3.2 / 5
3.2 / 5

Others in Eastern, Asian & African languages & area studies, The University of Sheffield

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TEACHING MODE:
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OPEN DAYS:
26th June & 10th July
TEACHING NOTES:
In line with government guidance, the majority of courses will be delivered online until at least 17 May 2021.The majority of spring semester exams and assessments will take place online and labs and face-to-face tutoring may resume for postgraduate taught students.
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2 Others in Eastern, Asian & African languages & area studies reviews at The University of Sheffield


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Student Review: 3 /5

Modern Languages, BA Hons

By member544211 On 4th December 19

We always get told by incoming careers people that we don't even need a degree in languages. We have very little language exposure during our course. I don't think my level is good enough really. Extremely expensive for what you get. 3 hours of a language a week isn't enough. Tutors are really nice.

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Student Review: 4 /5

Modern Languages, BA Hons

By member1122650 On 26th May 16

2 (French and Dutch) out of the 3 languages I study have been taught well, I felt I could ask for help and wasn't put off by the fact that 1 of these languages (Dutch) was a totally new language for me. I felt encouraged in both of these languages. However the 3rd language (Portuguese) has been the most difficult experience in my life- I would only recommend it to those who have an extreme passion for learning this language and a very strong drive, because I felt very disheartened in most of the classes due to a much higher level of expectation that the teachers had in this language compared to my other beginner language.

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