Accredited foreign language courses for students at the University of Wolverhampton
Year One or Two (level 4 and 5) undergraduate students at the University of Wolverhampton can choose to study a foreign language module as part of their degree programme for free. The accredited language modules are ideal for students who wish to enhance their employment prospects, gain an insight into another culture and develop communication skills. Each accredited module runs in daytime and evening sessions with a combination of class and directed study-time. Current students can register via e:Vision
You can start at any level from beginner to advanced, in:
(Please note that there are some degrees that do not allow students to enrol on any of the accredited language courses. Students will have to check with their Course Leader. Classes will be offered each semester and run subject to demand. Progression is built into the programme).
If you have any further questions about the accredited language courses, please contact:
Jose Martinez, Language Coordinator:
Tel: 01902 322472
Languages for Fun - non-accredited foreign language courses that are open to everyone (students, staff and members of the public).
The non-accredited modern language courses are open to everyone (students, staff and members of the public*). You can start at any level, from beginner to advanced and classes are delivered in 20 weeks during the University autumn and spring terms. The course costs £200 and each session will be of two hours duration with lessons taking place in the daytime and evening at Wolverhampton City Campus and Stafford Centre (UWiS). For 2018/19 you can choose between:
To find out more about Languages for Fun please contact:
Tel: 01902 322525
*Classes will run subject to minimum numbers and an age restriction of 18 applies.