From September 2014, there will be an expanded programme of Languages for International Mobility, with courses offered in various languages. These courses, which are worth 10 credits each, are aimed at students who are interested in learning a language but for whom courses in SMLC's language degree provision may be unsuitable or unavailable. See our website for further details.
20 DecA warm welcome to the Summer 2018 issue of the SMLC newsletter from Professor Vicente Perez de Leon, Head of the School of Modern Languages and Cultures.
20 JunSemester 2 saw a rich and varied programme of research workshops and seminars, the organisation of two Existential Philosophy and Literature conferences, Medical Humanities events, and 'EAP in the North'.
20 JunSMLC's wide-ranging expertise was sought by the media in interviews with staff ranging from living in the digital world, from a Nietzschian slant, to Catalan politics and resistance to occupation.
20 JunA selection of three well-received recent monographs, written by lecturers in Comparative Literature, German and Russian, which attracted global attention.
More than 1500 undergraduate students are studying languages at Glasgow.
We offer undergraduate programmes in French, German, Hispanic Studies, Italian, Russian and Spanish. These programmes offer not only expertise in language but also in the literature, culture, history, music and film of the countries in question.
We also offer a programme of study in Comparative Literature which allows the optional study of a foreign language. Other languages including Catalan, Czech, Polish and Portuguese can be studied as part of the programmes listed above.
The following subject areas form the School of Modern Languages and Cultures: