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Modern Languages Degree (Combined Major/Minor with Three Languages)
This undergraduate degree scheme allows you to study three languages chosen from Chinese, French, German, Italian and Spanish. We normally require you to have a good A-level in at least two of the languages. The third language can be studied from beginners' or post-GCSE level if you wish. Please note Chinese and Italian can only be taken as beginners' languages, and as minors.
If you are studying French, German and Spanish, you may choose to drop one of the three languages at the end of the second year. If you are taking Italian as one of your three languages, you will do a 1.5 unit minor in your first and second years. If you are taking Chinese as one of your three languages, you will do a 2 unit minor through the three years of Lancaster-based study.
1st Year Modules
2nd Year Modules
a) 3 European Languages
b) 2 European Languages + Chinese
3rd Year Modules
The Year Abroad is normally split between two European countries. Students continuing with three European languages into the final year will be supported to make arrangements to spend vacation time in the third country.
Final Year Modules
Either European language intensive route
Or European culture intensive route
Or European/Chinese languages route
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