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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 email@example.com
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