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Ba francomedia in University of freiburg

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This course of study focuses on the language, literature, and media culture of areas of the world in which French is spoken, e.g., France in Europe, Morocco in Africa, and Quebec in Canada. Special emphasis is placed on various forms of media, such as print media, film, electronic media, and the Internet. Students learn how to select appropriate media for particular purposes, take a critical stance on media issues, and orient themselves in the flood of information we are confronted with every day. This requires a familiarity with the historical and societal background of the francophone world, and of course also with the language.

Should provide evidence that they possess the necessary qualification for higher education entrance Abitur, ECTS points:180, Direct general higher education entrance qualification:secondary school leaving certificate is equivalent to the German Abitur,Direct field-restricted higher education entrance qualification: secondary school leaving certificate that is restricted to specific fields of study or vocational areas may only select fields of study from those areas, Language skill:DSH with a proficiency level of DSH 2 or 3, TestDaF with a proficiency level of 4 or 5 (TDN 4 or 5) on all four parts, Goethe Certificate C2, Deutsches Sprachdiplom, telc Deutsch C1 Hochschule, German Abitur or German as a native language, at least taken a language course at level C1 of the Common European Framework: a passing grade in a C1-level language course, participation in a C1-level language course, evidence of proficiency level DSH 1, TestDaF at proficiency level 3 (TDN 3), Goethe Certificate C1.

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