Modern & Medieval Languages
Director of Studies: Dr Emanuela Davey (Faculty of MMLL)
The BA in Modern and Medieval Languages is a flexible degree course, and offers the opportunity to study two languages from French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish, or to combine one of these with Classical Latin or Greek. MML graduates have gone on to pursue successful careers in a variety of fields, including journalism, the arts, marketing, law, finance, teaching and the Diplomatic Service; a small number become translators and interpreters.
There is further information about the course on the University and Faculty websites.
A good A-level (or equivalent) in at least one of the two languages to be studied is essential. Entry requirements can be found here. You will be asked to submit two pieces of recent written work, completed for school, as part of your application. One piece should be written in one of the languages you intend to study at University. The pieces must be dated school work which have been marked by a teacher.
Candidates will have interviews in the two languages they wish to offer, including a spoken component in post-A level languages. Candidates may also be given a passage to read before the interview; this passage will then be discussed. MML interviews last about 25 minutes and focus entirely on the subject. If invited to interview, you will be required to sit the College-registered assessment. You will be contacted about this when invited to interview.