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Learning languages in traditional institutions to drop with tuition fee increase

A recent article in the Guardian has revealed that students are opting for more vocational subjects over the arts and humanities, particularly languages. It looks as though undergraduates are more willing to shell out the proposed £9,000 tuition fees to … Continue reading

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Out with the old, in with the new?

The recent news that headteachers may have to cut the range of A-level courses on offer, while increasing the class sizes of those that remain, has got linguists all shaken up. Modern Foreign Languages departments are most likely to be … Continue reading

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