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Outreach

Welcome to Outreach in Modern Languages and Linguistics at the University of Southampton. 

Ranked 4th in the Guardian League Table in 2017 for teaching and student experience, Modern Languages and Linguistics at Southampton is offering primary and secondary school outreach on-campus and off-campus activities in order to promote our enthusiasm for our area and to inspire young people to take up and to continue studying Modern Languages of all Key Stages in primary and secondary.

A key focus of our outreach agenda is the delivery of a Able Linguist Day for year 8 students, a Study Day for year 10 students and a sixth form conference for year 12 and 13 students.

Follow us on Twitter for further updates. These events will draw on the research excellence of the department's world-leading academics and provide an insight into studying languages at university level.

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6th Form Conference

Events for year 12 and 13 students thinking about studying a languages degree at university soon

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Routes into Languages

The University of Southampton is a member of the Routes into Languages South East consortium.

We organise a range of other exciting activities including:

Contact us for further enquiries.

 Contacts

Dr Jane Lavery,
Modern Languages and Linguistics Outreach Co-Coordinator and Strategy Lead

Dr Darren Paffey,
Marketing and Recruitment Officer

Visit our main Modern Languages and Linguistics pages to explore undergraduate and postgraduate Modern Languages and Linguistics degree provision.

Details of outreach events for schools are listed in the events section of the this website.

Outreach event archive

For more information

Languages South East – support for language teachers

Part time language courses

Modern Languages can be studied part time with Lifelong Learning

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