Boost your employability and global profile by using up to 30 credits per year to study a foreign language on top of your degree programme at no extra cost.

You can choose to have these additional skills formally recognised on your degree title when having completed a minimum of 60 credits in the same language by the end of your undergraduate studies.

  • Develop a cultural awareness and adaptability
  • Manage and analyse information
  • Articulate ideas and arguments
  • Solve problems
  • Develop your critical thinking
  • Increase your employability skills and job prospects
  • Prepare for working or studying abroad

As a future global citizen, you will travel, live and work in countries across the world. This is why it makes a difference to get the language you study named on your degree title. By completing a minimum of 60 credits in French, of which 30 credits must be at an Intermediate level or higher, your language will be recognised in your degree title as ‘…with proficiency in French’.

French will be offered to University of Exeter students at three different levels:

  • Beginner: A complete beginner with little or no previous experience of French
  • Intermediate One: Studied French to GCSE level or equivalent
  • Intermediate Two: Studied French to AS Level or equivalent
  • Advanced: Studied French to A-Level or equivalent

We offer the following modules in French and they are all annual:

ModuleCredits
French Beginners  30
French Intermediate One 30
French Intermediate Two 30
French Advanced One 30
French Advanced Two 30

As a future global citizen, you will travel, live and work in countries across the world. This is why it makes a difference to get the language you study named on your degree title.

The following German languge modules and levels are beging advertised for 2019/2020 and, if the course runs, progression levels will be granted in subsequent years so that you can complete the 60 credits needed to add your German language skills in your degree title as ‘…with proficiency in German’.

  • Beginner: A complete beginner with little or no previous experience of the language

 

Module Credits
German Beginners 30

As a future global citizen, you will travel, live and work in countries across the world. This is why it makes a difference to get the language you study with us named on your degree title. By completing a minimum of 60 credits in Spanish, of which 30 credits must be at an Intermediate level or higher, your language will be recognised in your degree title as ‘…with proficiency in Spanish’.

Spanish will be offered to University of Exeter students at three different levels:

  • Beginner: A complete beginner with little or no previous experience of Spanish
  • Intermediate One: Studied Spanish to GCSE level or equivalent
  • Intermediate Two: Studied Spanish to AS Level or equivalent
  • Advanced: Studied Spanish to AS-Level or A-Level or equivalent

We offer the following modules in Spanish and they are all annual:

ModuleCredits
Spanish Beginners  30
Spanish Intermediate One 30
Spanish Intermediate Two 30
Spanish Advanced One 30
Spanish Advanced Two 30

As a future global citizen, you will travel, live and work in countries across the world. This is why it makes a difference to get the language you study named on your degree title. By completing a minimum of 60 credits in Mandarin Chinese, of which 30 credits must be at an Intermediate level or higher, your language will be recognised in your degree title as ‘…with proficiency in Mandarin Chinese’.

  • Beginner: A complete beginner with little or no previous experience of the language
  • Intermediate: Studied Mandarin to GCSE level or equivalent

 

Module Credits
Mandarin Chinese Beginners 30
Mandarin Chinese Intermediate One 30

All modules will only run if a minimum requirement for student numbers is met. There is therefore a risk that a module you have applied for will not run as advertised. We will inform you in as timely a maner as possible (although this may be at short notice) should this be the case and if possible we would look to run the module again at a later date.

For further information contact: info.penryn@exeter.ac.uk