This single honours course is based on the same principles as single honours French, but allows you to include a substantial proportion of study in German. French is the major subject which counts for two-thirds of your degree, and Italian is the minor subject which counts for the remaining third. 40 of your 120 credits each year will be in German. Your study of the French language is the same in scope and number of credits as for single honours French; you take fewer French options in the second and final years, as your 40 credits in German take their place. Residence Abroad: If your other subject is not a language, you go to a French speaking country for the entire third year and the same options apply as for single honours French (a paid work placement as an English assistant in schools; study at one of the Erasmus partner universities; an approved work placement). If your other subject is a language you can do the same, or you can split the year between two countries in the same way as joint honours students taking two languages. In this case you are likely to study at a university in each country.