The modules in this programme may be taken for credit as part of your degree study or as a standalone module (for a separate fee). They are also open to postgraduate students and university staff. We offer a range of levels, depending on the language, as well as accelerated options for those who wish to develop their language skills at a faster pace.
Language Centre modules will be taught using a mixture of online and face-to-face classes. More detailed information on this can be found under each module page.
The timetable for academic modules in 2022/23 is currently under construction and will be added to our website nearer the time.
Please note: enrolment for Language Centre modules in 2022/22 will open in autumn 2022
If you are an undergraduate student taking a Language Centre module as part of your degree, enrolment will open at 12pm on Friday 23 September 2022. The pre-enrolment form will close at 16:00 on Monday 17 October 2022.
If you are a postgraduate student, staff member or undergraduate student taking a Language Centre module separately from your degree study, enrolment will open on Monday 3 October 2022. The pre-enrolment form will close at 16:00 on Monday 17 October 2022.
Step 1: Decide which language you would like to learn.
Are you an undergraduate student? You will need to know whether you are taking the language course as part of your degree (for credit) or separately from your degree study (not for credit)
Step 2: Select and complete the correct online pre-enrolment form for you
The forms, along with more information on the process, can be found below. If you are taking a module which is not for credit, payment must be made at the same time as completing the form.
You may also be asked to complete an online diagnostic test in your chosen language
Step 3: Enrolment for 2022/23 will take place remotely
Once your completed form has been received, a tutor will be in touch to discuss your options – this may include a call via MS Teams.
The tutor will be able to discuss module and class time options with you and allocate you to a class.
Step 4: Undergraduate student taking a Language Centre module?
If you are an undergraduate student, you must also ensure that your module registration is updated accordingly with your home department.
If you are taking the module for credit, the CATS value will depend on the one agreed with your department.
Anyone taking a module with us not for credit will still need to add the module to their module registration; for this you would need to select the 0 CATS option.
We do not know at present if the Warwick Learning Account (WLA) scheme will be running in 2022/23; more information can be found here.
If you have any issues registering with us please contact us at academic dot language at warwick dot ac dot uk
- Spaces are allocated on a first come, first served basis. We advise people to complete a pre-enrolmemt form at the earliest opportunity.
- Completion of the pre-enrolment form is mandatory before speaking to a tutor.
- A place on a module is only secured once you have been allocated to a class by a tutor.