Launch of BA Spanish in Reading

Vice-Chancellor Sir David Bell KCB met students and staff in an informal and friendly environment.

Vice-Chancellor Sir David Bell KCB met students and staff in the department.

On Wednesday 25 November, The Vice-Chancellor Sir David Bell KCB and the staff in Spanish will welcome students, colleagues and friends of the University of Reading to the official launch of the new BA Spanish programme. The evening will be an opportunity to thank the many individuals and groups that have helped to set up Spanish, including a number of embassies and community partners, and to meet and exchange ideas about the new Spanish and Latin American profile at the University.

Guests will enjoy Spanish and Latin American wines and tapas, and will be entertained by the wonderful Charanga del Norte who play traditional Cuban music such as Mambo, Chachachá and Son:,

There will also be a photo exhibition by the Havana photographer Sonia Almaguer about literacy and reading in revolutionary Cuba.

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The BA Spanish (Joint Honours) is new for 2015, and now has its first cohort of 26 students. From 2016, we will be offering a beginnners’ entry point for BA Spanish programmes. For further information, please go to our website.