Modern Language and Business & Management (French) (4 Years) [BA]
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UCAS course code: NR11
UCAS institution code: M20
Degree awarded: BA
Duration: 4 years
Typical A level offer: AAB-ABB incl. French grade A plus GCSE maths grade B
Course fees: Please refer to the undergraduate fees pages for the latest information.
Academic department: School of Languages, Linguistics and Cultures
Related website: www.llc.manchester.ac.uk
Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact telephone: +44 (0)161 275 3211
How to apply: Apply through UCAS.
BA (Hons) Modern Language and Business & Management (French) gives students a thorough grounding in the principles of business, management and economics and their application in the workplace in both European and global contexts
- This a four-year course with the third year being spent abroad under approved conditions in a country where the language of study is spoken. Students may be able to weight your course towards either business and management or towards the language.
- Student's studies in French will provide the opportunity to study French literature, culture, history and linguistics and give you a solid grounding in French language. Enabling students to become proficient enough in French to live and work effectively in a French-speaking environment.
- From Year One students will discover how the language really works by learning about its morphology, syntax, phonology and phonetics. Students will thoroughly develop their French language skills by working with a variety of oral and written French texts and engaging in discussions in French.
- Core language courses at all levels of study are complemented by a variety of other French and Francophone-related topic areas, and by a period spent in a French-speaking country, which might be metropolitan France or further afield. Independent, monitored self study will reinforce students knowledge of grammar and vocabulary.
Students may also take a set of broad-based content courses - they are designed to give essential grounding in key areas of French culture (especially visual studies), literature, history, society and linguistics. Some of the content teaching on these courses, in the first and subsequent years, is in English, so that students can focus fully on the new concepts introduced, hone their French language skills as well as their expression and accuracy in English.