This four-year degree is delivered jointly by Lancaster’s Department of European Languages and Cultures and the Department of Mathematics and Statistics which is ranked eighth in the UK by The Times Good University Guide 2015. This degree also gives you the opportunity to increase your fluency with a compulsory year in France.
You’ll develop practical written and spoken French skills while learning about the country’s culture, history and politics. In Mathematics, you’ll study mathematical theory and practice in depth and can specialise in pure mathematics or statistics.
You’ll begin your degree with courses including Calculus; Integration; Matrix Methods, and French Studies (Intensive or Advanced). Your second-year modules cover Shaping Contemporary France: Culture, Politics and the Legacy of History; French Language: Oral Skills, and French Language: Written Skills.
You’ll spend your third year in France gaining work experience or studying in one of our partner universities. You will also complete the Residence Abroad: Intercultural and Academic Reflection module. In your final year, your courses will include French Language: Oral Skills and French Language: Written Skills.