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The School of Languages and Cultures consists of French, Germanic Studies, Hispanic Studies, Russian and Slavonic Studies. Staff in the School participate in collaborative projects in e-learning and knowledge exchange with industry, and have taken part in three HEFCE-funded initiatives for the development of teaching and learning in Modern Languages: enhancing the effectiveness of the year abroad; peer observation for professional development; induction training for foreign language assistants and graduate tutors.
We have collaborative projects in four language departments with an average score of 5 in the most recent Research Assessment Exercise (RAE).
We offer a wide range of taught programmes, which are innovative and have a professional orientation. We are particularly proud of our range of teaching and learning methods, which foster transferable, interpersonal and professional skills.
The content of the taught programmes is constantly revised and developed to keep them in line with the latest technological and scholarly developments in the field. They have been designed to provide practical links between the use of languages and the world of work.
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This ERASMUS-MUNDUS Masters programme is a truly international course. EU-funded, multilingual, multidisciplinary and taught by a consortium of European and North and South American universities. Read more
We’ll cover the main theories of intercultural communication, including best practice for effective communication at work. This will enable you to connect theory with real-life situations. Read more
This course is designed to produce international development practitioners with advanced intercultural communication skills – it’s taught by the School of Languages and Cultures and the Department of Geography. A module on international project management integrates the two subjects and there are communication seminars designed for developers. Read more
This MA helps you develop a deeper understanding of your chosen language(s) and associated culture(s). You’ll research the relationships between language, identity, culture and place and develop an ability to analyse and interpret an increasingly interconnected, multilingual and multicultural world. Read more