The University Council For Languages (UCFL) is the overarching national organisation which represents the interests of Modern Languages, Linguistics and Cultural and Area Studies in Higher Education throughout the United Kingdom, and works with corresponding bodies in other countries. Within this context, the University Council of Modern Languages Scotland (UCMLS) will coordinate all additional actions and resources, which are relevant for Scotland.
The role of UCFLS is to:
What does UCFLS do?
How does UCFLS work?
Meetings are held 2-3 times a year when issues of interest to members are discussed: UCFLS is run by a committee to which representatives of all Scottish HEIs are invited. The committee is chaired by the Scotland Representative to the UCFL Executive Committee, Ed Welch.
All minutes, relevant links and reports on other activities carried out by UCFLS can be found on the Scottish CILT website.