French A Level (WJEC) at Marling School
It is now commonplace for proficiency in languages to be sought among employers. More and more professions require you to work in a multilingual environment and there are few companies who do not have customers, if not branches, abroad. Just have a look at some higher education prospectuses and you will see how many of them combine science, ICT, engineering, management and business studies with languages. Consider the advantages you will have if you have the ability to speak another language, coupled with a sound understanding of the politics and culture of the country or countries concerned. Not just travel companies, but also business, finance, technology, media, creative and science-based professions are all increasingly looking for graduates who can offer a range of skills including language proficiency.
Component 1: Speaking
Component 2: Listening, reading and translation.
Component 3: Critical and analytical response in writing.
Students are required to achieve at least a Grade B at GCSE level French.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Marling School directly.