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To complement their academic development, students of French are encouraged to put their language skills into practice through a lively programme of social activities. These include a fortnightly cinéclub, cafés philosophiques, and an end-of-year student show.

Our students run a French-language webzine, l’Hex.

Since 2015 our language teachers have run a debating club, which enables first- and second-year students to acquire the skills to debate cultural and political topics in French. In 2016 our team won the joutes oratoires, a national student debating competition organised by Franco-British Connections in collaboration with the Institut français du Royaume-Uni.

You can also keep up to date with French activities, at QMUL and elsewhere, by signing up to our blog.

From September 2019, we are launching our new BA in Modern Languages

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What our students say

‘The insight that I got into literature, history, philosophy and art from modules including Out of Place: Literature and Dislocation and French Feminist Writing inspires me until this day. Comparing texts, ideas and theories gave me the analytical skills that I use every day to find and write interesting news stories [in my job as a journalist]. It also helped that all my lecturers were always incredibly helpful and so understanding.’

Hanna, French

Our 2018 French undergraduate programmes include:

Film Studies and French

French

French with Business Management

French and Comparative Literature

French and German

French and Hispanic Studies

French and History

French and Linguistics

French and Politics

French and Portuguese

French and Russian

Our 2019 French undergraduate programmes include:

Modern Languages

Film Studies and French

French with Business Management

French and Comparative Literature

French and History

French and Linguistics

French and Politics

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