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Interested in studying languages at King’s? You can find the official departmental sites and Facebook pages below.

KCL Brazil Institute/Facebook
KCL French Department
KCL Centre for Hellenic Studies
KCL German Department/Facebook
KCL Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies/Facebook
KCL European and International Studies/Facebook

The KCL Modern Language Centre provides language courses to King’s students and to the local community. Click here for more information.

There are numerous KCL language societies to get involved in, click on the links to find out more: KCLSU Brazilian and Portuguese SocietyKCL French Society, KCL German Society, KCL Hellenic Society, KCL Hispanic Society, KCL Italian Society.

Find out more about studying abroad with the KCL Study Abroad page.

The Widening Participation Department at King’s runs a number of programmes which aim to support and inspire all students on their journey to university. A number of their schemes involve language learning and teaching, involving both King’s students and high school students, to find out more about the work they do, click here. The department also works with the organisation Routes into Languages to promote language learning, particularly at university. Find out more here.

Final year German students also produce a German newspaper, the Königspost. Find out more here and here.

Originally founded at King’s College London, the Language Exchange Society is now open to ALL students and is a great way to meet fellow linguaphiles. The society gives you the opportunity to learn a new language, brush up on a familiar one, or share your language skills with other enthusiastic students. It operates on an exchange basis, matching members who attend the language exchange events to a suitable tutor/tutee. Lessons run on an informal basis, varying from one-on-one to small groups. The society also holds other events throughout the year such as an annual welcome party, foreign films screenings and talks from professionals from organisations such as the EU, translation firms and the International Red Cross. The society is completely free to join, so head to their website, like their Facebook page, or follow their Twitter account to find out more!


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