Mathematics with a Modern Language (4 Years) [BSc]

Year 2 Programme Structure

The 2nd year of this programme consists of 50 credits of MATH compulsory (a mandataory requirement) course units, and 30 credits of MATH optional course units from the Level 2 course unit list below. Students on this programme can also substitute one 10 credit MATH optional course unit with a University College (UCIL) course unit, of which students will need to complete the appropriate outside course unit form.

For the chosen Language, students take 40 credits of which normally consists of a 20 credit compulsory Language course unit, and a 20 credit optional Language course unit, Japanese studies being an exception with a 40 credit compulsory course unit. 

Please note the Language compulsory course units are listed below under Level 2 course units as optional, therefore to clarify the compulsory course unit for each Language is:

Japanese studies


JAPA20081 and JAPA 20082 40 credits   French studies FREN20210 20 credits
or       German studies GERM20210 20 credits

Japanese studies

(post Intermediate)

JAPA20091 and JAPA20092 20 credits   Spanish studies SPLA20210 20 credits
        Russian studies RUSS20010 20 credits

For further details on the course units available for each Language discipline, please consult the course unit list website: The Schools of Arts, Languages and Cultures studentnet is, where you can locate further details regards the School. However the following optional course units are available to choose:


French Studies FREN20571 or FREN20682
German Studies GERM20261 or GERM20222
Spanis Studies SPLA20361 or SPLA20862


Students can also choose a University Language Centre (LEAP) course unit LALC20481 Translating New Writings as their optional Language unit. Further details on this course unit is available from the LEAP website:

Alternatively you can access all course descriptions via your 'My Manchester' student portal.

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