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Liberal Arts - Pathway through Languages

Languages

Course Overview

Language Pathways available with the School of Modern Languages and Cultures are French, German, Spanish or Italian.

While we do not formally require specific A Levels for the BA Liberal Arts, a Specialist Language Pathway does necessitate a minimum language ability (to be determined by the School of Modern Languages and Cultures), evidenced either through a formal language qualification or interview.

Modules

For more information on the School of Modern Languages and Cultures' modules, please visit the Department's website.

Year One

Year Two

In Year Two, students declare either a disciplinary interest or a specialist interest pathway.
An intercalated year abroad is available (optional).

 

Third Year

In Year Three, students on the Languages pathway undertake a compulsory year studying abroad in Europe.
Find out more information on the School of Modern Languages and Cultures' website, and the Office for Global Engagement's website.

Final Year

 

For more information please visit:
The Liberal Arts study page
The School of Modern Languages and Cultures' website