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French A Level at Waingels College

Course description

Topics include aspects of French-speaking society, current trends and artistic culture in the French-speaking world. Students study a film and a book from the French-speaking world and develop their grammatical accuracy.

Entry requirements

Standard entry requirements, plus a minimum of a B grade in French.


Exam (100%): two written papers (totalling 3 hours), one speaking exam (21-23 minutes).

Future opportunities

Languages are very important for jobs like translating, interpreting or teaching and for those who wish to travel or work abroad. In the UK companies already do business with over 200 countries worldwide and they need people with language skills. Languages open doors in Computing, Law, Customer Services, Engineering, Finance, Marketing, Media and more.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Waingels College directly.

Last updated date: 04 October 2017

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