Languages at Kent
Routes into languages at Kent
Study language modules as part of your existing degree course or as an extracurricular module.
School of Cultures and Languages
Degrees in Modern Languages, Comparative Literature, and English Language and Linguistics.
Modern Languages Teaching Forum
Working with language teachers to share good practice in teaching and encourage progression.
Year in a Language
Spend an additional year learning French, German, Italian or Spanish, as part of your degree.
Languages mentoring scheme
"The mentoring scheme has been a real confidence boost for my teaching of languages, but I would have to say the most rewarding thing is the results for the pupils."
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I’d been learning both German and French since Year 7 at school and I loved them both so that’s why I decided to study joint honours.
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Languages graduates are the most practical people. You’ve lived abroad; you’ve figured out how to get stuff done; you will find a way. And you’ll do it across language/communication barriers. In a company full of people, that’s hugely valuable.