Literatures, Languages & Cultures

New Undergraduate Students

Welcome to the School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures! The following information will be useful to you both before and after your arrival.

Checklist and guide to the next few weeks

Things to make sure you know about
A few of the most important things to do when you're starting at university, both before you arrive and after you get to Edinburgh.

Welcome Week Events at LLC

Three students in front of Castle Rock
Get started properly with Literatures, Languages and Cultures by attending our School Events | 10th-14th September

Guide to Degree Programmes and Courses

Alumni bookshelf
Getting to grips with your degree programme, its structure and the options open to you, is a worthwhile exercise before you join us. The following information will help, and Personal Tutors and Student Support Officers will be happy to advise you further, once you arrive.

Personal Tutor

Your personal tutor
Every student is allocated a member of our teaching staff as a Personal Tutor (PT). You'll be given information about your Personal Tutor, including contact details and how to sign up for an appointment, at our Welcome Talk on 10th September.

Key contacts

Key contacts for advice and support in the School of Literatures, Languages & Cultures.

Getting around

Getting around Edinburgh
Information on how to get to Edinburgh, and on getting around the University of Edinburgh once you're here.

How to study at university

Reading is an essential part of studying
The process of learning and teaching at university may be quite different to your experiences at school. Find out how to get the most out of your study at LLC.

Student-Staff Charter

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We believe that the best learning experiences happen when all participants are actively engaged in working together. To help facilitate this partnership, we've developed a Student-Staff Charter.