Sample programme structures

This page gives you sample structures for the different programmes we offer so you can begin planning your study.

Sample BA degree structure

In your first year we recommend you try out different subjects and discover your interests and strengths. You will later choose two of these subjects on which to concentrate. These two subjects will be your major and minor, or your double major. In later years you have to take a certain number of Stage II and III courses.

Note that the subjects used below are examples only and many other patterns of study are possible.

Example 1: a BA with a major and minor.

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Example 2: a BA with a double major.

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Programme requirements

For more information refer to our pages about the BA programme requirements.

 

Sample BA conjoint degree structure

If you study two or three BA subjects in your first year you will keep your options open. You will later choose one of these subjects to concentrate on – this will be your major. You could also take two subjects to an advanced level and do a double major. In later years you have to take a certain number of Stage II and III courses.

Note that the subjects used below are examples only and there are many other possible patterns of study. Conjoint programmes vary and your first year will depend on which conjoint combination you take.

Example 1: a BA conjoint with a single major

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Example 2: a BA conjoint with a double major

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Programme requirements

For more information refer to our pages about BA conjoint programme requirements.
 

Sample Diploma in Languages structure

You will combine courses for the Diploma in Languages with study for a degree. You can study one or two languages, and half your courses must be at more advanced levels. There are many possible ways you could structure your study, depending on how long you want to take to complete.

Note that the following are examples only and there are many possible patterns of study.

Example 1

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Example 2

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Programme requirements

For more information refer to our pages about the DipLang programme requirements.

Sample Certificate in Languages structure

You will combine courses for the Certificate in Languages with study for a degree. You can study one or two languages, and half your courses must be at a more advanced level. There are many possible ways you could structure your study, depending on how long you want to take to complete.

Note that the following are examples only and there are many possible patterns of study.

Example 1

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Example 2

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Programme requirements

For more information refer to our pages about the CertLang programme requirements.