UCL modern foreign language requirement

If you need to take a modern foreign language course in order to meet UCL’s Modern Foreign Language requirement then you must take one of the following three options during your first year at UCL:

  1. A 0.5 course unit in a modern foreign language as part of your programme diet.
  2. A 0 credit course unit in a modern foreign language (only if a credit bearing 0.5 course unit cannot be accommodated in your programme diet).
  3. An Evening Course in a modern foreign language taught by the CLIE over terms 1 and 2 (only if the schedule for a 0 credit course unit is incompatible with your programme timetable).

Students taking one of these options must complete the course.


0.5 course units: See Assessment.

0 credit course units: Students must complete the In-class Course Assessment and Project and are recommended to take the Oral Examination, but do not need to take the Reading and Writing Examination.

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