BSc German and English Language

Aston University
A Birmingham (Inghilterra)

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  • Postgraduate
  • Birmingham (Inghilterra)
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Why choose this course? The Complete University Guide 2014 ranked German at Aston joint 2nd for Graduate Prospects (85%) out of 44 universities 2nd  (84%) for Graduate Level Destinations six months after graduation, Guardian, 2014 Contemporary and applied focus, with a high level of teaching delivered in German English Language at Aston is ranked 13th (out of 105 programmes in the UK) in the Guardian University Guide 2015 In the 2013 National Student Survey BSc English Language scored 100% for overall satisfaction 

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Requisiti: 4 years full-time with integrated year abroad UCAS Code: QR32 Please note this UCAS code applies to applicants who wish to apply for Post A-Level German or for beginners German. Typical Offers A-levels: ABB - BBB from 3 A-levels, including German Grade B. General Studies accepted. Applicants for beginners German are not required to have any previous experience of language learning but we would anticipate that applicants receiving an offer would demonstrate a clear commitment to studying languages via the AS Personal Statement. Applicants with...


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English Language
Skills and Training


By the end of our programme you will be able to work effectively in a professional German-speaking environment. Our focus is on the practical application of a range of skills within their wider context. Your linguistic skills will reach near-native proficiency, acquired through a combination of up-to-date modules and a well structured and supervised year abroad. You will also acquire transferable skills such as teamwork and independent research. These will be essential for any of the career choices the course will open up for you. Teaching is conducted in a stimulating environment by internationally renowned experts in their field. Almost all courses are taught in German and provide in-depth insights into current affairs. Subject specialisms include German society, film studies, socio-linguistics, translation studies, popular culture, literature, history and politics, and business studies.

Our innovative English Language degree aims to provide you with a theoretical knowledge and understanding of the English language, how it works in society and its role in the world today. At the same time we emphasise the practical application of English Language studies to the real world through professionally relevant modules in areas such as Teaching and Learning English or Language in the Workplace or Language and the Law. Your First Year of studying English Language at Aston will give you a broad introduction to language and meaning, to the influence of form and context and to the role of language in society. In the Second Year you build upon the themes introduced in your First Year through the study of core and elective modules designed to equip you to describe the features of spoken and written language in technical detail, as well as collecting, managing and working with linguistic data. In the Final Year you can choose from a wide range of elective modules to suit your interests and/or career plans. You will also produce a substantial piece of individual work in the form of a dissertation on an agreed topic of your choice.

Sample module options: The modules below are indicative only. When an offer is made, students will receive a detailed programme specification which forms part of our terms and conditions.

Year 1

Core modules:
German Language Skills I  (LG1001) 
Introduction to the German-speaking countries   (LG1038) 
Postwar Germany   (LG1039) 
German Language Past and Present  (LG1011)
German Current Affairs   (LG1023)

Introduction to English Language: contexts, modes and media    (LE1085) 
Introduction to English Language: Language in Society     (LE1086)
Grammar and Meaning   (LE1008) 
Academic Communication Skills   (LE1087)