Spanish is now the second most widely spoken language after English in the Western Hemisphere. It is spoken by 350 million native Spanish speakers in nineteen Latin American states, the Iberian Peninsula, and increasingly in the United States. Spanish is an important language for international relations (in the European Union and in the Americas), and a very useful language for travel and business. It is also the language of Cervantes, Lorca, García Márquez, Neruda among many other great writers and artists.
The Spanish Sustained Study programme offers entry courses for students with various levels of Spanish (or no previous Spanish at all). Spanish is not a difficult language to learn; if you are prepared to put in the requisite sustained effort and time, our courses will help you make rapid progress in acquiring/developing accurate, sophisticated writing skills and oral fluency.