Durham University's School of Modern Languages and Cultures offers degree programmes in the following areas:
Please note, not all modules listed will run every year. Please ensure you check the module availability for each module outline in the Faculty Handbook.
The module and programme information in the Faculty Handbook is for current modules. Modules do change year-on-year and are amended to take account of, for example: student feedback, changing staff expertise, disciplinary developments, pedagogic research and/or the requirements of external bodies and partners.
BA Modern Languages and Cultures, over four years, including a year abroad. Students can study up to three languages in their first year, before specializing in one or two. All our languages can be studied ab initio (from scratch, subject to our entry requirements). Students choose from the following languages. Learn more about what the course is like in each language:
BA Chinese Studies, over four years, including a year abroad.
Find out how to apply, all course details and structure, entry requirements and more.
Find out more about the BA Chinese Studies modules and associated staff.
BA Japanese Studies, over four years, including a year abroad.
Find out more about the BA Japanese Studies modules and associated staff.
BA Visual Arts and Film, over four years, including a year abroad.
Find out more about the BA Visual Arts and Film modules, associated staff and what students think about the programme.
BA Modern European Languages and History, a joint honours programme taught in collaboration with the Department of History.
Find out more about Durham's Department of History.
BA Liberal Arts in collaboration with a range of Departments across the University.
Find out more about Liberal Arts at Durham University.