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  • Objectives
    French As the European Union plays an ever more important part in the professional experience of companies, the ability to work in more than one language is increasingly recognised as a major asset. Our courses aim to make you highly proficient in French and able to apply your language skills in a number of professional areas. You will also gain a good knowledge of the French social, political and cultural contexts and of France's pivotal place in Europe. Philosophy The study of Philosophy is the most rewarding of all fields. It is also amongst the most universally useful of all subjects, since the skills Philosophy students acquire are those skills that are required for any branch of human intellectual activity, whether campaigning for something to change, presenting or formulating a new idea; making an argument, or simply being able to understand any argument, no matter who might be making it.
  • Entry requirements
    Requirements GCSE: English Tariff points range: 240-300 Relevant subjects: French Access: Yes Baccalaureate EB %: 66-70 Baccalaureate IB pts: 24-28
  • Academic Title
    BA French and Philosophy
  • Course description
    Content

    French

    All the modules presented in French.

    Philosophy
    Year 1

    You will take either or both of the modules Introduction to Philosophy I: Theoretical Philosophy, or Introduction to Philosophy II: Practical Philosophy. Your other modules will be chosen from a wide range of modules in the humanities and social sciences such as English, History, Media and Cultural Studies, Politics, Sociology, provided you are not taking the subject as your other half degree. You will also take two 30 credit modules for French.

    Years 2 and 3

    You take four 30 credit modules in Philosophy, and four 30 credit modules in French, two modules in each subject, each year.

    In Year 2 you take the compulsory module Metaphysics: Being, Appearance and Reality, plus one option from the list: Modern Philosophical Texts, Politics of Enlightenment, Ethical Issues in Politics, Contemporary Political Philosophy, Beliefs and Society, Republican Tradition of Political Thought.

    In Year 3 you choose two further option modules from a list which may include Psychoanalysis and Society; French Existentialism; Feminist Theory; Philosophy as Fiction; Contemporary Political Philosophy; Theories of Justice; Philosophy and Social Theory. In place of one of these modules in Year 3 you can write a dissertation, that is, an independent study. You can only do this if you do not write a dissertation in French.

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