Education and French

Students learn about the various Linguistics in French and how they can teach these to others through several methods and approaches. Students learn different verbs in french and how to construct simple sentences in french. Individuals that hope to study this course are advised to take french classes in secondary school or before being admitted, so as to make things easier for them. It is a Four year bachelor's degree program and graduates of this course could have career oppurtunities such as French teachers etc.

To be Admitted into this course Aspirants are expected to take English Language, French and two other arts subjects in the annual UTME examination, They are also expected to have a 5 credit pass in WAEC/NECO with subjects including Mathematics, English Language, French two other relevant subjects. However we recommend that you View Jamb Brochure as Admission Requirements vary in different Universities.

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Education and French is available in the Following Nigerian Universities:

Ambrose Alli University Abia State University
Bayero University University of Benin
University of Calabar Delta State University
University of Ilorin University of Jos
University of Lagos Lagos State University
Nasarawa State University Obafemi Awolowo University
Olabisi Onabanjo University University of Port-Harcourt
Tai Solarin University of Education Ekiti State University
Usumanu Danfodiyo University Nnamdi Azikiwe University
University of Uyo National Open University of Nigeria

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