Foreign Languages: English and Spanish
Qualification awarded (in original language)"Licenciatura em Línguas Estrangeiras: Inglês e Espanhol". Title of "Licenciado".
Level of qualification1st Cycle of Studies. EQF level 6. ISCED 2011 level 6.
Admission requirementsStudents may apply to this 1st cycle programme, through the general regime, if they obtain a minimum classification of 95 points (on a scale of 0 to 200) in one of the following national entrance examinations: Spanish (05), or English (13), or Portuguese (18).
Application may also be possible, through special regimes, for:
. students inside the Portuguese educational system who want to re-enroll, change course of studies, or transfer education institution;
. holders of technological specialization courses;
. holders of professional technical courses;
. olders than 23 who have succeeded a special exam of assessment of capabilities to access the Higher Education System;
. holders of middle or high level courses;
. students coming from foreign higher education systems.
The access requirements for the 1st cycle of studies of Higher Education appear in the description of the Portuguese Higher Education System, provided by NARIC (http://www.dges.mctes.pt/DGES/pt/Reconhecimento/NARICENIC/) and presented in section 8 of the Diploma Supplement.
Recognition of prior learningFollowing the implementation of the Bologna Process and the consequent legislation regarding the mobility of students among degrees and higher education institutions, prior learning must be recognized and credited. The prior learning concept comprises all the previous learning/training undertaken in other higher education study cycles in national or international institutions (crediting of certified training), as well as previous professional experience and any post-secondary school training or education. As such, the IPB promotes the crediting of the student’s prior learning when arriving at the institution.
Aiming at a quick and full integration of the student in his/her new education programme, the recognition procedures must be submitted when enrolling at the IPB.
For further enquiries on crediting and recognizing prior learning and training at the IPB (calendars, procedures and assessment criteria), please go to the Applicant Portal at www.ipb.pt/portaldocandidato.
Qualification requirements and regulations6 Semesters (3 years). 20 Weeks of study, per semester, full-time (40 per year). 40 total Hours per week. 810 total Hours per semester (1620 per year). 180 ECTS Credits (30 per semester); 1 credit corresponds to 27 hours. Variable number of Contact (teaching) Hours, depending on the established Schedule for each Course Unit). A period of on-the-job training with 18 ECTS Credits is included; this training is to be accomplished in a public or private institution with which ESE has signed a cooperation agreement.
Holders of this diploma are entitled to apply to the career of high staff in central and local public administration, as well as in private enterprises and institutions or to undertake their own independent qualified activity.
Profile of the programmeThe profile of the programme comprises the development of the technical-scientific knowledge and professional skills in the study areas of modern languages and literatures. English and Spanish.
Key learning outcomesThe bachelor’s degree in Foreign Languages: English and Spanish is awarded to those students that demonstrate, in this field, the ability to:
a) develop and enhance the acquired knowledge;
b) apply acquired knowledge and understanding capacity in order to clearly demonstrate a professional approach to the work carried out;
c) solve problems based upon their own arguments;
d) collate, select, and interpret relevant information which will enable them to consolidate the solutions they present and the opinions they put forward, including the analysis of relevant social, scientific and ethical aspects;
e) communicate information, ideas, problems and solutions, both to experts and non-experts;
f) develop competences that will enable them to benefit from lifelong learning with a high degree of autonomy.
To complete the qualification, the student is required to pass all compulsory course units of the study plan.
Occupational profiles of graduatesThe graduates in Foreign Languages: English and Spanish hold the necessary qualifications to engage in several professional activities according to the profile laid out in the study plan (languages, literatures and cultures). They may also pursue further studies in the field of teacher education, translation, humanities, culture (e.g. cultural and heritage tourism, cultural management, cultural mediation, consulting) as well as others.
Access to further studiesThe bachelor’s degree in Foreign Languages: English and Spanish allows to proceed to post-graduate studies, according to the diagram of the Portuguese Higher Education System, provided by NARIC (http://www.dges.mctes.pt/DGES/pt/Reconhecimento/NARICENIC/) and presented in section 8 of the Diploma Supplement.
Graduation requirementsGraduation is obtained after completion of the total ECTS credits foreseen in the study plan.
Examination regulations, assessment and gradingExamination and assessment are regulated by the IPB general regulation, available in www.ipb.pt/sa, and by the Attendance and Assessment Regulations of the School, available in www.ese.ipb.pt.
Consult this Guide under the option “The ECTS at the IPB” for information on the grading and qualification system.
Mode of studyFull-time.
