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BA (Hons) English Language and Linguistics and Modern Languages (Foundation entry)

University of Central Lancashire
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Course UCAS code: L3L6
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  • BA (Hons), Full-time , Duration: 4 Years
Course Summary:
If you have a passion for language and communication then this is the degree for you. In choosing to study a Modern Language alongside English Language and Linguistics you will greatly enhance your communication skills and gain the experience necessary for a successful career in a wide range of exciting professions. If the structure and usage of the English language fascinates you, our English Language and Linguistics pathway is for you. Your Modern Language studies will focus on developing excellent verbal and written communication skills in your chosen language while exploring the society and culture of the countries where your language is spoken. You will have the opportunity to spend a period abroad in order to immerse yourself in that language and culture. Students choosing the English Language and Linguistics pathway will gain an in-depth knowledge of the English language, drawing on a number of different disciplines in the analysis of the structural, sociolinguistic, psychological and historical dimensions of the language. You will explore how language works as a structural system (the sound system and the grammar), and how it can be used in a variety of social settings: for instance, to persuade, exert power and construct identity. You'll learn about the development of English from Anglo-Saxon to its current position as the world language and the impact that the digital age is having on the English language. Members of our English team work with the media, including the BBC, both television and radio and have acted as consultants with a range of businesses, such as Lancaster Theatre Productions and The Lancaster Literature Festival. We are also involved with events at the Whitworth Gallery, The Harris Museum and Library and International Slavery Museum, Liverpool. Each year we welcome leading experts and guest speakers from the creative industries. These have included playwright Caryl Phillips, Broadways actress Judy Blazer and Professors Rod Ellis and Ritsuko Kikusaw, both leaders in the field of language and linguistics.
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Year 1: Essential Study Skills for Higher Education, Developing Academic Knowledge, Skills for Language Students, Foundation in TESOL, Introduction to Area Studies. Optional Modules; Introduction to Literature, Introduction to English Language and Linguistics, Extended Course Essay Year 2 (120 credits): Core Modern Language Module (40 credits or 60 credits for ab initio languages), Reading Texts: Literary Theory (20 credits), Introduction to Renaissance Literature (20 credits) or English Language and Linguistics Modules TBA (20+20 credits), Free-choice Elective/s Module Students studying their Modern Language from post A level will be able to take two free choice elective modules each worth 20 credits. You can choose an additional modern language or one of a wide choice of elective modules available from across university subject areas. Year 3 (120 credits): Core Modern Language and Society Modules (20+20 credits), Modern Language Optional Module (20 credits), A World of Difference : Literature and Globalisation (20 credits), Live Literature Project (20 credits) or English Language and Linguistics Modules TBA (20+20 credits), Free-choice Elective Module Year 4 (120 credits): Assessed Year Abroad (120 credits) OR Core Modern Language Module (20 credits), The Shock of the New : Modern and Contemporary Literature (20 credits) or Core English Language and Linguistics Module TBS (20 credits), 3 Option Modules, one from each subject area (20+20+20 credits), Dissertation or Translation Project (20 credits) Year 5: As above for students returning from Year 3 abroad
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15 January

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Preston’s such a lovely student city – there’s something on each night and the prices are amazing, it’s really geared toward students. Warehouse and The Ship Inn saw the most of my nights out in town. It’s not really a bustling metropolis, but less distractions = more work done! And if you’re wanting a huge night, Liverpool’s about half an hour on the train and is amazing. My course is great, with fascinating, empathetic teachers who really support and encourage us, and the facilities are top notch. The Student Union is also incredibly supportive, and they always have time for us.

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Set for Year 1 for Northern Ireland at £5,500
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Set for Year 1 for Wales at £5,500
Set for Year 1 for Channel Islands at £5,500
Course Enquiries:
Tel. 01772 892400
Email. [email protected]

Course Enquiries:
Tel. 01772 892400
Email. [email protected]

 
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