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    Hi everyone - im in slight confusion over the entry requirements for this course .......... I want to take French and Spanish (Joint Honours) below is a copy of the entry requirements

    my confusion basically is ......... if i get a C in A Level french do I meet the requirements for this course? I am at A2 Level (im taking 4 A-Levels) I have 3A's and an E at AS (im repeating the E)


    Degrees BA Single Honours in French
    BA Major Honours in French
    BA Joint Honours in French
    BA Minor Honours in French
    BSc in Accounting with French
    BSc in International Business with a Language
    BSc in Science with Extended Studies in Europe
    LLB in Common and Civil Law with French

    Entrance Requirements
    BA options: BBB or BBC + B (AS-level) including A-level French. AS-level French grade B or above would be acceptable in lieu of A-level.

    For the LLB degree please refer to the Law Prospectus entry.

    any help would be much appreciated, thanks in advance

    Lou Lou

    If you get a C for A level French then that's okay as long as the other grades are at least BBb

    What I gather from that page it says if you take full Alevel french, you need at least C and if you take AS french, you need at least a B in it.

    IF your offer is the same as the typical offer then yes you meet the requirement if you have a C in A-level French, two other B's at A-level and another B at AS.

    edit: and please don't cross post :judge:
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