Alternative languages

Speaking a number of different languages gives you the intercultural skills you need in today’s global world. Studying an alternative language, like Danish, Dutch, Icelandic, Norwegian or Swedish, means you can learn a new language from scratch and get an insight into a culture not many people know much about. This means you will not only stand out on the job market, but you will also have something really valuable to offer when you graduate.

What can I expect?

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Interactive Learning

All of our teaching takes place in small classes and seminars. Students need to actively participate and collaborate with one another through discussions, presentations and project work.

Student Experience

‘One of the pros …. is that you get all these opportunities’

‘You get so much more out of it than being a number or a digit…’

Year abroad

You will spend your full third year studying at a university abroad.

‘It is fantastic ……’

‘….the highlight of the whole degree…’

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Where can it take me?

Will Kelly Will Kelly BA Dutch and German Freelance Translator Adrian Ting Adrian Ting BA Scandinavian Studies with Management Studies Language Instructor Safina Khatun Safina Khatun BA Dutch and Management Studies Teacher of Business Studies Theresa Collins Theresa Collins BA Scandinavian Studies Scandinavian Translator