Estudios Ingleses. Plan 2022

Grado y Doble Grado. Curso 2023/2024.


Este Grado ha renovado su acreditación satisfactoriamente en el año académico 2017/18 (Informe positivo de la Fundación para el Conocimiento Madrid+d).


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English Studies at the Complutense University of Madrid

The Degree in English Studies at the Complutense University of Madrid is a four-year programme managed by the Department of English Studies: Linguistics and Literature, in the Faculty of Philology at the Moncloa campus. The Faculty buildings are equipped with lecture halls, seminar classrooms, laboratories, libraries (general, modern philology, classical philology, Hispanic and Romance philology), computer labs, wifi connection, cafeteria, etc. They also have nearby university sports facilities. Students successfully completing the DES at the UCM have the opportunity of proceeding onto related postdoctoral programmes in English linguistics and literature, at master and PhD level, run by the departments involved. Opportunities for self-development also include a variety of national and international mobility programmes which can be accessed from the early years (ERASMUS, SICUE, etc.), as well as external traineeship programmes available to third and fourth year students.


Degree in English Studies. Subjects

Unless otherwise stated, the language of instruction is English.

1st Year 

1st term

2nd term

English Language I (B2.3)

English Phonetics and Phonology

An Introduction to Linguistics (Spanish)

Second Foreign Language II

Second Foreign Language I

Classical Mythology (Spanish)

Written Spanish for Academic Purposes through Literary Texts (Spanish)

Anglo-American Cultural History (Spanish)

Analysis of Literary Texts I: Narrative in English

Analysis of Literary Texts II: English Poetry and Theatre in English 


2nd Year 

3rd term

4th term

English Language II (C1.1)

English Language III (C1.2)

Introduction to English Grammar

English Syntax

English Literature up to 1750

British Fiction in the 19th Century  

English Renaissance Drama

English Poetry from the Enlightenment to the Avant-Gardes 

Elective subject

Elective subject


3rd Year 

5th term

6th term

English Language IV (C2)

Applied Linguistics (English Language)

Introduction to the History of the English Language

English Semantics

Literature of the United States up to 1850

Literature of the United States from 1850 to 1900

Elective subject

Elective subject

Elective  subject

Elective subject


4th Year 

7th term

8th term

Discourse Analysis in English Language

English Pragmatics 

Anglo-American Modernist Poetry

Anglo-American Modenist Fiction

Elective subject

Elective subject

Elective subject

Elective subject

Degree Final Dissertation






Discourse, English Language and Ideology

Multimodality and Semiotics in English

Research Methodology in English Linguistics

Computational and Corpus Linguistics (English Language)

English Language, Society and Interculturality

Varieties of English

Text Typology and Stylistics in English Language

Seminar of English Language and Linguistics I 

Seminar of English Language and Linguistics II

Psycholinguistics, English Language Acquisition and Learning

English through the Media

Methodology in English Language Teaching-Learning

Digital Competence for English Teaching-Learning 

Translation and English-Spanish Contrastive Linguistics

English History: Texts and Contexts

English History: Mecanisms and Processes of Linguistic Change

Gender Studies and their Literary Expression in English

Contemporary Literary Criticism in English

Ecology and Ecocriticism in English Literature 

Film and Literature in English

The Digital Paradign in Literary Studies in English 

Seminar in Anglo-American Literature

Shakespeare: A Critical Reading

Modern Anglo-American Poetry 

Literature and Ethnicity in the USA

Postcolonial Literatures and Theories in English 

Poetry in English Nowadays: Experimentation and Post Avant-Gardes

Contemporary Fiction in the United Kingdom

“I” Literature in English 

Fantastic and Popular Literature in English 

Graphic Narratives in English 

Contemporary Theatre in English 

Second Foreign Language III

Second Foreign Language IV

External Traineeships