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Do many university's give students a chance to study a language as an extra? watch
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Last edited by ThatsJustTooBad; 01-05-2016 at 20:23.
- 22-03-2011 18:55
- 22-03-2011 18:58
Yeah most places let you do evening classes in a few languages. You have to pay extra for it though.
- 22-03-2011 18:59
Yes, most universities do offer this. It depends on your course, but sometimes you can take them as a module within your degree. If you can't do this (I expect you might not be able to with Biomed/Microbiology) then sometimes you can pay to take the courses as an extra-curricular thing.
Probably best to check your universities' websites and/or email them to ask. Most cities have language schools in though, where you could learn French completely separate from university if you wanted to.
(Original post by ThatsJustTooBad)
- 22-03-2011 19:03
Hi, I am going to be applying to uni in September to hopefully study biomed/ microbiology, but I also have a love on languages (in particularly French but I don't want to do a degree in it) so do unis have language centres which students can take classes at?