You can study in a European country, including: You'll be supported throughout your degree by a personal tutor – an academic member of staff who can help with academic and personal issues.You'll also be offered a peer mentor in your first year – this is a fellow student who can help you settle in and answer any questions you have.
This will be a fully recognised period of study during which you will choose one of the following modules: You can apply to spend 9 to 12 months on an optional work placement between Stages 2 and 3.
It will extend your degree by a year and is subject to availability.
If you fail Stage 2, you may not complete a placement year.
*You may not take at Stage 3 the CAC3***-coded version of any module whose CAC2***-coded version you took at Stage 2.
Translation and textual study classes enable you to improve your fluency in reading, while developing skills of literary analysis.
Apply to spend 9 to 12 months on an optional work placement between Stages 2 and 3.It isn't available if you're spending a year studying abroad. On completion of Stage 2 and before entering Stage 3, you may as part of your studies for the degree spend a year in a placement with an approved organisation.If you are required to re-sit your Stage 2 assessment, you must delay the start of your placement until you have done so.Our teaching is informed by research and modules change periodically to reflect developments in the discipline, the requirements of external bodies and partners, student feedback, or insufficient numbers of students interested (in an optional module). Module/programme information for 2020 entry will be published here as soon as it is available (end of May 2020). Each Stage lasts for an academic year and you need to complete modules totalling 120 credits by the end of each Stage.Further information, including the credit value of the module, is available in each of the module descriptions below.It will extend your degree by a year and is subject to availability, however it isn't available if you're spending a year studying abroad. Studying abroad as part of your degree is a fun, challenging experience that will broaden your cultural horizons.It will increase your employability and help you acquire a range of practical life skills.There's an active student society, Clas Soc, which offers a range of activities and events.The module and/or programme information below is for 2019 entry.The PARTNERS Programme is Newcastle University’s supported entry route for students from schools and colleges in England, Scotland and Northern Ireland. ABB at A level is typically the minimum required for entry to an undergraduate course.You can check the equivalent grades for qualifications offered in your country.