Polish Society and Culture (MLT217)

The unit introduces students to contemporary Polish history, culture, and society. (Available in 2019/20 only)

    • University credits: 20
    • University levels: 2
    • Pre-requisite: MLT158, RUS124, GCSE grade A, or equivalent CEF A2 qualification or experience.
    • Co-requisite: MLT257 Polish Intermediate 1 and MLT258 Polish Intermediate 2
    • Availability: Available to Level 2 students on MDLU01 BA Modern Languages only.
    • Teaching period: Autumn & Spring semesters. See: Timetables & course dates
    • Contact times: 1 hour per week over 23 weeks, starting in Week 2 of the Autumn semester.
    • Group size: Maximum of 23 students
    • Language Co-ordinator: Anna Ferrarese
    • Module Leader: Dr Justyna Drobnik-Rogers 
    • Pathway: N/A

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    Information last updated: 8 November 2021