Entry requirements for JapaneseWatch
Hi everyone! I'd like to study Japanese at Manchester university (I was informed Japanese studies isn't as good as Japanese, but you learn the language on this particular course) but I'm pretty worried about securing a place. I have a GCSE grade A in German and my a-levels should reach the requirements this year, but I don't have a languages a-level. What are Manchester like with a language beginner? Is anyone else worried?
It says you need a minimum grade B at GCSE English language and a language. The only specification for a-levels is ABB. I'm worried about not getting in though :/
It sounds as if you are fine with what you offer.