Students can choose from a vast range of degrees and specialisms with the School of European Languages, Culture and Society at UCL, many of which are not available at other institutions.
SELCS has 6
departments with 11 languages to choose from, as well as options to study combination degrees with
SSEES (School of Slavonic and Eastern European Studies), SOAS (School of
Oriental and African Studies) and other departments at UCL.
Find out more about our degree programmes below or by language/department.
We offer single language degrees including BA French,
BA Spanish and Latin American Studies, BA German, BA Italian, BA Dutch, BA
Scandinavian Studies, BA Icelandic. We also offer a range of specialist degrees such BA Viking and Old Norse Studies.
- Read more about our Single Honours Programmes
BA Modern Languages
The BA Modern Languages enables you to combine the study of two languages and
their respective cultures. You can choose from two languages within SELCS, or one in SELCS
and one from other UCL departments or our partner institutions.
- Read more about our Modern Languages Programme
- Read more about the BA French and an African or Asian Language
BA Modern Languages Plus
The BA Modern Language Plus offers you the ability to combine the study of your
chosen language with a range of other subjects across UCL. Options include English, Film, Management, Philosophy amongst others.
We also offer degrees in German or Scandinavian Studies and History, which are offered as separate programmes.
- Read more about our Modern Languages Plus Programme
- Read more about our BA German and History
- Read more about our BA Scandinavian Studies and History
BA Language and Culture
This is a
degree programme that draws on the departmental expertise across SELCS, and
allows you to combine the study of up to three languages with your own choice
of cultural options in related courses.
- Read more about our BA Language and Culture Programme
BA Comparative Literature
The BA Comparative Literature affirms UCL’s role as a global leader in the diverse and thriving field of literary and cultural studies, building on the strength of well-established departmental programmes, and on a unique range of language-specific degrees.
- Read more about our BA Comparative Literature Programmes