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A Level French at King Edward VI College, Nuneaton

Course description

The course will enable you to develop a deeper understanding of French language and culture and build on the French language skills you acquired at GCSE level. Our students are encouraged to develop their enthusiasm for language learning and to communicate confidently in French. As well as the language skills, the course helps you to develop independent learning and study skills. The course covers many contemporary topic areas such as people and society, healthy living, leisure and sport, education, work and technology, all within a French context.

Entry requirements

College entry requirements plus a minimum of Grade B in French achieved through the higher papers at GCSE as well as a Grade B or above in English Language.

Financial information

There may be additional costs related to optional visits and trips, for example university French days, a study visit or work experience visits.

Future opportunities

This will be an excellent preparation for study in higher education, as well as an invaluable asset in a job in business, law, finance, tourism, education, science and the arts. Employers are increasingly looking for people who can communicate and who are open to other ways of thinking, and this course will help you to develop these skills to the full.

Further information

French combines well with any other subject on the curriculum as it is a skills-based qualification. You will have regular practice with a native speaker outside the normal subject lessons. To be successful in French, you will need to be committed and interested in the way the language works as well as in the culture and life of France or other communities where the language is spoken.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact King Edward VI College, Nuneaton directly.

Last updated date: 24 September 2015
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