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Becoming the ‘Language Capital of the World’

BYU is an extraordinary place to study and acquire other languages.

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President Spencer W. Kimball said in his 1975 Second Century address that BYU should become the “language capital of the world.” From the Foreign Language Student Residences to the 70+ languages taught on campus, the College of Humanities plays a key role in BYU’s language-learning initiatives. Read more here.