BA (Hons) Modern Languages
Broaden your horizons with our Modern Languages degree. Learn French and Spanish in a vibrant, contemporary context and study abroad to sharpen your skills.
- Award BA (Hons)
- Start date September
- Duration 48 months
- Mode of study Part-time, Full-time, Campus based
- Study abroad opportunities
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With around 250 million French speakers and 400 million Spanish speakers on the planet, a firm grasp of both languages can open up boundless opportunities.
At the University of Stirling, we specialise in teaching French and Spanish in a contemporary, global context. You’ll develop high-level written and spoken linguistic skills in both languages, as well as build an understanding of the diverse societies, literature and visual cultures that surround them. You’ll also enjoy extensive opportunities to sharpen your French and Spanish skills through our study abroad links with universities in France, Spain, Morocco, Switzerland, Canada or Latin America.
To help you find the perfect professional context for your Modern Languages study, you’ll combine the course with one of eight other subjects that range from International Politics and Management Studies to Secondary Education. Wherever you hope your new-found knowledge of French and Spanish will lead you, we’ll pour all our energy and expert knowledge into helping you get there.
Please note: Modern Languages at Stirling is studied as part of a combined degree with a range of other subjects.
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What our students said
BA (Hons) French and Spanish
Read Colm's storyThe opportunities to go abroad were both highlights of the programme. Both to go on Erasmus in Spain for a semester and to work in France as part of the British Council programme.