FREN3119

Overseas immersion language course – French

Credits:

Period:

Assessment:

6

1st semester & 2nd semester

100% coursework. In order to be granted credits for this course, participants have to ensure that the course builds on their previous work done at HKU and is offered at the A2 level or above of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFRL) and, after completing of the course, students have (1) to produce a formal statement of attendance and certified transcript bearing mention of the final grade(s) obtained from the host institution, as well as the level attained according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages; (2) to provide a portfolio including i. a learning journal written in French of approximately 1,000 words relating to daily class activities and, ii. samples of assessments (written assignments, tests, examinations, projects etc.) along with evaluation results.

Prerequisite:

FREN2002. French II.2

Co-requisite:

Nil

Description

Elective Course


This course provides an opportunity to study French and to experience linguistic and cultural immersion in a partner institution located in a French-speaking country. The course usually takes place in the summer months (e.g., June, July and/or August) (courses may also be offered in the winter break) and the duration of the stay may vary from two weeks to one month, but must include at least 60 hours of formal class tuition. Students typically take part in this course after the completion of their second year of language studies at HKU. The course is designed to build on and to reinforce the language competence acquired during the previous years of study as well as to prepare the participants for more advanced work in the final years of the Programme.


Enrollment to FREN3119 Overseas Immersion Language Course:

https://archive.smlc.hku.hk/files/fren311https://archive.smlc.hku.hk/files/fren3119.pdf9.pdf


Download Application Form:

https://archive.smlc.hku.hk/files/3119appform.pdf

Professor:

Holtermann, Sylvain

Holtermann, Sylvain

Senior Lecturer