If you want to study in France as an international student, you will need to know some specific words and expressions related to school, university and education in general.
You will find these useful whether you are on a study abroad French language program or just as a regular student at the French University or Grande Ecole. Here is the first part in the series related to studying in France.
Study in France Vocabulary
|1||to enrol in a university||s'inscrire dans une université|
|3||a student card||une carte d'étudiant|
|4||an undergraduate||un(e) étudiant(e) de premier cycle|
|5||a fresher / a freshman||un(e) étudiant(e) de première année|
|6||a postgraduate student||un(e) étudiant(e) de troisième cycle|
|7||the academic year||l'année universitaire (fem.)|
|8||a lecture||une conférence|
|9||a lecture hall||un amphitéâtre / un amphi (famlier)|
|10||a B.A. degree||une licence de lettres|
Exercise 1: easy
|This year I'm going to enrol to the French university.|
|The enrolment to the university has been closed.|
|Do you have a student card ?|
|I'm an undergraduate student.|
|Lots of freshmen students are of foreign origin.|
|The postgraduate students are few.|
|The academic year has just begun.|
|It was a really interesting lecture.|
|All lectures are held in the lecture hall F.|
|I have a B.A in Modern Literature.|
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