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How do you get there?

Lake Baikal, RussiaSearch the UCAS site search.ucas.co.uk/cs2002/cs.html


Try a few different approaches, e.g.

  • search for "Modern Languages" or
  • a language as a single subject or in combination
  • a subject such as Law or Business with a languages option.

Some courses are “ab initio", which means you can start them from scratch without previous knowledge.


There are only

  • 8 degree courses for Russian on its own but 150 in combination
  • 3 for Czech on its own but 51 in combination.

The same will apply to all languages.

All languages appear with “Business / Management”

Sometimes a language is included in a more general course, e.g.

  • Danish in “Scandinavian Studies”
  • Polish in “Slavonic Studies”
  • Portuguese in “Hispanic Studies”.

Students’ experiences

Look at this site:

Students and former students of the University of Aston tell about their courses, the year abroad or using languages in the jobs they are now doing.

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