BA in French Language and Literature

Nankai University
Tianjin, China
Bachelor's Degree
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Entry Requirements

1. Applicants applying for BA Degree must take a Chinese language examination which tests listening, reading and writing capability. For those who have already taken HSK test and passed level 6 or higher, this exam can be exempt. (If applying for The College of Chinese Language and Culture, applicants who have passed HSK level 3 can be exempt from the examination, and those with HSK level 6 can directly enter into 3rd year undergraduate program.)

2. Applicants applying for BS Degree must take a Math test and a Chinese language examination. Applicants with HSK level 6 or higher can be exempt from Chinese language examination.

3. Applicants applying for graduate program must take a Chinese language examination along with two specialized subject tests. Applicants who have passed the HSK level 6 test can be exempt from the Chinese language examination. Each subject of examination is graded on a one hundred percentage scale. Full mark is 100 and 60 is the passing score. Students who pass the examinations can be accepted according to Matriculation Criteria of Nankai University and Recruitment Plan.


Degree Programs

Age and Health Condition

Academic Requirements

Years Required

Bachelor's Degree

18 and over, healthy

High School or equivalent;

4 years

Master's Degree

22 and over, healthy

Bachelor's Degree 

Science 3 years

Arts 2 years

MBA 3 years

Doctoral Degree

25 and over, healthy

Master's Degree,

3 year or more

Language Student

18 and over, healthy

High School or above


Senior Scholar

22 and over, healthy

Master's Degree or Doctorate's Degree



22 and over, healthy

Assistant professor or above


Short-term Training

18 and over, healthy

High School or above



Basic, Progressing and Advanced French, French Reading, French Listening and Speaking, Composition, Translation, French Grammar, the History of French Literature and its Readings, History of French Culture, A Brief History of France, France Survey, Introduction to Newspapers and Journals, Introduction to Linguistics, Comparative Study on Chinese Culture and French Culture, French for Business and Economics, European Union Study, English as a Second Language, and German as a Third Language.

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