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    I want to study French and German at Uni, either with a third language or International relations or Management. Is it possible to do this at most unis or will I only be able to choose two things? (ie 2 languages or 1 language with other option).
    Also can someone help me with loans etc
    There are tuition loans and living grants right? I live in NI but will be studying in mainland UK.
    Thanks

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    Does anyone do these courses at the minute?

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    Some universities offer three-language degrees, or let you combine two languages with another subject. It's a matter of doing research to find them. Don't just look for degrees with obvious names like "French, German and International Relations", also look at Modern Languages, European Studies (called ESPS @ UCL), Combined Honours, Flexible Combined Honours, and Liberal Arts. The older Scottish universities will let you study three subjects for two years before dropping one.

    Yes, you can take out tuition-fee and maintenance loans.
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    (Original post by Snufkin)
    Some universities offer three-language degrees, or let you combine two languages with another subject. It's a matter of doing research to find them. Don't just look for degrees with obvious names like "French, German and International Relations", also look at Modern Languages, European Studies (called ESPS @ UCL), Combined Honours, Flexible Combined Honours, and Liberal Arts. The older Scottish universities will let you study three subjects for two years before dropping one.

    Yes, you can take out tuition-fee and maintenance loans.
    That's great thank you!
 
 
 
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