When will I graduate?
As a graduate student in literature, you will be expected to read a wide range of texts, including Spanish, Portuguese and French, and participate in a range of cultural events.
The aim of the degree is to prepare you for the academic life in academia, where you will work alongside academics and students from different disciplines and cultures, and you will gain practical experience as a translator and a journalist.
The course also involves a number of writing exercises, in which you write about a wide variety of topics.
Your goal will be to read, translate and write about literature and to write a short, digestible article about it.
What do I need to know?
Read Spanish, and then read the first few sentences of any Spanish-language novel or short story, for example, and make sure that you understand the words and grammar correctly.
The English language is a different beast, and learning the language is not the same as mastering the grammar.
You will also need to be able to speak Spanish well.
For this you will need to study Spanish at least a third of your life, and to acquire some Spanish language skills.
For example, you can read a Spanish translation of a novel or a short story.
For more information on the course, you may want to contact the university, which is the centre of the English-language literature programme.
The first three years of the program are taught at the University of Granada, the second year is taught at Granada University, and the third year is at the Instituto de Investigaciones Literatura de Granada.
This year, you have the option to take the Literature Majors, which are equivalent to the English Majors.
You can choose to study the second or third year of the Literature Major.
You must be enrolled in an approved programme.
If you are not a student, you need to apply for admission to the Literature Degree program.
In the first year, the programme has three requirements, including a minimum of 70% of the total number of students in the programme.
For the second, third and fourth years, the minimum is 70% and the maximum is 100%.
The degree has a maximum grade of A+.
The program starts in April 2019 and is expected to last for two years.
In 2018, the program was awarded the prestigious title of the “most prestigious university programme” by the International Press Academy (IPSA), which recognises excellence in publishing and scholarship.
You need to complete at least 30 hours of study each semester.
You have the opportunity to receive an honorary degree from the University, in recognition of your contributions to literature and culture.
The minimum number of courses is 70, the maximum number of credits is 100.
The programme will be offered in English in 2019.
There is also a literature degree in Spanish in 2019-20.
You should apply to the programme online.
Who can apply?
You need a university degree or equivalent certificate in English, Spanish or Portuguese.
Applicants must be over the age of 18 and have an income of no more than 1,500 euros (about £716).
You need not be an academic, but you may apply for a teaching position or take part in other activities.
For a list of applicants, visit the English Language programme website.
What you need for your application?
You must have a minimum grade of B+ in all courses in the Literature Program.
You also need a minimum number (3) of courses in English.
For each of these courses, you must complete a minimum score of 70 per cent in all English courses, including writing.
The maximum number is 100 per cent.
You cannot take courses in a foreign language (you will need an English certificate).
You also must have an academic certificate (eg.
a PhD or equivalent) from a foreign country.
You may also need an academic passport (eg an EU/EEA visa).
If you do not have an English or Spanish language certificate, you should get one.
The application form you need is on the university website.
When will the application deadline?
The deadline to apply is April 1, 2019.
The deadline for your entry into the programme is May 31, 2019, unless you have already applied for admission.
For some programmes, applicants must wait until March 31, 2020.
You are also required to provide an application for the programme which you will submit on the website.
You do not need to submit a letter of intent, but if you do, you’ll need to sign an affidavit.
You could be able find the application form online.
If the university allows, you could be offered a teaching job.
You would have to provide your name, address and phone number, but the university says you should also provide your passport number.
You won’t have to wait for a decision on your application until you have received your final grades from the university.
Do I have to apply?
No, you do have to complete the application before you go to the university to be considered.
The university will consider you for admission, if