Institution Wide Language Programme (IWLP)

iwlp courses

Languages for All offers courses in a wide range of modern languages as part of its Institution Wide Language Programme (IWLP). We provide high quality courses for students, staff and the general public.

Routes to study

The main aims of the courses are to develop the ability to use the chosen language effectively for the purpose of practical oral and written communication, and to provide insights into the culture and civilisation of the country whose language is being studied

General Overview of IWLP Levels

Each course has 40 contact hours / 20 weeks and bears 20 credits

Level/Grade

UK Qualification

(at entry to course)

Common European Framework
(at completion of course –realistic level)

MOMD credits awarded at

Open Access Availability

Level 1

Beginner

None

A1.1

Level C

Level C

Level 2

Near Beginner

 Weak GCSE pass

A1.2

Level I

Level C

Level 3

Lower Intermediate

GCSE Grade A/B

A2.1

Level H (C&I)

Level C

Level 4 Intermediate

GCSE grade A*

Weak AS pass

A2.2

Level H (C&I)

Level C

L5

Higher Intermediate

AS level

grade A/B

B1.1

Level H (C&I)

Level C

Level 6 Advanced

A level

IB Higher

B1.2

Level H (C&I)

Level C

Level 7

Post Advanced

 Post A-level study

B2.1 working towards C1 in certain skills

Level H (C&I)

Level C

Level 8

Proficient

 

B2.2/C1 in speaking

Level H (C&I)

Level C

Language Project

 

B2 >

Level H (C&I)

Not offered

Tandem Learning

 

B1 – C2

Level H (C&I)

Not offered

  • Please note that some courses might not be offered every year and some  languages are not available at all levels.
  • We are constantly review our programme so some courses may be dropped and new ones offered in their place.
  • We reserve the right to cancel a class if there are insufficient enrolments.
  • The standard ‘University hour’ is currently set at 50 minutes.