Scientific areas of the study plan
|Scientific Area||Acronym||ECTS Credits|
|1||1|| Semestral || 8323-619-1101-00-22 ||Spanish Culture I||Spa||5.0|
|1||1|| Semestral || 8323-619-1102-00-22 ||English Culture I||Eng||5.0|
|1||1|| Semestral || 8323-619-1103-00-22 ||Introduction to Linguistics||GL||5.0|
|1||1|| Semestral || 8323-619-1104-00-22 ||Introduction to Literary and Cultural Studies||Spa/|
|1||1|| Semestral || 8323-619-1105-00-22 ||Spanish Language I||Spa||5.0|
|1||1|| Semestral || 8323-619-1106-00-22 ||English Language I||Eng||6.0|
|1||2|| Semestral || 8323-619-1201-00-22 ||Spanish Culture II||Spa||5.0|
|1||2|| Semestral || 8323-619-1202-00-22 ||English Culture II||Eng||5.0|
|1||2|| Semestral || 8323-619-1203-00-22 ||Spanish Language II||Eng||5.0|
|1||2|| Semestral || 8323-619-1204-00-22 ||English Language II||Eng||6.0|
|1||2|| Semestral || 8323-619-1205-00-22 ||Children and Juvenile Spanish Literature||Spa||4.0|
|1||2|| Semestral || 8323-619-1206-00-22 ||Children and Juvenile English Literature||Eng||5.0|
|2||1|| Semestral || 8323-619-2101-00-22 ||English Culture III||Eng||6.0|
|2||1|| Semestral || 8323-619-2102-00-22 ||Spanish Language III||Spa||5.0|
|2||1|| Semestral || 8323-619-2103-00-22 ||English Language III||Eng||5.0|
|2||1|| Semestral || 8323-619-2104-00-22 ||Spanish Linguistics I||Spa||5.0|
|2||1|| Semestral || 8323-619-2105-00-22 ||Spanish Literature I||Spa||5.0|
|2||1|| Semestral || 8323-619-2106-00-22 ||English Literature I||Eng||4.0|
|2||2|| Semestral || 8323-619-2201-00-22 ||Spanish Language IV||Spa||5.0|
|2||2|| Semestral || 8323-619-2202-00-22 ||English Language IV||Eng||5.0|
|2||2|| Semestral || 8323-619-2203-00-22 ||English Linguistics I||Eng||5.0|
|2||2|| Semestral || 8323-619-2204-00-22 ||Spanish Literature II||Spa||6.0|
|2||2|| Semestral || 8323-619-2205-00-22 ||English Literature II||Eng||5.0|
|2||2|| Semestral || 8323-619-2206-01-22 ||Option I-History of Spanish American Cultures||---||4.0|
|2||2|| Semestral || 8323-619-2206-02-22 ||Option I-Introduction to Subtitling||---||4.0|
|2||2|| Semestral || 8323-619-2206-03-22 ||Option I-Anglophone Literatures||---||4.0|
|2||2|| Semestral || 8323-619-2206-04-22 ||Option I-Literature and Cinema||---||4.0|
|2||2|| Semestral || 8323-619-2206-05-22 ||Option I-Cultural Mediation||---||4.0|
|2||2|| Semestral || 8323-619-2206-06-22 ||Option I-Research Methodologies Applied to Languages||---||4.0|
|2||2|| Semestral || 8323-619-2206-07-22 ||Option I-Translation and Market||---||4.0|
|3||1|| Semestral || 8323-619-3101-00-22 ||Spanish Language V||Spa||5.0|
|3||1|| Semestral || 8323-619-3102-00-22 ||English Language V||Eng||5.0|
|3||1|| Semestral || 8323-619-3103-00-22 ||Spanish Literature III||Spa||6.0|
|3||1|| Semestral || 8323-619-3104-00-22 ||English Literature III||Eng||6.0|
|3||1|| Semestral || 8323-619-3105-01-22 ||Option II-History of Spanish American Cultures||---||4.0|
|3||1|| Semestral || 8323-619-3105-02-22 ||Option II-Introduction to Subtitling||---||4.0|
|3||1|| Semestral || 8323-619-3105-03-22 ||Option II-Anglophone Literatures||---||4.0|
|3||1|| Semestral || 8323-619-3105-04-22 ||Option II-Literature and Cinema||---||4.0|
|3||1|| Semestral || 8323-619-3105-05-22 ||Option II-Cultural Mediation||---||4.0|
|3||1|| Semestral || 8323-619-3105-06-22 ||Option II-Research Methodologies Applied to Languages||---||4.0|
|3||1|| Semestral || 8323-619-3105-07-22 ||Option II-Translation and Market||---||4.0|
|3||1|| Semestral || 8323-619-3106-01-22 ||Option III-History of Spanish American Cultures||---||4.0|
|3||1|| Semestral || 8323-619-3106-02-22 ||Option III-Introduction to Subtitling||---||4.0|
|3||1|| Semestral || 8323-619-3106-03-22 ||Option III-Anglophone Literatures||---||4.0|
|3||1|| Semestral || 8323-619-3106-04-22 ||Option III-Literature and Cinema||---||4.0|
|3||1|| Semestral || 8323-619-3106-05-22 ||Option III-Cultural Mediation||---||4.0|
|3||1|| Semestral || 8323-619-3106-06-22 ||Option III-Research Methodologies Applied to Languages||---||4.0|
|3||1|| Semestral || 8323-619-3106-07-22 ||Option III-Translation and Market||---||4.0|
|3||2|| Semestral || 8323-619-3201-00-22 ||English Language VI||Eng||4.0|
|3||2|| Semestral || 8323-619-3202-00-22 ||Spanish Linguistics II||Spa||4.0|
|3||2|| Semestral || 8323-619-3203-00-22 ||English Linguistics II||Eng||4.0|
|3||2|| Semestral || 8323-619-3204-00-22 ||Observation and Intervention in Professional Contexts||Spa/|