French and Politics BA Jt Hons
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International tuition: £18,420
Domestic tuition: £9,250
This course, combining Politics with degree-level study in French language and culture, is open to beginners in French as well as post-A level students. Beginners' French students follow an intensive language course designed to take them to degree level within four years, while post-A level students take language classes at an advanced level. Absolute beginners, GCSE, AS (beginners' entry), or A level students (post-A level entry) in French are warmly invited to apply. On both routes - post-A level or beginners' - you will normally divide your time equally between French and Politics. In the Politics part of the degree all students will take core foundational modules dealing with key political issues and optional modules in areas that interest them. Study abroad Your third academic year is spent in France or a Francophone country doing one of the following: a programme of studies in a higher education institution working as an assistant in a school a work placement.
This program can be done
A level offer ABB Open to beginners and A level students of French Required subjects B in French at A level, if applicable. No language qualification is required for the beginners' pathway. IB score 32; 5 at Higher Level or 6 at Standard Level (B programme) in French, if applicable. IELTS 7.0 (no less than 6.0 in any element)
You will have a broad knowledge of political ideas and concepts and the ability to think and study independently. You will have a level of French that allows you to operate in sophisticated social and professional contexts. Your year abroad will suggest to potential employers that you are adaptable and independent.
Nottingham , United Kingdom