Languages for All
Undergraduates can choose to improve their practical language skills through Languages for All to add to their experience at University.
What is Languages for All?
Languages for All, part of the School of Languages, Cultures and Societies, offers a range of language Discovery modules which students can take alongside their chosen programme of study.
The Languages for All modules offers undergraduates the opportunity to develop language skills at a variety of levels from beginners to advanced, enabling them to pursue or continue with their passion for language study. Students can choose a language which is completely new to them or continue a language that they have studied before.
The Languages for All modules are offered as part of Languages and Intercultural Understanding one of the Universitys 10 discovery themes with more information available on the Broadening website.
Why learn a language with Languages for All?
Students can benefit from learning a language in the following ways:
- Broaden horizons
develop a global perspective as part of belonging to a global community
encourage themselves to do something different
meet new people and develop communication skills
enhance their CV by the addition of a valuable workplace asset
plan to make a trip, holiday or time abroad even more immersive
- Study abroad
help to achieve the right language level for study abroad and to prepare for what to expect culturally
gaining and building practical language skills to be used universally
- Cultural awareness
promote diversity and unity through understanding of cultural differences and values