If you are attending one of the Language Centre's Non Degree Modern Foreign Language (MFL) programmes and require a visa to be in the UK, you will need immigration permission which permits you to study.
If you do not already hold immigration permission which permits you to study in the UK, you can apply for a Short-term student visa to attend your programme. More information is available on the Short-term Student section of this page.
If you hold a Tier 4 visa for another institution, you may be able to attend a MFL programme on the basis of supplementary study. You will be required to provide a letter at registration which confirms you are still registered for your main degree programme.
Courtauld Institute of Art students
The LSE Language Centre provides bespoke MFL courses to first-year undergraduate students from the Courtauld Institute of Art as part of their BA History of Art degree. You will continue to be sponsored by the Courtauld Institute at this time.
If you are a studying another programme at the Courtauld Institute, you will be able to attend an MFL programme on the basis of supplementary study.