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DEGREE REGULATIONS & PROGRAMMES OF STUDY 2021/2022

Information in the Degree Programme Tables may still be subject to change in response to Covid-19

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Year 1 Academic year: 2021/22, Starting in: September

Notes:
Students failing History of Art 1A and 1B will not be allowed to progress to Year 2 unless recommended as a special circumstances concession from the Exam Board.

Compulsory courses

You must take these courses

Course options

Courses from School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures- Multiple programmes- Level 8

Select exactly 40 credits of the following courses
Notes:
Entry requirements:
for French 1A: a pass in French at National 5 (SQA) or GCSE
for French 1B: a pass in French at Higher (SQA), A-level or equivalent
Entrants with SQA qualifications should hold at least a 'B' pass
AND

Level 7 and 8 courses in Schedules A-Q, T, W and Y

Notes:
Level 7 language courses cannot be taken for credits on this degree programme.

Year 2 Academic year: 2021/22, Starting in: August

Notes:
Entry into Honours:
(1) Students must pass courses to the required value of 240 credits in the first two years.
(2) Students must achieve 50% or more at first attempt in all required second-year language courses for their registered degree.
(3) If a student achieves a pass in ELCF08012 French 2 Literature and Culture but fails to meet the 50% requirement, progression to Honours will be permitted if the student has achieved 50% or more at first attempt in ELCF08009 Politics and Institutions of Contemporary France A.
(4) All courses (including outside subjects) must be passed before embarking on the year abroad, an outside course passed at Resit in August will be acceptable.

Compulsory courses

You must take these courses

Course options

Courses from School of LLC and PPLS Level(s) 8

Select exactly 40 credits of the following courses
Notes:
Politics and Institutions of Contemporary France is only available to students who have passed French 1A or French 1B.
Scandinavian Languages 2 is available to students who have taken a Scandinavian Studies language in year one.
For LEL2 courses students must have passed: Linguistics and English Language 1 or A Brief Introduction to Language.
OR

Level 8 courses in Schedules A-Q, T, W and Y

Select exactly 40 credits from Level 8 courses in Schedules A-Q, T, W and Y
Selected courses must be passed

Year 3 Academic year: 2021/22, Starting in: August

Notes:
During 3rd year, when permitted, at least 30 weeks must be spent in the relevant country and prescribed work completed in History of Art and in the relevant language in an approved establishment. During sessions when this is not permitted students will be offered an alternative means of engagement.

Final Assessment:

One unit of assessment is allocated to every 20 credits and constitutes one 20-credit paper. The following are the twelve 20-credit papers on which the classification of the degree is based.

1. French Language Paper 1 (10 credits from Language acquisition and 10 from Y4 LP1 course)
2. French Language Paper 2 (10 credits from Language acquisition and 10 from Y4 LP2 course)
3. Oral for French (taught and assessed in Y4)
4. French Online Language Course for Year Abroad Students
5. Art History Part one
6. Art History Part two
7. MEL Year Abroad work OR MEL Dissertation Preparation (see 8)
8. MEL Long Essay OR MEL Dissertation Completion (Papers 7 & 8 are a combined grade 10% from preparation and 90% from final dissertation preparation. Credits cannot be awarded for Dissertation preparation unless the full 2 year course is completed.)
9. French Hons option course
10. History of Art Hons option course
11. History of Art Hons option course
12. History of Art Hons option course

Compulsory courses

Course options

DELC Year Abroad Options

Select exactly 20 credits of the following courses

Year 4 Academic year: 2021/22, Starting in: August

Notes:
Final Assessment:

One unit of assessment is allocated to every 20 credits and constitutes one 20-credit paper. The following are the twelve 20-credit papers on which the classification of the degree is based.

1. French Language Paper 1 (10 credits from Language acquisition and 10 from Y4 LP1 course)
2. French Language Paper 2 (10 credits from Language acquisition and 10 from Y4 LP2 course)
3. Oral for French (taught and assessed in Y4)
4. French Online Language Course for Year Abroad Students
5. Art History Part one
6. Art History Part two
7. MEL Year Abroad work OR MEL Dissertation Preparation (see 8)
8. MEL Long Essay OR MEL Dissertation Completion (Papers 7 & 8 are a combined grade 10% from preparation and 90% from final dissertation preparation. Credits cannot be awarded for Dissertation preparation unless the full 2 year course is completed.)
9. French Hons option course
10. History of Art Hons option course
11. History of Art Hons option course
12. History of Art Hons option course

Compulsory courses

You must take these courses

Course options

Group A

Select exactly 100 credits in this group.

DELC Dissertation or Long Essay

Select exactly 20 credits of the following courses
AND

European Languages and Cultures - French Level 10 courses

AND

History of Art Year 4 options and Architectural History Year 3 and 4 options

Select exactly 60 credits of the following courses

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