23 May 2016 (The Guardian)
Use the Guardian's 2017 league table of modern languages and linguistics taught at UK universities to help with course choices.
A link to the guide can also be found on the Beyond School area of the SCILT website under the Language courses, UK universities section.
29 April 2015 (The Guardian)
The top 100 universities in the world for modern languages, as ranked by higher education data specialists QS. Oxford and Cambridge top the rankings, with the University of Edinburgh reaching 26th in the listing.
The University of Edinburgh also came 3rd in the listing for linguistics.
5 August 2014 (The Guardian)
The top 100 universities in the world for modern languages, as ranked by higher education data specialists QS.
QS world rankings 2014: linguistics
(The Guardian, 5 August 2014)
3 June 2014 (The Guardian)
University rankings include French, German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Chinese, Japanese, south Asian, African, Australasian, modern Middle Eastern languages, and literature and linguistics.
Key to the university guide tables 2015 – what does each column mean? (Guardian, 3 June 2014)
How to use the Guardian University Guide 2015 (Guardian, 3 June 2014) - Our mobile-friendly guide can help you find the perfect course at a UK university.
26 February 2014 (The Herald)
Edinburgh University has outperformed rival institutions in Scotland in a new higher education league table. The university came in the top five in the UK in 10 out of 30 subject disciplines - far more than any other Scottish institution.
Edinburgh University came top in the country for linguistics, beating both Oxford and Cambridge to the top spot. The university came 12th for Modern Languages.
QS World University Rankings by Subject 2014 - Modern Languages
(Top Universities, 26 February 2014) University of Edinburgh is 12th in the list.
30 September 2013 (The Baltic Times)
RIGA - Latvia and Lithuania are two of the top countries in Europe for learning foreign languages, the latest research shows. New figures from the Central Statistical Bureau show 85 percent of the total number of pupils in general schools in Latvia learn foreign languages.
Latvia trails just behind neighbour Lithuania, where 97.3 percent of the population speaks at least one foreign language.
Luxembourgers are language-savvy
(Poliglotti4, 3 October 2013)
4 June 2013 (The Guardian)
The table includes French, German, Spanish, Italian, Portugese, Russian, Chinese, Japanese, south Asian, African, Australasian, modern Middle Eastern languages, literature and linguistics.