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FAQs for Lifelong Language Learning Courses

How do I enrol for an LLL course?

You can enrol online via our website. On our homepage you will find a link to our online enrolment form (this will only be accessible during the enrolment period).

If you know what level you are - for example, if you have passed the previous level or you are a complete beginner - please enrol online. If this is your first time on the LLL programme, you should have a meeting with an appropriate member of the language staff for level allocation.

Due to the current global situation, we are unable to hold consultation evenings this year. Tutors will still be available for discussion, but this will be arranged by email. Please contact us at language dot enquiries at warwick dot ac dot uk and we will put you in touch with a tutor.

What are the fees for LLL courses?

Fees for 2021/22:

£250 per LLL course (regardless of group size)

Unfortunately the Warwick Learning Account (WLA) scheme will not be running in 2021/22. More information can be found here:

How do I pay for the course?

When you complete our online enrolment form, you will also be taken to a secure payment page.

Your enrolment will not be complete without the payment being taken, and no space will be reserved for you on the course.

How are the courses taught?

In light of the ongoing global pandemic, all LLL courses in 2021/22 will be taught online. The reduced course fee of £250 will remain for 2021/22.

What happens after I have enrolled on a course?

Please make a note of the details for the class in which you have enrolled, including the day of the week that it is held and the start time. Our courses will begin on the following dates.

Can I enrol on LLL for one term only?

No, enrolment is for the entire course (two terms), as we need to ensure that we have viable groups which can cohere over a period of time and that our administrative costs are kept to a minimum.

Will I get a certificate?

If you are taking one of our LLL courses, you may be eligible for a certificate awarded by the Language Centre.

In order to be eligible for a certificate, you must comply with the following requirements:

  • Attend a minimum of 10 classes over terms 1 and 2
  • Complete all assessments/portfolio/tasks
  • Achieve sufficient can-do statements to progress to the next level

Undergraduate students of the university (who meet the above criteria) will not receive a specific certificate for completion of an LLL course; instead the course will be added to your HEAR (Higher Education Achievement Record) for that academic year.

Please note: Certificates will be issued during the latter part of the university's summer vacation. If you are eligible for a certificate, you will be contacted by the centre over the summer, using the email address provided in the enrolment form, so please ensure that the contact information we have for you is up-to-date.