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Midwifery and Japanese?

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    So I am currently taking my A-levels and I am also taking a Russian and Japanese GCSE and possibly AS level, I was just wondering whether any midwifery courses had a language as an extra credit subject or whether there was a society at any universities? I am really interesting in continuing with wither Japanese or possibly Russian.
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    There will usually be societies for both as there will be plenty of international sudents.

    You will have to search the degree courses individually. It looks like a full time course.

    http://university.which.co.uk/search...%5D%5B%5D=B720
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    (Original post by Harleyquinnxx)
    So I am currently taking my A-levels and I am also taking a Russian and Japanese GCSE and possibly AS level, I was just wondering whether any midwifery courses had a language as an extra credit subject or whether there was a society at any universities? I am really interesting in continuing with wither Japanese or possibly Russian.
    Thanks xx
    Most (all?) universities have Language Centres that you can use outside your main degree course.
 
 
 
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