French Study Options
This page acts as a portal for all the French study options at the University of Kent. On it you will find information about current courses which are available across the University.
Two areas of the University currently specialise in the provision of language study opportunities; these are the School of European Culture & Languages and the Centre for English & World Languages.
The table below will help you to see which learning opportunities are available and how you can find further details that you may need.
|Course||Further information/link||Departmental website||Contact email|
|Intensive French for beginners FR330||Module Catalogue||Dept of Modern Languages||Email Dept|
|Learning French 2A FR327||Module Catalogue||Dept of Modern Languages||Email Dept|
|Learning French 2B FR328||Module Catalogue||Dept of Modern Languages||Email Dept|
|Learning French 3 FR300||Module catalogue||Dept of Modern Languages||Email Dept|
|Learning French 4 FR589||Module Catalogue||Dept of Modern Languages||Email Dept|
|Learning French 5 FR591||Module catalogue||Dept of Modern Languages||Email Dept|
|Learning French (Business I) FR590||Module catalogue||Dept of Modern Languages||Email Dept|
|Learning French (Business II) FR592||Module catalogue||Dept of Modern Languages||Email Dept|
|French for Beginners Language Express||Language Express||CEWL||Email Language Express|
|French for Post Beginners Language Express||Language Express||CEWL||Email language Express|
|French Intermediate Language Express||Language Express||CEWL||Email Language Express|
Why Choose French?
French is used as an official language by more than 140 million people, worldwide. In addition, it is a key second language for millions more people, globally. French speakers can be found in Europe, the Americas, Africa, parts of Asia, as well as the Middle East and the South Pacific. In terms of size, France is the biggest country in Europe. French-speaking culture has played a pivotal role in the advancement of Western philosophy and civilization. French literature also has a rich history and tradition which arguably predates the literature of other European cultures.
What should I do next?
Click on the links for the courses that you are interested in and use the information on the relevant departmental homepage to help find the details you are looking for.
How do I get more information?
You may be able to apply online for some courses but if you need more specific details use the contact email address which appears next to your preferred course and email the department directly.
I still can't find the information I'm looking for. What should I do?