The Modern Languages Admissions Tests (MLAT) is a prerequisite for applications to undergraduate degree courses in Modern Languages, Linguistics and their joint schools at the University of Oxford. The MLAT is a written test, which consist of several parts for different language and linguistics courses. Candidates will need to take a maximum of two papers. Each paper lasts 30 minutes. The University will provide you with details of which paper will need to be sat.
|University of Oxford (O33)||Any single Modern Language courseAny joint Modern Language courseModern Languages and LinguisticsClassics and Modern Languages
English and Modern Languages
European and Middle Eastern Languages
History and Modern Languages
Philosophy and Modern Languages
Psychology and Linguistics
Philosophy and Linguistics
Courses and MLAT Tuition are delivered 1-1 for the MLAT with past paper practice and expert advice from past Modern Languages Degree Graduates from Oxford and Cambridge Colleges. Many of our tutors hold PhDs and other postgraduate qualifications in teaching Modern Languages both as teachers and tutors, indicative both of their passion for, and expertise in, the subject.
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