Academic Calendar - 2018

Western University Academic Calendar. - 2018

French Studies
Faculty of Arts and Humanities

Western Main Campus

Address:

Arts and Humanities Building 2R34
Western University

Phone:

(519) 661-2163

Website

All courses are taught in French unless otherwise stated.

Note: Students with Grade 11 French with an average of at least 75% should enrol in French 1010, and those with Grade 12 French with an average of at least 75% should enrol in French 1910 or French 1900E or French 1999, unless special circumstances warrant a lower level. Students with demonstrably higher ability can be placed at a 2900 level or higher, based on placement test results. Students who have never taken French, or who fall outside these categories above, must take a placement test to determine course selection (available online at http://www.uwo.ca/french). Contact the Department of French Studies for more information at french@uwo.ca

Note: All department modules have French 1910 or French 1900E or French 1999 as a prerequisite. This prerequisite can be waived for students who demonstrate higher ability.

Note: The second-year translation course French 2300 may not be taken concurrently with French 3300.


For Information about the Trois Pistoles French Immersion School, see frenchimmersion.uwo.ca

For Essay and Breadth requirements for all Degrees at Western, see Graduation Requirements or The Degree Structure