This dual degree is a great opportunity for you to develop as a musician and as an individual. The long list of optional modules gives you plenty of flexibility and choice. Learning the language is compulsory, of course. We want you to develop your written and spoken French to a very high standard. You will spend your third year studying at a university in France or Canada or at the renowned Institut d’ Études Politiques (Sciences Po) in Paris. Our School is in the top 10 in the Russell Group for its research impact. We teach in English and French. Our language classes are led by native speakers. We keep the groups small, so everyone gets the level of tuition they need. The Department of Music, where you will spend roughly half your time, teaches most genres, including classical, pop, jazz, folk and world music. You’ll get tuition on your main instrument and you can specialise in composition, performance or sound recording. Choosing a degree like this one is often the first step towards a richer intellectual and cultural life. A second language, and experience of living and studying in another culture are big advantages in the jobs market, particularly if you want an international career. Our graduates go into advertising, the media, translating, interpreting, business, law, charity and social work.