Learning a LanguageWhy ‘Learning a Language’?
Make yourself stand out from the crowd by impressing employers with your range of language skills, level of competence and the fact that you offer something different!
Whether you are interested in South American, European, Middle or Far Eastern, or ancient languages, there’s something in this global, linguistic smorgasbord to tempt you.
Try something new or continue a language you studied at school. Impress your employer with a range of linguistic skills!
Many graduates find themselves working in multinational, multilingual teams, so what better preparation than developing your linguistic and cultural knowledge now? Whether you are thinking of pursuing a career, studying or undertaking a work placement abroad, using your credits to study a language is a great idea.
Make the most of your discovery modules
Click here to see how you can develop a pathway of discovery modules.
If you’re attracted to this sub-theme, you might also like to explore the discovery modules in ‘Personal and Professional Development: Applied Languages’
Learning a Language modules
modules available, use the filters to narrow the selection further
This information is for the 2019/20 academic year. You can you use the filters to show only results that match your requirements.
IF YOU ARE AN INCOMING YEAR ONE STUDENT, YOU SHOULD ONLY CHOOSE LEVEL 1 MODULES.
When you find discovery modules you are interested in, you can add them to a shortlist by clicking ‘ADD TO MY DISCOVERY MODULES’.