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    hello everyone! i've not studied languages since GCSE level and im now in my second year of a levels. does anyone know if most universities provide the opportunity to study languages even if you are on a completely unrelated course?
    Would it be worth my while doing an a level in say, french alongside my degree or would this be silly/unnecessary?

    any advice is much appreciated, thanks xx

    All knowledge is useful so I don't see how doing an A level in French at the same time you do your degree would be "silly"

    Don't overburden yourself and let your degree work suffer but if you can fit it in why not?

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