The Department of Modern Languages and Cultures thanks the Class of 2020

Posted on: 13 July 2020 in 2020 posts

Collage of lecturers from the Department of Modern Languages and Cultures

Ahead of the Class of 2020 online celebration later this week, teaching staff from the Department of Modern Languages and Cultures have recorded a thank you message to our outgoing students for their efforts throughout their time with the University of Liverpool.

Professor Anna Saunders, Head of the Department of Modern Languages and Cultures, said:

Many congratulations to all our final year students who will be graduating this summer! We have truly enjoyed sharing our love of languages and cultures with you over the past four years. This year has not been an easy one, and we’d like to thank you for all your hard work, engagement and enthusiasm throughout your time with us – but especially this year.

We are constantly inspired by our students. We’re sad not to be able to celebrate with you in person this summer, but look forward to doing so next year. In the meantime, we wish you all the very best for the next chapter in your lives. And please do stay in touch with us: we always love to hear from our graduates! Bonne chance! 祝好運!Zorte on! ¡Buena suerte! Viel Glück! Boa sorte! In bocca al lupo! Bona sort!

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