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- UCL modern foreign language requirement
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- Modern foreign language course units
- English for Academic Purposes course units
- TEFL course unit
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To enrol on a CLIE course unit you must be a current undergraduate or graduate student at UCL or another college of the University of London, and have authorisation from your department to study this course as part of your degree programme.
All CLIE course units (0.5 and 1.0 course units/15 and 30 credits) run for the full academic year.
Modern foreign language course units
- We do not recommend studying two languages at syllabus A in the same year.
- We do not recommend studying Italian and Spanish concurrently unless your level in one of these languages is at least syllabus C.
- You cannot study your mother tongue.
- If your mother or father is a native speaker of the language you wish to study, or if you have recently lived in the country where the language is spoken for more than a year, please see the Course Units office before you register.
- We recommend at least 50% to register for the next level.
English for Academic Purposes course units
- For LCEN6001/LCENG001 or LCEN6801/LCENG801: you must be a non-native speaker of English.
- For LCEN6802: you must be a native speaker of English.
- You can only choose ONE of the three courses available.
TEFL course unit
The TEFL course unit is open to first, second, third and fourth year undergraduate students.
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