What will I learn?

Our Philosophy and Modern Languages BA offers you an exceptionally wide range of modules in both Philosophy and Modern Languages, covering literature, language, film, history, philosophical thought, political and social theory, as well as philosophy of mind, science and ancient philosophy.Our Department of Philosophy has particular strengths in philosophy of mind, philosophy of science and ancient philosophy. We are also able to offer an extremely wide range of modules, including subjects like Indian philosophy and medieval philosophy.Our language modules support all levels of language competence and conform to the internationally recognised Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). Students can take this course either with an A-level (or equivalent) in the degree language, or as a beginner, following a specially-designed ab initio language course.You will attain a high level of proficiency in speaking, writing and reading the language of your degree, whilst developing your knowledge and critical understanding of its culture and society. Our cultural curriculum is innovative and diverse, covering a range of modules in literature, culture, film studies and history, from the medieval period to the contemporary.**Key benefits**- French, German and Spanish have been taught at King's since 1831 and Portuguese since the 1860s, making us one of the oldest modern languages programmes in the country.- Our language departments are consistently voted among the best in the UK and offer our graduates excellent career prospects.- Broad range of specialist modules in French, German, Portuguese and Hispanic Studies, from medieval to contemporary literature as well as politics, history, cultural studies, and film.- You can study French, German, Spanish or Portuguese language either post A-level (or equivalent) or with no previous knowledge of the language (ab initio).- Based in the heart of London, King's location offers access to a variety of galleries, theatres, specialist libraries and resources, including the Goethe-Institut and Austrian Cultural Forum., the Institut Français, Canning House, Camoes Centre for Portuguese Language and Culture, and the Instituto Cervantes, as well as events organised by embassies and other related cultural institutions.- The Year abroad in a French, German, Portuguese or Spanish-speaking country offers the opportunity to immerse yourself in culture and society and attain language fluency. We have exchanges with several partner universities in Europe, as well as North and South America.Please see our online prospectus for further details on this programme: https://www.kcl.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/courses/philosophy-and-modern-languages-with-a-year-abroad-ba

Which department am I in?

Philosophy

Study options

Full Time (4 Years)

Tuition fees
Information not available
Start date

26 September 2022

Venue

Main Site

Strand,

London,

City Of Westminster,

WC2R 2LS, England

Entry requirements

For students from United States

Students with US high school qualifications meet two requirements, in addition to satisfying any specific subject requirements: must study three subjects in-depth, including any subjects as ‘compulsory’ for your course. Students need to have three subjects at Advanced Placement, or three subjects at SAT- S (or a combination of any three different subjects); In addition, all students must achieve strong scores in either the SAT-R or ACT. Students who have completed the optional Essay in the SAT-R after March 2016, though we do not require students to have taken it.

*There may be different IELTS requirements depending on your chosen course.

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