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With over 400 million speakers, Spanish is one of the most widely spoken native languages in the world and continues to grow as a popular second language.
Find out more about the Diploma in Arts parent structure.
Spanish is spoken not only in Spain, but in more than 20 countries in Latin America, parts of Africa and in many regions of the United States. Alongside the language is a vibrant and captivating cultural heritage, which New Zealanders are beginning to discover and appreciate more fully through our growing relationships with Latin American countries.
Courses are offered at all levels in Spanish language, literature, culture, music and civilisation. Their focus is divided between Spain itself and the nations of Latin America.
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