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Vicente Blasco Ibanez and
World War I

The TU department of Languages is hosting an event centering around World War I on November 10-12, 2014.

Day One - Lectures and Film Screening 

Day Two - Lectures and Film Screening 

Day Three - Film Screening 

Why are TU Languages graduates so successful in obtaining coveted positions in business, teaching, and the most prestigious graduate schools?

The answer is simple: It's what TU graduates can do that sets them apart. Their high achievement typically begins with small, student-centered language classes, continues with a study abroad experience, and concludes with challenging advanced-level courses.

Language Learning

Chinese (Mandarin), French, German, Greek (Ancient), Hebrew, Latin, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish

In the TU Classroom:

  • Emphasis on communication
  • Beginning and intermediate language classes limited to 22 students 
  • Advanced classes limited to 15 students 
  • A state-of-the-art multimedia language lab that provides interactive learning environments 
  • Designated language classrooms furnished with comfortable armchairs and small tables to create a welcoming atmosphere conducive to language acquisition.

Around the campus:

  • Russian Club, French Forum, French Cinema Club, Tertulia Spanish Conversation Club, and Chinese Culture Club.
  • Phi Sigma Iota (International Foreign Language Honor Society),
  • Sigma Delta Pi (Spanish Honor Society).