BA (Hons) French

Study French in a vibrant environment where your future is our focus. Combine your French studies with other courses to enhance your career opportunities.

Key facts

  • Award BA (Hons)
  • Start date September 2021
  • Duration 48 months or 36 months (Please note, completing an optional Language Assistantship increases the study period to 60 months or 48 months)
  • Mode of study Part-time, Full-time, Campus based
  • UCAS Code R120
  • Study abroad opportunities

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Studying a modern language opens up a world of opportunities, and a French degree from the University of Stirling is designed with your future firmly in mind.

We focus on giving you an in-depth knowledge not only of the language, but also the factors that are shaping France and the wider Francophone world today. This contemporary, all-encompassing approach means you’ll graduate with a true grasp of France’s place in the world and a deep understanding of the language’s ongoing evolution and reach. You’ll be qualified to apply this knowledge in a host of professional arenas – with former French graduates from Stirling having gone on to work in areas as diverse as journalism, teaching, law and translation. There’s no formula or limit to what you can do with a second language, and the opportunity to spend an extended period studying abroad will further broaden your horizons and adaptability.

Another advantage of studying French at Stirling is the flexibility of our degree programme. You can combine French with one of 17 other courses to further enhance your employability and pursue specific career goals from the outset. From Marketing and Mathematics to Computing Science and Professional Education, our complimentary subject choices are as unique as your ambitions.

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