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Hi all,
If I wanted to do additional non-credited classes (Spanish, for example) when I am doing a completely different course, would I be able to do this? If so how would I do it & would it cost money?
For reference I am going into freshers at UoManchester studying Economics.
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There may be optional modules in your course that might include a language. But the easiest thing would probably be to do an evening class. If it is a uni-run one, you will get a discount as a student.
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