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Modern Language Plus BA: German with Management Studies
UCAS Code: RY00
The Modern Language Plus BA offers enormous choice and flexibility, combining a modern language (either one you have prior knowledge of, or one new to you), together with another discipline, such as Film Studies, History of Art, Jewish Studies or Management Studies. You will also spend a year abroad.
- UCL provides an ideal environment for language study; we offer an enormous range of languages and state-of-the-art facilities, including a well-equipped language learning suite.
- The Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning - Languages of the Wider World, run by UCL and SOAS, brings together the expertise of a wide range of language specialists.
- UCL has a large international population, and you will have countless opportunities to practise and speak your chosen languages with native speakers and learn about the associated culture and society.
- Our location in a cosmopolitan city provides access to frequent and varied cultural events, a huge range of museums, specialist libraries and bookshops, theatres, cinemas, cuisines and cultural societies.
Students take 4.0 course units every year. Below are the requirements for the German side of your degree. Please consult the Management Department for Management modules.
Compulsory Modules (2.0 course units)
- GERM1001 The Modern German Language (1.0 cu)
- GERM1102 An Introduction to German Language and Literature up to 1740 (0.5 cu)
- GERM1105 An Introduction to Modern German Literature (0.5 cu)
Optional Modules (1.0 course unit)
- One ELCS6* intermediate-level module (0.5cu)
- One GERM1* optional module (0.5 cu)
Compulsory Modules (1.0 course units)
- GERM2002 Modern German Language 2 (0.5 cu) and
- GERM2111 Metropolen (0.5 cu)
Two of the following Modules (1.0 course units)
- GERM2106 Love, Violence and Laughter (0.5 cu)
- GERM2107 Debating Enlightenment (0.5 cu)
- GERM2108 The Challenge of Modernity (0.5c u)
Optional Modules (1.0 course units)
One ELCS6* intermediate-level module (0.5 cu)
Plus one GERM2* optional module (0.5 cu)
- ELCS3001 - Year Abroad Assessment A (1.5 cu)
- ELCS3002 - Year Abroad Assessment B (1.5 cu)
- ELCS3005 - Third Year Project C (1.0 cu)
Compulsory Modules (1.0 course units)
- GERM4001 Translation from and into German (0. 5cu)
- GERM4002 Discussion and essay in German (0.5 cu)
Optional Modules (2.0 course units)
A total of 2.0 cu from GERM4* (0.5 cu) modules or ESPS7101 German Political and Social Thought (0.5 cu).
A total of 2.0 cu from GERM4* (0.5 cu) modules, ESPS7101 German Political and Social Thought (0.5 cu) and one ELCS4* advanced-level module (0.5 cu).
There are many career opportunities for UCL's modern language graduates, and we embed in our teaching the acquisition of transferable skills as well as linguistic and cultural knowledge.
Career paths for modern language graduates include the financial sector, the civil service, journalism, accountancy, publishing, education, advertising, the media and law. Some graduates pursue careers that make special use of their language skills, including translating, interpreting and teaching; others continue with training and research.
First career destinations of recent graduates (2012-2014) of this programme include:
- Recruitment Consultant, Independent Clinical Services
- Graduate Trainee, Phaidon
- Analyst, Willis Capital Markets & Advisory
- Trade Analyst, Italian Chamber of Commerce and Industry for the UK
- Banking Analyst, Goldman Sachs
*Data taken from the 'Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education' survey undertaken by HESA looking at the destinations of UK and EU students in the 2012-2014 graduating cohorts six months after graduation.
UCL is commited to helping you get the best start after graduation. Read more about how UCL Careers, UCL Advances and other entrepreneur societies here: Careers and skills.