French at Leicester
Why Study French?
Studying French at university opens up a window on another way of life. At Leicester, French is taught within a School of Modern Languages that prides itself on its stimulating and convivial atmosphere.
All members of staff are actively involved in scholarly research in fields which include French and Francophone literature, cinema, culture and society.
At the end of the first year you will attend a summer school in Montpellier. This is fully funded by the University.
The course structure is flexible with a wide range of optional modules. The use of material from the media and the internet, as well as the presence of several native speakers within our staff, helps us to create a French ambiance.
The links below take you to lists of the many different modules which you can study.
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