The Languages Hub is a free service, open to all students at the university who would like to ask questions about the languages they are studying, either as part of their course, as an elective or as an extracurricular activity. We offer the following services:
If you would like help understanding a concept from your lecture or seminar notes, or want to go over an exercise you have been struggling with, or you have a query about your homework or any vocabulary and structures that you have come across while studying and practising your chosen language, our drop-in service is for you. You can visit without an appointment during our opening hours (term time only), as an individual or a group. We also have a collection of dictionaries and grammar books, a computer for use with language-learning-related work, and plenty of space for quiet self-study.
Visit us in the Library on the first floor of the Harry Fairhurst Building, next to the Maths Skills Centre.
If there is nobody at the Languages Hub, and you want help now, why not look at our online resources. Visit your VLE module and click on the Course Information link from the left-hand side menu to view information on your course book, recommended reading, assessment details and course syllabus and the beginning of the year LFA presentation.
Our online resources can be accessed via our LFA website (select the language you are studying and click on the links that appear below to view information on reading texts and access online resources).