Exeter's Language-Learning Online Magazine.
Foreign Language Centre
The Foreign Language Centre at the University of Exeter is a great place to learn a language, whether for study, work or just for fun. As well as first-class learning resources, we provide excellent teaching by suitably qualified and experienced professionals, so that learning a language is both enjoyable and rewarding.
At the FLC we offer daytime credit-bearing modules as part of your undergraduate studies at no extra cost. The languages we offer include British Sign Language, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin Chinese, and Spanish. All the FLC Undergraduate modules count for credits towards your degree, and are only available to Exeter undergraduate students. For students joining us in September, please see our Freshers' Week page.
Our Evening Language Programme offers a range of language courses for students, staff, alumni, the public and business. Unlike the daytime language modules, these courses are NOT credit-bearing, so you can take them outside your degree programme. The Evening Language courses include Arabic, British Sign Language (BSL), French, German, Greek, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin Chinese, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Latin and Ancient Greek.
We are a DELF/DALF, DELE and PLIDA Accredited Examination Centre for French, Spanish and Italian and we are also a member of the Association of University Language Centres, AULC.
You can benefit from the Foreign Language Centre by taking language modules as part of your degree.
Our certificated evening courses are open to adults over 18 and are designed to give you greater confidence in speaking a foreign language.
French, Mandarin Chinese and Spanish language modules are now also offered in Penryn for credits.
The Tandem Language Exchange (TLE) is a great way to meet people and improve a language in a fun and relaxed way.
We can help professionals, businesses, employees and employers get a competitive edge by developing confidence and fluency in a range of languages.