Minimum Entry requirements

The French-English +Education program welcomes A-level certificate holders from the following fields:
Language, Humanities, Secretariat, Literature-Economics-Geography Combination (LEG), Combination 1- Languages, Combination 2- Languages, and Languages Option. The minimum requirement is a two principal passes Certificate with at least two-principal passes at A level or a qualification or other evidence of ability to study on the programme which is considered equivalent.

Program description

Name of Exit AwardBachelor of Arts in French & English + Education
Date Started 2003 at Kibungo Campus and 2013 at Rulindo campus
Faculty Faculty of Education
Department Department of Arts & Humanities


Level I: : Number of students ( AY 2014-2015): 68 ( Kibungo); 50 ( Rulindo)

Module nameHours Credits
Computer skills and scientific research 200 20
Communication skills I 200 20
Literacy history I 200 20
Linguistic sciences I 200 20
Psychology 200 20
Humanities 200 20
Total 1200 120

Level II: Number of students ( AY 2014-2015): 74 ( Kibungo); 51(Rulindo)

Module name Hours Credits
Communication skills II 200 20
Literary history II 200 20
Teaching methods 200 20
Critical methods I 200 20
Applied psychopedagogy 200 20
Linguistic sciences II 200 20
Total 1200 120

Level III: Number of students ( AY 2014-2015): 91(Kibungo); 93(Rulindo)

Module nameHours Credits
Critical methods II 150 15
Curriculum and assessment 150 15
Linguistic sciences III 150 15
Literacy history 150 15
Total 600 60

Level IV

Module nameHours Credits
Language teaching methodology 200 20
Internship 400 40
Total 600 60


Level V: Number of students ( AY 2014-2015): 77(Kibungo); 0 (Rulindo)

Module nameHours Credits
Research methodology 200 20
Critical methods III 200 20
Language and literature seminar 200 20
Language literature and ideology 200 20
Para literature 100 10
Dissertation 300 30
Total 1200 120