Applied Foreign Languages (AFL) are modern languages units open to undergraduate students across the University. We offer programmes for students on particular degree courses, as well as open units that are available to all students on 120/130 credit degree courses.
Online registration for 2016 AFL open units is available for:
Please note that for 2016-17, teaching will start from Week 1.
Timetables for AFL units for 2016/17 in the following languages are now available (all in PDF format):
The AFL Student Handbook 2016-17 (PDF, 633kB) is now available.
See how the levels on offer are linked to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR (PDF, 63kB)).
The School of Modern Languages provides tailor-made AFL units for the following programmes:
All AFL units blend face-to-face teaching hours with online activities mainly accessible via Blackboard, providing students with a rich and stimulating range of learning opportunities.
Computers and learning materials such as foreign magazines are available to AFL students in the School Common Room, 17 Woodland Road. Two further computer rooms (G95 and G89, 19 Woodland Road) are also accessible to all AFL students.
AFL Leaflet (PDF, 345kB)