Learn a language in your lunch break
Did you know that the Language Zone has learning resources available in over 45 languages?
The Language Zone resources and study area are open daily to all staff and students of the University of Leeds who are currently learning a language or would like to start.
The Language Zone team aim to help staff and students add to their skills at their own pace. It has an extensive range of learning materials, including computer-aided learning courses, books, magazines and audio-visual materials, such as foreign-language films you can borrow overnight, as well as a large study area.
If you would like to find out more, visit the Language Zone on 11 August at 1pm or 12 August at 12.30pm, for a 30-minute session for staff members. You'll find out:
- What's available at the Language Zone for staff and students
- How to get started learning a language
- Tips on brushing up existing skills
The sessions are suitable for those learning a language at any level, or if you are just interested in finding out what the Language Zone has to offer. You do not need to book, but please arrive on time as places are limited.
If you cannot attend these sessions, but would like to find out more, just drop in during our opening hours (check the Language Zone website), send an email, or make an appointment with the Language Learning Adviser for a 1 to 1 session.
The Language Zone is located on the 2nd floor of the Parkinson Building.
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