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    Hi there - just wanted to ask if anyone knows which unis do offer, at an undergraduate level, modules in Old English or Old Norse literature and language?

    So far I know that Oxbridge, UCL, Nottingham, Birmingham, Royal Holloway and Cardiff do - does anyone know of others? If you are at uni studying English, does yours?
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    KCL does.
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    York, I think.
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    KCL and Leeds do. I'm pretty sure Durham does, as well.
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    I think most do at least Old English modules.
    Manchester does, as does Bristol and Belfast I believe.
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    I assumed everywhere did? :dontknow:
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    university of reading does
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    I know that in your first year at Bristol,you get the choice of either, Old English or Contemporary writing as a module.
 
 
 
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