Czech - Languages for All

Find out more about studying Czech with Languages for All. Browse our modules to find the right level for you.


Why Czech?

Czech is the language of a dynamic country in the heart of Europe where the history of the East meets the contemporary West. Its literature, film, history, and sport make it a rewarding language to learn.

About the modules

Our Czech modules are open to all students (for credits or not), members of staff, and members of the public.

Available on a semester basis (11-12 weeks), the modules aim to develop language competence and cultural knowledge for professional and recreational purposes through small group weekly classes and guided independent learning.


If you are unsure about your level, let us know when applying and we will invite you for a short placement interview to understand your previous experience and current needs.


You have no previous experience of learning the language.


You have studied the language for one to two years, possibly have (the equivalent of) a good GCSE, and can interact with 'friendly' native speakers in common, expected situations.


You have studied the language for some years, possibly have (the equivalent of) a good A-Level, and can interact quite naturally with native speakers in standard situations. You want to gain in fluency and accuracy in more advanced situations.

Higher Advanced +

You are an advanced user of the language and have had opportunities to demonstrate your effective communicative skills in the field. You want to gain in sophistication and accuracy in specific situations.

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Once you have decided on the appropriate level for you, apply using the following form. If the applications are not currently open, you will be directed to register your interest instead.

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