Modern Languages and Cultures (Undergraduate)
Welcome for undergraduate students will begin on Monday, 11 September 2023.
Single honours courses (eg BA Chinese Studies)
Joint honours courses, where both subjects are languages (eg BA Chinese and Japanese)
Joint honours courses, where one of the subjects is not a language (eg BA Art History and Chinese)
Please ensure you read both the Modern Languages and Cultures Welcome timetable and the Welcome timetable of your second subject (listed below), as you will need to attend sessions in both.
Support and advice
Your Student Support Hub is the place for advice, support, and guidance. We can help you with queries from registration to graduation and everything in between. Please use our SALC Interactive FAQ & Contact Form to contact us or to find the information you need.
Alternatively, please come and see us or you can call us, we’re really happy to help.
You can also access our dedicated Student Support and Wellbeing team who can meet with you on a one to one basis.
Location: Lower Ground floor, Samuel Alexander Building (next to the Lime Cafe). We are number 67 on the Campus Map (which can be found on the University of Manchester webpage) or please see our virtual tour video for directions.
Opening hours: 9am – 5pm, Monday – Friday (10am - 4pm outside of term time)
Telephone: +44 161 529 3348
For more information on the services the Student Support Hub can provide, please see your Student Handbook.
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Students from the School of Languages, Arts and Cultures provide insights on their experiences at The University of Manchester.