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Dusk at Louvre, photo by Daniel Oi (c) 2009

Exceptional teaching quality

Modern Language students acquire highly desirable transferable skills and excellent graduate prospects

Placa Reial, photo by Daniel Oi (c) 2009

High ranking

Our School of Modern Languages has been ranked 2nd in The Guardian University Guide 2018

Red Square at night - photo by Daniel Oi (c) 2008

Top choice for postgraduate studies

Personal supervision and teaching by experts in their fields, a caring and lively scholarly community

Spanish Steps - photo by Daniel Oi (c) 2006

Variety of degrees

Wide and flexible range of degrees in one, two or even three languages, or in one or two languages and a non-language subject

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Sense of community

High level of personal contact and a genuine sense of community, complemented by excellent links to other Schools in the University

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Seven Modern Languages

Arabic, French, German, Italian, Persian, Russian and Spanish span the globe

Upcoming events

 

In Conversation with Bahram Beyzaie
University of St Andrews, 23 and 24 June 2017
Further information

Medicine, Literature and Culture in the Early Modern Hispanic World
3-5 July 2017
Conference web site

Philology as Literature – Literature as Philology: Critical and Aesthetical Interactions in Arab Culture and Beyond
Bamff, Scotland 9-12 July 2017
Download programme (PDF, 464 KB)

One Thousand and One Nights: Comparative Perspectives on Adaptation and Appropriation
31 August – 1 September 2017
Conference web site

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