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(Post ATAR). French is widely spoken throughout the European Union, Switzerland, Canada, Africa and around the world. It is one of the most important languages in the fields of art, aviation, business, communications, dance, diplomacy, high fashion, innovative industries, journalism, literature, music, international politics, sport and tourism.
Community Service Professional, Diplomat, International Business Consultant, Interpreter, Overseas Aid Worker, Public Servant, Researcher, Teacher, Tour Guide
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French isn’t just the language of love. It’s widely spoken throughout the European Union, Switzerland, Canada, Africa and around the world. French is one of the most important languages in the fields of art, aviation, business, communications, dance, diplomacy, high fashion, innovative industries, journalism, literature, music, international politics sport, and tourism. Studying French at ECU gives you the edge in a large variety of careers whether you want to report on haute couture, do overseas aid work with the Red Cross, represent Australia at the UN, work as a tour guide at the Louvre, or become involved with Australia’s biggest two-way trading partner: The European Union. And it couldn’t hurt your love life either.
Applicants for the advanced (post-ATAR) language majors will require WACE 3A/3B, or equivalent language skills in the relevant language.
|FRE1165||French (The French Way of Life)||15|
|FRE1275||French (Challenges in Modern France)||15|
|FRE2336||French (Life and the Environment)||15|
|FRE3437||French (Life and the Environment)||15|
|FRE2346||French (Science and Technology)||15|
|FRE3447||French (Science and Technology)||15|
|FRE2356||French (The Arts)||15|
|FRE3457||French (The Arts)||15|
|FRE2375||French Study Abroad||15|
|FRE2386||French (Travel and Trade)||15|
|FRE3487||French (Travel and Trade)||15|
This major can also be studied in the following courses: