and their culture and acquire intercultural competencies. The programme introduces the students to Spanish literature – one of the major global literatures. 

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Please note: the language of instruction for this programme is German.


Bachelor of Arts (BA)

6 semesters/180 ECTS-Credits

Mode of Study


Secondary school completion certificate or equivalent, language certificates

Supplemental Examination

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The right degree for me?



  • deepen language proficiency in a global language
  • immerse in a new culture and broaden one’s horizon
  • deepen theoretical and general knowledge about language
  • learn and enhance the basic cultural techniqes of text understanding, analysis and production
  • acquire sound cultural and cultural historical knowledge applicable in many professions
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My career opportunities

  • teach and research in educational institutions, e.g. universities and schools
  • work in adult education
  • employment in cultural institutions (e.g. theatres, publishing houses, museums)
  • work in journalism and the broader media sector
  • employment in the tourism, catering and hospitality sectors (e.g. tour guide, writing tourist guides and travel literature)
  • work in the diplomatic service
  • work in private enterprise
  • employment in enology and the wine-trade

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