Learn a new language or continue with an existing one. It's a great way to improve your employability, and you can study on our Cambridge campus or online.
Who can apply?
Students at any ARU campus
Staff members from any ARU campus
Members of the public
Whether you’re a beginner or already have some previous knowledge of the language, you will find a course appropriate to your level.
What courses can you do?
You can take twelve-week courses in French, Japanese and Spanish, and start in either September or January.
Why learn a language?
Boost your employability
Improve your communication skills
Build your confidence
Develop your intercultural awareness
Improve your brain functionality
Gain a better understanding of your own language
Why choose an Anglia Language Programme module?
There are two study options you can take:
As a credit-bearing module: if you're studying an undergraduate degree, and your course allows you to substitute one of your modules for a language. You'll be assessed during and at the end of your language course, and receive credits.
As a standalone module: if you simply want to learn a new language or improve an existing one, you're welcome to join a course. You'll get full access to the lessons and materials and receive a certificate at the end of the course. If you’re already an ARU student or staff member we offer a discounted fee of £120 for a 10-week course. Each week will include two hours' tuition – that's 20 hours overall, plus access to materials for your own work. You'll also have the choice to take the assessment in the final two weeks of the course.
Which is the correct level for you?
Very little or no language: Foundation 1
2-3 years of study – low GCSE. Completed Foundation 1: Foundation 2