Best Universities for Others in Eastern, Asian & African languages & area studies
|University of East Anglia (UEA)||#1|
|University of Cambridge||#2|
|The University of Sheffield||#3|
Accommodation in Sheffield
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- On-campus open days on 25th Jun, 9th Jul, 10th Sep, 22nd Oct & 26th Nov.
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2 Others in Eastern, Asian & African languages & area studies reviews at The University of Sheffield
Modern Languages, BA HonsBy 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.
Modern Languages, BA HonsBy 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.