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Hey there,

I'm currently planning to study both French and Spanish for A level and I'm currently searching to see what potential degrees this could lead to.

I've been checking out a few Law with Language degrees however they only seem to offer the opportunity to get degree recognised in one language (e.g. Law with French)

I know I could continue to study Spanish at the University's Langauge centre however I'd really like to get degree recognition in both.

I know it's difficult to find degrees that let you combine two languages with another subject but if anybody knows of one or a possible solution I'd love to hear!
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As far as I'm aware, you can't combine a subject with two other languages simply because of the logistics of timetabling your classes (adding a second language would most likely take you over the credit limit for the year), which is why it's been suggested to you to continue at the language centre as an extra-curricular. Can't say that for sure though, Snufkin have you heard of people being able to do this?
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(Original post by umbrellala)
As far as I'm aware, you can't combine a subject with two other languages simply because of the logistics of timetabling your classes (adding a second language would most likely take you over the credit limit for the year), which is why it's been suggested to you to continue at the language centre as an extra-curricular. Can't say that for sure though, Snufkin have you heard of people being able to do this?
I've seen it for subjects like business or other humanities such as philosophy and international relations but never law that's why I was asking. Do you think companies still look favourably on knowing two languages even if one isn't degree recognised? Especially translating and interpreting where you're expected to have a degree in your language?
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(Original post by aarondc249)
Hey there,

I'm currently planning to study both French and Spanish for A level and I'm currently searching to see what potential degrees this could lead to.

I've been checking out a few Law with Language degrees however they only seem to offer the opportunity to get degree recognised in one language (e.g. Law with French)

I know I could continue to study Spanish at the University's Langauge centre however I'd really like to get degree recognition in both.

I know it's difficult to find degrees that let you combine two languages with another subject but if anybody knows of one or a possible solution I'd love to hear!
(Original post by umbrellala)
As far as I'm aware, you can't combine a subject with two other languages simply because of the logistics of timetabling your classes (adding a second language would most likely take you over the credit limit for the year), which is why it's been suggested to you to continue at the language centre as an extra-curricular. Can't say that for sure though, Snufkin have you heard of people being able to do this?
Hey thanks for the tag. I don't know of any LLB Law degrees that allow you to study two languages, no. The only thing I can think of is UCL's European Social and Political Studies degree which enables you to specialise (or 'major') in law and study two languages. As the dept notes on their website, this is not a law degree and law specialists will need to do a law conversion course after they graduate in order to qualify for LLM programmes or to pursue law as a career.
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Hey thanks for the tag. I don't know of any LLB Law degrees that allow you to study two languages, no. The only thing I can think of is UCL's European Social and Political Studies degree which enables you to specialise (or 'major') in law and study two languages. As the dept notes on their website, this is not a law degree and law specialists will need to do a law conversion course after they graduate in order to qualify for LLM programmes or to pursue law as a career.
Cheers for that I'll give it a look!
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