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Current Enrolment Period

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Autumn 2018 Evening & Saturday Language Courses

We offer  26 languages for our Evening & Saturday courses from beginner to near expert. Each level is taught in  three parts and students can request a certificate accredited by the CPD Certification Service upon completion.

Enrolment is now open for our Autumn 2018 courses. Courses begin 01 October 2018. Apply today as courses fill up quickly and we don't want you to miss out!  

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How to enrol using King's Apply

We have just changed our enrolment system to  King's Apply. If you would like a bit more informaiton about how to use the system you can  download the guide here.  

 

More Information

About Evening courses

Evening courses are taught Monday - Friday. Courses begin at 18.00 or 19.35 and are taught once a week for 1.5 hours. 

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About Saturday courses 

Saturday courses begin at 10.00 and 14.00 and are taught for 3 hours per week. 

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What level to start at?

  • Beginner level students do not need to attend a level assessment session. Once you have completed the form online it will be processed by the MLC team.

  • If you are not a complete beginner in your preferred language, we will do a short language assessment to help you determine your level and the appropriate module for you. 

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Eligibility

  •  Evening & Saturday courses are open to all. 

 


Assessed Modules for undergraduate & postgradaute students 

In 2018/9, we will offer modules in these areas:

Arabic, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Hindi, Intercultural Awareness, Italian, Japanese, Mandarin, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish.

Stages are from 1 (beginner) to 7 (advanced). Credit levels are at levels 4 (yr 1 UG), 5 (yr 2 UG), 6 (yr 3 UG) and 7 (PG). 

Postgraduate students usually register for non-credit bearing modules (PG only courses) from 24-26 September which do not have exams. However, for some languages and for advanced levels, (typically post A-Level), PG students should enrol in the Assessed Modules.

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Undergraduate: More Information

Do the modules last the whole year or one semester only? 

We offer modules that span the whole year OR just one semester.

Preferences for both Semester 1 (starting in September) and Semester 2 (starting in January) modules must be made this September.

For further information on all of our Assessed Modules, please see our internal pages .

When can I sign up? 

Enrolment for Assessed Modules will open on Monday 17th September and run until Thursday 20th September.

You need to tell us your language preference by completing an online form (link when we go live) (released here on 10th September.)

Completing the form doesn’t guarantee registration onto a MLC module and you may only complete one online form* (any subsequent forms you submit will be disregarded). Places will be allocated based on the time your form was submitted.

Once your form has been processed, you will then be sent a confirmation email with further details.  

Does my language level need to be assessed?

At beginner level (no previous knowledge or experience in a language) no language assessment is required .

You just need to state your language preference by completing our online form (link when we go live).  Enrolment will be confirmed by email.

At non-beginner level  you need to first state your language preference by completing the online form (link when we go live).

You then need to have a brief assessment as soon as you can so that an MLC teacher can determine the appropriate stage for you. We will prioritise places based on the time your form was submitted and only once you have been assessed. Enrolment will be confirmed by email.*

 

When and where are the language assessments?

  • Monday 17 September: 12.00 – 17.00
  • Tuesday 18 September: 12.00 – 17.00
  • Wednesday 19 September: 12.00 – 15.00
  • Thursday 20 September: 12.00 – 16.00

Venue

Language Resources Centre (LRC), K-1.072, King's Building, 1st basement

 

What if I want to ask any other questions?

Come and see us at our enquiries deskin classroom BH(NE) 1.04 in the Welcome Hub at Bush house 10.30-15.30 Monday 17- Thursday 20 September.  

Due to large volumes of emails during this period, we are unlikely to respond quickly if you email us.

 

Postgraduate: More Information 

These courses are aimed at postgraduate students only (Postgraduate taught or research students) and focus on speaking and reading skills. 

What’s on offer in 2018-19?

Languages: Arabic, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Latin, Mandarin, Portuguese and Spanish.

Levels: Beginner and Intermediate

Please visit our internal pages for information on all our PG-only courses.

 

When can I sign up?

Enrolment for PG-only courses will be from Monday 24th September to Wednesday 26th September.

You need to tell us your language preference by completing an online form (link when we go live) (released here on 17th September.)

Completing the form doesn’t guarantee registration onto a MLC module.

Once your form has been processed, you will then be sent a confirmation email with further details.  

 

Does my language level need to be assessed?

At beginner level (no previous knowledge or experience in a language) no language assessment is required .

You need to state your language preference by completing our online form (link when we go live). Enrolment will be confirmed by email.

At non-beginner level  you need to first state your language preference by completing the online form (link when we go live).

You then need to have a brief assessment so that an MLC teacher can determine the appropriate stage for you. We will prioritise places based on the time your form was submitted and only once you have been assessed. Enrolment will be confirmed by email.

When and where are the language assessments?

  • Monday 24 September: 12.00 – 17.00
  • Tuesday 25 September: 12.00 – 17.00
  • Wednesday 26 September: 12.00 – 17.00

Venue

Language Resources Centre (LRC), K-1.072, King's Building, 1st basement

What if I want to ask any other questions?

Come and see us at our help desk at the Language Resources Centre during the language assessments. 

 

 


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