Hindi

India FlagHindi is a very melodious and phonetic language. It is the national language of India and is spoken by millions of people not only in the native country, but also in several other countries. It is also the language of a long literary tradition, both in modern prose and poetry, as well as pre-modern secular and devotional poetry. In more recent times Hindi has become a dominant language of modern media, such as cinema in India and much of the content on television. A majority of Hindi speakers reside in many of the northern states of Indian, but because of its cultural and political presence, it is understood in most places in India.

Hindi Beginners (Level 1)

This is for you if you have no prior knowledge of Hindi (or so little that you effectively want to start again from scratch). You will learn basic skills to enable you to make yourself understood and to find out information in everyday situations.

  • Session information: Mondays at 6-8pm 
  • Timeline: Starting 25 January 2021 - running until 5 July 2021.
  • Term 1: 10 weeks: starting 25 January - 29 March 2021; Term 2: 10 weeks: 20 January - 24 March 2020
  • Fees: Term 1 - £120. Term 2 £120. Full Course £240.

How to apply

Hindi Post-Beginners (Level 2)

This is for you if you have no prior knowledge of Hindi (or so little that you effectively want to start again from scratch). You will learn basic skills to enable you to make yourself understood and to find out information in everyday situations.

Key Information

  • Session information: TBC
  • Timeline: TBC
  • Term 1: TBC
  • Fees: Term 1 - £120. Term 2 £120. Full Course £240.

How to apply