News and events
Invited Speaker David Bearfield, Director of the European Personnel Selection Office (EPSO), Brussels
Representations of the Holocaust in Italian culture to be examined at the 2013 Aubrey Newman Lecture at University of Leicester on Wednesday 8 May
Work by leading French-language comics theorist is translated
University of Leicester to host Postgraduate Open Evening on Tuesday 19th March
The School of Modern Languages at the University of Leicester continues to build on its recent successes in a variety of national league tables: results published by the Complete University Guide confirm that French and Italian have both risen to 12th place overall, while Spanish has achieved 9th place in the country.
Behind these statistics lies even more good news however: in terms of student satisfaction all three of the School's languages have been placed top nationally, and employability prospects for our graduates have also seen huge improvements - both Spanish and French are, again, placed first, with Italian in a very impressive 4th place overall.
You can see how our performance has been rated in the latest Complete University Guide: