You get


one chance


take the test


Image/ Image/ Image/

Take the guesswork out of choosing the right course and take our test today .

Modern Languages and Latin

University of Exeter

UCAS Course code RT61

Overview

Modern Languages and Latin gives you the opportunity to combine the study of languages and cultures that are closely related but intriguingly different. The study of Latin involves detailed attention to a wonderfully flexible and expressive language and the criticism and understanding of some of the finest literature ever composed.

We aim to integrate the latest approaches to ancient language and literature with the best traditional values of rigour and attentiveness. The Modern Languages element offers a choice between the study of one of seven major languages – Chinese, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian or Spanish – and is taught by experienced language specialists and academic staff at the forefront of their disciplines. Our cultural modules cover topics as broad as history, politics, philosophy, literature and cinema.

BA Modern Languages and Latin offers you a coherent programme of study and highlights the links between modern and ancient languages that will enhance your understanding of language development.

You will divide your time equally between the two subject areas spending the third year of this four-year programme abroad. Your final degree title will reflect the language choice you make, eg BA French and Latin.

Award: BA
Professional Qualification
4 Years Full Time
Taught in English

Entry requirements

Application through UCAS.

University Ranking

Times HE UK: 17

Find out how this department ranks, when you take our test

Can't decide on a course?

Take the guesswork out of choosing the right uni and take our test today.

Take the test

Discover more about this university

Modern Languages and Latin

#17 - Times HE UK

Sign up and stay in touch

Sign up for our email list and stay up to date with the latest info on Careers, Higher Education and what’s happening for students right now!

Please login first
Please Login/Register first to use this functionality.