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Most relevant Student Reviews for Languages at University of Aberdeen
French and International Relations, MA Hons FullTime
French and IR is interesting. I genuinely canâ€™t complain about the Politics and IR staff (you have to do both in 1st and 2nd year), they make the course straightforward and guide you in the right direction. They are, for the most part, fair markers and tutors are happy to help you. French on the other hand is a tricky one. Itâ€™s pretty much expected that you take both the language and the culture course. There is a lot of coursework and tests, and they are incredibly harsh markers. Itâ€™s nothing like French at school (if youâ€™re from Scotland at least). Itâ€™s also a small course so your tutors will likely get to know you and expect a lot from you which can be intimidating but itâ€™s also a more personal learning experience in that sense as there isnâ€™t that anonymity of a large cohort. Job prospects definitely depend on the course but I donâ€™t think thatâ€™s any reflection on the university - most people know what theyâ€™re getting themselves in for when they choose. read more
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