21st December 2006

 

STAND OUT BY LEARNING ANOTHER LANGUAGE

 

The University of Lincoln will be providing both students and the public with an opportunity to learn a foreign language.

 

Classes at beginner, intermediate and advanced level in Spanish, French and German will commence in the week beginning 22nd January 2007.

 

The courses last for 12 weeks, each weekly class is two hours long and the cost is £60.

 

Students on the courses will have access to multimedia language resources which will help with their study of a language.

 

A spokesperson for the university said: “More and more people around the world are learning the English language; this is an excellent opportunity for people in Lincoln to learn new language skills or improve existing ones.

 

“The ability to speak another language, even at a basic level, is not only useful on holiday but it is attractive to potential employers too.”

 

For more details about language courses at the university contact Andy Daglish (adaglish@lincoln.ac.uk) on 01522 886344 or Ian Scott (iscott@lincoln.ac.uk) on 01522 886375.

 

 

For more information contact:

Sophie Gayler Press Office Assistant

(01522) 886042 sgayler@lincoln.ac.uk

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