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Do you require a modern language at GCSE besides Maths and English for Undergraduate study?

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No, a modern language is not currently required at GCSE level alongside the standard English and Mathematics GCSE's.

If you are applying for a modern language at undergraduate level, it will always be good for us to see a consistent interest in this throughout school and college, however, unless specifically stated in the programme entry requirements it is still not mandatory at GCSE level.

 Please see entry requirements on our course pages here.

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