Joint Honours in Modern Languages

The following options are available at the University of Birmingham for studying Joint Honours in Modern Languages:

A single language plus a non-language subject

Our long-established and highly regarded portfolio of Joint Honours degrees enables you to combine a language with a non-language discipline. Joint Honours courses involving language last for four years, with the third year being spent abroad, normally at a University.

If you study a subject in a Joint Honours programme, you work at exactly the same level and to the same academic standard as students taking that subject in a Single Honours programme. The two subjects studied carry equal weight throughout the degree programme (60 credits + 60 credits each year).

Possible combinations:

Joint honours open day talk

Dr Craig Blunt delivers an undergraduate open day talk about studying Joint Honours at the university.