Languages for All offers a range of foreign language courses to help you communicate with people from other countries and gain an insight into other cultures.
It’s always worth having a language under your belt for employment because it’s a very competitive job market out there.
Samantha, Year 1 History
Employers look positively on the language skills our students have added to their CVs.
Undergraduate students are entitled to one 19-week LFA course free of charge during their undergraduate degree.
You can also take a General LFA programme as a degree module.
Level 1 – beginners (A1/A2 of the CEFR*)
Level 1 PLUS – suitable if you have basic language skills or have completed a beginners course (A2 of the CEFR)
Level 2 – intermediate (suitable if you have GCSE or 2-3 years of previous study). (A2+ of the CEFR)
Level 2 PLUS – higher intermediate; suitable if you have AS-Level or equivalent (4-5 years of previous study) (A2/B1 of the CEFR)
Level 3 – advanced: for those with A-Level or equivalent (e.g. 6 years of previous study) (B1 of the CEFR)
Level 4 – for those with 7 years of previous study (B2 of the CEFR)
Level 5 – for those with 8 or more years of previous study (C1/C2 of CEFR)
*CEFR = Common European Framework of Reference for language levels.