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Beyond the first-year level there are courses in every important field of French language and literature, from the Middle Ages to the present day, including the literature of French Canada, French-speaking African countries and translation techniques.
France, Quebec French-speaking African cinema are also taught and the department has specialists in these areas.
Each year a number of visiting distinguished scholars give lectures on their special interest, and in some cases, conduct seminars for senior students.
B.A. Bachelor of Arts (General) - 3 years
B.A. (Adv.) Bachelor of Arts (Advanced) - 4 years
B.A. (Hons.) Bachelor of Arts (Honours) - 4 years – Honours Double option available
Note: a degree in French is a definite asset regardless of one's chosen career path. Given the increased demand for bilingual individuals in society, it makes perfect sense to pursue post-secondary studies in French.
An equivalent minimum average of 85% over the following senior level courses, with no less than 60% in each course:
Upper Middle School Graduation Certificate
Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) / Intermediate Certificate / All India Senior School Certificate
Peesh-daneshgahii (Pre-University year certificate)
1- Transcripts and course information from previous studies
2- Proof of English language proficiency
3- A personal statement about your goals for the program
4- A portfolio of your previous work
5- An audition or interview (If required)
Duolingo English Test (Winter 2021 intake only)Minimum score required: 115 overall
The English Language Centre (ELC) at the University of Manitoba (UM) offers the full-time Intensive Academic English Program (IAEP).
If the student does not meet the English Language Proficiency requirement for their program of interest, the student can take advantage of this program to obtain the Academic English language skills needed to complete a degree.
Minimum score required: Pass Level 5/AEPUCE (Academic English Program for University and College Entrance)
Also known as the Academic English Program for University and College Entrance (AEPUCE), Level 5 is designed to prepare students for admission to the University of Manitoba.
Students who successfully pass Level 5 meet the English Language Proficiency requirements of most programs at the University of Manitoba, the University of Winnipeg and Red River College.
If you have already achieved one of these minimum test scores, you may be eligible to enter Level 5 of the IAEP directly:
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