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Language Courses for King’s Students

Start your language journey now!

We offer high-quality language teaching through short coursesprivate tuition and bespoke corporate training. Lessons are held at our central London campuses in Strand and Waterloo and also online.

Whether you are a King's student or just someone looking to pick up a new language, we have different services on offer to suit your needs.

  • Enhance your careers prospects
  • Prepare for your travel adventures
  • Learn a new skill that will last a lifetime

Use our checker tool below to see what the King's Language Centre can offer you. 

Why study a new language?

Our Language Modules offer many benefits. Whether you want to add to your education, enhance your career, travel or become a global citizen, we will teach you effective language skills that will last a lifetime. King's students may study a language for free during your undergraduate or postgraduate studies.
Enrolment now open for Spring Evening & Saturday Language Courses

Free language modules & courses

Both Undergraduate and Postgraduate students can choose optional language modules if their degree allows it. Postgraduate students can also apply to study one postgraduate-only, non-assessed language course for free if they aren’t taking any languages as part of their course.

Enrollment for these modules opens in September for the new academic year.

External candidates and University of London students can also study a language module at King’s, but fees apply.

Discounted evening and weekend courses

All King’s students can get a discount of almost 30% on evening and weekend courses while they’re studying.

When you graduate, you’ll still benefit from nearly 15% off courses. This discount is extended to University of London students, as well as King’s alumni, staff and Health Partners.

For LAHP students: free lessons tailored to your research

As a member of the London Arts and Humanities Partnership, King’s is proud to offer up to 90 cross-institutional postgraduate studentships for postgraduate research students studying in the Arts and Humanities.

LAHP students are invited to take a language module at the Language Centre tailored to your PhD studies.

The London Arts & Humanities Partnership

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