Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia logo
  • Tuition Fee:
  • Local: $ 4.61k / 1 year
  • Foreign: $ 5.58k / 1 year
  • Languages of instruction:
  • English
  • StudyQA ranking:
  • 2248pts.
  • Duration:
  • 4 years

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    An essential prerequisite for future students is a predisposition and enthusiasm to learn and perfect their linguistic-communicative skills in various languages.

    As an entry requirement, a B2 level of communicative competence in English in accordance with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages is recommended. There is no minimum level of German or French. Given that in the curriculum there, are subjects taught in Spanish, a B2 level in this language is recommended for those students whose mother tongue is not Spanish.

    Given the cultural component of our Degree, it is recommendable that students have the following:

    • A positive attitude towards contact with people from other cultures.

    • A genuine interest in the society, history and artistic-cultural expression of other territories.

    • An appropriate disposition and capacity to work in a group, share opinions and favor the interaction with and between people.

    • A willingness to acquire new knowledge and to redefine aspects already assumed, avoiding inflexible thinking and limited concessions in dialogue.

    Successful graduates of the Bachelor´s in Modern Languages can seize a variety of professional profiles and employment opportunities such as:

    • Language teachers.

    • Literature collaborators to academic journals.

    • Researchers in linguistics, literature and cultural studies.

    • Translators for private or public institutions.

    • Advisors in linguistic and cultural media companies.

    • Professionals in intercultural mediation and multicultural teamwork.

    • Agents in international relations.

    • Professionals in language support.


    Subjects Types Credits Semester
    English I BS 6 Q1
    English II BS 6 Q2
    English III BS 6 Q3
    Advanced Academic English BS 6 Q4
    Subjects Types Credits Semester
    Culture And Civilisation Of English Speaking Countries BS 6 Q2
    Culture And Civilisation Of English Speaking Countries Through Audiovisual And Written Texts BS 6 Q3
    Culture and Civilisation of English speaking countries in the Digital Era BS 6 Q4
    Spanish Civilisation and Culture I BS 3 Q3
    Spanish Civilisation and Culture II BS 3 Q4
    Latin-American Civilisation and Culture I BS 3 Q6
    Latin-American Civilisation and Culture II BS 3 Q7
    Subjects Types Credits Semester
    Cultural identities in Europe BS 6 Q1
    Europe through art BS 6 Q2
    Intercultural communication and mediation BS 6 Q2
    Subjects Types Credits Semester
    Linguistics applied to communication BS 6 Q1
    Subjects Types Credits Semester
    Fundaments of ethics OB 3 Q1
    Applied ethics: biothics OB 3 Q3
    Theology I OB 3 Q1
    Theology II OB 3 Q4
    Social Doctrine of the Church OB 3 Q6
    Humanities OB 3 Q6
    Subjects Types Credits Semester
    Debates on Literary Texts I OB 6 Q5
    Debates on Literary Texts II OB 6 Q6
    Literature and Film OB 4,5 Q7
    Subjects Types Credits Semester
    Writing Techniques and Strategies OB 4,5 Q7
    Oral Communication Techniques And Strategies OB 6 Q8
    Bibliographic Resources OB 3 Q8
    Text Analysis, Proof Reading Editing OB 3 Q8
    Subjects Types Credits Semester
    Work placement - first language country I OB 9 Q5
    Work placement - second language country II OB 9 Q7
    Subjects Types Credits Semester
    Final Year Project OB 12 Q8
    Module Elective I*
    Subjects Types Credits Semester
    German I EL 6 Q1
    GermanII EL 6 Q2
    GermanIII EL 6 Q3
    GermanIV EL 6 Q4
    GermanV EL 6 Q5
    GermanVI EL 6 Q6
    GermanVII EL 6 Q7
    Contemporary German Society EL 3 Q5
    Contemporary German Economy EL 3 Q6
    Contemporary German Geopolitics EL 3 Q7
    French I EL 6 Q1
    French II EL 6 Q2
    French III EL 6 Q3
    French IV EL 6 Q4
    French V EL 6 Q5
    French VI EL 6 Q6
    French VII EL 6 Q7
    Contemporary French Society EL 3 Q5
    Contemporary French Economy EL 3 Q6
    Contemporary French Geopolitics EL 3 Q7
    Module Elective II*
    Subjects Types Credits Semester
    Communication: Principles and Strategies EL 6 42737
    Communication Skills EL 6 42768
    Technologies and Communication Design EL 6 42738
    International and Intercultural Communication EL 6 42769
    Institutional and Corporative Communication EL 6 42770
    Foreign Language Teaching Methodology EL 6 42737
    Teaching Foreign Language Literature and Culture EL 6 42768
    Psycholinguistics and Interlanguage EL 3 42738
    Design and Analysis of Authentic Materials EL 3 42769
    Evaluation in Foreign Language Teaching and Learning EL 3 42770

    University requirements

    • To Master´s Degrees

    If you have completed a Higher Education Degree, it is time to perfect your formation with a Master’s Degree at UCAM. Here you will find information about the Admission Process and the simple steps you must take to make your enrollment as easy as possible. Depending on your country of origin, the bureaucracy can be long and problematic, but we are always available to help you by phone (+34 968 278 786) or email admissions@ucam.edu.

