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Master in French and Romance Languages and Letters : French as foreign language

Master in French and Romance Languages and Letters : French as foreign language

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  • Programme title
    Master in French and Romance Languages and Letters : French as foreign language
  • Programme mnemonic
  • Programme organised by
    • Faculty of Letters, Translation and Communication
  • Degree type
    Master 120 credits
  • Tier
    2nd cycle
  • Field and branch of study
    Human and social sciences/Languages and literature
  • Schedule type
  • Languages of instruction
  • Theoretical programme duration
    2 years
  • Campus
  • Category / Topic
    Human and social sciences - Languages and literature
  • Jury President
    Alain DELATTRE
  • Jury Secretary
    Fabrice PREYAT



General information

Degree type

Master 120 credits

Theoretical programme duration

2 years

Learning language(s)


Schedule type




Category(ies) - Topic(s)

Human and social sciences - Languages and literature

Organising faculty(s) and university(ies)

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French is the only international language other than English that is spoken on each of the world's continents, with some 264 million speakers. There are currently 82 million young people and adults learning French. The main purpose of this programme is to provide French language training to both native and non-native speakers within the cultural context of Belgium, and to promote further research on teaching French as a foreign language.


As an international capital with French as its majority language, Brussels is a test bed for a wide range of approaches to language phenomena. This makes a high level of proficiency in French all the more important, and this programme rises up to the challenge. It gives students the opportunity to go from beginner to intermediate, or from intermediate to advanced. The city's cosmopolitan status promotes intercultural exchanges, making Brussels especially friendly to non French speakers.

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Access conditions


This Master provides the essential foundations of French as a foreign language and related teaching methods. It is only offered with a focus on teaching. Courses highlight the importance of grammar when learning a foreign language, and place emphasis on knowledge of French-speaking culture, especially through literature. Students are made aware of various intercultural approaches, as well as of how cultural interactions impact communication.

What's next ?


With the status of French as an international language, FFL graduates can work both inside and outside Belgium in a variety of fields: teaching FFL, public relations, communication, tourism, culture, etc. This programme can also be a valuable addition to another degree.