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Studying French at Swansea means developing your knowledge of a world language, discovering the rich culture that makes France an international centre of the arts and understanding twenty-first century France and its role in Europe. Our staff are experts in film, gender studies, medieval and modern literature, theatre studies, travel writing and translation and interpreting. A strong Welsh medium provision is also available. French is offered as a Single or Joint Honours four year course with the third year spent in France with opportunities to work in a School teaching English, studying at University or working in a business.
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We welcome all enquiries and applications. Our preferred offer for Single and Joint Honours is BBC at A-level (excluding General Studies) or equivalent. BBC offer is made on review of the application form, after taking into consideration the subjects studied, the predicted grades, reference and personal statement. Candidates pursuing Scottish Highers, the Irish Leaving Certificate, Access courses, the International Baccalaureate, European Baccalaureate or Welsh Baccalaureate qualifications, are also eligible.
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Most language modules and some ‘content’ modules are taught through the medium of French. Language classes are taught in small groups, which encourages a friendly and supportive atmosphere. Content modules are taught as interactive lectures, in which student participation is actively encouraged. At all levels, use is made of video and Internet materials for teaching, and students can take advantage of excellent self-study facilities in the Language Laboratories and computer labs. We offer a significant proportion of language and content modules at all levels through the medium of Welsh. Cysylltwch â’r darlithydd cyfrwng Cymraeg Dr Kathryn Jones (gweler isod) am fwy o wybodaeth. Assessment is carried out by means of a combination of work submitted in the course of a module and an examination at its end.
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