1) I 100% want to do 3 languages and 2 of them have to be French and German (I'm almost proficient in French and I love German, it's at a high level but nowhere close to my French) my 3 choices are - French, German and Russian OR French German and Spanish OR French German and Italian (I know it's my decision but all opinions are welcome )
2) anyone who's doing languages at uni/done them, how are you finding them and what do they usually lead to?
3) slight contradiction but is it possible to do law with 2 languages (I won't push it with 3 lol) and of course they'd be French and German.
Thanks in advance for all replies!
Personally, I dislike three-language degrees because you don't learn as much as you would in a conventional two-language degree; it's a jack of all trades kind of degree. If you are serious about doing languages then I think you should consider just doing two, or combining one with another subject like law or even a science. You could study extra languages in your free time at the university language centre, but it wouldn't form part of your degree.
They're also pretty flexible with helping you find the right German class if you've learnt some before (whereas for French they're much stricter on sorting by qualification).