17
February
2020
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14:47
Europe/London

Manchester first on EL Gazette language centre rankings

The University of Manchester has been ranked first place for university language centres in the UK by EL Gazette.

The University came ahead of the universities of Liverpool, Edge Hill (Brighton), King’s College London and Leicester on the list on the basis of its strong British Council inspection reports.

EL Gazette reports that English language study is best pursued at British universities, as these institutions offer superior teaching, learning resources and course design.

Among Manchester’s strengths as a languages centre were staff management, student administration, facilities, learning resources, teaching, student care and leisure opportunities.

Language study at The University of Manchester is being opened up to wider audiences thanks to a generous scholarship from RWS.

The RWS Brode Scholarship is open to students from lower-income households and will support 50 students studying languages at Manchester between 2019 and 2021.

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