Language Groups are led by students who are native speakers of English, French, German or Spanish. Participants meet regularly to practise speaking and listening in a supportive group.
The Language Exchange aims to match individuals who have indicated they have specific language skills with those who wish to learn more about that language.
Students without Borders is available for students wishing to improve their French or Spanish in a medical context.
The annual workshop for new tutors took place in September.
Mandarin Chinese student, Shreya Patel, achieved 3rd place in the competition held in London, with help from tutor, Yuzhe Darling.
The Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Cultures at Leeds has been ranked 60th in the world by the QS World Rankings by Subject 2017.
Do you want the opportunity to meet with a group regularly to practise English, French, German or Spanish with a native speaker?
The AULC conference 2017, hosted by Queens University Belfast on 12-13 January was attended by a record number of delegates, including several UoL language representatives.
Tandem@Leeds, run by the School of Languages, Cultures and Societies, is a 1-to-1 language learning opportunity.