Department of Modern Languages and Cultures
   
   
  

Your open day - 13 or 14 September

Open Days are your chance to discover why Nottingham is a great place to live, study and work.

  • Chat with academics about the courses you're interested in.
  • Meet current students.
  • Tour our accommodation and award-winning facilities.

Book your open day

Below is a list of activities and links for the June open days. Times and locations may changes slightly for September. Check back here closer to the date or see the programme or MyNottingham app.

 

Key Modern Languages and Cultures activities

French and Francophone Studies 
Key French and Francophone Studies activities
 TypeActivity Time Where
Drop-in Chat to staff and students about our courses at the Modern Languages exhibition 9.30am-4.00pm Council Dining Room, Trent Building
Talk Studying French at Nottingham

10.00- 10.30am
3.15-3.45pm

A1/A2 Highfield House
Talk Studying abroad as part of your language course

10.45-11.30am
12.30-1.15pm
1.30-2.15pm 

A1/A2 Highfield  House
Taster session Beginners' French language taster session 12.15-12.45am B38a, Trent Building
Talk Studying Modern European Studies, Modern Language Studies, Modern Languages with Business, and Modern Languages with Translation 1-45-2.15pm A03, Teaching and Learning Building
 
German Studies
Key German Studies activities
 TypeActivity Time Where
Drop-in Chat to staff and students about our courses at the Modern Languages exhibition 9.30am-4.00pm Council Dining Room, Trent Building
Talk Studying German at Nottingham

10.45- 11.15am

B46, Trent Building
Talk Studying abroad as part of your language course

10.45-11.30am
12.30-1.15pm
1.30-2.15pm 

A1/A2 Highfield  House
Talk Studying Modern European Studies, Modern Language Studies, Modern Languages with Business, and Modern Languages with Translation 1-45-2.15pm A03, Teaching and Learning Building
Taster session Beginners' German language taster session 2.30-3.30pm B38a, Trent Building
 
Russian and Slavonic Studies 
Key Russian and Slavonic Studies activities
 TypeActivity Time Where
Drop-in Chat to staff and students about our courses at the Modern Languages exhibition 9.30am-4.00pm Council Dining Room, Trent Building
Talk Studying abroad as part of your language course

10.45-11.30am
12.30-1.15pm
1.30-2.15pm 

A1/A2 Highfield  House
Taster session Russian language taster session 11.15-11.45am B38a, Trent Building
Talk Studying Russian and Slavonic Studies at Nottingham 1.00-1.30pm B46, Trent Building
Talk Studying Modern European Studies, Modern Language Studies, Modern Languages with Business, and Modern Languages with Translation 1-45-2.15pm A03, Teaching and Learning Building
 
Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies
Key Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies activities
 TypeActivity Time Where
Drop-in Chat to staff and students about our courses at the Modern Languages exhibition 9.30am-4.00pm Council Dining Room, Trent Building
Talk Studying abroad as part of your language course

10.45-11.30am
12.30-1.15pm
1.30-2.15pm 

A1/A2 Highfield  House
Talk Hispanic studies courses at Nottingham 11.45am-12.15pm
2.30-3.00pm
A1/A2 Highfield House
Taster session Beginners' Portuguese language 1.00-1.30pm B38a, Trent Building
Talk Studying Modern European Studies, Modern Language Studies, Modern Languages with Business, and Modern Languages with Translation 1-45-2.15pm A03, Teaching and Learning Building
 

University-wide activities

Access information on everything from accommodation tours to welfare services to campaign and social groups.

Website

PDF programme

MyNottingham app

 

 

Would you like to combine a modern language with another subject?

  • Check out the  available options
  • Come to one of our Open Day "Why choose joint honours?" talks
    • 10-10.30am B46, Trent Building
    • 1.45-2.15pm B46, Trent Building
 
Georgina O'Kane Modern Languages and Translation
Studying Modern Languages at the University of Nottingham has opened up a number of amazing opportunities for me. It has prepared me for the future and given me an invaluable set of skills that I will continue to use after my time here. The fantastic year abroad programme has also given me incredible experiences; at age 21 I can say that I have lived in Spain and Brazil, and the University prepared me for this immense challenge.
Georgina O'Kane, Modern Languages with Translation

 

 

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