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Modern Languages and History of Art BA Hons

Languages and Others in Language and Area Studies at University of Birmingham
STUDY MODEFull-Time
LENGTH4 years course
LEARNINGOn Campus
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Modern Languages and History of Art BA Hons

Birmingham’s fusion of language and culture places employability at its heart, preparing you to live and work as an engaged citizen of the world.

The study of one or two Modern Languages (French, Italian,

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4th June 20

Modern Languages and History of Art, BA Hons FullTime

Modern languages staff (Spanish) isn't helpful at all and the level of education is low. However, art history staff is very helpful and supportive, always provide as much information as possible, very responsible people. I enjoyed seminars during which we visited many museums and had a study trip to London. Modules are very engaging and there are great optional modules too.

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4th June 20

Modern Languages and History of Art, BA Hons FullTime

Modern languages staff (Spanish) isn't helpful at all and the level of education is low. However, art history staff is very helpful and supportive, always provide as much information as possible, very responsible people. I enjoyed seminars during which we visited many museums and had a study trip to London. Modules are very engaging and there are great optional modules too. read more

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4th June 20

Modern Languages and History of Art, BA Hons FullTime

Modern languages staff (Spanish) isn't helpful at all and the level of education is low. However, art history staff is very helpful and supportive, always provide as much information as possible, very responsible people. I enjoyed seminars during which we visited many museums and had a study trip to London. Modules are very engaging and there are great optional modules too. read more

Value for Money
Teaching Quality
Personal Tutor
Course Content
Job Prospects
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