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The Diploma in Language (DipLang) and Diploma in Language and Culture (DipLangC) are separate, recognised and endorsed qualifications for students who wish to complete a programme of study in one of the five core languages taught in the Department of Languages and Cultures: Chinese, French, German, Japanese, and Spanish.
Department of Languages and Cultures
Diploma in Language (DipLang) endorsed in Chinese
Students admitted directly to papers at 200- or 300-level must replace their prerequisites with other papers in the subject concerned
Diploma in Language (DipLang) endorsed in French
Diploma in Language (DipLang) endorsed in German
Diploma in Language (DipLang) endorsed in Japanese
Diploma in Language (DipLang) endorsed in Spanish
Regulations for the Diploma in Language (DipLang)
Structure of the Programme
Every programme for the diploma
- shall consist of papers worth not less than 126 points, including at least 36 at 300-level,
- shall satisfy the requirements for at least one endorsement as specified in the schedule of endorsed options for the diploma.
Prerequisites, Corequisites and Restrictions
- Every programme of study shall satisfy the requirements for prerequisites, corequisites, and restrictions set out in the Prescriptions (published in the Guide to Enrolment).
- A candidate may be permitted by the Head of the Department of Languages and Cultures to enrol for a paper at 200-level without having satisfied the normal prerequisites. In such cases the candidate shall not be credited with the prerequisite papers, but shall be exempted from including those papers in an endorsement specified in the Schedule of requirements for the diploma. A candidate may not, having passed any such paper at 200-level, enrol subsequently for any paper for which the exemption has been given.
- A candidate who is enrolled for the diploma concurrently with a degree, or who has completed a degree and is proceeding with the diploma, may cross credit 100-level and 200-level papers which are common to both the degree and the diploma up to a maximum of 36 points.
- No paper may be cross credited between the diploma and any other undergraduate diploma.
The Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Humanities) may in exceptional circumstances approve a course of study which does not comply with these regulations.