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School of Languages, Linguistics and Film

Registration information

A synopsis of nine cover pages of Language module guides

 

Who can take a Language module?

Anyone at Queen Mary or from the local community who wishes to learn a language can take a Language module. You can start learning a new language or continue with a language you’ve studied before.

If you’re a Queen Mary student, you can take a language module as a credit-bearing module (30 or 15 credits), for free, if your programme allows you to take a language elective for credit as part of your degree.

If you are unable to take the module for credit, you can take a language module as extracurricular alongside your main programme. Upon successful completion, the module will be listed on your transcript, and you will receive a Certificate of completion. If you take a language not for credit, you need to pay the tuition fee, or apply to your home department or school for funding.

If you’re a member of staff or from the local community, you can take a language module and pay the module fee. Upon successful completion, you will receive a Certificate of completion.

What are the fees?

To register for a module, fill in the Online application form.

Contact Us

For further information please contact the Programme Administration Team at sllf-progadmin@qmul.ac.uk