Listen to an audio presentation from students who have studied Spanish alongside other subjects as part of their degree courses via the link above.
Are modern language degrees becoming obsolete? Absolutely not, say the four modern languages students interviewed for Times Higher Education (THE) in February 2017. Click on the link above to read about their experiences.
University of East Anglia has made some videos about studying languages at university available on YouTube.
This article will prove that there is a huge range of jobs you can do with a languages degree and that a degree in foreign languages opens up your career options in terms of both the type of job you can do and its location.
A graduate with a languages degree is a versatile, extremely employable candidate with a broad skill set fit for a myriad of roles.
Hear two tutors from the Modern Languages department at Oxford University answer frequently asked questions about different courses on offer and the application process, along with information about the year abroad and what kind of jobs your language degree with set you up for.
One of the wonderful things about studying languages at university is that you quite often have the opportunity to pick up a new language from scratch. In this video, Julie Curtis, Professor of Russian at Oxford, tells us a bit more about why that could be an exciting option.
University of Stirling Law student, Kirstin, picked up modules in French in her second year. Whilst learning from scratch seemed a daunting prospect, it was clear a language was going to be a vital component to practise internationally. Here she recounts her experience and explains why she is glad she started learning a language.