Clearing 2021
MA Public Opinion and Political Behaviour
BA Business Management with a Modern Language options

Final Year, Component 03

Language option (mastery)
LA160-6-FY
Mastery Level French
(30 CREDITS)

Want Final Honours level competence in French? Wish to deal quickly and precisely with any written or spoken document? Refine your knowledge of French grammar and vocabulary to near-native level comprehension. Undertake collaborative research into topical issues, and consolidate your understanding of French culture.

LA260-6-FY
Mastery Level German
(30 CREDITS)

Want Final Honours level competence in German? Wish to deal quickly and precisely with any written or spoken document? Refine your knowledge of German grammar and vocabulary to near-native level comprehension. Undertake collaborative research into topical issues, and consolidate your understanding of German culture.

LA360-6-FY
Mastery Level Portuguese
(30 CREDITS)

Want near-native level competence in Portuguese? Wish to deal quickly and precisely with written or spoken documents? Refine your knowledge of Portuguese grammar and vocabulary by studying different texts. Practice your writing with essays and reports, and take part in discussions to practice expressing yourself clearly in complex situations.

LA460-6-FY
Mastery Level Spanish
(30 CREDITS)

Want near-native level competence in Spanish? Wish to deal quickly and precisely with written or spoken documents? Refine your knowledge of Spanish grammar and vocabulary by studying different texts. Practice your writing with essays and reports, and learn to express yourself clearly in complex situations.

LA660-6-FY
Mastery Level Italian
(30 CREDITS)

Want near-native level competence in Italian? Wish to deal quickly and precisely with written or spoken documents? Refine your knowledge of Italian grammar and vocabulary by studying different texts. Practice your writing with essays and reports, and take part in debates to build confidence in arguing a point in Italian.

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