    1. Documents to be scanned and sent in pdf format to admissions@ucam.edu:

    - International passport

    - CV

    - Bachelor Degree Diploma with the Transcript of Records

    - Language Certificate


    2) Candidate contacted for Skype interview (ucam.international)

    3) UCAM issues Conditional Offer Letter

    4) Online pre-registration

    5) Legalization/translation of documents - when required

    6) UCAM issues acceptance letter

    7) Formal acceptance

    • Non-EU to Bachelor´s Degrees

    For students who have completed secondary education in a country outside the European Union (UE), Switzerland, Iceland, Norway or Liechtenstein or China the application procedure is as the following steps suggests. Anytime during this process, you can ask for help or clarify any doubt by phone or e-mail +34 968 278 786 or admissions@ucam.edu.

    Step 1. University Admission – Validation of studies

    Applicants must have their high school studies or its equivalent officially accredited or validated according to the following cases.

    Students with high school diplomas from countries outside the European Union (and from outside those with EU bilateral agreements) must validate (or “homologate”) this Diploma by the Ministry of Education of Spain. To carry out this process, candidates should apply to the Ministry of Education and follow the indicated procedure to accredit their pre-university studies. Please note that this process is done outside UCAM and through governmental institutions, so it would be a good idea to start it a couple of months before the admission request.  Students can continue the admission process to the University at the same time as their studies are being evaluated for official accreditation.

    • High School diploma** from an EU state or those countries which are co-signatories. Consult the list of eligible countries here. Students must validate this Diploma with the ‘Credencial’ issued by UNED.
    • International Baccalaureate / International GCSE**. Students must validate this Diploma with the ‘Credencial’ issued by UNED.
    • Students with previous University studies can transfer university credits for admission to UCAM, with a minimum of 30 ECTS.
    • Students with high level of vocational training (Formación Profesional). Students must validate this Diploma by the Ministry of Education of Spain.

    Please note that certain courses in the University may have further admission requirements, applicants will be informed of those requirements during the interview stage of admission.

    UCAM staff will be glad to assist and assess your situation so please do not hesitate on contacting the university.

    Step 2. Application Form

    Once you have validated your studies or have started the process to do so, you are ready to start the 2rd step. From now on the process becomes much more simple and flexible because you be guided directly by UCAM’s service and staff, who are now totally responsible for making it easy for you.

    From April to October, you can enter here to create your personal account (without any commitment) and start the Admission request process. You will have to scan and attach some documents, but the system is really simple and intuitive:

    • Homologated documents
    • Selectividad marks/Credential UNED
    • Passport
    • Photo
    • Application Form (online)
    • Prove of payment of Admission Request Fee*

    *This amount will be discounted on your tuition fee if you are admitted and it will be returned if you are not admitted. If you make this payment and then give up on the process, you will not be refunded.

    The International Student Fellowship at UCAM includes citizens from all over the world, and, for this reason, we try to encourage those excellent students, motivated to develop their personal and academic careers by offering them the best and fair recruitment procedure. In this sense, the student’s selection procedure and criteria focus the interview on the academic profile together with the student’s abilities.

    Step 3. Personal on-line interview with Admissions team

    For more information about the interview protocol, click here

    Step 4. Enrollment at UCAM

    Once you have been accepted at UCAM, there is just one final step before the start of the classes, it is the Enrollment. On UCAM’s online platform you will be able to select the courses you will attend that year according to the plan of studies you want to follow and make the payment of the tuition fee.

    And that is it, you are welcomed to UCAM – Catholic University San Antonio!

    *UCAM organises preparatory courses for the PAU.

    **You have to validate this diploma via the UNED. For information on how to do that see our guide.

    Program requirements

    The various itineraries professional projection for our graduates include, but are not limited to: 

    •  Language unregulated (English / German / French) [1] 
    •  Creation of teaching materials 
    •  Literature and collaboration with academic journals 
    •  Research in linguistics, literature, cultural studies and teaching 
    •  Advice on linguistic and cultural media companies 
    •  Linguistic advice on public and private companies 
    •  Teams of intercultural mediation and multicultural teamwork 
    •  Agents in International Relations 
    •  International cooperation 
    •  Language support in the tourism sector 
    •  Creative Writing 


    [1] The degree in Modern Languages ​​proposed would enable not to practice as teachers in Early Childhood Education or Elementary Education. However, in relation to secondary education and teaching in Official Language Schools and Vocational Training, as well as a degree of the characteristics of the proposed mandatory requirement is to study the Master's Degree in Teacher Education.

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