A single-subject degree
Degree combining two modern languages
Degrees combining Dutch and another, non-language subject
- Dutch and English BA
- Dutch and History of Art BA
- Dutch and Latin BA
- Dutch with Management Studies BA
- Dutch and Management Studies BA
- Dutch and Philosophy BA
You can also take Dutch with the following degrees:
- Comparative Literature BA
- Comparative Literature with a Year Abroad BA
- Language and Culture BA
- Dutch with Film Studies BA
Study Dutch in London!
Why study Dutch at UCL?
As we move towards a global future, foreign languages and intercultural communicative skills become increasingly important. Dutch is the modern language closest to English and thus the most accessible language to learn. Nevertheless, graduates with a good command of Dutch are still rare, thus learning Dutch opens up unique career opportunities across Europe and beyond.
Various other UCL departments, including History, History of Art and Geography, have academic staff with highly specialised expertise covering the Low Countries (i.e., both the Netherlands and Flanders, the Dutch-speaking part of Belgium) and parts of the world in which Dutch used to, or continues to, play a role, including the Dutch Caribbean, South-East Asia and parts of Africa and the Americas.
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