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European Languages and Cultures proves popular

11 December 2013

Autumn at the Faculty of Arts had a European flavour. Sophie in ‘t Veld (leading D66 MP in the European Parliament) spoke on the European Wealth of Languages. The new European Languages and Cultures degree programme opened its doors to its first students and they flooded in. European Languages and Cultures also took centre stage in the Languages Week. Student Erwin Zuidema and lecturer Dr Jeanette den Toonder explain the appeal of European Languages and Cultures.

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