Learn a new language

Being able to communicate in different languages is a useful skill in the modern world. Learning a language presents a new challenge, helps you to become a confident and effective communicator, and is a useful skill to demonstrate your cultural awareness to future employers.

You don't have to be studying languages or spend time working or studying abroad to improve your language skills. There are opportunities to do so, right here in Sheffield:

Try a new language with Give it a Go

Give it a GoLanguage tasters available throughout the academic year.

There are Languages For All

Languages For AllLearn one of 20 languages and gain credit towards your degree, at no cost to you (in most cases).

Join our Global Campus

GlobeMake the most of being part of an international student community and join in the many events and activities where you can informally learn and practise a new language with fellow students.

Improve your English

LaungaugesNeed to brush up on your English? Support available for English writing and speaking skills and free language classes available for the partners of international students.

Enrol for Languages for STEM students

STEM languagesIf you are studying a STEM subject and due to take a year abroad as part of your studies, you can prepare and gain a credit in French, Spanish, Italian or German.

Find a Language Partner

Improve Your EnglishCheck out the Languages Tandem Board in the Activities Zone in the Students' Union to see if anyone is offering informal lessons in your language of choice. If not, why not advertise for a language partner?