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Language Choice registration is now closed.

Language modules are a compulsory element of Warwick MBA. You are required to register and to attend. Non attendance will affect references.

Please indicate your choice by completing the online form at:

http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/languagecentre/services/business/mba

These tailored courses are planned to teach you a new language from scratch.

Sessions are taught in the evening during the first term.

Language courses run for eight weeks on Tuesdays or Thursdays (18:00-20:00 or 18:30-20:30), week commencing 9th October until 1st December. The group size is around 20.

You will be expected to give time and effort to your elected language in addition to attending each lesson. Homework will be corrected by the tutor each week. If you are unable to attend a class please advise the Centre using the email details below. Tutors record attendance on a weekly basis. Where students attend a minimum of 80% of their classes and good progress has been made, you will be provided with a Certificate of Attendance from the Language Centre.

Courses are based on a recommended book that you may need to buy from the bookshop (depending on which course/level you choose).

Web: www.warwick.ac.uk/languagecentre

Email: business.language@warwick.ac.uk

Subject to sufficient enrolment the following languages and levels are offered – all at
beginner level only:

Arabic

Chinese (Mandarin)

French

German

Italian

Japanese

Korean

Portuguese

Russian

Spanish

You must select three language choices by Wednesday 20th September - please note places are given on a first come, first served basis. After this deadline the on-line form will be closed and any students that have not completed the on-line form must email business.language@warwick.ac.uk with their:

  • Name
  • Student number
  • Details of whether you are an MBA or MiM student
  • List of the languages offered (from above grid) that you have no knowledge/experience of

Places will then be allocated by the Language Centre, depending on which languages still have places remaining.

IMPORTANT: If you have studied or have experience of any of the above language choices, you cannot select that language.