Languages for All – Bangor University Students and Staff

You will find information on this page on how to enrol on a language class as well as timetable details and further information about materials and textbooks. The classes are designed to cater for a variety of levels - from absolute beginners to advanced learners seeking to develop their language skills. You can find out more about the levels here.

The information on this page is for Bangor University students and staff. If you are from outside the University and looking for part-time (community) evening classes, please click here.

I am a Bangor University Student

The Languages for All scheme – funded by the University and Erasmus+ – has made it possible for all registered Bangor University students to enrol on one module per semester FREE OF CHARGE (subject to availability).

How do I enrol? Click here to enrol.

Important: Please ensure that you understand the difference between taking a module as a degree module, as an elective or additional module and taking it as an extra-curricular activity (as explained in the information leaflet).

I am a Bangor University Employee

Bangor University employees (with the exception of those also registered as full-time students) are eligible to be considered for a fee waiver on University courses. For more information about eligibility and the fee waiver, please contact pt.learning@bangor.ac.uk.

How do I enrol?

You can apply for a Languages for All module on our Online Application Portal. Please refer to the guidance notes for help completing the form.

For more information about tuition fees payable by Bangor Univeristy staff for part-time courses and eligibility for fee waivers, please consult the main Student Administration webpages and Tuition Fees pages.

Languages for All Timetable 2019-20

Each 10-credit language module consists of two taught hours per week for 10 weeks. All classes take place in the evenings, from 6-8pm. All classes will be held in the Main Arts Building, Bangor University, College Road, LL57 2DG, starting week commencing 30th September. No evening classes week commencing 28th October. First exam, week commencing 4th November and second exam week commencing 9th December, more details will be given in class.

 

Semester 1
(Week commencing 30 September 2019)

Semester 2
(Week commencing 20th  January 2020)

Language

Level/Module Code

When?

Where?

Language

Level/Module Code

When?

Where?

French

Beginners

LXN1021 (CRN1209)

 Tues or Weds

LR3
LR3

French

Beginners 

LXN1021

(CRN 4355)

Tues or Thurs

LR3
LR3

Beginners Plus

LXN1022

Wed

LR3

Intermediate

LXN1221

Tues or 
Thurs

LR5
LR3

Intermediate Plus

LXN1052

Tues

LR5

Advanced

LXN1023

Mon

Rm 429

Advanced Plus

LXN1024

Mon

Rm 429

Spanish

Beginners

LXN1012(CRN1213)

Mon or
Weds

*LR1 &  LR2
*LR1 & LR2

Spanish

Beginners

LXN1012(CRN4357)

Mon or
Weds

LR1

 

 

 

Beginners Plus

LXN1219

Mon or Weds

LR2

Intermediate

LXN1043

Tues or
Thurs

LR1
LR1

Intermediate Plus

LXN1044

Tues or
Thurs

LR1

Advanced

LXN1041

Thurs

Rm 429

Advanced Plus

LXN1042

Thurs

Rm 429

German

Beginners

LXN1001(CRN1211)

Tues or 
Thurs

LR2
LR2

German

Beginners

LXN1001(CRN4356)  

Thurs

LR2

Beginners Plus

LXN1002

Thurs

018

Intermediate

LXN1031

Weds

LR5

Intermediate Plus

LXN1032

Weds

LR5

Advanced

LXN1061

Mon

Rm 430

Advanced Plus

LXN1062

Mon

Rm 430

Italian

Beginners

LXN1071

Mon

LR3

Italian

Beginners Plus

LXN1072

Mon

LR3

Intermediate

LXN1073

Tues

Rm 429

Intermediate Plus

LXN1074

Tues

Rm 429

Advanced Weds
Rm 429
  Advanced Plus Weds Rm 429

Chinese

Beginners

LXN1401(CRN1209)

Mon

LR5

Chinese

Beginners

LXN1401 (CRNtbc)

Thurs

LR5

Intermediate

LXN1421

Tues

Rm 430

Beginners Plus

LXN1402

Mon

LR5

Advanced

LXN1431

Weds

Rm 430

Intermediate Plus

LXN1422

Tues

Rm 430

 

 

 

 

 

Advanced Plus

LXN1432

Weds

Rm 430

 

Please note: (1) Courses run subject to minimum numbers; (2) Many classes are popular - as class numbers are limited, places will be allocated on a first-come-first-serve basis.  We recommend you enrol as soon as possible to avoid disappointment; (3) While the University makes every effort to ensure that the information provided is correct, the timetables may be subject to change.

Materials and Textbooks

The majority of modules require students to purchase a textbook. As soon as you are accepted onto a module, please ensure that you purchase the relevant textbook for your level. A full list of textbooks can be found here.

Further information

Please consult the Student Information leaflet for further information about the different levels, module codes and the timetable. If you have any other queries, please contact us at: languagesforall@bangor.ac.uk.

Please note that you may collect XP points for these modules as part of the Bangor Employability Award (BEA) BEA.