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Follow the links below to find out more about our upcoming Spring enrolment period. Enrolment is now open.
Classes begin Saturday 21 April 2018.
Students can enrol on 26 different languages.
To make sure you choose the right level for you, please take a look at our language level descriptions.
Take our placement tests which are designed to test your linguistic abilities in order to place you in a course at the appropriate level. Each test consists of 30 multiple-choice questions on grammar and vocabulary.
British Sign Language
Evening Language Courses are open to all.
Join us for the Spring Term which begins Saturday 21 April 2018 for the Spring Term. Enrol today.
Key details for new students are:
Enrolment opens Monday 19 March 2018.
Classes begin Wednesday 25 April 2018 for the Spring Term. Enrol today.
Classes begin from Monday 23 April 2018 for the Spring Term. Enrol today.
Are you planning on visiting Italy or Spain or may be France this Summer? Join us for our fast-track summer language courses, where you will cover everything you need to know before you go on vacation.
Find out more.
Spring Term courses start week commencing Saturday 21 April 2018. New students enrol on part 1 of a level and returning students enrol on the part appropriate to you.
Course calendars outlining lesson dates for the upcoming year are below. These outline lesson dates for the Spring & Summer 2018 teaching terms.
Enrolment for 2018/9 Assessed Modules will open again in September.
Modules in Intercultural Awareness, Arabic, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Portuguese, Russian & Spanish. Download the full list here.
Enrolment will open for assessed modules in September.
Please note the following:
Please note that at this point you will be registered on a dummy code and not the actual module you have selected. We will contact you again before September 2018 to confirm you wish to remain on your selected module so you can be allocated to it.
What do I need to ask my home department before I come?
Can I take a MLC module as part of my 120 credits this year?
Can I take a MLC module as additional credits this year?
Can I take a MLC linguistics module or only a language module?
If necessary, can I take a module at a lower credit level than is normal for my year?
If necessary, can I take a module at a higher credit level than is normal for my year?
What do I need to know about studying at the MLC before I sign up?
All assessments and exams are compulsory if you are joining an assessed module (formative assessment, oral exam, written exam).
Attendance is compulsory for all language classes – there is no lecture capture. You should expect to do 4-10 hours of self-study a week.
You will need to buy a course textbook and workbook (£20-£45).
There is a strict deadline for withdrawing or changing module after the course has started.
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