All our modern languages degrees combine both language and cultural learning in the first and second years before spending a year either studying or working abroad in the country of your chosen language. In your final year you take both language and cultural studies modules. All students benefit from our dedicated language labs with access to language channels and an extensive archive of foreign language films. We are currently the only university to offer the chance to study several European languages through the medium of Welsh. For more information on Single Honours degrees in Modern Languages and UCAS codes, visit our admissions pages.
Modern Languages also offers Languages For All (LFA). The LFA programme gives you the opportunity to gain invaluable languages skills while you earn credits for your degree, whatever your degree programme. Have a look at the LFA Flyer 2013
for more information.
There are a variety of two language degree options at Swansea university combining French, German, Spanish, Italian and Welsh. For all the two language degrees you will take half your modules in one language and half in the other, covering both language skills and cultural learning. In the third year you will study abroad in the country of one of your chosen languages, before returning for a final fourth year. For more information on combinations and UCAS codes, visit our admissions pages.
At Swansea University we offer students a unique opportunity to study three languages and position yourself perfectly for the global employment market. Majoring in two language subjects you can opt to select a third language through our Languages for All module programme which will either introduce you to, or help you improve a third language. As with our other modern languages programmes you will spend the third year of your four year degree studying or working abroad in the country of one of your two major languages. For more information on combinations and UCAS codes, visit our admissions pages.
Modern languages degrees at Swansea University can be studied in combination with a wide range of other subjects in the College of Arts & Humanities, or with geography, economics or law. It is also possible to study some of our languages as a Single Honours degree with business as a minor element. For more information on combinations and UCAS codes, visit our admissions pages.