Jose Manuel Fernández-Tuñón
Academic and research departmentsSchool of Literature and Languages.
I studied Geography, History, History of Art and Musicology at the University of Oviedo in Spain while studying classical guitar at the Escuela de Musica de Gijon. After many years working as a musician and teaching music in Spain I moved to London where I worked in further and adult education in Leyton College and Waltham Forest College. I completed an open degree in Humanities at The Open University in the UK, where I also studied for my Master of Arts, specialising in British local history. I joined the University of Surrey in 2005 where I have been teaching language courses and modules about Intercultural Communication, Spanish History and Spanish contemporary politics and society .
Areas of specialism
University roles and responsibilities
- UG Languages Exams Officer
- PDP Coordinator for Languages
Affiliations and memberships
ADVANCED ORAL AND WRITING SKILLS IN SPANISH
CONTEMPORARY SPAIN I
SPANISH LANGUAGE I FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES
SPANISH LANGUAGE I (AB INITIO)
SPANISH LANGUAGE II (AB INITIO)