If your degree programme doesn’t allow you to choose a language for credits, don’t worry – you can study a language by paying a small fee for each module.
You can start in any year of your studies, whether as a new student or a current student. After completing a language module, you will receive a certificate of completion, and your achievement will be recorded in your Higher Education Achievement Record (HEAR).
- Beginners modules are two hours of timetabled teaching per week, between 1pm and 3pm on Wednesday afternoon.
- Intermediate modules are two hours of timetabled teaching per week, between 3pm and 5pm on Wednesday afternoon.
- Advanced moduled are three to four hours of timetabled teaching per week. These modules are taught with current undergraduate students, and will be scheduled around your existing timetable where possible.
For more information please visit our open languages pages.