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Don’t want to do a language module? Let us change your mind!
1/26/2023 11:51 AM

So you’re not taking a language module with the Institution-Wide Language Programme (IWLP). Don’t have enough time? Bad school experience? […]

8 great reasons to take a language module
1/26/2023 11:45 AM

The Institution-Wide Language Programme (IWLP) modules are open to all students and we would love you join us in the […]

IWLP German: Talking to native speakers for the Stage 3 Project
1/26/2023 11:08 AM

In this post we hear from Bee, an IWLP German Stage 3 student. Students on the German Stage 3 module […]

IWLP Italian: Engaging classes where you learn quickly and make new friends
1/26/2023 10:54 AM

Ciao, mi chiamo Alex! I am currently studying BA Modern Languages: French and Spanish. I took Italian as an IWLP […]

How IWLP British Sign Language influenced my future career path
12/19/2022 11:36 AM

My name is Esmé O’Mahony and I studied English Language and Linguistics. I took on British Sign Language Stage 1 […]

IWLP Spanish: “It will make you a more confident and curious person!”
12/19/2022 11:33 AM

Hi, my name is Emily and I’m studying French and International Relations. I previously studied Spanish at GCSE level but […]

Shaping futures for modern languages in higher education

The Department of Languages and Cultures at the University of Reading is delighted to host the 11th annual conference in the Innovative Language Teaching and Learning at University series.

Find out more about the conference 

Faces of Reading

Faces of Reading is an initiative which profiles staff from across the University. Our colleagues hold a wide variety of roles and hail from a richly diverse range of backgrounds. 

Mr Raul Marchena Magadan from the Department of Languages and Cultures features in Faces of Reading.

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Our alumni community isn't just a social network but a thriving global network of professionals.

As part of this community, you can share experiences and expertise, enjoy exclusive offers and events, and take part in hundreds of networking and volunteering opportunities.

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Come to an Open Day

Interested in studying a language degree? Get a feel for the University, meet our staff and students, join a subject taster session and explore our beautiful award-winning campus.

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