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Learn Brazilian Portuguese with our Evening Langage Programme

26 February 2013

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Our Evening Language Programme is offering an 11-week course in Brazilian Portuguese.

The course, which is called Brazilian Portuguese for Travel and Leisure, will start  on 11 April and run for 11 weeks. It's ideal for anyone planning a trip to Brazil, whether for leisure or the upcoming World Cup.

Full details on the course, including times and fees, are available on our Evening Language Programme - Brazilian Portuguese for Travel and Leisure webpage.

Important: This course is part of the Evening Language Programme. It will not count towards your degree and you will need to pay a fee to enrol on the course. No fee waivers are available for students.

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