Teaching takes place at the Parkgate Road Campus.
By the end of this course, you will have had the opportunity to develop your language and communication skills to a very high level through the study of the history and culture of France and other French-speaking countries. Placements in France, Belgium, Canada or other parts of the francophone world will be normally undertaken.
The modules we offer place an emphasis on how a 'sociological imagination' can be used to address social issues. In studying Sociology, you will have the opportunity to foster strong communication skills and develop your ability to take part in reasoned debate and analysis about contemporary social concerns.
For the latest example of curriculum availability on this degree programme please refer to the University of Chester's Website.
For French, you will be assessed in all four language skills: reading, writing, listening and speaking, as well as your ability to research and analyse. You will do this in a variety of formats: essays, role-plays, presentations, summaries, debates, portfolios, discussion papers, translations, projects, dissertation and exams.
For Sociology, we use a range of assessment methods throughout the course, including essays, critical reviews, poster presentations, research proposals, seen/unseen examinations and multiple-choice examinations. This diversity of assessment will allow you to develop a range of academic and practical skills.
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