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Bachelor en Cultures Européennes - English studies

The English Studies Programme is part of and contributes to the Bachelor en Cultures Européennes. This affects the programme structure and the types of choices available to you. Please make sure you check out the information relating to your year of entry (the academic year in which you started your studies in the BCE). This is important, as the Bachelor en Cultures Européennes has been reshaped, and this too will affect your choices and academic progress. 

Year of Entry: 2018 and Earlier

Programme Structure

Please use the Organisation Chart and the Module Structure / ECTS Checklist to plan your studies and track your progress.

ECTS Weighting (D) / (S)

In the BCE programme structure, a distinction is made between courses taken as part of a specialisation track [these are labelled (D)] and related fields or interdisciplinary courses labelled (S) for 'supplement'. (D) and (S) courses are assessed and weighted differently: the workload is higher for courses in your specialisation track than it is for supplementary courses (Interdisciplinary Framework and Related Fields); this difference is reflected in the number of ECTS credits awarded for the successful completion of the course.

(S) Courses: choose from Common Curriculum in European Cultures (= former Interdisciplinary Framework) and Related Fields (= Common Curriculum in European CulturesEtudes françaisesGermanistikHistory and Philosophy).

 

Year of Entry: 2019

Programme Structure

Please use the Organisation Chart and the Module Structure to plan your studies and track your progress.