Please see below for the list of approved language modules for Economics-based students. You are advised to read carefully the guidance in the Student Handbook on taking a language module.
Arabic beginners (accelerated)
Chinese beginners (accelerated)
Chinese for business (level 5)
Chinese intermediate (accelerated)
French beginners (accelerated)
French intermediate (accelerated)
French Language through Films
French through translation
French Language for Contemporary France
French Language for Enterprise
French for business (advanced 1)
French for business (advanced 2)
German beginners (accelerated)
German intermediate (accelerated)
Japanese beginners (accelerated)
Portuguese beginners (accelerated)
Portuguese intermediate (accelerated)
Russian beginners (accelerated)
Spanish beginners (accelerated)
Spanish intermediate (accelerated)
Spanish Language through Films
Spanish through translation
Spanish Language for Contemporary Hispanic Culture
Spanish Language for Enterprise
Spanish for International Business 1
Spanish for International Business 2
Please contact the Department of Italian regarding the IT-coded modules
For entry levels, see: http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/languagecentre/academic/levels/
Lifelong Language Learning (LLL) Courses
A programme of language courses for the local community, with discounted places available for students.
For timetable and module information, see:
For information on enrolment and advice information, see:
For entry levels, see:
Language Centre Opening Times
Open all year except statutory and University customary holidays
|Monday to Thursday||8.30am to 8.30pm||8.30am to 5.00 pm|
|Friday||8.30am to 4.00pm||8.30am to 4.00pm|
Frequently asked questions
Q. Can I study a language outside my degree course?
Yes. The Language Centre also has an extensive programme of Lifelong Language Learning (LLL) and business courses. Some classes are scheduled in the daytime but most are in the evenings. There is a fee for these courses.
Q. What are the main differences between the academic modules and the LLL courses?
The modules form part of your undergraduate studies. You will therefore be expected to study the language seriously, devoting a significant amount of private study time outside the classes, completing all the non-assessed course work that is set by the tutor and taking the end of year examination.
LLL courses tend to progress at a more moderate pace, with less work at home. Nevertheless, you are expected to take the classes seriously.