Whatever you choose to study, you’ll be taught in supportive, small groups by leading experts in your subject. We also offer targeted careers support with a focus on careers that may be of interest to English language and applied linguistics students. In particular, support addresses the needs of students from under-represented groups. Furthermore, you'll have the opportunity to complete part of your degree in a foreign institution, with our Study Abroad programme.
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Depending on your course, you can spend two weeks, a semester, or an academic year abroad. This can be part of a standard three-year degree, an extended four-year degree, or it may involve a shorter length of time such as a summer school.
We'll help you decide where to go and for how long, guide you through the application process, and support you when you’re abroad.
To find out more about the benefits of studying abroad, and discover where you can go, visit the Study Abroad website.