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Sign Language to be counted as a 'language' for undergraduates.

Sign Language to be counted as a 'language' for undergraduates.

A university that requires all UK undergraduates to have a GCSE in another language, or study one alongside their degree, adds sign language to its list
 

A leading university has announced plans to recognise British Sign Language (BSL) qualifications in its entry requirements.

University College London (UCL) said that in future, BSL will be considered as meeting the institution's modern foreign language (MFL) requirement.

The university is the only UK institution that requires all of its UK undergraduates to hold at least a C grade at GCSE in another language or to sign up for courses as part of their degree.

It has now announced that it will recognise sign language as part of the requirement, saying it hopes the decision will increase awareness and access to the language. 

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