Accessibility statement

Languages for All

 
Registration for the Term 2 LFA short courses is now open.
 
Please note that regisration will close at midday on Monday 09 January.

 
Learning a language is not just about social and personal development. It can be a life-changing experience. Take your language skills to the next level with one of the University of York’s Languages for All (LFA) courses.

We offer:

Whether you are a student, a member of staff or a member of the public, we have a course for you.

All of our courses are delivered by staff from the University of York’s Department of Language and Linguistic Science.

LFA teaching update

We are committed to on-campus face-to-face teaching.

Students taking an LFA module for credit do not need to register, whereas non-credit students need to register via our registration page.

In 2023-23, the following principles apply to all our courses:

  • Places will be assigned on a first come, first served basis (non-credit students only)
  • The learning aims and objectives of our courses are unchanged, as are the breadth and depth of content.
  • The workload remains in accordance with academic requirements (20 credits = 200 hours of learning).
  • Interaction with peers and tutors remains at the heart of our course design and delivery.
  • You need to have access to a laptop or desktop and internet connection (please check the minimum specifications)

Assessment (LFA year-long courses only)

Students’ performance will be monitored through formative work throughout the year and assessed via an end of year exam. 

Modules taught in-presence will be assessed in-presence in term 3, whereas modules taught online will be assessed online in term 3.

However, please be aware that different conditions might apply to credit students studying online.

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