Languages at Caledonian
If you are interested in studying a language as part of one of our degrees, our partnership with City of Glasgow College will definitely be of interest to you.
You have the opportunity to develop your language skills in a suite of teaching rooms equipped with the latest digital technology.
Competence in a foreign language is seen as valuable in many areas of professional life, and because of this, a wide range of our programmes have language options.
Our language classes aim to develop your general language skills, which are of value in both working life and social situations. Our teaching will also give you a sound knowledge of relevant aspects of the contemporary society of the country in question.
Competence in a foreign language is seen as valuable in many areas of professional life. Undergraduate students from a wide range of Glasgow Caledonian programmes can access language options as part of an approved option choice.
Postgraduate programmes may offer the possibility of studying languages. Approval should be obtained from your Programme Leader before applying for a language module.
Language classes are delivered by a team of experienced language teachers. French, German, Italian and Spanish are offered at six levels from Introductory to Advanced. Chinese Mandarin and Portuguese are offered at Introductory level.
Entry: Requires little or no prior knowledge.
Entry: Language Introductory, Standard Grade or equivalent as starting point.
Entry: Language Preliminary, Higher Grade or equivalent as a starting point.
(Intermediate is also available for students at Levels 3 or 4)
Entry: Language Intermediate or equivalent as a starting point.
Entry: Language General or equivalent as starting point.
- Advanced Language For Business
Entry: Language Professional or equivalent as starting point.
The level of module you select depends on your previous knowledge and level of qualification. Languages lecturers are happy to advise you on the most suitable level of module for your individual circumstances and programme requirements.
For further information on any aspect of studying languages on our courses, please contact us.