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Want To Study Modern Foreign Languages at Uni? These Are The Best Places To Do So

Let’s be honest, whether you choose to study for a degree in one modern language or a combination of a few, you can’t really go wrong.

From having what is arguably the most varied choice of modules, to a guaranteed opportunity to spend a year abroad, studying languages at university is always a great choice. Always.

Having said that, the university you choose has a massive impact on your ultimate enjoyment or dissatisfaction with your degree, no matter how much you love it.

When it comes to Modern Foreign Languages, The Guardian University Guide has ranked these universities as the best places to do so. The rankings are based on the percentage of students at each university who said they were satisfied with their MFL course in the National Student Survey (NSS).

Here are the top 10:

1. Coventry University


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2. University of York


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3. Swansea University


Campus life: Wales edition 🤓👍🏼 #swanseatown #summertour

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4. University of East Anglia


#sunset and #shadows #bluesky #summer #Norwich #Norfolk

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5. University of St. Andrews


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6. University of Dundee


Sundee / Fundee / RunningOutOfPunsdee ☀️

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7. University of Liverpool


Such a shame to waste yet another beautiful sunny day on an exam #universityofliverpool

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8. York St. John University


Byeee Byeee Second Year👋🏼

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9. Heriot-Watt University


Summer is here (?)

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10. Birkbeck, University of London


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